The Farm

The Farmers

The Owners

"With farming you can never be entirely in control. It takes on a life of its own, constantly surprising and challenging me."

"I look to farming as a way to bring family and work-life closer, and to be in touch with the basic human need of happy, healthy food."

"I farm because it matches up with my values and passions in life of eating well and using my body to meet my needs."




I made a move into farming from the non-profit sector in 2010 due to my love of being outside.


I love interacting with our customers, the OCD of organizing vegetable sizes, and watching the family of hawks at Ironwood Farm swoop overhead during  the harvest.


I look to farming as a way to bring my family and work-life closer together. Importantly, it also keeps me in touch with my basic human need for nutritious, happy and healthy food.

My background is in sculpture, and i like farming because it requires the same aesthetic consideration and problem solving skills.


With farming you can never be entirely in control of the form you’re creating. The design is there, the smart, sustainable skeleton, but then it takes on a life of its own and constantly surprises and challenges me.


Farming is beautiful because I get to be an inventor, spend all day outside,  and eat like a queen.

I farm because it matches up with my values and passions in life, which are primarily eating well and keeping my body healthy and in motion.


Farming gives me the opportunity to work outside and produce nutritious food that sustains both me and my community.


 I started Ironwood Farm alongside Jenny and Lauren because I value the support of our all-female team, and gain encouragement and inspiration as we problem solve together.

Meet our 2017 Farm Crew!

I got into farming through wine. I went to France and started working on vineyards.


I like growing because it's creative, but not in a self-centered way. Farmers help the land express itself. It pleases me that the same kind of carrot, planted in two different places, will taste slightly different.


Any vegetable is a record of a few weeks or months in a particular spot on the farm.

"I like growing because it's creative..."




Instagram Feed: The Latest Images from the Farm

The Ironwood Gallery: Some of our Most Beautiful Moments

Summer CSA

Community Supported Agriculture

We have two CSAs, one in Ghent, NY, the other in Partnership with Rivertown CSA in Westchester, NY.


Choose your CSA location:


Columbia County, NY

How it Works

The Deets

You Buy a 'Share'

Sign up Online and send your payment. This upfront funding helps the farm get rolling

We Grow your Food

We get to work, doing what we love: growing a bunch of delicious and organic vegetables just for you!

Weekly Veg Pick-Up

Each week you come to the Farm or Hudson to pick up your share of vegetables and herbs.









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Summer 2018




June 7th 2018


October 18th 2018




Thursdays 4:30pm to 6:30pm At:

Ironwood Farm

103 County Rt 9

Ghent, NY, 12075




Thursdays 4:30pm to 6:00pm At:

Rivertown Lodge

731 Warren St,

Hudson, NY, 12534





1) Payment Plans Available

2) Pickups Available on Friday if you can't make Thursday.



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To finalize your share reservation, please mail a check payment of $525 to:

      Ironwood Farm

      PO Box 21

      Mellenville, NY


Please make checks Payable to: "Ironwood Farm, LLC"

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The Farm:

PO Box 21, Mellenville, NY, 12544

103 County Route 9, Ghent, NY, 12075

A Story

Of How Ironwood Farm was Started

Starting a farm in this day and age is difficult. Especially when its a small-scale organic farm without a big pot of gold to get things going. Here is how we did it:

Learning and Mentoreship

Little Seed Gardens

Lauren, Jenny and Aliyah worked together on Little Seed Gardens organic farm for over 4 years. This is where we 'learned' farming and made lifelong friends with our mentors and role models Willy and Claudia, who continue to show us the endless possibilities of the farming life.  We      you Little Seed!

Finding Land

Columbia Land Conservancy

Finding suitable and affordable land to lease is challenging as land prices rise. The Columbia Land Conservancy was crucial in connecting us with land owners wanting farmers to work their land. After a year of searching & interviewing, we found our match.

Starting a Business

The Carrot Project

How do three young women start up a business without funding? The answer is in The Carrot Project. This progressive organization helped us write a viable business plan, apply for a loan, seek legal and business council, and basically form our biz entity. This organization is an incredible resource for new small farms in the Hudson Valley.

Going All In

A Bank Loan

Putting your debt where your heart is. With the help of The Carrot Project we received a $30k loan and $10k operating credit to get us started... It's almost all gone...

The Tipple Family

Land Partnership

Thanks to the forward thinking Tipple Family we arranged to rent seven acres of their land to put into vegetable production. Their generosity and support ensured we had available and fertile soil to grow in.

Vegetable Growing!

Group Effort

And with a lot of hard work, determination, and collaboration Ironwood Farm started growing its first vegetables in 2014. Thank you to everyone for helping us get this farm off the ground, in the soil and into production.



Get Our Goods




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How it Works

The Deets

You Coose and Buy a 'Share'

Select the size of vegetable share and then add on your tasty extras of meat and fruits.


Everyone wins with a CSA: Buying a share in a csa provides farmers crucial start-of-season funding.


As a CSA member, you benefit by getting the season’s freshest produce, the “cream of the crop”, at its peak ripeness. Your veggies are picked a day or two before pickup.

Weekly Share Pick-up

We have two convenient and local pickup locations in Irvington and Sleepy Hollow.


Opt-out weeks and shorter season options also available.





*On vacation or need to miss a week? The Rivertown CSA offers prorated shares for members wanting options between 15 and 20 weeks. Please contact Barbara Carr, the CSA manager, for custom dates and pricing.

We Grow your Food

Ironwood and our partner farms get to work, doing what we love: growing organic vegetables, picking delicious fruits and producing pastured meats and eggs.





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Veggie List:

Summer 2018


June TBD 2018 (for 20 weeks)




Saturday Morning At:

Irvington, NY and Sleepy Hollow, NY

(exact locations to be e-mailed)


20 Week:

Base Produce Share $725

Half Produce Share $470

Fruit and Berry Share $493

Meat Share (7 weeks) $616


15 Week*:

Base Produce Share $600

Half Produce Share $406

Fruit and Berry Share $370

Meat Share (7 weeks) $616

Rivertown CSA


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To finalize your share reservation,

please mail a check payable to:

      Rivertown CSA

      C/O Barbara Carr

      124 Gordon Avenue

      Sleepy Hollow, NY, 10591

We will e-mail you confirmation and pickup address


Irvington and Sleepy Hollow

Westchester County, NY

Ironwood farm is proud to parter with Rivertown CSA and other local Hudson Valley farms to bring our certified organic vegetables to Westchester County. This is a SUMMER CSA Only.

20 Week Share

15 Week Share

© Ironwood Farm, LLC 2018

Mailing : PO Box 21, Mellenville, NY, 12544

316 253 1511