Official Tourism Website of Bruce County, Ontario, Canada
Ever thought about eating more vegetables, locally grown fruits or fresh produce? Are you a cottager, staying in Bruce County and looking for those fresh veggies from a local farm? Imagine taking that first bite into a juicy watermelon, or roasting that sweet corn-on-the-cob over the bon fire.
You are in luck because CSA’s can help you get access to local fruits and vegetables!
Community Share Agriculture (CSA) is a mutual relationship between the farmer and the member in which a farm supports the community’s needs for fresh produce, fruit and meats and the community supports the farmer in farming sustainably. Becoming a CSA member means you will have fresh food all summer into the fall, directly from the farm to your plate.
Members commit to CSA by making a deposit at the beginning of the season. Most CSA farms will start pick-up and/or delivery around the 3rd week of June. So act quickly to take advantage of the entire growing season!