CSA Summer Peak 18 weeks

2023 season now available for signups!
*secure your spot with a $150 nonrefundable down payment (or pay full)
*full payment due by April 1st.
* read full details below please πŸ™‚

What is a CSA?

Community-Shared/Supported Agriculture facilitates a connection between farmers and the surrounding community using a weekly subscription model. You make a financial commitment early in the season and receive a share from our diversified mixed vegetable garden every week from June to October (18 weeks). With this you also receive more bang for your buck with added value in every share! This is a great opportunity to eat in season, support local farms, and a chance for us to restore the connection between people and where our food comes from in a sustainable way. The CSA model provides farmers with an equitable return for their skill, knowledge and labour; and establishes a strong foundation for sustainable agriculture all the while contributing to a healthier ecology. This system was created by Dr. Booker T. Whatley ; along with popular movements like “pick-your-own” and “farm-to-table” as he bridged the gap of social justice and organic agriculture. In his own words a CSA “enables farmers to plan production, anticipate demand and have a guaranteed market.” Our CSA members receive a curated farm share by the farmers themselves.
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Prices:

Large Farm Share:
$900
For 18 weeks receive $50/week of veg
~feeds 3-5 people depending on diet

OR

Small Farm Share:
$540
For 18 weeks receive $30/week of veg
~feeds 1-3 people depending on diet

Get the first of what’s in season and the security of having veggies for 18 weeks.

What’s in it?

Each week you will receive a curated share of vegetables and herbs.  You will come to the designated pickup point with a bag to transfer your vegetables into from a box we have set aside for each member.  You have the option for a 1-item swap out when picking up at our markers or farm store.

Check out our photos at the bottom of the page for an idea of what you would get in a weekly share. These photos are based on a large size share.


What We Grow:

Spring:
Green onions, radish, turnips, arugula, mustard, mixed greens, peas, sprouts, lettuce heads, romaine, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, bok choy, tat soi, kohlrabi, tomatoes, cilantro, dill, parsley, rosemary, thyme, sage, oregano.

Summer:
Cucumber, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, zucchini, corn, carrots, beans, beets, fennel, garlic, potatoes, melons, green onions, radish, turnips, arugula, mustard, mixed greens, peas, sprouts, lettuce heads, romaine, basil, cilantro, dill, parsley, rosemary, thyme, sage, oregano .

Fall:
Parsnip, celeriac, storage radish, onions, squash, shallots, turnips, rutabaga, Brussel sprouts, beans, beets, fennel, garlic, potatoes, melons, green onions, radish, turnips, arugula, mustard, mixed greens, peas, sprouts, lettuce heads, romaine, cilantro, dill, parsley, rosemary, thyme, sage, oregano.

Pick-up Locations:

Get farmer curated vegetable shares here…
Tuesday: Foragers Farms Farm Gate 2pm-6 (bagels, honey, eggs, meat etc)
Wednesday: Peterborough Downtown Farmers Market 8am-1
Wednesday: Cobourg/Port Hope delivery (additional charge details below)
Friday: Foragers Farms Farm Gate 2pm-6 (bagels, honey, eggs, meat etc)
Friday: Bowmanville Pickup at Angelas @ 11 Roser Cresent 6:30pm onward (additional charge details below)
Saturday: Evergreen Brickworks Toronto Farmers Market 8am-1.
Saturday: Peterborough Regional Farmers Market 8am-1

Delivery Options:

You receive your CSA in a box each week and you will be alternating between two boxes each week (so be sure to leave the returning one at set delivery location each week). If you don’t know how to identify a vegetable we send you simply send us a photo via email.

Northumberland Wednesdays Deliveries (between 11am-4): We offer delivery to Cobourg and Port Hope for an additional $126/share ($7/week).
Bowmanville Fridays Pickup @ Angelas (6:30pm onward): Pickup from a shady spot. We ask for $90/share ($5/week).

How to Join?

Step 1: Decide on your pickup location & share size.
Step 2:
Fill out google docs 2023 CSA Sign Up Form & Member Agreement.
Step 3:
Payment: E-transfer, cash or cheque are preferred but credit is available if necessary (After Step 2 you can go ahead and send full payment over or $150 nonrefundable security deposit). If you request a sale receipts after payment please email to inquire for the e-receipt.
E-transfer to: [email protected]. Auto-deposit…no password required.

Payment terms:
We ask that you secure your spot with $150 (non-refundable) as soon as you fill out the form in Step 2 above. Remainder of payment is due by April 1st. If you are able to pay for full CSA upfront feel free!

More Details…

Other perks to joining our CSA include having first dibs on the eggs, free tours, adding items from our farm friends to your orders that we will be featuring in our emails each week (mushrooms, bagels, bread, medicinal herbs, honey, beeswax products, meats, sauces, preserves, etc). Discounted stays at our on farm cabins πŸ˜‰

Testimonials

β€œBeing a member of Foragers Farm CSA is the most connecting, rewarding, and delicious way to support a local business. Their produce is the best I’ve tried, and you can literally FEEL the love in everything they offer! Erin and Tyler’s dedication to the land, and genuine passion for agricultural practices that go beyond sustainability, is evident in everything they touch, from the soil they cultivate, to the vibrancy of their vegetables. My heart is full of gratitude for them!β€œ

– Sarah Britton of My New Roots, 3 years as CSA member

β€œNot only are Tyler and Erin some of the loveliest and coolest people I know, they also grow some amazing vegetables. I truly, strongly believe that supporting local food systems is critical right now. As is knowing that you have a source of beautiful organic, local vegetables lined up for the future. It’s always fun to open your bag each week and see what you got, and then maybe learning about new produce and how to use it.” 
-Sarah Brimson, 3 years as CSA member


β€œWe’ve been doing the CSA for a couple years now, and it’s always a highlight of our week! The food is fresh and delicious, the variety is wonderful, and the staff are always friendly. We love having this opportunity to support local farms and enjoy what this area has to offer.”

-Brandy and Peter, 3 years as CSA members

“Erin and Tyler have been providing delicious, high quality, and a reliable VARIETY of foods for a number of years now. I am never disappointed with the seasonal selections and flexible way they offer their CSA. If you’re a regular market goer or a newcomer looking to buy into a steady supply of fresh fare, these are your farmers!”
-Matt Dutry, 2 years as CSA member


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Join today and get fresh, local produce
in the 2023 season.