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Meet your local farmers.

Shared Harvest is operated as a non-profit organization. Their mission is to provide the community with organic, environmentally sustainable, locally desirable, socially responsible produce. The collective of community volunteers, a farm manager, hired youth, and co-op students all share the same goal to create a world where all people have access to nutritious, environmentally sustainable, and fairly traded food.

This farm has been open since 2010 and they provide a weekly community-supported agriculture (CSA) produce box to the community. They sell a variety of different produce like cucumber, cabbage, mushrooms, avocado, garlic, broccoli, potatoes, apples, and much more. They offer a small share (5-7 items) and a large share (8-10 items), for ten weeks at the farm. The produce is meant to be sold at affordable prices. They also can make arrangements to provide discreet access to the produce for those that are experiencing food insecurity regardless of income.

You can also find Shared Harvest products at The Minga, owned by the same non-profit organization. This farm-to-table vegan café in Dunnville, provides nutritious fresh, and delicious baked goods, fair trade coffee, and plant-based lunches. The food and beverages offered are meant to improve the health of customers and the planet while being delicious and filling.

Sign up for the CSA program and enjoy a share of some of the freshest produce in the County this season and learn more about their mission and goals to better the community.

834 N Shore Dr.