Local Grains

Organic Grains

Grown in the

Fraser Valley

Established in 2009 as Urban Grains CSA, Cedar Isle Farm Organic Grains CSA

provides the Lower Mainland with locally produced grain and flour. The grain crops are all

grown and cared for at our family farm in Agassiz, B.C. and all our products are certified organic.

 

Cedar Isle Farm offers the following types of organic grain available

as flour or unmilled kernels (wheat berries):

 

Hard Red Spring / Winter (Bread) Wheat

Hard Red Wheat has a relatively high gluten

content that makes it suitable for making bread. It can also

be used in other baking recipes which call for ‘all purpose’ flour. 

Soft White Spring (Pastry) Wheat

Soft White Spring Wheat has a lower gluten

content, has a lovely flavor and is great for pastries,

muffins, cookies and general baking.

Traditional Rye

Rye is prized for use in sourdough breads

and classic European recipes.

Hull-less Oats

Hull-less Barley

Cold-Rolled and Steel-Crimped,

and as groats and kernels,

oats and barley are enjoyed in many ways,

oatmeal, risotto, pilaf, granola, and baking


Join our mailing list for news on future grain offers.

All Cedar Isle Farm products are certified organic by the BCARA

Community Supported Agriculture

Cedar Isle Farm Organic Grains uses the Community Supported Agriculture model.

A group of people pay a membership fee which entitles them to a share of the season’s harvest.

 

 The CSA model 

 

•  supports local small scale farming

 

•  fosters a strong community/farmer relationship

 

•  cultivates a dependable, local and sustainable food system

Share Prices

~ Full Share ~

$95.00

 

You will receive

Four -  packages

(up to 20kg)

of your choice of:

 

• Hard Red Spring/Winter Wheat

• Soft White Spring Wheat 

• Traditional Rye

• Hull-less Barley

• Hull-less Oats

Your choice of kernels, milled flour, or rolled

~ Half Share ~

$55.00

 

You will receive

Two - packages

(up to 10 kg) 

of your choice of:

 

• Hard Red Spring/Winter Wheat

• Soft White Spring Wheat 

• Traditional Rye

• Hull-less Barley

• Hull-less Oats

Your choice of kernels, milled flour, or rolled

Share Distribution

Members will receive their share of the harvest in Vancouver (or Agassiz) at a central distribution site and date — usually mid-October — that will be announced well in advance. 

By becoming a member of our CSA, you join a network of people supporting 

the small-scale production of certified organic grain right here in the Fraser Valley. 

Get Your Local Grains Today

~ Purchase a share ~

To purchase a share or half-share, please download and complete this registration form.

Then send your completed registration form, with payment (or receipt of confirmation of payment) to:

Cedar Isle Farm

3270 Chaplin Road

Agassiz, B.C.

V0M 1A2

We will send you an email to confirm your membership once we have received your completed 

registration form and payment.

Join our (infrequent) mailing list

Interested in news from our fields and CSA and Farmers Market updates?

 Also, at Cedar Isle Farm, we grow other crops for sale 

outside of the CSA including organic straw and hay.

Stay in touch with us by joining our mailing list for future developments.

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Hull-less Oats

Established in 2009 as Urban Grains CSA, Cedar Isle Farm Organic Grains CSA provides the Lower Mainland with locally produced grain and flour. The grain crops are all grown and cared for at our family farm in Agassiz, B.C. and all our products are certified organic.

Cedar Isle Farm offers the following types of organic grain available as flour, unmilled kernels (wheat berries), or rolled (oats):

Hard Red Spring/Winter

 (Bread) Wheat

Hard Red Wheat has a relatively high gluten content that makes it suitable for making bread. It can also be used in other baking recipes which call for ‘all purpose’ flour. 

Soft White Spring (Pastry) Wheat

Soft White Spring Wheat has a lower gluten content, has a lovely flavor and is great for pastries, muffins, cookies and general baking.

Traditional Rye

Rye is prized for use in sourdough breads and classic European recipes.

Hull-less Oats

Hull-less Barley

Cold-Rolled and Steel-Crimped,

and as groats and kernels,

oats and barley are enjoyed 

in many ways,

oatmeal, risotto, pilaf, granola, 

and baking. 


Join our mailing list for news on future grain offers.

 

Cedar Isle Farm Organic Grains uses the Community Supported Agriculture model.

A group of people pay a membership fee which entitles them to a share of the season’s harvest.

 The CSA model 

•  supports local small scale farming

•  fosters a strong community/farmer relationship

•  cultivates a dependable, local and sustainable food system

Share Distribution

Members will receive their share of the harvest in Vancouver (or Agassiz) at a central distribution site and date — usually mid-October — that will be announced well in advance.

By becoming a member of our CSA, you join a network of people supporting the small-scale production of certified organic grain right here in the Fraser Valley. 

To purchase a share or half-share, please download and complete this registration form.

Then send your completed registration form, with payment (or receipt of confirmation of payment) to:

We will send you an email to confirm your membership once we have received your completed registration form and payment.

Interested in news from our fields and CSA and Farmers Market updates?

 Also, at Cedar Isle Farm, we grow other crops for sale outside of the CSA including organic straw and hay.

Stay in touch with us by joining our mailing list for future developments.

Join our mailing list

For telephone inquiries, please call 604-796-0290

For telephone inquiries, please call 604-796-0290

For telephone inquiries, please call

604-796-0290

For telephone inquiries, please call

604-796-0290

Organic Grains

Grown in the

Fraser Valley

Find out this year's share details in the registration form.

Find out this year's share details in the registration form.

Where to find

our grains 

at Farmers Markets 

and in communities

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