16 weeks of CSA

Join our 2018 CSA today for 16 weeks of ridiculously fresh veggies from June 19 to October 2!

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Share Details and Pricing

  • Option 1: $384 for 16 weeks every week of fresh and organic no-spray produce harvested weekly, or $24/week

  • Option 2: $192 for 8 weeks bi-weekly of fresh and organic no-spray produce harvested those weeks, or $24/week

  • **NEW MORINVILLE ADD-ON: $336 for 14 weeks every week of fresh and organic no-spray produce harvested weekly, or $24/week

  • You will receive 1 recipe a week related to an item or two in the box
  • All subscription begins on June 19, 2018 and ends October 2, 2018
  • Choose one of our pick up/delivery locations and times below


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Pickup/Delivery Locations and Times

  • Pick Up at Sherwood Park Farmers Market every Wednesday 4-8pm

  • Delivered in Morinville every Tuesday 5-8pm

  • Pick Up at Grand 124 Market every Sunday 11-3pm* (12 weeks from June 10 - August 26 @ $288)


Cherry Tomatoes


Why Join a CSA?

    CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a model that connects local farmers to local foodies! Joining a CSA means you are part of the farm community and sharing both the profit and loss of the farm throughout the season. By paying for your produce upfront at the beginning of the year, you help us plan how much to grow, as well as investing part of the labor and infrastructure required to keep the farm going. CSA members share the reward of a productive farm while also help to ensure that farmers can continue to grow nutritious and vibrant food for their communities for years to come.

    Our CSA shares are priced lower than farmers markets and grocery stores, this is to reflect our appreciation of your investment in the farm prior to season start!

    We prioritize certain crops for our CSA members! - eg, broccoli, peas, celery. We do our best to help you live a healthy lifestyle and will include 1 recipe related to an item or two in the box every week to help you!


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How we farm

  • In April/May, we will convert 4 large residential plots in the Town of Morinville into productive farmlets

  • We rebuild the space with compost and manure, control previous weeds manually or using tarp and flameweeding prior to planting

  • Vegetables are direct seeded or transplanted in 3 feet wide rows

  • We use hoop houses as season extension, as well as insect netting for controlling pests during the productive months

  • We are installing beneficial insect houses in all plots to encourage them to visit our farms

  • We do not use synthetic fertilizers, or spray herbicides/pesticides during our production


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What is in my share?


  • Each week's share will contain about 6-9 different vegetables on average

  • We always try to have a balance between leafy greens, salad greens, root veggies, fruiting crops, herbs, and specialty items

  • Shares tend to be smaller in the springtime, and more abundant in the summer and fall

  • These are the varieties we are growing this season, and the list is growing!

  • Arugula
  • Beets - Early Wonder Top
  • Bok Choy - Mei Qing Choi
  • Broccoli
  • Carrots - Purple Haze, Baltimore
  • Celery - Chinese Summer Celery
  • Herbs - Basil, Cilantro, Dill, Green Onion, Parsley
  • Kale - Lacinato, Red Russian Kale
  • Lettuce - various
  • Mustard Greens - Chrysanthemum/Shungiku
  • Peas - Sugar Ann Snap, Snow pea
  • Pepper - Purple Star
  • Radicchio - Indigo
  • Radish - Purple, French Breakfast, Cherry
  • Red Russian Kale
  • Spinach
  • Swiss Chard - Rainbow
  • Tatsoi
  • Tomatoes - Roma, Cherry, Vine, Aunt Molly Cherry Tomato
  • Squash - Zucchini, Pattypan

... And of course, our microgreens!


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