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Getting a CSA share in New York City can be like getting into Tenjune on a Saturday night. But not these three brand-new ones that haven't filled up. Yet.

Getting a share in a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) in New York City can be like getting into Tenjune on a Saturday night. And if you haven’t applied for the upcoming season yet, time is running out.

Wining and dining the farmers is one way to get a spot, but they’re probably too busy planting radishes for all those other seasonal-produce-loving bastards already on the list.

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