Intro to our CSA

Sign-up for the season is open

We will be at both the Clarenville Farmers Market and St. John's Farmers Market starting in early June with greenhouse crops, transplants, compost, seeds and much more!

Pricing for this years CSA is as follows;


- single share $325   (enough for 1 person for the season)

- double share $500  (enough for 2 people for the season)
- family share $900   (enough for a family of four)


Full details can be found on the second page of the contract linked to in the right hand column ->


Here at Eastport Organics we grow a wide variety of vegetables. The CSA subscription is a way for our regular customers to ensure they have a steady supply of organic, pesticide / fungicide / herbicide & GMO-free fresh local vegetables. The CSA subscriptions also helps us financially through the first part of our season with seed costs, heating and lighting as well as labour costs (a lot goes into getting that food to your plate).


What is a CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, and is a system of farming that has been around the US and Europe for about twenty years. A CSA system has the customer pay the farmer up front for produce that will be delivered over the growing season, and was developed primarily to assist small farms in the distribution of income throughout the year. By paying up front the customer is entering into a contract with the farmer, and taking on some of the risk. The customer trusts the farmer that the food will be there throughout season, and is helping out with early season cash flow. As with all forms of farming, there are inherent risks involved in small-scale market farming. Poor weather, insect outbreaks and labour issues can all contribute to a poor harvest just as good weather, healthy crops and willing helpers can lead to a bountiful harvest. The CSA helps the farmer mitigate the risks of a poor year, as well as share the benefits of the good years.

Our CSA
In our CSA we aim for 11 bi-weekly offerings of vegetables made throughout the season (roughly between late May and late October), with each bi-weekly delivery containing a mixture of salad greens, fresh herbs and other seasonal produce made ready for customers in easy to store bundles.

How does it work?
We deliver bi-weekly to local farmers' markets. We will also make the orders available for on-farm pick-up at our farm stand located next to the Heritage Centre in Eastport.

Custom packages for Peninsula seasonal residents, grocery stores & restaurants
We offer custom CSA packages for our local areas seasonal residents as well as commercial sized CSA's to grocery stores & restaurants. We operate these agreements on a one-on-one basis. Please contact us to explore the possible options.

Payment options
We accept either cash of email money transfers. Contact us for further details on all the payment options. We also accept volunteer time in trade for food.