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Community Supported Agriculture

According to the formula of Community Supported Agriculture, the consumer becomes a partner of a farm in the spring by agreeing to share with his "family farmer" the benefits and risks of agricultural production.

Source: MAPAQ

How it works?

By subscribing, for sixteen weeks, we are committed to providing you with seasonal products. You will appreciate the quality and diversity of our vegetable basket. We have a wide variety of products: herbs, vegetables and a few surprises. See our flyer.

Subscribe directly from our farm by completing the registration form.

You have a choice of three formats basket as needed:

  • Small       (5-8 varieties)
  • Medium  (8 to 11 varieties)
  • Family     (11 to 15 varieties)

The content of your baskets is determined by the varieties of vegetables ready to be picked. 

Early in the season the baskets consist mainly of  lettuce , radishes, arugula , kale , spinach , ...) 

Gradually, as we advance into the season, new vegetables are added to the list of available products. The growth time , weather conditions and unforeseen are largely responsible for the choice of vegetables we can offer you each week.

The number of variety available is determined largely by the number of suscription to the weekly baskets.

You also have the choice of where your shopping is delivered and where it can be retrieved and meet us.

  • a drop point of your choice from a list (to come)
  • Farm
  • to your home or your workplace

For more details contact us!

With your subscription you support ecological agriculture guaranteeing usan income and greatly facilitating the marketing of our products. This allows us to continue the re-cultivation of our farm.

On sale at Ferme Vanier :

Here are some of 2015 products

  • Beets
  • Carrots (Nantaises, Chantenay, Flakkee ...)
  • Cucumbers (English, Chinese, pickles ...)
  • Zucchini
  • Shallots / Onions (red, yellow, green, Spanish)
  • Spinach
  • Fennel Bulb
  • Beans (dwarves, climbing, color ...)
  • Lettuce
  • Peas
  • Peppers
  • Radish (white and others)
  • Rutabaga
  • Tomatoes (cluster, giant, pear ...)
  • Sunflower
  • Etc...

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Throughout the growing season we will provide information about the vegetables that can be picked.

Come back often to see what is new!