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Who We Are

Salt & Harrow is a 32 acre organic farm growing over 50 varieties of vegetables, fruits, legumes and herbs with a small flock of heritage breed hens for eggs. We are a resident of the Southlands Community Farmland, located in Boundary Bay, on Greater Vancouver's Southern peninsula in the Tsawwassen First Nation Territory. We work to provide local customers with a full vegetarian diet of artisan quality organic fruits and vegetables. We hope our food is a reflection of the place in which it is grown and the joy we take in growing it. By caring for the soil we strive to produce nourishing food, made by land, healthy soil, and hard working farmers.

Accepting New Members for the 2022 Season!

As part of our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, Salt & Harrow Farm has a more dyed in the wool way of doing things. One price, all your food. Our members purchase a discounted ``share`` of the farm, early in the season, and are in turn provided with a full choice of an unlimited amount of certified organic produce each week. Yes, you read that right, our members can choose any and all of the veggies they want each week! For our smaller families, we also offer a pre-selected Farmer's Choice share, perfect for 1-2 vegetable loving adults or a small family. Pick-ups are at your local farmers market in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. Join us this season to fill up your shopping bags with fresh organic fruit & vegetables, share new recipes, learn about how and what we grow, and hear about all the ups and downs of the farm. We also offer a Restaurant/Retail Supported Agriculture Share(RSA) for those who would like to receive a 10% discount by purchasing early in the season. RSA shares must be purchased by March 1st for the upcoming season.

The Farmer's Choice Farm Share

Save 5% Before April 1st

Retail / Restaurant Shares Available Now

Save 10% on Orders Before March 1st

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