An invitation from your local farm,
Eat the freshest organic veggies & fruits
All. Season. Long.
CSA stands for
Community Supported Agriculture.
It’s an opportunity for YOU to have a share in the amazing food that we, your local farmers, are growing.
CSA is a program that connects the eaters (CSA members) directly to a farmer in the same locale. Generally, the members pay upfront for their full season share. The farmer then provides the freshest and best quality produce directly to the members. There is a real relationship that both parties share, one which has been lost in our modern agriculture system, the relationship from our field to your home.
At Pilgrims’ Produce it’s Certified Organic. Always.
NEW this year … business drop-spot!
We’ll deliver right to your workplace in Vernon!
(minimum of 5 full-season members required)
Deliveries every Friday afternoon May 24 to Oct 11
Request to have your business on our drop-spot list;
Just email us! [email protected]
We're delivering into Vernon! Two options...
1. TUESDAY afternoons (4:30-6pm)
come pick-up your box at the
Vernon Alliance Church parking lot,
May 21 - Oct 8
2. Sign-up as a business
(with a minimum of 5 full-season members)
and we'll deliver right to your workplace in Vernon
May 24 - Oct 11
(Delivery fees included)
Perfect for small families, couples, or single eaters who like plenty of veggies
(21 weekly boxes)
A must for impressive veggie eaters
or larger families
10 basic-sized boxes throughout the season, perfect for the out-of-town-worker, vacationer or small veggie eater.
*limited space available
(10 boxes throughout season)
Armstrong folks,enjoy savings by coming out to the farm to pick-up your box
every Tuesday, noon-dusk
10 basic-sized boxes throughout the season, perfect for the out-of-town-worker, vacationeror small veggie eater.
What’s in the weekly box?
The freshest, organic veg & fruits,
fine herbs & nuts, in season.
We grow a HUGE selection of produce...
In no particular order... asparagus, potatoes, garlic, corn, strawberries, raspberries, onions, carrots, tomatoes, cherries, beets, radishes, melons, dill, basil, parsley, cilantro, broccoli, lettuce, cabbage, spinach, kale, swiss chard, plums, salad turnips, eggplant, cherry tomatoes, saskatoons, walnuts, hazelnuts, peppers, cucumbers, zucchini, kohlrabi, winter squash, shallots, green onions, pears, rhubarb... and more!
BASIC OR FAMILY? Here's a few samples from 2018...
BASIC BOX in August:
Plums, small gourmet salad mix, assorted tomatoes, peppers, watermelon, salad turnips.
FAMILY BOX in August:
(+ means more than basic box)
Plums +, gourmet salad mix +, assorted tomatoes +, peppers +, watermelon +, salad turnips, cucumber, cilantro
BASIC BOX in September:
Carrots, Spaghetti Squash, Melon, Onion, Radish, Parsley, Cherry Tomatoes.
FAMILY BOX in September:
Carrots +, Spaghetti Squash +, Melon +, Onion +, Radish, Parsley, Cherry Tomatoes +, Zucchini
*You can pay in full or in 3-instalments ($10 fee)
*Payment deadline is MAY 1. Having the money upfront really helps the farmer with all the pre-season expenses such as seeds, machinery, employees etc. Having your commitment for the season really helps us be more efficent with growing.
*Payment options include: Email transfer (preferred), Cheque, or Cash (bring to farm)
Everything’s grown on our family-run farm at Pilgrims’ Produce
near Armstrong (aka:local)
Weekly newsletters with photos, inspiring recipes, farm news + more.
Great value, member perks, convenience.
don't miss out on your share in the harvest!
What happens if I will be away?
We understand… you may be going on a vacation or work out of town. No problem. If you know in advance, please arrange for someone else to come fetch your box contents. It is your responsibility to make sure they are “trained” so please make sure to tell them the time and location for the pick-up, and remind them to bring a bag! It is wise to let us know in advance that someone else will be coming.
What if I forget my box? Please notify us ASAP. You have the option to email us and arrange another time when you can get the box (for example, you could meet us at our Farmers’ Market booth or come out to the farm). We must be notified if you would like us to save it for you.
If no one comes for the box within a few days, we will donate it to the food bank.
What if I don’t like something in my box? Did your mother ever make you eat all your veggies?! Good. Part of the fun of a CSA is to learn to be more adventurous with eating. Trying new items or learning new ways to prepare your less-favourite items. We provide great recipe ideas each week, highlighting the less-well-known items.
Our Vernon VAC parking lot members have the opportunity to trade an item they don’t love in our swap box. Due to the logistics we won’t have the swap box available for the other locations.
Do I get to choose what’s in my box? No. We decide. We grow a huge selection of produce and no two weeks will be the same. Each week’s items are carefully chosen based on what is in season, and when you last had it. Some weeks there may be repeated items from the previous week (gotta eat strawberries while the season lasts). Have a look at some of our sample box photos to get an idea of what goes in the boxes. We aim to give you salad options each week, as well as “snacky” lunch items to feed your family. You will see some staple items appearing more often, such as carrots, tomatoes or potatoes, while the more unusual items will be less often. Herbs and nuts are a fun addition to some week’s boxes, but not a major component. We welcome your feedback on what you’d love to see more of, and less of, too.
What if I want more veggies or fruits? Great! We offer Add-Ons. Our weekly newsletter includes a section called “Add-Ons” where we list extra items we have for sale. This is a great way to get more of your favourites while they last or to make use of surplus for canning, dehydrating and freezing.
This is our 29th season growing at
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