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An equitable exchange.


Community Shared Agriculture

A Farm Share forms a bridge that enables an equitable and secure exchange of food that transcends the consumer-producer relationship and becomes a relationship of co-production and community.

Commonly called a CSA or Community Shared Agriculture, a Farm Share is a pre-season investment in good clean food that enables us to stabilize up-front costs and commit a solid six months to the cultivation of organically grown foods for our share members.

Farm Share members buy a CSA share at the beginning of the season and pick it up or have it delivered weekly from mid-June to mid-October.

All members can also shop the online store and add items to their weekly share pick up or delivery.


Share Details

The basis of our Farm Share is a 15-week Vegetable Box packed with nutrient-dense, flavour-rich vegetables that we pick at peak readiness.

In addition to the Vegetable Share, Shareholders have the option of adding a Meat Share, an Egg Share, and a Microgreens Share to their Share Box.

The weekly Egg Share provides you with a dozen fresh eggs from our pasture-raised, organic grain-fed Americana, Icelandic, and Standard Red hens.

The monthly Meat Share is a generously packed 10lb box of selected cuts of our pasture raised, chicken and heritage breed pasture and woodland raised pork.

And the fresh-cut Microgreens Share is packed with a mixed selection of pea shoots, sunflower shoots, kale & broccoli blends, salad mixes and herbs.

Share Options
Vegetable Share

$525   On Farm pickup in Sylvan Valley

$575   Pickup Point for Sault Ste. Marie or St. Joseph Island

$625   Home Delivery

Egg Share

+ $130   1dz Eggs / Per Week

Meat Share

+$495   10lb Chicken & Pork Box / Per Month

Micro Share

+$245  1 Mixed Box  Microgreens / Per Week


Sign Up


1.    Download the Sign Up form

2.    Fill it out digitally 

3.    or print and  take a picture of it 

4.    Email it to

5.    We'll then respond to confirm

The Fine Print

I understand that a CSA is based on the idea of shared risk and reward. In the event that the weather gets a little rocky or the farm is dropped with a calamity of uncontrollable proportions that a Share Box is not guaranteed. On the flip side, I understand that given a run of great weather I may be sharing Share Box surplus with friends and family. 

I also understand that my Share Box will be donated if I don’t pick it up during pickup time.

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