Nov 12 | WORKSHOP How to Start a Community Garden

community garden

Join us on Nov 12 and learn about the steps involved in starting a community garden. How to search for land, what is essential when starting a community garden, the supports that are available, tips for organizing the garden, and much more!

The attendance of at least one garden coordinator at a How to Start a Community Garden workshop is a requirement in order to receive funding through the Community Garden Development Fund.  The coordinator must have attended a workshop in one of the past 3 years.

Registration is required as space is limited.
When: Tuesday, November 12, 2019 from 6:00pm-8:00pm
Where: Just Food Farm in the Big Red Barn | 2391 Pépin Court
RSVP: Email communitygardening@justfood.ca
*on RSVP please identify the general area where you plan to set up a community garden, and summarize your work to date, if applicable.

This Sunday: Annual Picnic at Just Food Farm

Food and activities for the entire family!

Join us at Just Food Farm for our Annual Picnic this Sunday! We will be hosting a variety of events including; free lunch, wagon rides at 10:15, 11, 11:45, and 12:30; farmers’ market, kids’ activities, field walks, and more. Bring your family and enjoy a day at our farm.

WHEN: Sunday August 25th, 10 am – 2 pm
WHERE: Big Red Barn, 2391 Pepin Court

For more information, contact info@justfood.ca.

Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday for a fun-filled day!

Buy 100% Authentic Honey from Local Honey Producers Near You

Look down the list for more information on local honey producers and support our local beekeepers!
NameLocationContact Info
Anderson Farm8435 Franktown Rd,
Ashton, ON
Tel: 613-838-6080
Email:
rob@andersonfarm.ca
Barkley’s Apple Orchard5366 Robertson Rd,
Morrisburg, ON
Tel: 613-859-7059
Email: billb.otr@gmail.com
Bayview Farm332 Route 148, Lochaber, QCTel: 819-985-0421
Email:
gailbigstein@gmail.com
BearBrook Game
Meats
5396 Dunning Rd, Navan, ONTel: 613-835-2227
Email:
info@bearbrookfarm.com
Bergendal Honey243 Ch de lac Bernard,
Wakefield, QC
Tel: 819-459-1789
Email: leafbs@yahoo.ca
Blue Shoes Honey1700 St Jose, Embrun, ONTel: 613-443-2101
Email:
brianwlacey@gmail.com
Capital Bees660 Hochelaga St, Ottawa, ONTel: 613-852-5063
Email:
ron@capitalbees.ca
Clearydale Honey3027 County Road 21,
Spencervile, ON
Tel: 613-658-5129
Email:
conor@clearydale.ca
Coronation Hall Cider Mill206 River Rd, Bristol, QCTel: 819-647-2547
Email:
coronationhallcidermills
@gmail.com
Crerar’s Honey
Limited
8214 rue Bank St, Vernon, ONTel: 613-821-2133
Dunwurk’n Farms
Maple Camp
146 Hoddinott Ln, Balderson,
ON
Tel: 613-836-1291
Email:
mapleguy@rogers.com
Le Tournesol1155 Stevens Rd, Embrun, ONTel: 613-448-3167
Gees Bees Honey
Company
538 River Rd, Ottawa, ONTel: 613-406-2339
Email:
marianne@geesbees.ca
Hall’s Apple Market2930 2nd Concession Rd,
Brockville, ON
Tel: 613-342-6320
Email:
123ckhall@gmail.com
Halsall’s Honey7328 Stone School Rd, Greely, ONTel: 613-821-4336
Email:
ab.halsall@sympatico.ca
Heavenly Honey2352 Keystone Ct, Gloucester, ONTel: 613-424-9010
Email:
bill@heavenlyhoney.ca
Honey Bee Meadows736 McPeak Line, Cobden, ONTel: 613-281-7372
Email: mikemeadows
@nrtco.net
McEvoy Honey
Company
3648 Gliderway, Manotick, ONTel: 613-826-2723
Proulx Maple & Berry
Farm
1865 O’Toole Rd, Cumberland, ONTel: 613-833-2417
Email: proulx
@proulxberryfarm.com
Tanglewood Honey35548 Hwy 41, Eganville, ONTel: 613-628-2890
Email: tanglewoodhoney
@gmail.com

Check out the Local Farmers’ Markets

Look down the list for the closest farmers’ market opening near you to buy and support local farmers!

