CSA REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT

 

REGISTRATION FOR THE 2020 CSA MARKET GARDEN IS NOW CLOSED!

Thank you to everyone who has registered – Hope to see you next season.

A Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is an opportunity for you to purchase fresh, local, organic produce and support a local farm. By paying for your food in advanced, you are funding the urban agriculture program itself (e.g. youth intern wages, seedlings). This is a mutually beneficial relationship where we commit to provide you with the in-season, fresh crop that week and you commit to helping to fund us so that we can make this local, sustainable, educational food program happen.

So how does it work?

  1. Pick the amount of produce right for you
  2. Fill out the registration form below and we will invoice you and provide you with more details
  3. You can pay in full for the 6-weeks worth of food online or via cheque
  4. Our team grows your food (and you can join in if you want)
  5. You show up each Thursday evening and walk away with an array of delicious veggies and herbs!

Fall Share offerings:

1/8 Bushel (1 peck) – Student Share offering – $8.25 a week for 6 weeks

1/4 Bushel Share – $16.50 a week for 6 weeks

1/2 Bushel share – $33 per week for 6 weeks

If you are interested in being contacted for 2021’s CSA, please complete contact form below:

YCG CSA MEMBERS PAYMENTS

Once you have received an invoice from us, you can pay online or send us a cheque.

To pay online:

To send us a cheque:

Young City Growers
African Community Wellness Initiative
c/o KW Counselling Services
480 Charles Street East
Kitchener, Ontario. N2G 4K5

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