Our weekly veggie boxes are designed to give you the best of what the farm has to offer every week. We pre-plan our crop schedule to ensure there is a wide variety of vegetables throughout the season and we harvest at peak ripeness so you can enjoy maximum freshness and flavour. The 2019 CSA program is 17 week starting Wednesday, June 19 and ending Wednesday, October 9. The boxes are $23 each/week and pick up is on Wednesdays from 2-6pm at Inside U's new location at 79 Montclair Dr in Woodstock.
NEW for 2019:
Inside U is moving to a new location: 79 Montclair Drive in Woodstock.
The 2019 CSA program is shortened to 17 weeks.
Pick up is on Wednesday.
2019 CSA PROGRAM DETAILS
1. Your name
2. Phone number and email address
3. $150 down payment via one of the following:
credit card payment online
email transfer sent to
cheque made out to Bentum Family Farm mailed to 565556 Towerline Road Woodstock ON N4S7W3
*the remainder of $241 is due the first day of the CSA program on June 19
*Registration is done on a first come, first served basis. Spots are confirmed when down payment is received.*
2019 CSA PROGRAM DATES
Wednesday, June 19 - Wednesday, October 9, 2019 (17 weeks)
*The start date is subject to change depending on the weather. A warm spring could mean an earlier start and a cold spring could mean a later start.
PICK UP DAYS/LOCATION
Wednesdays from 2-6pm at Inside U's new location at 79 Montclair Drive in Woodstock
$391 for the full 17 week season ($23/week)
PAYMENT PLAN OPTIONS
$391 full payment up front
$150 down payment upon registration pluys $241 due the first day of CSA pickup on June 19, 2019
What’s in a Box?
Your CSA box will contain a variety of over 35 types of vegetables throughout the season. Your box contents are determined by what’s available in each season: Spring is the leanest season with greens like lettuce, spinach, kale, radishes, hakurei turnips being common. Summer is bountiful with tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, sweet corn, broccoli, etc. Fall has a bounty of root vegetables and winter squash. In winter, fresh cold weather greens like kale, spinach and Asian greens, fresh carrots and leeks as well as stored root crops. You can expect that your spring box will be a little leaner than the abundant summer months. We’ve accounted for that in the price of the share so it all balances out
Your CSA boxes are pre-packed but we have a couple of options to give you a little more choice:
Each week at the pick up location we have a ‘Swap Box’ filled with a variety of vegetables. If there’s something you don’t want in your box, simply put it in the swap box and take out an item you’d rather have.
Veggies for Sale at Inside U
You can buy extra veggies from Inside U to supplement your CSA box. We will stock fresh veggies every other day at Inside U's new location!
Missed Pick Up
We understand that you might be away on holidays, unable to pick up your box or may just need a break one week. If you’re not able to pick up your box, please notify us at least 24 hours in advance of your pick up time to so we can arrange an alternate pickup for you. When you notify us in advance, your options for the week(s) you are away are:
1. You can miss your box the week you’re away and get a double share the previous or following week.
2. You can have a friend or family member pick up your box the week you are away.
3. You can forgo your usual veggie box and get bulk items like potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, garlic, etc instead when you are back.
If you forget to pick up your box it will stay at Inside U overnight until the next day and you can pick it up there anytime. After that day it will be donated.
If you miss making your payment by the due date, we reserve the right to withhold your box until payment is received.
Due to the unpredictable nature of farming (bugs, extreme weather, etc), we cannot guarantee that all of the crops we plant will be available. We do not offer refunds but we will do our best to make sure you are happy with the crops that are available. By becoming a CSA member you are stating that you understand and agree to the risk associated with this type of farming.