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Welcome to Biopol farm

Certified organic by Ecocert Canada

About UsOur CSA Baskets

Our Vegetables

You want to eat fresh, local and organic vegetables? Register for a CSA basket in 2018. You can also meet us at our different selling points.

We grow over 30 kinds of vegetables: leafy greens such as arugula, spinach, lettuce, mesclun, bok choi, kale and chard, root crops like carrots, beets, potatoes, parsnip, garlic and onions, and favourites such as tomatoes, bell peppers, hot peppers, eggplants, zucchini, cucumbers, herbs… as well as flowers and more!

2018 vegetable list

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Our Baskets

Community supported agriculture (CSA) is a way to support local agriculture and to create links between consumers and small farms around them. It ensures fresh and high quality vegetables for consumers. To partner up with the farm, you buy a share of the crop and become a member, thereby by helping the farm’s cash flow early in the season.

We offer three types of memberships:

Classic basket

Classic
$20

A selection of 7 to 10 fresh vegetables each week.

$360 for the season

Classic
$30 per delivery

A selection of 10 to 12 fresh vegetables each week.

$540 for the season

Build your own basket

(online selection)

 You build your basket online. A few weeks before delivery, you are notified by email to check out the week’s vegetable selection. Choose the variety and amount of vegetables you want, on Maferme.ca

This option is available as a $360 or $540 commitment for the season.

Market membership

(purchase at the Farmer’s market)

Similar to a gift card, subscribe online and choose your vegetables each week at the Farmer’s market in Hudson. The value of each week’s purchase will be deducted from your credit on Maferme.ca

This option is available as a $360 or $540 commitment for the season.

Basket season covers 18 weeks, from June to October.

About Ferme Biopol

Max and Julie dreamed of one day farming the family farm, where Julie grew up. A concrete opportunity to start this business comes by, and Julie, Max and their two young children move into the family house earlier than expected, in June 2014.

Max is from Colombia and completed graduate studies in geology outside Canada. Julie completed graduate studies in agrology also outside Canada – indeed, they met in the Brazilian Amazon.

To try his hand at vegetable farming, Max completed an internship at Les jardins Carya in Senneville in 2014. Thanks to the experience of Ramzy and Alex, this internship represented a great networking opportunity for starting up our farm.

Sign up today for a CSA basket in 2018

Don’t delay, we offer a limited number of baskets.