Looking for fresh, local and Certified Organic produce on a regular basis but a regular CSA or Harvest Box program doesn’t work for you?
Join our Market Card program to enjoy a convenient and flexible alternative!
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Like a gift card, you pay in advance for a desired amount of credit that gets loaded onto your Market Card.
During the 2017 season you can use your Market Card to shop at our Pemberton Farm Stand, our booth at the Squamish Farmers’ Market or our booth at the Whistler Farmers’ Market.
Find our market schedule here.
Your credit lasts until you spend it all – any unused credit from the 2017 season will roll over into 2018.
You can also add more credit to your Market Card at any time!
We require a minimum $250 credit purchase to join our Market Card program.
You can purchase credit in whatever amount you choose between $250 and $1000.
* If you pay before April 30th, 2017 you will receive a bonus 5% discount! *
We accept payment by cash, cheque or e-transfer.
More credit can be added to your Market Card at any time.
You can add more credit in whatever amount you choose however your credit balance can never exceed $1000.
* When adding more credit, if you purchase at least $50 with payment by cash, cheque or e-transfer you will continue to receive a bonus 5% discount! *
HOW DO I JOIN?
Convenience - no need to bring cash to the market, you've already paid
- choose the quantity and variety of produce you want, when you need it!
- purchase initial credit or add more credit in whatever amount you choose
(some restrictions apply - see COST? above)
- shop in Pemberton, Squamish or Whistler
- shop when it works for you, spend your credit all at once or use it throughout the season
Bonus 5% discount!
Support local farmers practicing environmentally sustainable, small-scale, Certified Organic agriculture!
Enjoy high-quality produce with unparalleled freshness and flavour
Contribute to your local economy
Improve your health by making fresh, nutritious produce a mainstay of your diet
Reduce your food miles and help build regional food security