Eat like a farmer this summer. 
Join our CSA Program!

EAT LIKE A FARMER.

Join our CSA program!

What is a CSA share?

CSA stands for community supported agriculture. CSA programs connect communities with their local farmers. Prior to the growing season, community members pay a subscription to our farm in exchange for a weekly box of fresh vegetables. 

 

For $450.00, the CSA member receives:

 

  • 17 weeks of certified organic vegetables from June to October

  • $500 value - 10% discount

  • 8-10 seasonal items per week - perfect for a couple or small family who eats in 3 or 4 times per week or an individual who eats a lot of veggies.

  • Flexibility to choose your veggies like you would at a farmers market

  • A weekly newsletter with recipe ideas, storage tips, and stories from the farm

  • First priority on new vegetables coming out of the field

  • Pick-up points at Dovercourt Recreation Centre, in Vieux-Hull (Location TBC) & the Beechwood Farmers Market

Enjoy high-quality organic vegetables that are locally grown

Take pleasure in cooking delicious seasonal vegetables that are grown with close attention to nutrition, freshness and flavour.

Support us in our mission to farm ecologically using no-till farming practices

Join us in reimagining a different type of food system where agriculture contributes to strengthening our communities, feeding our bodies with nutrient-rich food, and regenerating our natural ecosystems.

 Build new relationships with food, the land and your community

Food has the power to bring people together. Share with us in getting to know the delicate relationships between our land, our bodies and the living soils beneath our feet.

Why join our CSA program?
How does it work?

CSA members play a central role in our farm. By joining our CSA, you are directly supporting us in our mission to grow tasty, nutrient-dense food using regenerative farming practices.

 

Memberships are paid in the early spring, which helps us in buying our seeds, compost and the tools that we use everyday on the farm. In return for your support, you will receive a diverse box of seasonal vegetables each week throughout the growing season.

 

Every week, members pick up their share at a designated pick-up location. Members have the flexibility to choose from a wide range of vegetables, just as they would at the farmers’ market. This means that if there are certain items that you like more than others, you can customize your box to suit your individual needs. Below you can see some examples of the veggies that will be available on a given week.

Spring Share

Summer Share

Fall Share

6oz bag of Arugula

1 bunch of Radishes

1 bunch of Spring Turnips

1 4oz bag of Peashoots

2 heads of Lettuce

2 heads of Broccoli

1 bunch of Bok Choi

1 pint of Cherry Tomatoes

1 6oz bag of Spring Mix

3 Sweet Peppers

1 bunch of Carrots

1 Bunch of Beets

3 Zucchini

3 Cucumbers

1 Eggplant

2 Winter Squash

1 bunch of carrots

1 6oz bag of Spinach

2 heads of Garlic

1 head of Napa Cabbage

1 pint of Green Beans

1 quart of Cooking Onions

Other vegetables that will be available: Peas, Kale, Swiss Chard, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Scallions, Hot Peppers, Mustard Greens, Herbs, Microgreens and more!

2020 CSA Pick-ups
Dovercourt Recreation Centre

Wednesdays 4:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

411 Dovercourt Ave, Ottawa, ON K2A 0S9

Beechwood Farmers Market

Saturdays 9:00 a.m. - noon

43 Ste-Cécile St, Vanier, ON

NEW!
Pick-up in
Vieux Hull
(time/location TBC)
Ready to sign-up?
Looking for a different option?

If you travel during the summer or can't go through $30 worth of veggies a week, check out our Market Card. This prepaid card can be used at the farmers market throughout the 2020 season.

Need more information?

Send us an email at info@larkspurfarm.net with your questions!

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info@larkspurfarm.net

873-288-4140

We farm on  Omamiwininiwak, Wyandot, Haudenosaunee, Anishnabewaki, and Mohawk territories. As farmers and land-based people, we recognize that indigenous peoples of these communities have stewarded land, watersheds, and food sovereignty since time immemorial. 

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