Community Supported Agriculture
June 11–October 22, 2013
Support our local food economy and savour delicious seasonal foods from June to October! Join the CSA Program at Evergreen Brick Works.
Why join a CSA? Small, independent farmers must find innovative ways to compete with large-scale, industrial agriculture. Joining a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program helps these farmers get their local produce on your kitchen table more readily. By offering you a pre-pay option at the beginning of the season, CSA farmers can plan their harvest appropriately, and provide your local produce every week throughout the season.
For more information on CSA models and to register, contact the participating farmers and producers below.
Note: All price details below are subject to change.
Participating CSA Farmers and Producers
Willo’ Wind Farm
Farmer: Adrian Stocking
Contact: 905-852-3878, 416-254-0835, email@example.com
CSA Model: Market-style
Share: Regular Weekly $600; Bi-Weekly $450
Add to your produce CSA a weekly or bi-weekly egg order!
Application Form (PDF, 273 KB)
What we grow: Lettuce, spinach, radishes, peas, Chinese cabbage, zucchini, carrots, beets, onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans, garlic, zucchini, watermelon, potatoes, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, tomatoes, green beans, kale, broccoli, onions, squash, lettuces, beets, spinach, raspberries
Producer: Ruth Klahsen
Contact: 519-814-7920, firstname.lastname@example.org
CSA Model: Pre-selected basket
Share: Weekly, Regular $200; Family $400
What we produce: Exceptional cheeses, yogurt and ice cream made from sheep, water buffalo, goat and cow milk. Sometimes even mare's milk.
Green Gate Farms
Farmers: Wendy & Ron Elrick
Contact: 519-662-6261, email@example.com
CSA Model: Pre-selected box (customers may select more than 1 box)
Share: Bi-weekly, Beef or Pork or Mixed Grilling $400; or $40 per box
Application Form (PDF, 824 KB)