Persephone Market Garden


 2020 CSA sign-up is open!

New this year, we are using Harvie for fully customized shares!

More information here and sign-up here.

Want to grow your own veggie garden this year?

Need a little help figuring out how?

Check out our online workshops...

Covid-19 Update

We are open and plan to increase production this season, in order to meet the needs of our community. We are working to have the first vegetables available late May/early June. These will be available on Eat Local Grey Bruce and through our on-line Farm Stand. Our CSA (weekly share of vegetables) will start in mid June, once we have a good variety of veg for our members.

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We are...

a small, family farm that grows veggies, lots of trees, 3 small kids and big dreams about regenerating soils, ecosystems and communities. 

We strive to grow food that is good, clean & fair (inspired by Slow Food)! Good; grown to be delicious and nutritious. Clean; grown in a way that protects natural resources, the farmer's health and eater's health. Fair; affordable for the eater and a living wage for the farmer.

 We grow more than 35 types of vegetables, which you can get through our CSA program, at select local restaurants and through Eat Local Grey Bruce. We also have grassfed lamb available throughout the autumn and winter, along with fleeces for fibre arts in spring.

  Since 2017, we have hosted a farm day camp, operated by At Last Forest Schools. And in September 2019, we launched a farm school!


We live at the base of the beautiful Bruce Peninsula and acknowledge that this is the traditional territory of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation.