Native Offerings, the USDA certified organic farm that provides shares of organic fruits and vegetables to its Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) members year round, is opening a farm stand to the public beginning Friday, July 24.
The stand will be open every Friday from 3-7 p.m. until the end of October.
This Friday, the farm will have a variety of leafy salad and cooking greens, scallions, herbs, zucchini, cucumbers, cabbage and, possibly, green beans, plus local cherries and blueberries. In addition, the farm stand will offer ground beef and a selection of other beef cuts as available, plus several cuts of pork.
As the season progresses, you’ll be able to find all of your other favorites such as corn (coming July 31!), peas, tomatoes, apricots, potatoes, winter squash, apples, pumpkins and many more fall veggies and fruits.
And, to celebrate the farm stand grand opening, plan to stick around on July 31 when the band, “Zoar Losers,” will be on site playing its eclectic mix of country, folk, bluegrass and rock music.
Native Offerings is located at 8501 Maples Road (rt. 13) in the Town of Otto (zip code is Little Valley, 14755). For more information and directions, visit nativeofferings.com.
SNAP benefits are accepted for all purchases.