Farm Share Information 2020


Update August 6, 2020:  We can take a few more people for the farm share.  To get on the list, please go ahead and sign up

We have a full choice display at The Warehouse Market for Farm Share pick up.  The location is 2867 Isleville St in North-End Halifax (map at bottom of post). 

  • Small Share $22.73/week, $500 for the season.
  • Large Share $29.55/week, $660 for the season.
  • It will run for 22 weeks: June 3 – Oct 31
  • Pick up times: Wednesday to Friday 11am-6pm, Saturday 9am- 4pm. *Please note, these times may have to change depending on Health directives*

This location has several advantages.  The biggest, for us, is that it is most likely to be permanent for at least 5 years.  Also, it is close to the McKay Bridge and Bedford Highway.  We will have an indoor space with a huge garage door open to the sunshine.  The display will be out of the wind and rain. 

We work collaboratively  with Afishionado, who sells sustainable seafood, and Holdanca Farm (Duynisveld family) who sells pastured meats and eggs.  We will have all these healthy, local foods in one place and we’re psyched to be working with other producers.

To be honest, we make a lot of farm investments at the beginning of the growing season, like seeds, staff, equipment and infrastructure maintenance.  The sooner we get farm share payments, the better.  But we don’t require payment as soon as you sign up.

Prices: Large shares are $660, small shares are $500 for the season.  If this is not practical, we offer a payment plan option (below).

Large share ($660) By June 1: $220 By July 1: $220 By Sept 1: $220
Small share ($500) By June 1: $180 By July 1: $180 By Sept 1: $140

If you are going to miss a week’s pick up, we suggest you offer it to a friend or relative to pick up.  Or we can arrange to donate it to people in need for you.

Payment: There are two ways to pay for your farm share,

  1. Email transfer to with auto-deposit
  2. Cheques to Abundant Acres, 182 Red Bank Rd Centre Burlington NS B0N 2A0

We will only give refunds if you let us know ahead that you want to cancel for the rest of the season.  The payment is for a season of produce.  The value will change week to week, generally increasing as the season progresses.

What do I get?  Most of the vegetables are from Abundant Acres, and the potatoes are from other certified organic farms in the Maritimes.  Any other vegetables, if we need them, are brought in from other certified organic farms in NS, NB, or PEI.  When it is available, fruit comes from our farm or local farms near us.  We buy no-spray or low-spray fruit whenever possible.  Rhubarb, strawberries, cherries, blueberries, melons, apples, and pears are expected to be included this year.

Small Shares get 6 items per week, including 1 fruit item (in season).  Large Shares get 9 items per week, including 1 fruit item.

rhitomatoesOnce you sign upwe will keep you informed via our weekly newsletter, starting at the end of May.

We have always wanted the farm to be a place where people from all walks of life can share life’s simple pleasures of good food and community.  We want this relationship to be mutually beneficial, providing connection to the land, the farmers that work it, and the ever-changing abundance it brings forth.

We hope this vision resonates with you.  We appreciate each one of you who has supported us so far, and look forward to many more years of sharing the farm(s) with you.

Sign up here

Need more information?  Don’t hesitate to call or email.


Jen Greenberg, AbundantAcres

182 Red Bank Rd. Centre Burlington NS B0N 2A0 902.757.1640 or 902.817.1986


11 thoughts on “Farm Share Information 2020

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  2. Hi, just wondering about your packs. I am inserted in possibly signing up but would like more information. Could you give me an example of what might be in a box? I understand it changes based on what is seasonal but I’m looking for a rough idea.

    • In the spring, the packs are mostly greens with carrots, radish and green onions and other veggies as they ripen. Since we have eight greenhouses, we start harvesting warm season crops like tomatoes, melons and peppers several weeks earlier than normal.

      We try to give a good value, our customers tell us it is certainly a better deal than the Farmer’s market if comparing to organic vendors.

      The amount is enough to feed two or three adults who eat a lot of veggies.

      If you have further questions, feel free to call us or email again.

  3. Do you have smaller pacs suitable for single seniors. I live in a small apartment so storage is a problem. I have signed up, I would use the Victoria Park pick up.

    • Hi Anne, We do not offer smaller packs. Some people share their packs with a friend or relative. Another option is you could come to the pick up at Victoria Park on Thursdays from 4-6pm and buy produce/eggs from the side-table. Why don’t you drop by this Thursday and check it out? Cheers, Jen

  4. Omg. I received my first produce pack yesterday. It contained more than I expected. Wonderful produce! I have some lettuce at every meal.bits the best I ever tasted. I’m so glad I signed up. Go friends go!

  5. We used to get your packs and picked up in Bedford. Just wondering if you still offer substitutes for some products (like radishes which I’m allergic to), or would we just leave them out of our box. We pretty well love everything else.

    • Hi Lynn, Thanks for getting in touch! We lay out all the items, market style, and you choose your 6 or 8 items (depending if you have a small or large share). No worries about radishes! Jen

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