What are Solar Dollars?
Solar Dollars are earned with every purchase you make at participating Harvest to Gather retail stores (VG Meats, Rowe Farms, Olliffe butcher shop). They’re meant to help you unlock a journey towards a more resilient future—think of them as a tool that allows you to take control of your impact on the planet, your community and the economy. Redeem your Solar Dollars for exclusive experiences like farm tours, where you’ll see firsthand how your choices can make a positive impact on the ecology of Ontario.
How do I earn Solar Dollars?
To earn Solar Dollars, simply shop at any Harvest to Gather store (VG Meats, Rowe Farms, Olliffe butcher shop). For every dollar you spend, you’ll earn one Solar Dollar. In the future, you will see us modify this relationship to favour the most regenerative products available. You will also be able to earn bonus Solar Dollars by participating in promotions and special events. And the best part? You can redeem your Solar Dollars for exciting rewards, including farm tours, exclusive products, increasing levels of service and more! Start earning today and join us on a journey toward a more resilient future.
How do I redeem my Solar Dollars?
- To redeem Solar Dollars, simply visit any Harvest to Gather storefront (VG Meats, Rowe Farms, Olliffe butcher shop) and log into your rewards account by clicking the Solar Dollars pop up located in the bottom right corner of the website.
- Click on the Solar Dollar Rewards tab.
- Select the Reward you are interested in, and click the redeem button.
How can I use my Solar Dollars?
Are you ready to spend those hard-earned Solar Dollars? Great news! You can use them to unlock exclusive rewards like farm tours, regenerative agriculture workshops and more. Get ready to level up your food game while making a positive impact on the planet.
“I had no idea there was such variance between farms regarding soil, grass, bugs etc. I loved learning that literally every choice the farmer makes causes a reaction that can affect the other variables. I loved seeing the pastured chickens and learning about why they are different colours and why they get moved so often.”