CSA Summer Program Info
By purchasing a share the consumer benefits by receiving a variety of hand picked fresh produce grown by the farmer. The farmer benefits by receiving financial assistance for the initial purchase of seeds, supplies, and soil amendments.
How it works
At the beginning of the spring you purchase a share. Your share is your portion of the weekly harvest of our produce.
[ Share Prices – 2017 ]
Large Share $875/season
Feeds a family of approximately 5 plus
Feeds a family of approximately 2-3
Small Share $405/season
Feeds a family of approximately 1-2
Our season runs from approximately late June / early July to mid October, weather permitting.
Food box delivery
Each share is delivered weekly to your door on one of our delivery days. Delivery area is based on reasonable proximity to our farm and the number of shareholders within a geographic area.
To date we service the following areas; Waterloo, Kitchener (except for extreme south end – Homer Waston to Hwy 401) and the surrounding communities of Breslau, Maryhill, Conestogo, St Jacobs and Elmira.
It is always a good idea to email or call us to confirm that we can deliver to you.
To learn more and sign up:
Customers from the previous year are always given the first opportunity to sign up in the following year. New inquiries are given the opportunity to sign up until all spaces are filled.
IMPORTANT: If you are applying as a new member, please call or email us FIRST to confirm that;
a) you are in our delivery area
b) we have spaces available for new members
Clck here SummerCSA2017 Brochure & Registration Form to view our CSA brochure for more information.
If you would like to sign up for the CSA program you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us: 519-585-7784.
What do you get with your CSA Share?
We are proud to offer the following products to our CSA customers
- Onions, green
- Onions – dry
- Pak Choi
- Peppers, sweet
- Peppers, HOT
- Pumpkin, pie
- Shallots, dry
- Sweet Corn
- Tomatoes (salaad types)
- Swiss Chard
- Yukon Gold
- White & Red
- Blue Russian
- Fingerling types
- Sweet Potato
Vegetable Trials – 2017
Honey from our bee hives
In a good year there will be two honey harvests; early August and late September. CSA members will have the convenience of ordering honey as it becomes available and have it delivered in with their CSA box with payment upon delivery.
Maple Syrup from our neighbour – Snyder Heritage Farms
We are offering excellent quality maple syrup again this year. It will be available through-out the year. CSA members will have the convenience of ordering maple syrup and have it delivered with their CSA box with payment upon delivery.