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2024 Spring/Summer Produce Box Program

When you sign up for our spring/summer box program, you’ll receive fresh, seasonal, organically grown vegetables and fruits weekly. Boxes can be delivered straight to your home or to one of our community locations where you can pick it up. Once you have subscribed, you will receive weekly email newsletters detailing what’s included in your box, along with recipes for the items, storage tips and tricks, and updates on what is happening at the farm..

Configuring Your Box

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Step 1: Select Your Box Size

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Step 2: Select Your Pickup/Delivery

Select a Community

Step 3: Confirm your Pickup/Delivery and Start Date

Weekly basket price

Home delivery included
Boat delivery included
Default Start Date for Delivery
Or select a different start date

Please show us exactly where your cottage is by DRAGGING (and dropping) the pin shown on the map to your cottage site. You can ZOOM in/out and move the map around.:

OR save $5.00/week by picking up at the site:
OR save $10.00/week by picking up at the site:
      Subscribe for boat delivery of our basket to your cottage this summer, and we'll deliver groceries (ordered from Grocery Gateway) along with your basket to your dock. Details on next page.

      Our box program contains fruits and vegetables that are either grown on the farm, or sourced from our local partners who share the same values and beliefs we do. Together with our partners, we are able to supply you with the very best produce that is grown using organic and regenerative farming techniques. We also offer add-ons, which are items you can buy at an additional cost. These include farm fresh eggs and extra seasonal greens.

      Based on the time of year, here is some fruits and vegetables you can expect to find in your produce box: Greens mixes (lettuces, mustards, etc.), microgreens (peashoots, radishes, mixes, etc.), root veggies (beets, carrots, radishes, turnips, etc.), alliums (garlic, green onions, leeks, etc.) , herbs (thyme, sage, parsley, etc.), green leafy vegetables (kale, swiss chard, etc.), tomatoes (multiple varieties of cherry and heirloom), berries (strawberries, blueberries, etc.) and stone fruit (peaches, plums, nectarines, etc). We also will include produce like asparagus, fiddleheads, corn, pears, garlic scapes, and more when they are in season.

      We offer three different sizes of produce boxes: Small, Medium and Large. The difference in size is due to larger quantities of produce for larger sizes. A small box is recommended for individuals, or couples who like a smaller size portion of produce with meals. A medium box will feed a couple who like a hearty portion of produce with meals, or a family with a young child. A large box will feed a family of four, including two adults and two children.

      You can choose to have your box delivered to your home address, or avoid the delivery fee by having your box delivered to a community location near you. When configuring your box, enter your address under step 2 to see which community locations are closest to you.

      Depending on your location, here is when to expect your box. Newmarket and Toronto subscribers can expect their box on Wednesdays, and can pick up bins from hub locations in the afternoon. For Georgina subscribers, boxes will be sent out Fridays, and can be picked up from hub locations at noon or later in the day. If you are a Georgina customer and pick up your box from the farm, you can come by anytime on Friday. We ask that on the day of delivery, you leave your empty bin out for our drivers to pick up.

      We have made the conscious decision to switch from our green bags to Rubbermaid bins. This helps keep your produce fresh and allows us to wash them each week. Our goal is to provide each customer with two bins, one that is packed with produce and one that is empty and can be used the following week. Our hope is that once you receive your first bin, the following week you leave out that empty bin so our drivers can collect it, therefore creating a cycle. Additionally, we are now charging a deposit of $30 for the bins ($15 each). When a customer cancels or we reach the end of the season, we ask that you return your bins to the nearest hub location to have your $30 reimbursed. You can also choose to keep the bins, resulting in us keeping your deposit.’.

      If you want to place your box on hold, or are looking to make any other changes, you must do so before 8pm on Sundays. If you are having trouble making these changes, or miss the deadline, reach out to for help. We are more than happy to help.

      Make sure to check your inbox each Tuesday as we will be sending out an e-newsletter. This will include a list of your box contents, storage tips and recipes associated with the produce, as well as updates on what’s happening at the farm.