Sunday, January 8, 2017


Prospect Farm is looking for new members for 2017. An organizational meeting will take place on Friday, January 13th.

Members work on the farm an average of one hour per week or 52 hours per year, and they contribute $25 to the farm annually. 

If you're interested in becoming a member or you'd like more information about membership or about the farm, send an e-mail to Tom Hinchen at Thincbrooklyn @

About Prospect Farm

"Prospect Farm is a non-profit, cooperative project in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn, that is working together to grow food in a formerly vacant lot, owned by Tom Angotti and Emma Matos, with the mission toward creating a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Farm that can serve our community.

Since March 2010 Prospect Farm has been a community project development toward producing healthy local food as an alternative to industrial food. Our objective is diversity in food production and membership. We are slowly creating healthy soil through our community composting project and farm without chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides.

Prospect Farm is a community association with membership open to all. Members improve and farm the land and sustain ties with local residents, businesses and organizations. We support the Brooklyn Food Coalition and other initiatives for food sovereignty and food justice."


Prospect Farm
1194 Prospect Avenue

between Seeley and Vanderbilt streets
Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn
e-mail: prospectfarmbk @

Subway directions: take the F or G train to the Fort Hamilton Parkway subway station. Exit at the Prospect Avenue end of the station.