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Community Supported Agriculture

A CSA share provides you with a direct relationship to where your food is produced (here!) and who is growing it (we are!). With this model, you pay the full cost of the share at the beginning of the season*, which allows us to purchase seed and equipment in the spring when costs are high. It allows you to eat seasonally, locally, and deliciously all summer long and know exactly where it's coming from.

 

When you sign up for our share you'll get a box of fresh veggies weekly from June to October. We harvest everything within a few days of pick-up to ensure your food is super fresh.

*Payment plan is also available.

CSA

2022 CSA SIGN-UP OPEN!

HOW IT WORKS

  • Each week you get a harvest share — a diverse basket of freshly harvested, organically grown produce chosen by us, your farmers.

  • Choose from one of our pick-up locations near you in Napanee, Kingston or on our farm in Croydon

  • Perks of picking up your share at our farm:

    • Swap basket! Don't like cilantro, or have too many carrots? Swap for similar-valued items

    • Meet your farmers and see us in our natural habitat (tangled in the weeds)

  • The baskets run for 18 weeks from mid June to end of October, with a one-week break towards the end of August. We also offer a "vacation" option of 16 weeks, allowing you to choose any 2 weeks throughout the season when you won't be around to get a basket (in addition to the break in August). These don't have to be consecutive and can be anytime, just give us a heads up the week before. 

  • Can't subscribe but want to support small farms and community health? Consider sponsoring a full or partial share, and it'll be given to local food-insecure families.

HOW TO SIGN UP

  • First, choose one of the following pick-up locations:

  • Then have a look below at our subscription options and prices, and have a peek at our basket examples and choose one that works best for you.

  • Not sure if you can commit? Consider splitting a share with a friend, roommate, or coworkers and fighting over who gets what! Don't forget we'll hook you up with tasty recipes to help you get the most out of your basket.

  • When you're ready to sign up, fill out this form and we'll get back to you to co-ordinate payment and pick-up details.

SIZES

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Our small share is suitable for a small family, couple, or one veggie-loving individual.

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Our large share works well if you're like us and eat a lot of veggies. Good for a large household, or a pair of vegetarians.

Remember that you can always freeze or preserve extra veggies to munch on throughout the winter months.

PRICES

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small share: $30/week for 18 weeks = $540

small vacation: $30/week for 16 weeks = $480

large share: $45/week for 18 weeks = $810

large vacation: $45/week for 16 weeks = $720

~an additional $25 deposit will be collected for the use of 2 re-usable totes throughout the season. deposit returned when we collect totes at end of season.

 
 

WHAT YOU'LL BE ENJOYING

We aim to provide you with 8-12 items with every basket. Our crop plan revolves around keeping the baskets as diverse as possible so you aren't getting the same old thing every week. That being said, we do try to provide you with a constant supply of staples such as carrots, lettuce, and onions as they are available. Here's a list of some of what we are growing and what you can expect to see in your shares as we roll through the seasons.

SPRING

  • arugula

  • spinach

  • garlic scapes

  • lettuce

  • asian greens

  • peas

  • radishes

  • turnips

  • rapini

  • microgreens

  • kale

  • herbs

SUMMER

  • beans

  • beets

  • shishito peppers

  • cabbage

  • cucumbers
  • tomatoes

  • carrots

  • kale

  • summer squash

  • scallions

  • chard
  • fresh garlic

  • sweet peppers

  • eggplant

  • watermelon

  • onions

  • okra

  • lettuce

  • tomatillo

  • celery

FALL

  • cabbage

  • cauliflower

  • turnips

  • lettuce

  • parsnip

  • winter squash

  • pumpkin

  • storage onions

  • leeks

  • celery/celeriac

  • microgreens

EXAMPLE SHARES

 
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small share

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large share

Here are some examples of what your basket could contain! This should help you decide between a small or a large share.

SPRING, end of June

small share

  • 1 bunch arugula

  • 1 bunch beets

  • 1 bunch baby carrots
  • 1 bunch cilantro

  • 1 bunch dill

  • 1 bunch kale

  • 2 head lettuce

  • sm. bag microgreens

  • 1 bunch scallions

large share

  • 2 bunches arugula

  • 1 bunch beets

  • 2 bunches baby carrots
  • 1 bunches cilantro

  • 1 bunch dill

  • 2 bunches kale

  • 3 head lettuce

  • lg. bag microgreens

  • 2 bunch scallions

SUMMER, early August

small share

  • 1 qt. beans

  • 1 bunch celery

  • 1 head mini cabbage
  • 1 bunch chard

  • 1 qt cucumbers

  • 1 head lettuce

  • 1 bunch fresh onions

  • 1 qt. zucchini

  • 1 pt. cherry tomatoes

large share

  • 1 pt. beans

  • 1 bunch celery

  • 2 head mini cabbage

  • 1 bunch chard

  • 2 qt cucumbers

  • 2 head lettuce

  • 2 bunch fresh onions

  • 1 qt. zucchini

  • 1 pt. cherry tomatoes

  • 1 qt. tomatillo

FALL, end of September

small share

  • 1.5lb carrots

  • 1 head cauliflower

  • 1 head celeriac
  • 1 bunch parsley

  • 1 bunch kale

  • 1 bunch leeks

  • sm. bag pea shoots

  • 1 bunch radishes

  • 1 winter squash

  • 1 head garlic

large share

  • 3 lb carrots

  • 1 head cauliflower

  • 2 head celeriac
  • 1 bunch parsley

  • 2 bunch kale

  • 1 bunch leeks

  • lg. bag pea shoots

  • 1 bunch radishes

  • 2 winter squash

  • 2 heads garlic

  • 1 pumpkin

STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?

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