Sweet Soil Organic Farm; 2016

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2019 Winter CSA Registration Open

Program runs November 9th, 2019 - February 22nd, 2020

Cost: $375


Program Details

What is CSA & how does it work?

         Payment can be made in full $375 or in two instalments of $187.50

Please be sure that we have received your full payment by November 1st.  Thank you in advance!

Please send an e-transfer to sarahsmithyoga@gmail.com 

or a cheque made out to Sarah Smith at

1783 RTE 940

Centre Village NB

E4L 1Y7

         Pick-ups occur biweekly.  As a CSA member, sign up for one pick up location and arrive during the specified hours to pick up your share.  Please bring your own bag to pick up your share & leave the red Sweet Soil insulated bag for us to pick up & refill!

Saturdays at the Sackville Market from 9am-12pm

November 9th & 23rd

December 7th & 21st

January 4rth & 18th

February 1st & 15th

Saturdays at the Dieppe Market from 7:30am-1pm

November 16th & 30th

December 14th & 28th

January 11th & 25th

February 8th & 22nd

Saturdays at the Corn Crib Natural Foods Moncton from 9am-8pm

November 16th & 30th

December 14th & 28th

January 11th & 25th

February 8th & 22nd


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. Root crops, brassicas and fall greens will be available in the earlier weeks of the CSA.  As the cold weather of winter settles in, your bi-weekly boxes will be filled with a variety of storage vegetables, jams and preserves.

A variety of the following products will be available through the Winter CSA~

carrots, squash, onions, turnips, garlic, broccoli, kale, asian greens, beets, parsnips, potatoes, sweet potatoes, spinach, salad greens mix, lettuce, green onions, fennel, radicchio, red & green storage cabbage, chinese cabbage, winter radish, swiss chard, pumpkins, parsley & leeks.  This season we are partnering with Ferme L'Hirondelle who will provide pestos, vinegars, jams, jellies, dried herbs and more!