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Registration for pick-ups starting in May will be live in the very near future!


Everdale's Harvest Share program is like a vegetable subscription. Subscribers can visit our community teaching farm on a regular basis to choose the fruits/vegetables that suit your household's needs. We often have other items available for purchase in the store as well (eggs, meat, preserves, bread, coffee, etc). Please be sure to read the Full Details Package (linked below) before registering for a share.  

Before proceeding with selecting a share size and number of pick-ups below, you must review the PDF package linked below so you are aware of all the details of your share. Details from the previous registration period shown below for reference.

On-farm pick-up share

Harvest Share Registration

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Registration for Shares starting in May will be online very soon! Check back often!

Free trial week! $30 value

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  • Near and Natural: Grades 4-12
    Students discover the nutritional, environmental and socio-economic benefits of eating local food. As well, they learn how to source local food, what foods are in season and how to preserve the bounty for year-round enjoyment
  • Market Garden Magic: Grades K-3
    How do you grow a healthy, delicious vegetable? This workshop allows students to follow the magical journey of their food. The day begins by learning what healthy soil is and why it’s important for plants. From there, it’s on to the greenhouse to discover what plants need to grow and thrive. Then it’s on to the fields where students learn all about the different parts of plants and plant functions. They may even get a chance to harvest and taste some market-ready vegetables.
  • Soil Detectives: Grades K-3
    How are we connected to the soil? Students learn the answer to this as they become more familiar with the roles that time, wind, water, micro-organisms, light and heat play on soil health. They also explore how humans can contribute to the health of soil and why that is so important.
  • Farmer for a Day: Grades K-12
    This workshop gives students an integrated farm experience that focuses on seasonal activities. No two days on the farm are ever the same and each season brings different priorities. Students will don their farmer hats and help out with farm chores, discover what’s in season in the fields and participate in related seasonal activities.
  • Field Work on the Farm: Grades 9-12
    Students learn about ecological agriculture while working alongside our farmers. This program is designed for the class that wants to dig deeper into field work (literally). We will explore the farm and participate in field work tasks. Students garner a better understanding of tools and farm systems.
  • Biological Farming: Grades 7-12
    Students examine first hand, different methods used to grow market garden vegetables sustainably. We will also trace products from the field to the marketplace, discuss crop rotation, erosion and compost.
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