June 28th, 29th and 30th is our 7th annual Shared Harvest Farm Harmonica Retreat week-end. Ronnie Shellist, Phil Wiggins and Carlos Del Junco! harmonica workshop certified organic vegetables Hamilton Dunnville Cayuga
We are offering a weekly organic and weekly organic/local boxes of food delivered to your door. Choose full season or half season organic box or our new local box.
Click and see the over 70 varieties of vegetables and herbs we'll be selling at around the golden horseshoe and Haldimand.
July 20th will be our 8th Annual family fun music festival. Music, improv, dancing fresh organic food and more...TBA
Enjoy live music in an intimate setting and experience our:
Enjoy dinner or just come for the music.
We have a variety of certified organic crops available for restaurants, grocery stores and folks serious about eating and canning.
To the Shared Harvest Community February 16, 2020
We are looking forward to another great season of sustainable farming in our community. Shared Harvest began ten years ago with the vision of offering organic produce that is environmentally sustainable and socially responsible to everyone regardless of income. It is through your support that this vision is possible and for that we sincerely thank each of you for your participation - whether it is by participating in the CSA, volunteering at weed and feed or just dropping in to share some encouragement.
Sadly, we need to inform you that Kevin and Sandra have decided to retire as farm managers at Shared Harvest. We are so very thankful for all they have achieved over the past ten years. We have watched and learned as they created strong community through food, music and their selfless beautiful personalities. We are sad to see them go, but are very grateful that they will continue to offer their invaluable knowledge and experience in an advisory role to Shared Harvest. We wish Kevin and Sandra the best as they embark on new community building adventures.
For 2020, it is with great pleasure that we welcome James Farry as Shared Harvest’s manager. James has been an active participant at Shared Harvest since its inception: as a co-op student, summer student, and graduate from the DREAM program in 2014. James went on to attend Guelph University where he graduated with an honours degree in Organic Agriculture. He is now very enthusiastic to return to Shared Harvest to share his experience and knowledge with the community.
This year Shared Harvest will offer 20 weeks of produce from June 6th to October 24th 2020. The cost will be $600 for a full share ($30 per week) and $400 for a smaller basket ($20 per week). The exact same baskets will be offered at half price for Let’s Eat Right Dunnville participants (self-declared families who are unable to afford the regular price). Throughout the season, Shared Harvest will engage in fundraising activities to cover the costs of this program.
This season we will continue working on many activities to enrich the lives of our community and we will share that with you and seek your input once the preliminary planning has been done.
We thank you again in supporting the vision of creating a world where everyone has access to environmentally sustainable and socially responsible food. Through the ‘not for profit model’ of Shared Harvest Community Farm, we believe that our collective efforts can continue to benefit our natural environment and strengthen the fabric of our community.
Board of directors
Triple Bottom-line for Sustainability Inc.
Reza Kazemi Barbara Kazemi Alec Cowan Steve Cowan
The most important part of our farm is our mission, vision and the values that we teach and share
This is how we produce our vegetables. There is more to us than just certified organic
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