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October 2015 Delivery Postponed One Week

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We are postponing the delivery one week to the 16th 17th and 18th!
Happy Thanksgiving!

Your farmer,
Keith

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ECOFarm Member Email Notice

Keith emailed all ECOFarm members on Wednesday June 3 – if you didn’t receive it, please let him know! See you at the pickup next weekend!

Attention ECOFarmers! November delivery weekend changed.

Due to the Organic Connections conference in which Keith, our farmer, will be speaking at (panel session), the delivery will NOT be the second weekend of November (7th, 8th, and 9th).

The November delivery WILL be the weekend of the 14th, 15th, and 16th.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

Produce for Sale!

The crops have been great this year – more than what’s needed for our members. There are extra tomatoes, kale, potatoes, beets and carrots for sale!

Please email Keith, our farmer @ km.neu@sasktel.net, or stop by one of the pickups this weekend to talk with him.

Members and non-members welcome – tell you friends!

It’s never too late to join!

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Update from Keith, our Farmer

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We’ve had a hell of a time here through this monsoon! Who was the idiot that wanted a inch of rain?? The first picture is what’s left of the spinach, it can’t take the rain, so no spinach this time … Continue reading

Moose Jaw Pick Up Location Added!

Sask ECO Farm is now available in Moose Jaw!

The Moose Jaw pickup location is the garage at 1040 Hastings Street from 6:30pm to 8pm on Saturday evenings (follows regular pick up weekend schedule). Keith – our farmer – will not be at this pick up.

For more information please email mjECOfarm@gmail.com.

It’s not too late to join for the 2014-15 growing season!

Sask ECO Farm Featured in BRIDGES

Did you see the article about CSA’s in Bridges?

You’ll notice that our Sask ECO Farm is the only CSA (Community Shared Agriculture) listed that runs all year and includes frozen produce.

We are SO LUCKY!

It’s not too late to join for the 2014-15 growing season!