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Garden Nostalgia – Frisch Farms Vancouver Urban Music Project

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2017 CSA Veggie Box in Kitsilano

2017 CSA Veggie Box grown in Kitsilano and Dunbar!

We are flexible with our veggie box delivery and offer 4 ‘anytime’ boxes for 150$.

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Frisch Farms Delivery Zone 2017

We will provide a reusable shopping bag for your veggies.

The CSA veggie box can be redeemed anytime from March-October (depending on weather). This is more flexible for customers.   If you would like more than 4, then you can simply purchase another 4 box CSA share anytime.
We harvest and deliver veggies that are fresh in season and range from salad greens, tomatoes, select fruit, legumes, squashes, herbs etc. If you like more portions of one veggie, then that is possible too, just let us know.
Most CSA members just send a text message a few days before delivery date with some time options. Then we head to the gardens and pick what is freshest and then deliver within 30 mins on bicycle. You will receive a text message confirming delivery # and a list of the veggies for your convenience. Recipes for different dishes are also included with delivery!
If you want to directly impact your community, then this is the best way. Eat real local.
Thank you very much and I hope to hear from you soon.
Gabriel  – Urban Farmer – Frisch Farms Vancouver
Email: Frischfarms@gmail.com
604-785-6463 Direct Line 7am-11pm

Quinoa Plant in Vancouver

Quinoa Plant in Vancouver

This is a very colourful quinoa plant near harvest time. September 2013. Vancouver, Canada.

Frisch Farms – First Garden Dig 2013

Frisch Farms - First Garden Dig 2013

Starting the laborious task of digging up some of the roots from a hidden tree stump amongst trailing blackberry bushes and ivy in one of our new gardens for 2013!
It is still a little early, but I am eager!
Thanks to our volunteer, Eri for helping to cut back some of blackberry bush and ivy to clear some way for a garden!

Dirt from the dig.

Dirt from the dig.

Close up of the blackberry stems.  Very sharp so use heavy duty gloves for handling these!

Close up of the blackberry stems. They are very sharp so use heavy duty gloves when doing anything with this plant other than taking a picture!