652 Sieber Rd Burk's Falls Ontario
(705) 382-3561

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Sunday, December 10 2023
Midlothian Valley Farm
Farm Memberships
Starting at $200 to $600
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Midlothian Valley Farm will be in it’s 11th growing season. We have had the pleasure of growing vegetables and fruit organically for 10 years. During those years we have watched the soil change to ideal conditions to grow nutritious food, following organic, sustainable and regenerative growing practices. A farm layout has been drawn for the 7 acres, mapping this years crop rotation and tentative seed and plant quantities needed for 2020 harvest.

The environment around food production has changed over the past 10 years with not much support to the smaller food growers such as our farm. It is the small farms that will sustain a community in challenging times. Given the current political and environmental atmosphere we might be in for some interesting times.

A membership to our farm reflects your commitment to our local, organic production of produce and other organic value added food products. We offer a membership to help us offset some of the initial farming cost of seeds, greenhouse set up and production.

A membership to our farm will guarantee us an acceptable marketing method given the current changing environment surrounding food production and distribution.

A membership to our farm will guarantee that your box and order if of first priority over other distribution methods.

If you are in agreement now is the time to support our farm through a Farm Membership Program. Now, more than ever we need your support to keep Midlothian Valley Farm growing an abundance of vegetables and fruit.

Farm Memberships are available starting at $200 to $600.
(The membership period would typically run from Mid May to Mid October.)


BOX PROGRAM
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This year we are offering a box program. Each box will be approximately $25.00 in value for pick up. Pick up will be available at the North Bay Farmer's Market Summer Season on Saturdays and Huntsville on Thursdays. Pick up will be available at the farm in Burk’s Falls on Saturday and Sundays or by appointment. We also will offer home delivery of boxes if requested.

You will also receive a list of other organic produce and grocery items we offer to add to your box at additional cost.



First planting: (Early May should be available Mid May)


Spinach, Green onions, lettuce - spring mix, young kale Wild harvest ramps and will return to fresh shitake mushrooms Also available at this time is seeds and bedding plants - tomatoes, peppers, leeks, squashes, kale etc.

FOOD BOX: Asparagus, green onions, rhubarb, spinach, mint wild leeks and kale

Mid June


Spinach, Green onions, lettuce - spring mix, young kale, mint, chives, oregano, lovage, rhubarb, fresh shitake mushrooms, garlic scapes and young garlic. Last offering of bedding plants - tomatoes, peppers, leeks, squashes, kale etc.

FOOD BOX: Asparagus, green onions, rhubarb, spinach, mint, wild leeks and kale

End of June


Spinach, Green onions, lettuce - spring mix, young kale, mint, chives, oregano, lovage, rhubarb, mustard greens, beet greens, chard, young zucchini, fresh shitake mushrooms, radishes Last offering of garlic scapes and young garlic

July


Spinach, Green onions, lettuce - spring mix, young kale, mint, chives, oregano, lovage, mustard greens, beet greens, chard, young zucchini, fresh shitake mushrooms, arugula, bok choy, basil, young beets, young carrots, fennel bulb, parsley, lemon balm, rosemary, radishes Last offerring of rhubarb

FOOD BOX: Basil, baby bok choy, garlic scapes, lettuce green leaf, green onins red radish, mint, kale, spinach and lovage

August


Arugula, Basil, Beets Beans - yellow, green, purple, Bok Choy baby, Broccoli, Carrots bunched, Cilantro, Chard, green, Cucumbers, Garlic bulbs, Green onions, Kale - green, black red, Kolarabi Lettuce, green leaf, Lettuce, red leaf, Mustard greens, Oregano,Parsley, Potatoes, new, Rosemary, Spinach, Tomatoes, Zucchini green, Zucchini Yellow, red, white and purple radishes

FOOD BOX: Beans yellow or green, broccoli, beets bunched, cucumbers, lettuce green leaf, mint, green onions and chard.

September


Arugula, Basil, Beets Beans - yellow, green, purple, Bok Choy baby, Broccoli, Carrots bunched, Cilantro, Chard, green, Cucumbers, Garlic bulbs, Green onions, Kale - green, black red, Kolarabi Lettuce, green leaf, Lettuce, red leaf, Mustard greens, Oregano,Parsley, Potatoes, new, Rosemary, Spinach, Tomatoes, Zucchini green, Zucchini Yellow, red, white and purple radishes, Peppers, jalapeno, Peppers, chilli, Squash, Butternut Squash, Delicata, Squash, Kombucha, Squash, Buttercup Squash, Vegetable Marrow, Squash, Acorn, Squash, Red Kuri Squash, Spaghettie, Tomatoes, Turmeric,Turnips, Rutabaga

FOOD BOX: Beans – yellow or green, beets, cucumbers broccoli, cabbage carrots, celery, lettuce and green onions.

October


Arugula, Beets , Bok Choy baby, Broccoli, Carrots bunched, Cilantro, Chard, green, Garlic bulbs, Green onions, Kale - green, black red, Kolarabi, Lettuce, green leaf, Lettuce, red leaf, Mustard greens, Parsley, Potatoes, new, Rosemary, Spinach, Tomatoes, , red, white and purple radishes, Leeks Peppers, jalapeno, Peppers, chilli, Squash, Butternut Squash, Delicata, Squash, Kombucha, Squash, Buttercup Squash, Vegetable Marrow, Squash, Acorn, Squash, Red Kuri Squash, Spaghettie, Tomatoes, Turmeric,Turnips, Rutabaga

FOOD BOX: Beets, cabbage, carrots, kale, leeks, green onions, peppers, red radish, potatoes new, and squash.


We based the lists on last year production. We might also have some new and unusual veges.
It all depends on weather, but we do believe another dry, hot year is predicted which is preferred over cool and wet.