Community Supported Agriculture

What is a CSA?
When you become a member of a CSA, you’re purchasing a “share” of food from a regional farm. The farm then delivers to a location for pick up at locations around the area. Basic shares on average include 7-10 types of vegetables, plenty for a small family. Most CSA’s have options for larger households or offer items like fruit or meat as well.

How do I join?
Members have payment options including installments or one time payment. Early payments help the farm directly by purchasing seed, equipment maintenance and more.

Shares need to be picked up at Old Barn Market by 6PM on the day of delivery to ensure freshness. If you are unable to pick up your share, please call us before 6:00. We will hold your share if space permits. We are not responsible for holding, and will not keep it if you do not call.

Still Not Sure?
Still not sure what it is all about?

(The farmer being interviewed is not from any of the CSA’s we offer at Old Barn Market. Prices and type of products will be different than what is mentioned in the video)


Old Barn Market works directly with two CSA’s: Early Morning Farm & Shared Roots Farm

Early Morning Farm is a certified organic farm in Genoa, NY, located just North of Ithaca. They have pick-up points throughout the Finger Lakes region, Syracuse, and Greater Binghamton. Their CSA share contains organic in-season vegetables. Early Morning Farm CSA is available from June through November. An optional Fall/Winter CSA is also available. Pick-up days at Old Barn Market will be on Fridays.

Shared Roots Farm is a diversified farm in McGraw, NY, located East of Cortland, offering certified organic vegetables, fruits, and herbs. They have pick-up locations in Binghamton and Cortland. Shared Roots Farm CSA is available from June – October. An optional Fall/Winter CSA is also available. Pick-up days at Old Barn Market will be on Thursdays.

Organically Sourced, Community Based