Farmers’ Market Location Timings
Beechwood Market 43 Ste. Cecile St, within
Optimiste Park
Every Saturday 9 am – 2 pm,
June 1 – October 26
Beechwood
Mini-Market
Rideau Sports Centre,
1 Donald St, Ottawa
Every Tuesday 3 am – 6 pm,
July 2 – October 8
Beechwood
Mini-Market
Chartwell New Edinburgh
Square Terrace, 420 MacKay St,
Ottawa
Every Thursday, 3 am –
6 pm, July 4 – October 10
Ottawa Organic
Farmer’s Market
1644 Bank St, near Heron Every Saturday, 10 am –
2 pm, year-round 
Byward Market
Square
Byward Market Square,
between York and George
Streets, downtown Ottawa
Every day, 9 am – 5 pm
(generally)
Ottawa Farmers’
Market- Lansdowne
Aberdeen Square, Lansdowne
Park, 1000 Exhibition Way
Every Sunday, 9 am – 3 pm,
May 5 – October 27
Ottawa Farmers’
Market- Westboro
Byron Linear Park between
Richmond Road, Golden, Byron, and Broadview Avenues
Every Saturday, 9:30 am-
3 pm, May 18 – November 2
Ottawa Farmers’
Market- Orleans
Ray Friel Recreation Complex,
1585 Tenth Line Rd, Orléans
Every Thursday, 12 am –
6 pm, May 23 – October 10
Ottawa Farmers’ Market- BarrhavenNepean Woods Park & Ride, at
Strandherd and Crestway Drive
Every Sunday, 10 am – 2 pm,
June 2 – October 13
Cumberland
Farmers’ Market
R.J. Kennedy Community
Centre, 1115 Dunning Rd,
Cumberland
Every Saturday, 8 am – 1 pm
North Gower
Farmers’ Market
2397 Roger Stevens Dr,
North Gower
Every Saturday, 8:30 am –
1 pm, May 22 – October 5
Metcalfe Farmers’
Market
2821 8th Line Rd, Metcalfe Every Saturday, 9 am – 1 pm,
May 11 – October 26
Kanata Farmers’
Market
745 Kanata Ave, Kanata Every Saturday, 9 am – 3 pm,
May 25 – November 3
Carp Farmers’
Market
Carp Fairgrounds, 3790 Carp
Rd, Carp
Every Saturday 9 am –
1 pm, May – October
Marché du
Vieux-Aylmer
Memorial Park, corner of
Broad and Main Street, Alymer
Every Sunday, 10 am – 3 pm,
June 2 – October 29
Old Chelsea Market212 Old Chelsea Rd, Chelsea Every Thursday, 4 pm – 7 pm, May 30 – October 10
Marché Notre-
Dame
330 Notre-Dame Rd, GatineauEvery day, 8 am – 8 pm
Marché Vieux-HullParc Du Portage, Gatineau
(corner of Laurier and
Victoria Streets)
Every Thursday, 9:30 am –
2:30 pm, May 30 –
October 10
Parkdale Market 366 Parkdale Avenue, WestboroEvery day, 8 am – 5 pm
(generally)
Manotick Farmers’
Market
5524 Dickinson St, Manotick
(immediately across from
Watson’s Mill)
Every Saturday, 9 am – 3 pm,
June 22 – October 12
Wakefield Market 38 Chemin de la Vallée de
Wakefield, Wakefield
Every Saturday, 9 am – 1 pm,
May 18 – October 19

Here’s to Wishing Everyone a Good Food Summer!

July 2019


Food News and Events in the Ottawa Region  


Just Food News and Events 

1. July 28th and August 11th, 18th and 25th | Sundays at the Just Food Farm

2. Every Sunday | Yoga at the Just Food Farm

3. Every Sunday | Just Food Farm Stand

4. July 28 and August 11 | Free COG Tour at Just Food Farm

5. Volunteer to Grow Food for the Local Food Bank

6. Using Food as a Gateway to a Healthy, Sustainable Lifestyle

7. Rain Barrel Fundraiser

Other Community News and Events

8. Farmers’ Markets in the Region

9. Saturdays until August 31 | Garden Promenade Tours

10. Canadian Organic Growers is Hiring!

11. Eat Healthy with Canada’s Food Guide

12. Tasty Ways to Cut Down on Food Waste

13. Reduce Our Kids’ Exposure to Marketed Unhealthy Food and Drinks

14. Canada’s New Food Policy with an Ambitious Vision

15. Have Gardening Questions?


Just Food News and Events 

1. July 28th and August 11th, 18th and 25th | Sundays at the Just Food Farm

Join us on the Just Food Farm for Sunday Farm Days, there’s something for everyone!

