Wednesday, July 27, 2011

☞ SHOP: West Harlem Farm Share Arriving Today

Wednesday, July 27th, 1:00 PM, The West Harlem Farm Share Opening, 1455 Amsterdam Avenue at West 132nd Street.  On Wednesday at 1:00pm, Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer will bring fresh fruits and vegetables to West Harlem with the launch of the Harlem Farm Share Community Sustained Agriculture program. Harlem Farm Share is a joint effort from the Manhattan Borough President’s Office and Corbin Hill Farms, an upstate farm in New York’s Schoharie County dedicated to bringing healthy foods to the city’s neediest neighborhoods.

West Harlem residents will be signing up for membership and picking up seasonal shares that include zucchini, apples, kale and sugar snap peas. Harlem Farm Share accepts cash, checks and SNAP (food stamps). Photo via Corbin Hill Farms.  More details on the Farm at the Borough President site: LINK


  1. Very cool. I think I'll sign up!

  2. I did. Will be interesting to see how it goes. The shares seem like a good value.