Visit our farm, Ferme de L'Ile's website to sign up

How it works

Community-supported agriculture (CSA) is a simple and sustainable concept for consumer and farmer alike. By receiving cash advance from our members we are able to avoid going into debt from seed costs, employee salary and field preparation such as composts, fertilizers and amendments.

What you'll be eating

A season’s membership of fresh seasonal produce costs $540 for 18 weekly baskets, or $275 for 9 bi-weekly ones. By becoming a member you pay 15 % less than market price. The basket program offers a wide variety of popular vegetables. Over the course of the 18 weeks you will receive a wide diversity of organic vegetables.
The season starts off with an abundance of greens and alliums, such as spinach, lettuce mix and Asian greens, green onions, kale, chard, sweet peas, scapes and herbs etc... The mid season brings the fruiting vegetables to your tables. You can expect beans, heirloom, red and cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, beets, carrots, basil, garlic just to name a few. The end of the seasons baskets will be decked out with your fall harvest storage crops. Squash, pumpkins, potatoes, radish, turnips, cabbage and much more. We pride ourselves on speciality varieties and know what you love. We aim at providing staple produce such as lettuce, carrots, cucumbers and tomatoes as often as possible.

Where to get it

Pick up points are located in both Montreal-West and NDG (addresses listed below) and we also offer front door delivery. We are currently supplying three different market in NDG, as well as offer custom orders through our online market.
Montreal-West location: 154 Wolseley N, H4X 1V9 NDG location: 4990 King Edward