  • Yoga in the barn from 9:45 – 11 am
  • Farm Tours: The Canadian Organic Growers will be offering tours on July 28th and August 11th from 10 am – 12:30 pm
  • Kids activities on August 11th, 18th, and 25th

Don’t forget to check out our farmers’ market from 10 am – 2 pm, run by our very own farmers for some amazing vegetables, herbs, honey, preserves and more! Bring you and family, as well as a lunch to enjoy!

WHEN: Sunday July 28th and August 11th, 18th, and 25th 
WHERE: Just Food, 2391 Pepin Court

2. Every Sunday | Yoga at the Just Food Farm  

Join Bee at the Just Food Farm for a traditional yoga class for all levels of skill and ages! The class will include physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation.

WHEN: Sundays 9:45 – 11 am
WHERE: Big Red Barn at Just Food, 2391 Pepin Court, Ottawa
It’s free, or by donation with all proceeds going to the Just Food Farm.

ABOUT THE TEACHER: Bee has been a yoga practitioner for 8 years and teaching for 5 years. She is a farmer and educator at Cadence Ecological Farm at the Just Food Farm, and is deeply interested in the role of holistic health while developing sustainable communities.

3. Every Sunday | Just Food Farm Stand 

Join us on Sundays this summer from 10 am – 2 pm until October to enjoy the fresh produce of the season! Every week, a number of farms will be selling their fresh produce, condiments, sweet and savoury treats, and much more! The Farm Stand is located at the Just Food Farm, 2391 Pepin Court. Enjoy the first summer bounty of organic food from local farmers with us while supporting new farmers. For more information, click here

4. July 28 and August 11 | Free COG Tour at Just Food Farm 

The Canadian Organic Growers (COG), in partnership with Just Food, is hosting free tours where participants will have a chance to visit 3 different farms on site and shop fresh produce at the Farm Stand afterwards. Learn about about how each farmer got started, what they grow, and the unique aspects of their business, from bees and chickens to diverse vegetables. Folks of all ages are welcome! Please note that there will be a fair amount of walking on uneven ground and in direct sunlight. 

WHEN: Sunday July 28 and August 11, from 10 am – 12:30 pm (sun or rain)
WHERE: Just Food Farm, 2391 Pepin Court 
FARMS ON TOUR: 

  • July 28: Capital Greens, Karen Farm, Bird and Bee
  • August 11: Capital Bees, Chi Gardens, Cadence Ecological Farm

For more information or to register for one of the tours, click here for the July 28th tour and click here for the August 11th tour

Spread the word about this great opportunity by printing off these posters (July 28 and August 11) and posting it in your workplace!

5. Volunteer to Grow Food for the Local Food Bank

Want to help support the Gloucester Emergency Food Cupboard? Join a team of volunteers who give back to their community by helping grow fresh produce at Just Food Farm’s Plant-a-Row, Donate-a-Row Garden (PARDAR) for the food cupboard. Gardening can be done when it suits you. You will also have a chance to learn basic gardening skills or share your gardening expertise. For more information or to join the team, email gefcvol2@gmail.com.

6. Watch Ottawa Experts on Using Food as a Gateway to a Healthy, Sustainable Lifestyle 

On a segment of Ottawa Experts, an interactive show which hosts local industry experts on various topics, Jenny Emmans, Chair of Just Food, and Amber Westfall of Wild Garden, operating out of Just Food Farm, discussed their journeys in learning and discovery about the local food and the nexus between food systems and health. For Jenny, it began with the growing question of what we are putting in and on our bodies as she explored the ingredients of the products she was using or consuming regularly. Amber was looking to expand her local diet and reduce her footprint. Both touch upon some great opportunities for residents to learn more about foraging, gardening, and consuming local food in the Ottawa Region. 

To watch the episode, click here

7. Rain Barrel Fundraiser

Support Just Food by purchasing your rain barrel from us this year for your food growing needs.

Just Food only has a few terracotta rain barrels remaining for $55. We are confident that this is the best price on the market right now. For more details, click here and if interested, email Himani at info@justfood.ca to arrange pickup. 

Support Just Food, conserve water and save money. Contact us today!


Other Community News and Events

8. Farmers’ Markets in the Region 

Look down the list for the closest farmers’ market opening near you to buy and support local farmers!

