What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)?
CSA — Community Supported Agriculture — is a mutually beneficial relationship between farmers and community members. By paying an up-front seasonal membership fee, CSA members receive weekly or biweekly baskets of fresh, organically grown produce. Sharing the risks and rewards of farming strengthens our relationships with the land and each other.
Our CSA program is the cornerstone of Heartbeet Farm. You can choose your pickup location, frequency, size, and length of membership as best fits your needs.
We look forward to meeting you and seeing returning members at the first CSA pickup in July!
Kate & David
CSA Vegetable Boxes from July to December
Enjoy a seasonally curated mix of organic vegetables in every CSA box. Choose from a regular or large share and pickups in Kanata North or on the farm. All 40 crops are grown at our farm in North Augusta, just 50 minutes south of Ottawa.
SUMMER & EARLY FALL
July to October
16 weekly boxes
+ $130 for large boxes
8 BI-WEEKLY BOXES
+ $65 for large boxes
July to December
16 weekly + 4 bi-weekly
+ $165 for large boxes
12 BI-WEEKLY BOXES
+ $95 for large boxes
November & December
4 bi-weekly boxes
+ $33 for large boxes
Pickup Your CSA Vegetable Boxes in Kanata & Leeds Grenville
Kanata North - Beaverbrook
Wednesdays between 3:30 and 6:30 PM
Grab your bounty of freshly harvested vegetables in the parking lot of the Beaverbrook Centre — at the corner of Beaverbrook Road and Teron Road. Located in West Ottawa near the Kanata Research Park, Morgan's Grant, Katimavik, Hazeldean, Bells Corners, and Nepean.
North Augusta - Leeds Grenville
Wednesdays between 5 and 7 PM
Up for a regular drive through the countryside? Collect your bountiful box of vegetables on our farm at 11513 Harvey Road, North Augusta in Leeds Grenville - 50 minutes south of Ottawa, 20 minutes from Kemptville, Merrickville & Prescott, 30 minutes from Smiths Falls and Brockville.