Our Toronto full season shares (June-Nov) are SOLD OUT and we're incredibly grateful to those who chose to support local food and farmers.
If you are interested in a 3 basket trial program this season, please inquire via email.
We grow over 40 different varieties of vegetables (and some fruit), all without harmful pesticides, on our solar powered farm. Our electric tractor does some of the heavy lifting, but our small team of farmers are the heart of our farm. You'll find them out harvesting your vegetables fresh from the field, often the morning of delivery.
Your sign up means you are purchasing a "share" of the farm's produce for the season. By paying in advance you help the farm with early start up costs for the season, as well as important crop planning. In return, we provide freshly harvested, seasonal veggie baskets. As a CSA member you'll receive regular updates from the farm and will get to know the people who are growing your food.
Want to join this awesome community of people who love to cook, eat and be part of a healthy food system? Find full details here to see if it's a good fit for you.
We will be opening registration for our WINTER CSA and our 2022 CSA season in the fall.
Sign up for our waitlist to be the first to know when they go on sale!
Support those in need with the gift of fresh, local produce. We have partnered with The Nourish and Develop Foundation (TNDF) in nearby Cannington, ON to support their food bank and new mobile food market.
Your contribution will purchase our farm fresh vegetables that will go directly to TNDF’s critical food access programs.
Donations can be made via e-transfer (as we are not charged a fee) to firstname.lastname@example.org and please accompany this with an email to us to let us know so we can send you a thank you in return (note that we are unable to provide tax receipts). Larger donation amounts can be sent via credit card here.
Thank you for your generosity and support of these vital programs!
Farmer Tony Neale talks about why Wheelbarrow Farm decided to install a solar array to power the farm and to invest in the first Canadian Solectrac electric tractor. Watch this new video shot and edited by Adam Pereira.