Fresh Vegetables for Sale From Your Neighbourhood Farm!

Black Creek Community Farm Harvest Share Programat 4929 Jane St, just south of Steeles Ave


 Harvest Share members picking up their food at the farm.

This spring Toronto’s first full scale organic farm was launched right here in the Jane-Finch neighborhood. One of the primary goals of the farm is to grow food for people who live and work in our community.

The Black Creek Community Farm Harvest Share program is for people who want access to a variety of fresh, local, organic produce. Harvest Share members pay at the beginning of the season and receive a share of the fresh fruits and vegetables every week of the harvest season. We believe that our Harvest Share program can deepen your connection with your food, your farmers and the land. As a Harvest Share member, Black Creek Community Farm becomes your farm.

 What is means to be a member:

  • You come to the farm each week to pick up your share of fresh produce

  • You chose from approx. 20-30 seasonal fruits and vegetables each week

  • You chose how many weeks you would like to pickup your share!

  • You choose a share size to suit your needs

  • You choose from take-what-you-need fresh herbs at no extra cost

  • You receive invitations to farm events and activities

The pick up location will be at the Black Creek Community Farm, 4929 Jane St , Toronto

  • Tuesdays from 3:30 to 7:00pm

  • Runs from June 25th to November 19th, 2013

Driftwood Good Food Market :Find us at the Driftwood Community Centre between 3:00 and 7:00 pm on Wednesdays from July to October.

Please note that our Harvest Share program is still accepting new members.

Link to a piece done by CTV:


Contact:Harvest Share Program Coordinator at or (416) 393-6381

From planting to harvest at Black Creek Community Farm May, June and July 2013

Visitors to the fundraising dinner for the non-profit Black Creek Community Farm on July 25th, 2013