Knuckle Down Farm is a small-scale organic market garden sitting on a quiet back-channel of the Trent River. We grow over fifty varieties of vegetables, herbs, and flowers with care and mostly hand tools.
Our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shares give you a direct connection to the local farm where your vegetables are grown, and with the farmer who grows them. They also give you fresh, delicious, organic produce all summer. Weekly veggie shares can be picked-up from the farm near Stirling, Frankford, & Campbellford, or from a pick-up spot in Toronto’s West End.
Knuckle Down Farm is a small-scale organic market garden sitting on a quiet back-channel of the Trent River. We grow over fifty varieties of vegetables, herbs, and flowers with care and mostly hand tools. Established in 2012, Knuckle Down started on land borrowed at reroot organic farm. In 2014 we moved to our very own farm near Frankford, Campbellford, and Stirling Ontario.
Jenny took a somewhat circuitous route to farming. Helping out at a friend’s farm on a cold, rainy day, she realized that despite being exhausted, shivering, and covered in mud she was happier than when at a desk. Her academic background in Environmental Studies (B.E.S.) and Environmental Design (M.E.Des.) made the decision to farm organically an obvious one and she has been doing so full-time since 2010.
Spring, Summer and Fall you can find us at the Dufferin Grove Organic Farmers’ Market in Toronto every Thursday between 3pm and 7pm.
From May to October you will also find Kate at the Campbellford Farmers’ Market every Saturday from 8am till noon.
We might not be at the Campbellford Market this year. Sorry! 🙁