2020/2021 Winter CSA is now FULL
If you would like a space on our waiting list, please complete the form below.
WINTER CSA REGISTRATION FORM
*** Due to the many uncertainties surrounding the potential second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, our farm will re-evaluate our delivery plans based on ensuring convenience for our customers. If any of our pick-up location businesses close over the Fall/Winter, we will most likely adapt to providing home deliveries. We will keep you up to date. ***
CSA share pick-ups occur biweekly. Please bring your own bag to pick up your share & leave the red Sweet Soil insulated bag for us to pick up & refill!
The Basic Veggies Only share will consist of seasonally specific crops from our farm both storage crops and freshly harvested crops (from the field, or later in the Winter, from our greenhouses).
The Premium Share including preserves will consist of veggies from our farm and $10/delivery of value added products from our partners at Ferme L'Hirondelle (Saint Marie Du Kent, NB). Their preserves, jams and pickles have been hugely popular with our customers over the years and include favaourites like Raspberry Cocoa Jam, Bread & Butter Pickles, Basil Salt, Rhubarb Chutney, Blueberry Lime Jam, Spanish Diced Tomatoes & Apple Butter. Their products preserve all the flavours of farm-fresh Summer fruits and veggies to be enjoyed in the dead of Winter!
On our registration form, sign up for one pick-up location and arrive during the specified hours to pick up your share. Please also indicate your preferred CSA share option.
Please send an e-transfer to
or a cheque made out to Sarah Smith at
1783 RTE 940
Centre Village NB
2020/2021 CSA delivery Schedule
Moncton Corn Crib Natural Foods Wednesdays 3:30pm-6:15pm
** The Corn Crib is hoping the extend their hours until 8pm when they have enough staff to do so **
November 4th & 18th
December 2nd, 16th & 30th
January 13th & 27th
Sackville home deliveries Saturdays 10:30am-2:30pm
November 14th & 28th
December 12th & 26th
January 9th & 23rd
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.
You will receive produce reflective of the seasonal nature of farming in N.B. At Sweet Soil Organic Farm, we grow our crops during the Spring, Summer and Fall and use our two catterpillar tunnels, one greenhouse and two storage coolers to keep all our produce well into the Winter and following Spring. We harvest, pre-wash and store all of our root crops, harvest fresh salad mixes, Kale and other brasicas and store our dry crops such as onions, garlic and squash in a more temperate semi cooler.
A variety of the following products will be available throughout the Winter CSA~
carrots, squash, onions, turnips, garlic, broccoli, cauliflower, romanesco, kale, asian greens, beets, parsnips, potatoes, spinach, salad greens mix, lettuce, green onions, fennel, radicchio, red & green storage cabbage, napa cabbage, winter radish, swiss chard, pumpkins, parsley & leeks.