Rockaway Farm Share
In Partnership with Sang Lee farms
Inquiry Form

There is NO obligation to join the share based on this form. It is to help us determine rates and discounts for the season and to ensure that we have contact information for those who are interested.

For more information about the Rockaway Farm Share contact Judah Asimov at: or call 718 327-5923

Distribution Pick up: Wednesdays, 4-7PM
RISE Center, 5803 Rockaway Blvd, Rockaway, NY

Form fields with * are required to register.
Please contact us if you have any questions.

Vegetable Share

May 31st - November 15th, 2017

every week for 25 weeks
(every other week) for 12 wks

Membership Level

In order to make the Farm Share accessible to people of all income levels we have 3 Membership levels.

Sponsor Share - $30/week- For members willing to pay a little more to help those who cannot

Standard Share - $25/week- This is the cost we pay to get the produce direct from Sang Lee Farms

Discount Share - $20/week- Reduced rate for members who have children under 18, are seniors over the age of 65, or have a household income under $40,000 annually

The Rockaway Farm Share prioritizes local families, seniors and low-income residents. Please check all that apply to receive a reduced share membership:

Additional: Fruit Share - July 5th to November 1st, 2017

$19/week ($76/mo) for 18 weeks
$19/week ($38/mo) pick up every other week for 9 wks

Payment Option

Individuals must pay for at least 1 month in advance by May 1st, to hold their share membership. Members have the option of paying in full at the beginning of the season, quarterly or monthly. Please select your preference:

Contact Info

Please submit your inquiry here and we will get back to you with the final share cost and details for your share membership. Thank you for your interest.


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