The Network

Farmer harvesting organic vegetables

One of the biggest network of organic farms

Today, the Network brings together more than 130 organic farms in Quebec and New Brunswick, feeding more than 20,000 families every year (which amounts to nearly 60,000 people), as well as numerous partners who provide convenient basket pickup points.

Farm of the Family Farmers Network

Our farms

The Family Farmers Network is a network of produce and livestock farms that promotes community-supported organic farming through an organic basket distribution program.

The Family Farmers Network is an exemplary model of ecological agriculture and market proximity.

History of the Family Farmers Network

History

Founded by Équiterre in 1995 on the principles of community supported agriculture (CSA), the Family Farmers Network started with 7 farms and 250 families in Québec. Today, the network brings together more than 130 farms in Québec and New-Brunswick, who feed 20 000 families every year.

Drop-off point in municipality

A farmer in my municipality

Municipalities can play an active role in the development and consolidation of this contribution to the local economy by adjusting their regulations in order to make public spaces available year-round to our farmers.

For more information, contact us at developpement@fermierdefamille.org

A farmer at your office

A farmer at your office

A farmer's basket full of healthy, locally grown, organic vegetables, delivered directly to your workplace once a week? Find out how easy it is to host a drop-off point for the Quebec family farmers network.

For more information, contact us at developpement@fermierdefamille.org

Meet the team

Anne Rigaud, Development counselor

Anne Rigaud

Development counselor

Clémence Briand-Racine

Clémence Briand-Racine

Agricultural counselor

Marc Simonnot, communication officer

Marc Simonnot

Communication officer

Marie-Hélène Pâquet

Marie-Hélène Pâquet

Coordinator