Hallocks Bay Orient NY
Farm Stand Produce

East End Farm Stands and CSAs, Oyster Roadside Stands

(as of 4.8.2020)

Farmstands that take orders or deliver 

8 Hands Farm – fill orders, pay w/ credit card, you pick up


Add your name to their email list on their website

You will receive an email of what is available

You order back via email, 8 Hands contacts you for payment, and you pick up outside on Friday or Saturday at the staggered time they say

Deep Roots Farm – CSA

[email protected]

Pay in advance then draw down from it when you pick up items, confirm by text

$200 buy in for $210 credit (5% discount)

$500 buy in for $550 and higher credit (10% discount)

No discount for credit cards, will call for number. Drop off a check or mail payments.

Tom Hart, 631 745 7928, 57685 Main Rd. Southold NY 11971

KK’s The Farm + CSA

Ira Haspel <[email protected]>

Email to be put on weekly email list of available items.

Please send your order via email to [email protected] by Thursday and will have ready on the table outside. Pay via cash, check ( Farm at Southold, LLC  ) or possibly Venmo.  Open weekends Friday – Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm.  

Sang Lee Farms + CSA

Route 48, Peconic. Open only for pre-order home delivery or farm pick up

https://www.sangleefarms.com/home-delivery Sang Lee Farms is offering pre-order offering home delivery of their organic produce, prepared items (like soups, dips, baked goods, and more), Mecox Dairy meats, local eggs, and more. 

Treiber Farms

Our greenhouse is full and these carrots, beets, parsley, cilantro and assortment of greens are available. We also have frozen chicken stock, stewing chickens, tomato sauce and some honey! Message us or call this number, (516) 425-1458. Happy to make deliveries to those that cannot make it to the farm.

Farmstands + CSAs –  list from Slow Food East End – call now to apply for a CSA membership.

Biophilia Organic Farm + CSA

Phil Barbato

211 Manor Lane, Jamesport

(631) 722-2299

Browder’s Birds CSA

Chicken CSA

Chris and Holly Browder

3005 Young’s Avenue (Charnews Farm), Southold


(631) 477-6523

Catapano Dairy Farm

33705 North Road Peconic, NY

(631) 765-8042


Deep Roots Farm + CSA – see above

Fresh chickens and eggs

Tom Hart

57685 Main Rd, Southold

[email protected]


The Farm + CSA – see above 

Ira and KK Haspel, Owners

59945 Main Road, Southold


(631) 765-2075

Feelin O So Good


We’re delighted to announce the launch of our O2 Organics delivery program; organic produce delivered to your door every week.

To get an O2 Box this week, be sure to sign up for the program by 12 noon Monday, April 6th

 It’s $260 for 4 Weeks of organic produce 

and delivery is on us!

[email protected]

(631) 381-091

Filasky Farm, Aquebogue

Church Lane, Aquebogue, Long Island.

Farmstand is old style self serve honor system. Mother’s Day – October 31st. Hours are sunup to sunset.

Email: [email protected]

Garden of Eve Organic Farm + CSA

Eve & Chris Kaplan Walbrecht

4558 Sound Avenue, Riverhead


(631) 523-6608

The Golden Earthworm Organic Farm + CSA

Matt & Maggie Kurek & James Russo

652 Peconic Bay Boulevard, Jamesport


(631) 722-3302

Goodale Farms + CSA

250 Main Road, Aquebogue, NY

[email protected]


(631) 901-5975

Invincible Summer Farms

Young’s Ave. btwn Main Rd. and Rt. 48, Southold


Southold, NY

Long Season Farm

1017 Main Rd., Aquebogue

(631) 779-3360

MarGene Farms + CSA

Organic Produce Certified by NOFA

Maryann and Gene Krupski

Three pickup sites: Southold, Cutchogue 10am, & Farm in Mattituck

[email protected] or on Facebook

(631) 298-7688

Natural Earth Farms + CSA

2806 River Road

Calverton, NY


Sang Lee Farm + CSA – see above

Fred and Karen Lee

25180 Country Road 48, Peconic


(631) 734-7001

Sep’s Farm, CSA

Mixed Vegetable, Customizable. 7395 Main Rd, East Marion NY

Long Season Farm

1017 Main Rd., Aquebogue

(631) 779-3360

Wickham’s Fruit Farm

28700 Main Road Cutchogue, NY

(631) 734-6441


Guidance from NOFO-NY https://www.nofany.org/

Many of you have reached out asking how you can help local farmers. Here are some actions you can take:

·     Join a CSA: If you haven’t already signed up for a community supported agriculture (CSA) program—a subscription to a farm, which can include weekly boxes of produce, fruit, flowers, eggs, and/or meat—many farmers offer home delivery and pick up options. Find CSAs in your area using NOFA-NY’s Food and Farm Directory, Local Harvest, or Small Farm Central’s CSA directory.

·     Shop online: Farms and food businesses are moving to online ordering. Check your local farmer’s Facebook or Instagram page to see if they have online ordering with pickup or delivery options. CCE Madison has a program to connect consumers with Madison County farmers for pre-purchase with curbside pickup, and the Ithaca Farmers Market has compiled a list of farms in Tompkins County.

 ·     Shop local: Some farmers markets remain open with enhanced protocols for health and safety. Find a farmers market near you on the Farmers Market Federation of NY website or the NYSDAM website. Local retailers, especially food co-ops, do incredible work to support local farms, year round. Keep supporting these crucial links in the supply chain, visit a co-op grocer near you! The Neighboring Food Co-op Association and National Co+op Grocers have directories.

·     Contact your farmer: If your favorite farmer doesn’t have a CSA or an online store, contact them to see if you can make a special order or ask about other ways to purchase. Telling them you want to support them could be very meaningful during this difficult time and let them know there’s interest for pick-up and delivery options.

Please visit our website for useful resources during the COVID-19 crisis, reach out to us if you have suggestions or need our assistance, and consider becoming a member or making a donation! Contributions help us to adapt and address the needs of our producers, members, and community as they emerge.

 Southold Bay Oysters decided to open up its roadside stand a few weeks early, co-owner Dave Daly. 

Cornell Oysters in Southold has started offering free local delivery when ordering at least two dozen oysters and has been selling more oysters than normal from its roadside stands. They also accept and encourage payment through Venmo, manager Marta Thomas. 

Peconic Gold Oysters has shifted to a delivery and farmstand-only approach, offering oysters by the dozen, pre-shucked oysters and other products, owner Matt Ketchum

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