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A Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) 

 

 

All food is grown at Red Clay Farm in Economy Nova Scotia on the beautiful Bay of Fundy.

 

Annual Subscriptions

for 2017 are limited

so get on the List Today

 

2017 will be Red Clay farm's second CSA share sale,

terms and conditions will be agreed to at time of share sale but will follow last year's successful model of more than 4 months / 17 weeks worth of fresh produce.

 

 

RED CLAY PRODUCTS

 

CSA ( Food Boxes ) 

Fresh Produce (Seasonal)

Gingerbeer

Honey ​

Soap

Lumber

Chickens

Egg

Medicinal Herbs

Cooking Herbs

Cut Flowers ​ (Seasonal)

Seedlings ​ (Seasonal)

 

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

 

Red Clay Boxes was conceived and piloted in 2015, as a way to bring fresh organics to a market hungry for them and to help support the farmers and community projects that happen at Red Clay. The boxes were so well received we started plotting out new fields, greenhouses and planning our crop rotations to allow us to produce an abundance of food from July - October.

 

2016 was Red Clay's first full farm season of offering a weekly CSA share, we are excited to invite you to join us on this adventure.

 

All food is grown at Red Clay Farm in Economy Nova Scotia on the beautiful Bay of Fundy. All food is grown organically, using permaculture methods, sustainable farming practices.

 

Share sale were limited. Terms and conditions are as follows:

  • More than 4 months / 17 weeks worth of fresh produce. Boxes beginning early July 

Two Sizes of Weekly Boxes were available:

 

Fox Boxes / 30 dollars worth of weekly organic produce

Hawk Boxes / 15 dollars worth of weekly organic produce

 

    • Food boxes were delivered to the Bus Stop Theatre Lobby on Sunday evenings and Monday until 6pm.

    • Every Thursday night share holders will receive notice of what
      will be in their box, and have the option to add additional items such as fresh farm eggs, bread, pasta, honey, and seedlings.

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