Put your values into practice by joining the growing number of individuals across North America who have committed their purchasing power behind our local farmers!
Shoresh is thrilled to host the Kavanah CSA in partnership with Everdale Organic Farm! A CSA is a mutually beneficial partnership in which individuals or families receive fresh, local, sustainably grown produce weekly, while supporting local farmers and sustainable growing practices. Joining a CSA means you and your family will enjoy the health, community and environmental benefits of eating fresh, local, organic produce!
HOW IT WORKS:
The Kavanah CSA runs from June-October, and pickup is every Wednesday afternoon from 3:30-6:30pm at the Kavanah Garden in Vaughan (18 Lebovic Campus Drive…just west of Ilan Ramon Blvd.)
Each week, members come to the CSA pickup where produce will be displayed similar to a farmers market, with each item assigned a point value (for example, one bunch of carrots is 1 point, one head of lettuce is 1 point, etc.) Depending on what size you chose (see below) you will have a certain amount of points to “spend” each week. Not a fan of cabbage? No worries! You choose whatever you want for yourself and your family!
Extra Large (24 points )
For very big families, households with very large veggie appetites, or those who do a lot of preserving.
Cost per pick-up: $69.60
Large (18 points)
For larger families or those who want to preserve some of the harvest.
Cost per pick-up: $52.20
Medium (12 points)
Our most popular size! Recommended for most families.
Cost per pick-up: $34.80
Small (8 points)
Recommended for individuals/couples.
Cost per pick-up: $23.20
Click here for more information on share sizes, produce selection, and Everdale’s commitment to CSA members!
Sign up before May 1, 2015 and receive a FREE jar of honey from Shoresh’s bees at Bela Farm!!!
Click here to register today!
For more information, please e-mail us at email@example.com or call 416-805-8382.
Thank you to our community partners: Bialik Hebrew Day School – Himel Branch, and Neshamah Congregation of York Region.