No pesticides or chemical fertilisers.
Have you heard of Community Supported agriculture (CSA)? Encourage local agriculture by having your own family farmer who will provide you with a wide selection of fresh vegetables every week.
CSA is a direct exchange between producers and consumers. The consumer buys a share into the farm at the beginning of the season, thus becoming a partner in the endeavour. In exchange, the farm commits to providing quality produce, usually harvested the day before, or even the same day.
Example of seasonal vegetables:
Beginning of the season:
- Swiss chard
- Sunflower sprouts
- Cipollini (early fresh onions)
- Chinese cabbage
- Garlic scapes
- Fresh garlic
- Snap peas
- Red and yellow beets
- Ground cherries
- Carrots and greens
- Green beans
End of season:
- Butternut squash
- Red bell pepper
- Baby salad mix
- Brussel sprouts
- Cherry tomatoes
Each basket contains between 9 and 12 vegetables, depending on what’s available in the garden. It’s a surprise every week!
Dates: Mid-June to the end of October
-weekly for 20 deliveries, 575$ for the season
-every two weeks for a total of 10 deliveries, 300$ for the season
Drop off point: Every Thursday
-At the farm anytime, perfect for weekenders (we keep the box in the cold-room)
-In Dunham, at the bakery Bernard le Boulanger, from 2pm to 5pm
-In Sutton, at 70 Principale North, from 4pm to 10pm
– In Bromont, at the Mûre counter of Satya yoga (1357 Shefford), from 12:30pm to 5:30pm
Sign up: Starting March 1st. (Spots are limited)
Contact: Michelle Décary
Or better yet, come and meet us!