We passionately believe that connecting eaters, especially children, to their food and the farmers who grow it is the foundation for building their lifelong commitment to land stewardship and empowered healthy eating.
You can get involved with Amber Waves Farm by joining our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, visiting us at the Montauk and Springs farmers markets, or enjoying our food at many east end restaurants. If you would like to join our CSA or schedule a farm visit, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking forward to our sixth season at Amber Waves Farm, and in 2014 we will increase food production, grow new farmer training programs, and cultivate educational efforts in local schools. Making an online contribution ensures the farm will continue to thrive and be an inspiring place for families, teachers, students, and new farmers to discover and enjoy food.
"When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.”
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for this week's newsletter, a list of what's included in your box, and a recipe for bok choy. Also, please check out Emma's article
in the latest edition of Edible East End!
We are thrilled to begin our fifth CSA season this Tuesday,
complete with beautiful produce and Amber Waves whole wheat bread!
The following is a link to our newsletter corresponding to this week's box of treats including updates from around the farm and one of our favorite springtime recipes. Enjoy!
CSA Week One Newsletter
We are pleased to announce that we are adding new CSA pick up locations in Montauk and Sag Harbor this season.
Time: 2-5 pm, Saturdays
Location: LOVE a yoga space, 83 S. Elmwood Ave.
Time: 8am-6pm, Fridays
Location: Temple Adas Israel, downtown at the corner of Atlantic Ave & Elizabeth
If you are interested in joining our CSA
, please email us at email@example.com to save your spot, and fill out the registration form
and return it with your payment.
2013 CSA memberships are available!
Join us for a season full of delicious food and fun at the farm
Congratulations are in order! Because we have finally arrived at Springtime. Although the farm still feels far from fresh cucumbers and sun-kissed skin, today is the Spring Equinox, making it the official start of my favorite season. The quiet stillness of Winter is restorative, sure. But Spring is when we all, including the plants, animals, as well as the sun, crawl back to lively living and playing through which, I firmly believe, we practice and display our brightest virtues. - Emma