We’re a not-for-profit community-run local food scheme near Wadebridge in north Cornwall. Subscribe to our vegetable-growing enterprise and we’ll ensure you get a weekly veg box containing a share of our seasonal produce. You’ll automatically become a member of our community supported agriculture scheme when you sign up. It means you support our commitment to agroecological farming practices and our aim to produce and share healthy, seasonal, local food.
We grow vegetables to organic principles using no-dig and agroecological farming methods.
Camel CSA is a community interest company, so any profits are ploughed back into the project. Members of our subscription scheme get a share in the produce, have an equal say in how we’re organised and are invited to take part in our voluntary activities.
We also offer training and support to vulnerable adults and young people who want to share in the growing experience. Some come to us via local charities and support agencies. Others arrange to take part on an independent basis. Please get in touch if you’re interested.
Joining us means
You get to eat fresh, healthy and nutritious local food
You know where your vegetables come from and the people who grow them
You reduce your food miles
You have a say in how your food is produced
You can enjoy fresh air and fun (and exercise!) by sharing in the work and the harvest and joining in social activities
You get the chance to take advice and learn from professional growers
You contribute to making your community a better, healthier, more climate-friendly place