Mount Wolfe Farm offers a year-round service for people who are interested in locally and ecologically grown food. Using non-certified organic and regenerative farming practises, we grow a wide variety of summer & winter vegetables. Our flock of organically-fed pastured laying hens provides eggs as a perfect compliment to the CSA share.
Beyond vegetables and eggs, we also provide members with a selection of foodstuffs produced by our network of local farmers and producers to bring you a wider range of groceries than most CSA programs. In addition to all the bounty of our farm, members have access grass-fed beef, pastured chicken, responsibly farmed trout, tender fruit, apples, prepared meals, cider, microgreens, honey, maple syrup, preserves, dry beans, dry soups, baked goods, flour, soy candles, zero-waste home care products, handmade soaps, natural bodycare products, and more.
CSA members come to the farm on Fridays between 3:30 pm and 6:30 pm during the summer months to collect their share. During the summer and fall seasons (from May to October), when the market gardens are bountiful, CSA pick-ups are weekly.
During the winter and spring seasons (Thanksgiving to March) CSA pickups change to every second week. And when the weather turns cold we deliver, within the Greater Caledon Area, directly to your front door.
Upon joining, we’ll create a pre-loaded account for you on our Localline CSA members pricelist. Each week, you can order your basic CSA basket and ‘shop’ for any extra veggies, foodstuffs, meats, eggs, homestuffs, fresh flowers etc. that draws down on the funds you’ve prepaid.
If you use up your CSA funds before the end of your membership, extra can be purchased at any time.
Sorauren Farmers’ Market
50 Wabash Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 1N2
To be picked up Mondays 3pm-7pm
$2896.00 • 33 pickups
Designed for medium to large families and/or couples who love to cook and eat a lot of veggies! Plus 1000 foodstuff points to ‘shop’ from our wide variety of local products. Summer pickups are on the farm and will transition to home delivery Thanksgiving to March.
Starts May 5th, 2023. Pickups are bi-weekly in May, weekly from June to Thanksgiving, bi-weekly mid-October to end of March.
Payment can be made in the full amount, in two instalments of $1458, or in four instalments of $734.
$1425.00 • 16 pickups
Perfect for the smaller household (1-2 people), the Full Year Half Share provides the same quantity and selection per pickup as the Full Year membership, with half the number of pickups over the year. Plus 500 foodstuff points to ‘shop’ from our wide selection of local products. Pickups are every two weeks from May to October on the farm, transitioning to monthly home deliveries Thanksgiving to March.
Starts either on May 5th or May 19th, bi-weekly from June to Thanksgiving, monthly from mid-October to end of March.
Payment can be made for the full amount, in two instalments of $722.50, or four instalments of $366.25.
$1457 • 21 pickups
From the earliest salad greens to full-on harvest time, this is the best of our bounty. Plus 310 foodstuff points to ‘shop’ from our wide variety of local products. Perfect for families with kids and/or lots of summer visitors! Pickups are weekly.
Starts on May 5th and runs up to and including Thanksgiving.
Payment can be made in full, two instalments of $738.50 or four instalments of $374.25
$852 • 11 pickups
All the same fresh, in-season choices as a Full Summer Share and half the number of pickups over the six months of summer. Plus 250 foodstuff points to ‘shop’ from our wide selection of local products. We deliver every two weeks right to your front doorstep (within the Great Caledon area).
Starts either May 5th or May 19th and runs to Thanksgiving.
Payment can be made in the full amount, or two instalments of $436.
$1244 • 12 pickups
A full selection of fresh and storage fall and winter vegetables for a medium household. Plus 450 ‘Wolfe Bucks’ to ‘shop’ from our wide variety of local products. Pick up every two weeks at the farm until the snow flies, then we deliver right to your front doorstep (within the Great Caledon area).
Starts October 13th 2023 and runs until March 15, 2024.
Payment can be made full, two instalments of $632, or four instalments of $321.
$622 • 6 pickups
As with the Winter membership, this option has a full selection of fresh and storage fall and winter vegetables for a smallish household. Plus 250 foodstuff Wolfe Bucks to ‘shop’ from our wide variety of local products. Pick up every two weeks at the farm until the snow flies, then we deliver right to your front doorstep (within the Great Caledon area).
Starts October 13th OR October 27th and runs to March 1st OR March 15th, 2023.
Payment can be made in full or two instalments of $321
Applies to Full Year, Full Year Half Share, Summer Share (limited number of workshare memberships still available for 2023)
Ecological farming at this scale can be a labour-intensive operation. Although Mount Wolfe Farm uses a tractor and various farm implements, hands-on tending to the crops and animals is always needed.
Every year, Mount Wolfe Farm offers a limited number of Workshare memberships. The workshare provides all the same food that is available to the various share options at a reduced price. Partially designed for young families and people with limited incomes, we offer this price break in exchange for your commitment to help our farm team produce healthy and tasty vegetables.
If you’re the kind of person who likes to get your hands dirty and wants to become involved in Mount Wolfe Farm’s operations, and if you’d like to save even more on your weekly grocery bill, then perhaps the workshare option is for you.
$490 discount for 35 hours of labour*
$890 discount for 60 hours labour*
*Hours to be completed over the entire term of your membership, not per week.
We recognize that many folks are losing access to outdoor spaces where they can take part in productive work together. We’d like to explore Workshare memberships with people and families who are interested in:
CSA Members can use points for chicken
Mount Wolfe Farm raises free-range chickens as an integral part of our soil-fertility and pest-management strategy.
The breed we raise are Frey’s Rustic Rangers. Our chickens are kept in three flocks of 50-60 birds, and each flock has free-range access to 10,000 square feet of fallow market garden plots. Over the course of four months, our chickens eat a diverse range of insects and plants, while fertilizing the fallow garden plots and improving them for the next growing season. At the end of their lives, we take the chickens to be slaughtered at Schefter Poultry Processors, an inspected facility near Harriston, Ontario. Whole chickens weigh on average 4–5 lbs. Chicken is also available in a range of cuts and is stored in freezers at our farm.
No matter which type of share you have, you can use your points to get chicken! On pickup-day there will be a selection of chicken cuts available, while supplies last. Each package will have a point-value so it’s as easy as picking out your preferred cut/size and adding it to your basket.