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Join in on the harvest. As a veggie box Share Member, you are like a private investor in our farm, and your dividends are delicious vegetables (and hopefully fruit in the future!). Your membership fees help us to launch our gardening season at the beginning, when we need funds the most! And once the garden is producing, you will receive 12 - 14 weekly deliveries (July-Sept) of healthy, fresh food - right to your door!**

Each season presents its' own challenges and benefits, so our yields will be different depending on weather, pests, and other conditions. We cannot guarantee the amounts of each product that you will receive each week, but we've never been disappointed, and so we believe that neither will you!

For a detailed explanation of CSA and why you are so important to us, see www.csaalberta.com.

Veggie Box delivery is only available within Mountain View County! If you are located in Cochrane or Calgary, please check out our friends at Summit Hill Farm.

Every family is different. Why should every veggie box be the same? We are offering truly customized share boxes with flexible plans. Choose the one that fits you best - then sign up and start receiving your own personal veggie box!

Size:  

One Week, for 2-3 people - $30-$35 (depending on the week)

Single Share, for 2-3 people - $350

Double Share, for 4-6 people - $650

Payment:

We ask that you pay for the whole season by March 31 in one or two payments (do this offline). For single weeks, pre-order all of your weeks by April 15.

Selection:  

You get to choose! Tell us which vegetables you want, and that's what you'll get*

*Please let us know which vegetables you want us to grow for your family by March 31, so we can buy seeds before planting time!

Beans, Beets,

Broccoli (Weather permitting), Cabbage

Carrots, Cauliflower,

Celery, Corn (hopefully),

Cucumber, Fennel,

Herbs, Kohlrabi,

Leeks, Lettuce,

Onions,

Peas (only snap peas)

Peppers, Pumpkin,

Potatoes,

Radishes, Rutabaga (or turnips),

Spinach, Kale,

Swiss Chard, 

Tomatoes,

and Zucchini

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