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A little blog about life on a small-scale, family-run, meat and egg CSA farm near Milton Ontario using organic methods.  Life is never dull on a farm!

Posted 24 weeks ago
<p>Sign up for our CSA program today and support your local farmer!  We really do appreciate it!  Become a part of our farm family and have fantastic food at the same time!</p><p>Share this photo to show your support!</p>

Sign up for our CSA program today and support your local farmer!  We really do appreciate it!  Become a part of our farm family and have fantastic food at the same time!

Share this photo to show your support!

Posted 25 weeks ago
<p>It’s #CSADay!  We have some great bonuses for those that become a member in our meat and egg share program TODAY!</p><p>Save 5% and get a FREE insulated tote bag today only!</p>

It’s #CSADay!  We have some great bonuses for those that become a member in our meat and egg share program TODAY!

Save 5% and get a FREE insulated tote bag today only!

Posted 25 weeks ago

Why You Should Consider Joining a CSA Farm this Season



It’s CSA Week!!

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a personal relationship between a farmer and eater. You join the farm as a member and you get a box of food from the farm throughout the growing season.

As our culture and economy becomes more homogenized and centralized, CSA is the opposite. It is about a personal relationship between a farmer and the CSA members. It is an intimate connection between local farmland and your dinner table.

You get the freshest possible ingredients from a farmer that you know and the farm gets advance knowledge of demand so he or she can focus on growing healthy food and getting the food to you.

In world of intractable problems - take your pick: political and economic instability, nuclear weapons, global warming, and on and on - joining a CSA is a positive act that you can take today that has profound impacts on your health, your local economy, and the environment.

CSA farmers spend money with other local businesses which circulates money in our local economies. CSA farmers take care of their land. CSA keeps small scale, local farms in business so they can continue producing food for you.

To be frank, joining a CSA is not the easiest path to eating healthy. You can continue to shop at the grocery store and maybe visit the farmers market a few times throughout the season. However, joining a CSA puts you in partnership with a local farmer. A CSA membership enriches your life with high quality food as you spend your food dollars in a way that you will feel good about.

The investment you make in your CSA farm is modest. Our average CSA share costs less than $100 per month, in many cases MUCH less, so that is less than $25 per week! That’s probably less than your cable bill and less than your cell phone bill – for food grown with care in local soil and delivered directly to your neighborhood!

Thank you for supporting local farms and making the commitment to a CSA share. Your support makes all the difference and keeps our farms running.

If there is something that is preventing you from joining your CSA farm, you should let your farmer know so they can improve their program in the future!

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Posted 25 weeks ago