What is a CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, and is a way for people to support small-scale farmers and get fresh veggies on a weekly basis. Members subscribe for the season by pre-paying to receive a box of fresh seasonal produce from our farm for a certain number of weeks. We cultivate a special relationship with our members, sending out more detailed updates and sharing the ups and downs we experience throughout the season. We grow extra variety for our members that sometimes doesn't make it to market - members often get the best of what we have, but also the opportunity to try more unusual veggies that don't always sell in high volumes.
Our most satisfied members are those who are interested in trying new things and eating a lot of veggies. Experiencing a changing diet with the seasons is part of what we hope you will appreciate. We grow a wide variety of greens, fruiting crops (tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, cucumbers, zucchini, etc), roots, and herbs which will keep you healthy throughout the year! Greens are especially plentiful in the Spring and early Summer, we drown in fruiting crops in the Summer and early Fall, and we provide a bounty of storage roots and greens in the Fall.
We currently deliver in the Hamilton area and Simcoe area. See our delivery area map here.
Get the details of our current year CSA here.
Find our Membership Terms here.