05/15/2012 04:33 pm ET Updated May 15, 2012

CSA Sign-up In New York and Brooklyn 2012

Summertime and the living is easy: sand between your toes, picnics in the park, homemade berry cobbler.

Whoa, whoa, whoa wait -- where are those strawberries from? Mexico, you say? For shame. It's as easy as peach pie to sign up for a CSA.

That's Community Supported Agriculture, and here's how it works: You buy a share of a local farm's harvest, and fresh produce (as well as meats, eggs, and more if you choose) is delivered to a spot in your neighborhood on a weekly basis. You go and fetch your box during the designated window, and start enjoying farm fresh meals at home.

It's a way to support local famers and receive the freshest fruits and veggies possible.

Head on over to Just Food, enter your zip code and choose a CSA that delivers near your digs.

We've gone ahead and done the legwork for you, so click thru below and sign up for a CSA in your neighborhood.

New York CSA