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Erik Longabardi, the indefatigable farm-to-table impresario who founded the Roslyn Village farmers market last year, is now launching a CSA.

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He has teamed up with MarGene Farms, an organic grower in Mattituck, to bring local produce to Roslyn Village. Starting Tuesday, June 2, and continuing weekly through Nov. 24, MarGene will deliver about half a dozen organic vegetables to a central location for each member to pick up. The CSA is $520, payable by May 15, and you must sign up by April 24. For more information, visit roslynvillagefarmersmarket.com or email roslynvillagefarmersmarket@gmail.com.

Don’t worry, farmers market goers: Longabardi’s Saturday Roslyn Village market will open for business on July 11 in the empty lot just east of the post office, at Old Northern Boulevard and East Broadway.