CSA Farm Share
what is csa?
Community Supported Agriculture is a unique agriculture system where community members pledge their support to a local farm by paying an upfront fee for a share of vegetables. This money allows the farmers to cover costs such as seeds, tools, compost and equipment before the season begins. In return, the farmers provide weekly shares of fresh produce throughout the growing season. In this mutually beneficial system consumers and producers share the risks and rewards associated with farming. We think it's a win-win!
A $100 deposit is required to reserve a CSA share. We encourage members to pay the remaining balance ASAP to help us cover early season start-up costs. Shares can be paid for in installments, please contact us to discuss a plan that will work for you.
Initial $100 deposit to reserve your CSA Share
Remaining balance can be paid via cash, cheque or e-transfer.
Cash or cheques can be dropped off at the farm
Please make cheques payable to Salad Days Farm
E-transfers can be sent to email@example.com
Pick up Locations AND TIMES
What's in a share
Each week you'll receive a share filled with seasonal, organic vegetables, grown lovingly by us! For a full list of what we grow, visit our What We Produce page.
We know that choice is important to our members. At each CSA pickup we encourage members to customize their shares by swapping out veggies they don't want for ones that they do.
Program Length and Start Date
The CSA program starts in early June and runs for 20 weeks, ending in mid October.
The Fall CSA Share runs for 6 weeks and begins the week after the main season ends. If you sign up for this share you'll receive locally grown vegetables until December! Here are some of the veggies you can expect in the Fall Share: carrots, beets, cabbage, radishes, kohlrabi, kale, chard, spinach, salad mix, celeriac, rutabaga, squash, parsnips, and potatoes.