2020 Summer CSA
Program runs June 17th - October 14th
SUMMER CSA REGISTRATION FORM
This year we will offer a weekly summer CSA just in the Sackville area. Due to the uncertainty around changing public health guidelines, we will offer home delivery for each of our CSA members. We will deliver on Wednesday evenings between 6:30 - 7:30pm.
Our summer shares are worth $25 / week and the program will run for 18 weeks. Payment can be made in full ($450) or in two instalments of $225. Please be sure that we have received your full payment by June 1st. Thank you in advance!
Please send an e-transfer to
or a cheque made out to Sarah Smith at
1783 RTE 940
Centre Village NB
What to Expect
We will offer certified organic produce that reflects the nature of the growing season in New Brunswick. Early in the CSA, we will have crops like broccoli, spinach, salad mix, carrots, garlic scapes, peas, fennel, raddichio, cauliflower, kale, beets and carrots.
As the weather becomes warmer, other crops will add diversity to the shares: tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, melons, peppers, eggplants, cabbage and herbs.
Each week you will meet us at the pick-up location and take your share home in one of our red insulated bags. The next week you can bring back your empty bag and we will replace it with a full one!
CSA means Community Supported Agriculture or Community Shared Agriculture.
Through the CSA model, we (the farmers) accept your dollars as an investment in our farm and your share is repaid in delivery of an equal value of organic vegetables.
Our farm commits to:
Providing a diversity of high quality certified organic products over the course of the csa program.
We commit to deliver on time and to harvest, store and prepare all produce according to food safety guidelines, with care and attention.
We ask that you commit to:
Picking up your share (labelled with your name) during pick-up hours at the location that you sign up for when you register.
If you cannot pick-up your share please make arrangements with someone (friend or family member) who can pick up on your behalf. If you don't pick-up, your vegetables will be donated, either to a family in need or to the food bank.