Boots 'n' Roots Permaculture Farm
Boots 'n' Roots - Where your food is homegrown the natural way using Permaculture techniques!
BNR is a beautiful farm in Chemainus, BC, and is dedicated to growing and raising food as sustainably and naturally as possible. We grow many different vegetables, fruits, herbs and berries.
Veggies - BNR is one of the only organic market garden farms in the Cowichan Valley that practices true Permaculture techniques. This is a step up from traditional organic, and is the most sustainable way to grow our food! We never use tractors or other heavy machinery, and practice a 'no till' method, where a lot of effort is put into creating a healthy soil food web - loaded with beneficial micro-organisms, fungi, and minerals. We make all our compost and fertilizers from scratch right here on the farm. Please feel free to come and ask lots of questions about how we grow!
Delivery to your door program! Delivery areas: Chemainus, Crofton, Ladysmith, Maple Bay, Duncan, Cowichan Bay, Cherry Point, Nanaimo and surrounding areas.
A few comments by CSA members :
I've been involved in other CSA programs over the years, and Crazy Dog Farm consistently provides the best value for my money each year. Always a great selection of veggies each week! Thank you,
What a tasty summer/fall of farm fresh veggies from Crazy Dog Farms.
A whole lot of learning – getting veggies that I had never seen or tried – then
finding out how to cook them.
It was exciting to see what veggies we would get each week.
I was sad to see the season end, but June will be here before we know and fresh
The variety and taste of fresh picked veggies is something everyone has to
Thank you Kelly for the good eats.
Last year was our first year participating in a CSA program. We were very happy with the amount of fresh veggies we received each week as well as the variety. It definitely pushed us to cook out of our comfort zone and taught us about eating in season. We're already anxious to receive our first bag of fresh veggies this year!
Consider donating to a local farm - funds used for infrastructure such as greenhouses, cloches, and fruit and berry plants. This helps local farms to contribute to the issue of sustainability, and will allow BNR to grow fresh, organic food all year 'round.