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There was nothing in Francis Madore's urban Montreal childhood to indicate that he would one day grow up to cultivate the land. 
Do you get a weekly organic veggie basket from one of our family farmers? You should be proud of yourself. Here's why. 
"I had two grandparents who were farmers. I used to spend my vacations with them. I also had an uncle who set up his own farm and another who took over my grandfather's farm. Honestly, I felt as though I was destined to to this," says Jean-Philippe Poussard, who, although only in his 20s, has already amassed extensive experience as an organic farmer.
Come celebrate the first summer delivery of organic baskets to the Maison du développement durable. There will be: music food La Récolte will provide a cooking demonstration, creating tasty nibblies from the first baskets of the season from the farm du Coq à l'Âne. In parc Hydro-Québec, adjacent to the Maison du développement durable (at 50 Ste-Catherine St. West,...
Why sign up for organic baskets? Discover Équiterre’s solution to offer you year-round access to local and organic vegetables while also supporting the local family farmers in your area. Savour the flavour of freshly picked vegetables every week, delivered near your home or place of work. Enjoy a variety of vegetables and the joy of eating in season. With no synthetic...
The family farmers in our community supported agriculture (CSA) network are taking orders for the summer season of deliveries. 
Authenticity in every basket, that's how idée BIO! magazine describes the work of family farmer François Tanguay, co-owner of Les Jardins du petit tremble in the Montérégie. Find out how this product of a suburban childhood became a proponent of organic agriculture. According to the article, some of the credit for François's love of nature must go to his father, who kept a...
On display in different shops at the Jean-Talon Market: Twelve Vincenzo D'Alto photos of farms in Equiterre's community supported agriculture (CSA) network. D'Alto's photos capture both the demands of life on the farm and the beauty of country living. Equiterre launched its farmer's basket program more than 15 years ago. It enables citizens to become partners in a farm by...
On display in different shops at the Atwater Market: Twelve Vincenzo D'Alto photos of farms in Equiterre's community supported agriculture (CSA) network.  D'Alto's photos capture both the demands of life on the farm and the beauty of country living. Equiterre launched its farmer's basket program more than 15 years ago. It enables citizens to become partners in a farm by...