GREY ARROW FARM
Young family farm growing delicious, no-spray vegetables and herbs through sustainable agriculture practices (in transition to becoming certified Organic). We are passionate about growing fresh, healthy produce and connecting with our customers!
We are a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm. Individuals sign up with our farm ahead of season (allowing for us to prepare), and then reap the benefits all summer long as you receive your weekly bundle of garden fresh produce-- straight from our farm to your table! Our CSA lasts for 12 weeks, from mid-July to the end of September, with options to include tasty local add-ons of free-range, natural fed, eggs, chicken or beef from our partners Herbert Family Farm, and honey from Wild Flower Bride Farms.
Our signups also include the unique option for customers to participate in Garden Time for those who like getting their hands dirty. Customers can come experience firsthand how their food is grown while taking in the beautiful surroundings here at Grey Arrow Farm.
We love getting to know our customers, and sharing our passion for quality, local grown, delicious food!
WHERE CAN YOU PURCHASE OUR PRODUCTS
Our CSA shares can be purchased through our website: http://greyarrowfarm.ca/
‘Market Saturdays’ here at the farm throughout the summer (dates advertised ahead on social media through our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/greyarrowfarm and Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/greyarrowfarm). Check for details.
Delicious, no-spray vegetables and herbs grown through sustainable agriculture practices. We'd love to meet you!
Here's our summer 2019 lineup:
Carrots, peas, beans, beets, swiss chard, spinach, lettuces, cucumbers, onions, green onions, leeks, kohlrabi, summer squash, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes, kale, peppers, radishes, celery, garlic, potatoes, parsnips, winter squash, and a large variety of herbs.
June - October
HAVE A QUESTION?
Phone: 780-672-2142 (call or text)
Address: 48037 Range Road 205 (Just 12 minutes north of Camrose)