How to Eat Local Ontario Produce All Winter Long with Forsythe Farms CSA

Living in Ontario we enjoy plenty of beautiful weather and gorgeous scenery, but one downside is the short growing season!

When fresh-from-the-field produce isn’t readily available and farmer’s market season is over what are you supposed to do?

We all know what it’s like to experience a cold, Canadian winter: The days get shorter and the mercury continues to fall.

Who wants to go back out into the cold to run to the grocery store?

Don’t worry! From December to April, Forsythe Farms CSA offers frozen Ontario fruit and vegetable mixes, as well as fresh, greenhouse grown (never frozen!) fruits and vegetables. Even better – it’s delivered directly to your door!

For example, one Winter Share may include:

  • 2lbs of frozen Ontario broccoli, peas or green beans
  • 1lb of frozen Ontario strawberries, melon or peaches
  • 5 Ontario Honey Crisp apples
  • A selection of Ontario greenhouse tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, mushrooms etc..
  • A selection of Ontario beets, potatoes, carrots, celery root etc..
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Sign up HERE

You’ve also been supporting your local farmer all summer long, so what happens now?

We can keep this relationship going! Signing up for our winter share program ensures that we can keep on bringing you locally grown food that you can trust.


Instead of spending your money on food coming in from all different regions and countries – your dollars stay right here in our community, growing our local economy!

Follow this link to sign up for our Winter CSA season:
https://csa.farmigo.com/join/forsythefamilyfarm/wintershare16

Thank you for supporting local agriculture –
We look forward to spending the season with you!

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