Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
What is a CSA Program?
A CSA program is a way for people to directly support local farmers by purchasing a share of the farm's harvest in advance.
By signing up, our members receive a "share" of the farm's harvest that is available for pick-up or delivery, weekly or bi-weekly, throughout the course of the growing season (June - October).
The CSA program helps our farm by providing a guaranteed market for our crops, while our members benefit by receiving fresh, healthy, and locally grown food. CSA members also have the opportunity to connect with the farming community and learn more about how their food is grown.
What's in the Shares?
Each week's share is different and includes a seasonal assortment of 8 to 11 fresh vegetables and herbs.
We include staple items like lettuce, carrots, onions, zucchini, and tomatoes as often as we can.
Every season we experiment with new crops and let our CSA members help us decide how to grow and refine our menu. New and popular crops from 2022 include celery, leeks, and spanish onions.
2022 Season Shares
8 to 11
Fresh & Seasonal Items per Share
2023 Crop List
Cherry Tomatoes Parsley
How does it work?
Weekly or Bi-Weekly?
Our weekly share is sized to generously satisfy the appetite of two hungry adults or a family - a full bag every week.
Our bi-weekly share is a great size for individuals or folks with a more modest appetite for veggies - a full bag every other week.
Pick-Up or Delivery?
We're located on County Road 8, halfway between Fenelon Falls and Bobcaygeon.
Shares will be available for pick-up on Friday's between 12pm and 5pm.
If you're located in or around Bobcaygeon, Fenelon Falls, and Lindsay (around Sturgeon Lake), we offer Friday deliveries.
If you're not sure whether you fall within our delivery range, just reach out and we'd be happy to check and let you know!