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Dilmun Hill CSA

Produce for the CSA

After a two-year hiatus due to COVID, Dilmun Hill Student Farm is super excited to announce the CSA comeback this year!

Dilmun Hill's CSA - Community Supported Agriculture - offers a way to supply the Cornell community with farm-fresh produce, grown by students, right here on campus. CSA members pay for their shares at the start of the growing season, and receive their weekly shares of sustainably grown produce and the occasional fruit and flowers throughout the season.

Dates and Signup

We have a summer and a fall CSA program, to include students who are only in Ithaca during the school year. 

While the CSA is one of farm’s main form of income, we strive to make the vegetables affordable and accessible to Cornell’s undergraduate students. We also offer CSA memberships to a small number of volunteers who work at the farm in exchange for their share. The managers benefit greatly from the dedication of work-for-a-share volunteers and the opportunity to establish ongoing relationships with members of the Dilmun community.

CSA Shares

Weekly shares of produce for 7 to 8 weeks. 

  • Full share - $240
  • Half share - $130
  • Work for a share (contact us for details)

Pickup: every Thursday, 5-6 pm, at the new Dilmun Hill barn on top of the hill. Enter the farm through the Cornell Orchards. 

Support hands-on learning at Dilmun Hill Student Farm, and enjoy farm-fresh, organically grown produce all season!

Interested? Fill out this form to join our CSA

The meaning of CSA

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, a business system that allows farmers and eaters to build a local food system based on trust, shared goals, and common values. Our CSA members become shareholders in the farm, and in return receive a share of the harvest, access to inside information about the farm, and member benefits. We provide organic locally-grown produce, and together we share in our commitment to the land, to local economies, and to environmental and agricultural education. When you visit the farm to pick up your produce, you will see it in action!