CSA Information & Sign Up
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a food partnership that allows you to support local farmers while enjoying seasonal produce. Members buy a share of the anticipated harvest and receive produce in regular instalments throughout the season. By purchasing a share ahead of time, farmers receive their financial inputs when they are preparing for the season ahead. Being part of a CSA share will connect you to your food and community like never before.
Our Basket Options and Pricing
Jardins de la Résistance
Les Jardins de la Résistance is a certified organic farmer cooperative in Ormstown, Quebec and a supplier of our CSA program since 2009. The cooperative grows more than fifty varieties of delicious vegetables, fruits, and herbs and produces honey according to ecological standards.
Basket price: $136 for eight weeks
1 lb of garlic scapes
1 head of broccoli
1 head of lettuce
Basket price: $248 for eight weeks or $124 for a bi-weekly basket
1 bunch of mustard greens
1 bunch of onions
1 sweet pepper
1 head of lettuce
1 lb of tomatoes
1/2 lb of cherry tomatoes
1 bunch of carrots
1 bunch of beets
3/4 lb of string beans
CSA Basket Details
Our summer season will last from Thursday, July 11 to Thursday, August 29, 2019. Our fall season will last from Thursday, September 5 to Thursday, October 24, 2019.
Vegetables will be picked up between 3:30 to 6:00pm on Thursdays on McTavish Street on McGill's Downtown Campus. You will receive a weekly reminder to pick up your produce. Please note that the Market cannot provide credit for missed baskets. If you are unable to attend CSA pick-up, please have a friend or family member pick up the produce for you.
Payment is required either in full for the entire season in advance. Payment can be made through the e-transfer online system or by cheque. No refunds will be given.
Quality and diversity
Each week, baskets will include a diverse selection of vegetables, herbs, or fruits depending on what's in season. By registering, you commit to receiving your chosen weekly basket for the duration of the season and understand that the quantity and diversity of produce will be influenced by environmental conditions throughout the season.
If you have any questions or concerns about the CSA program at the McGill Farmers' Market, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.