Dear Past, Present & Future CSA members,
We are very happy to announce that CSA sign-up is now live on our website. That’s right, we’ve done away with paper sign-up. This will be much easier for your farmers to keep track of and hopefully offers an easy seamless, sign-up for you. You can still pay by cheque (if you choose this method please send in the mail), cash (give in person), or barter (contact us), but you can also now choose to pay by credit card securely through our website using paypal. If you have an questions please let us know ([email protected]).
We’re really excited about the upcoming season, most especially because we’ll be finally living on our farm rather than daily commuting. This will allow us to better tend to our crops, and we’ll get to spend more time farming in the fields rather than driving our truck and packing lunches. We’ve been plotting and planning and researching now for several months and are looking forward to digging our hands into our rich clay soil in the a couple of months. In the meantime onions, tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers are being seeded in the greenhouse while our garlic lays dormant under a thick bed of mulch awaiting warmer weather.
In response to the overwhelming demand we’ve had for CSA in the Ottawa region we’re offering what we’ve deemed a ‘Market Share‘. The concept is relatively similar to CSA. Market share holders can come to either of our market stands at Carp or Lansdowne. You pay at the beginning of the season for a share of our market harvest. Check out the details HERE.
Happy local eating!
Kylah, Zach & Dayvah
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