“At the Roulant’s Farm, we are a team of young farmers passionate about growing organic vegetable. We feel privileged to produce food on the island of Montreal and to share it with you! Every day at the farm is a genuine pleasure.”
– Julien and Virginie, your farmers.
Always wanted to subscribe to CSA baskets but couldn’t commit to a full season? Here’s your chance! Subscribe to the fall organic basket program with the Ferme du Roulant: root vegetables, garlic, onions, greens, tomatoes, and more to enjoy this colourful season. Join now!
Total price for fall baskets
Weekly basket: $335.70
Bi-weekly basket: $195.70
To subscribe to the subsidized baskets, contact your farmers and the Roulant team by email.
What’s a CSA share?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is based on the mutually beneficial relationship between you and your farmer. By paying for your weekly share of the harvest at the beginning of the season, farmers can purchase seed, materials and provide a fair wage for their employees. In return, farmers commit to growing a diversity of certified organic vegetables for farm members!
Our solidarity model
To increase accessibility to our CSA over different income brackets, we created a solidarity model. Farm members pay $ 9.00/ basket for their share and this surplus goes towards subsidized CSA shares for low-income individuals and families, and increased organic produce for our meal-on-wheels program.
A tax receipt will be made out for farm subscribers registered for the regular Baskets.
Santropol Roulant’s farm is part of the Family Farmers Network, also called Le Réseau des Fermiers de Famille, which is a network of over 100 organic farms in Quebec. Together we support local, organic and sustainable agriculture that is rooted in the community and connected to its clients.
The vegetables in our basket are certified organic by Ecocert Canada and come almost exclusively from our farm in Senneville. The variety changes throughout the season, and baskets are always overflowing with freshness and diversity of produce.