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July’s first farm share. A smaller share than usual, due to the grasshoppers. But still very tasty! Check out the photos from the July 8-10 pickup. Included in one share was: 7lbs potatoes 1 bunch onions 1 heads of lettuce … Continue reading
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Keith and his fresh, local produce were here in June! My favouriate part of this pickup? The basil plants for us to take home and plant ourselves! Yay for extra basil! Oh – and we had fresh leafy veggies!! Check … Continue reading
Contact Keith now and receive the “early bird” deal on April 9th: one chicken and a few pounds of root veggies for $25.
Come to the March or April deliveries, meet Keith, and try out the food. He normally has extra chickens, eggs, beef, pickles, and possibly extra veggies for sale on delivery days. This can be a way for you to meet Keith and see what being a part of the CSA is like. See the delivery schedule and locations for more information.
Keith asks that you sign the contract by April 1st, as he needs to know the numbers so he can order seeds and plan for the year. The contract year is from May to April. You can include 12 post-dated cheques with your contract or set up direct debit.
We will be holding our annual information and sign-up/renew session March 11, 2011. It will be at 7:00 PM in the basement of Grace Westminster United Church, 505 10th St E (corner of 10th and Eastlake).
This is a session to allow members and prospective members to come and ask questions of Keith, our farmer who grows the food, and to get to know each other a little.
Contracts and order forms are being revised and the new contracts will be at the meeting.
Hello there and welcome to the new site for Etomami Community Organic Farm. We are just getting things started on the site, and in the near future we will have descriptions of how a Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) operation works, and specifically how to sign up with Etomami.
We will also post updates for upcoming delivery dates and available produce and such, so stay tuned and sign up for the RSS feed if you want to keep tabs on what’s happening.