Welcome to our FAQ page!

Here you'll find answers to common questions about our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, including details about the produce, delivery, and membership options. We hope these answers help you better understand our program and how it works. If you have additional questions, feel free to contact us.

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Our Farm Box CSA includes a diverse range of seasonal, organic produce grown on our farm. You can expect items like leafy greens, root vegetables, tomatoes, peppers, apples and berries, bread, pasture-raised and cage-free meat, bakery treats, eggs and more. The items in our CSA vary depending on the season, however we try to keep a minimum of 100 food choices at all times. We also include value-added products like jams, pickles, or sauces made from the produce in our CSA.

Our farm boxes are available for pickup or delivery on a weekly basis. With our flexible memberships, you can order at your own pace that works for you, skip any week, and pause your membership at any time. As a CSA member, you can order weekly, biweekly, or whenever you like!

We offer different subscription options to cater to our members' needs. A half share membership, suitable for 1 person, is priced at $40/week, while a full share box, suitable for 2 people, is $60/week, and finally our family share, suitable for 3-4 people, is priced at $80/week.

We provide completely customized orders using our members-only catalog in our online store, so you can pick exactly what you get each week. You can check out with store credits that come with your membership so you can order as much or as little as you like from week to week. This is a great option so members can fulfill any dietary restrictions or preferences, and place larger orders when you're having dinner guests for holidays or special occasions.

Our farm is located in Grand Tracadie. We use organic farming practices, focusing on soil health, biodiversity, and sustainable methods to provide nutrient-dense, high-quality produce.

Our CSA season runs year-round with a one-week break every three months. You're welcome to join our membership at any time of year.

You do not have to commit in advance for an annual or seasonal membership. We want our CSA to work for your lifestyle, so for any reason, you can pause or cancel your membership any time of year.

Your membership starts with a risk-free 30-day refundable guarantee. If you decide our CSA is not for you in the first 30 days, we will provide you with a full refund for all unused weeks that you've paid for.

After the initial 30 days, you can still pause or cancel your weekly membership at any time for any reason, no questions asked, and you can simply finish using any weeks that you've paid for at your own pace.

We partner with more than 20 local farms and food businesses to offer additional products such as bread, cheese, pasture-raised and cage-free meat, and eggs that you can order any week with your farm box pickup or delivery.
Pickup is available every Friday at the Charlottetown Farmers’ Market, as well as delivery to your home or place of business on Friday or Saturday in Charlottetown and Stratford. You can switch between pickup or delivery any week, whatever works best for you.

How can I help out your farm?

1. Become a CSA member

We need the support of our community to keep doing what we do. Our CSA members support us financially and give us our community inspiration, making it possible for us to continue doing our work.

2. Spread the word / Refer a friend!

If you're already a CSA member, then word of mouth is our best friend. Refer our CSA to your friends, family, on social media, or to anyone else you know who might be interested in joining. 
Tell your friends and family about us by recommending they follow our Facebook page for new updates


3. Inform yourself, inform others

Learn more about farming and food issues, such as why supporting and buying local organic food matters to our community, environment, and local economy.

Here's a video that does an excellent job of explaining the concept and all of the amazing benefits of CSAs for their members, the farmers, and the surrounding communities.


Any Other Questions?

If you have more questions that weren't answered in this FAQ, please contact us and we'll be happy to help!