Farmers’ Market Location Timings
Beechwood Market 43 Ste. Cecile St, within
Optimiste Park
Every Saturday 9 am – 2 pm,
June 1 – October 26
Beechwood Mini-Market Rideau Sports Centre,
1 Donald St, Ottawa
Every Tuesday 3 am – 6 pm,
July 2 – October 8
Beechwood Mini-MarketChartwell New Edinburgh
Square Terrace, 420 MacKay St, Ottawa
Every Thursday, 3 am –
6 pm, July 4 – October 10
Ottawa Organic Farmer’s Market 1644 Bank St, near Heron Every Saturday, 10 am – 2 pm, year-round 
Byward Market Square Byward Market Square,
between York and George
Streets, downtown Ottawa
Every day, 9 am – 5 pm
(generally)
Ottawa Farmers’ Market- Lansdowne Aberdeen Square, Lansdowne Park, 1000 Exhibition Way Every Sunday, 9 am – 3 pm,
May 5 – October 27
Ottawa Farmers’ Market- Westboro MarketByron Linear Park between
Richmond Road, Golden, Byron, and Broadview Avenues
Every Saturday, 9:30 am-
3 pm, May 18 – November 2
Ottawa Farmers’ Market- Orleans MarketRay Friel Recreation Complex,
1585 Tenth Line Rd, Orléans
Every Thursday, 12 am – 6 pm, May 23 – October 10
Ottawa Farmers’ Market- Barrhaven MarketNepean Woods Park & Ride, at
Strandherd and Crestway Drive
Every Sunday, 10 am – 2 pm,
June 2 – October 13
Cumberland Farmers’
Market
R.J. Kennedy Community
Centre, 1115 Dunning Rd,
Cumberland
Every Saturday, 8 am – 1 pm
North Gower Farmers’
Market
2397 Roger Stevens Dr,
North Gower
Every Saturday, 8:30 am –
1 pm, May 22 – October 5
Metcalfe Farmers’
Market
2821 8th Line Rd, Metcalfe Every Saturday, 9 am – 1 pm, May 11 – October 26
Kanata Farmers’ Market745 Kanata Ave, Kanata Every Saturday, 9 am – 3 pm, May 25 – November 3
Carp Farmers’ MarketCarp Fairgrounds, 3790 Carp
Rd, Carp
Every Saturday 9 am –
1 pm, May – October
Marché du Vieux-AylmerMemorial Park, corner of Broad and Main Street, Alymer Every Sunday, 10 am – 3 pm,
June 2 – October 29
Old Chelsea Market212 Old Chelsea Rd, Chelsea Every Thursday, 4 pm – 7 pm, May 30 – October 10
Marché Notre-Dame330 Notre-Dame Rd, GatineauEvery day, 8 am – 8 pm
Marché Vieux-HullParc Du Portage, Gatineau
(corner of Laurier and
Victoria Streets)
Every Thursday, 9:30 am –
2:30 pm, May 30 – October 10

9. Saturdays until August 31 | Garden Promenade Tours

Discover the dozens of gardens in the region along the Garden Promenade! Whether you wish to do it alone or hire a pro to show you the way, the Garden Promenade offers a broad range of options for a multilingual guided tour or at your own pace while visiting the city’s famous attractions.

Enjoy the blooming flowers in the city the way you want to!

For more information, click here.

WHEN: Every Saturday until August 31st

10. Canadian Organic Growers is Hiring!

Do you like working with kids and talking about sustainable agriculture and food security? The Canadian Organic Growers’ Ottawa-St- Lawrence-Outaouais Chapter is looking for a fully bilingual workshop facilitor to join their Growing Up Organic garden and farm-based education program in Ottawa. The program works wth schools to develop edible gardens as educational tools for students. The position is home-based and averages 20 hrs/week. Click here to view the job description. 

11. Eat Healthy with Canada’s Food Guide

Want to make more healthy choices while eating, but not sure where to start? Snapshots of the food guide are now available in 28 languages for you read through and start making better consumption choices for your mental and physical health. You can also subscribe here for their newsletter to get the latest healthy eating updates, recipes, and more. 

12. Tasty Ways to Cut Down on Food Waste

Want to learn different ways to use all parts of your groceries? Food Tank has made a list of 11 ways to make the most of common food waste, including:

  • Vegetable leaves
  • Herb stems
  • Bones and fat
  • Root vegetable peels
  • Stale bread

Check out the article here for tips and recipes! For more information about how local residents are managing their food waste, click here

13. Reduce Our Kids’ Exposure to Marketed Unhealthy Food and Drinks

With the marketing of unhealthy food items on the rise, kids are being targeted because they are particularly vulnerable to the marketing techniques being used and the number of ads they see throughout the day. This is leading to changes in food choices and preferences.

Bill S-228 (Child Health Protection Act) came close to being passed prior to the Senate’s summer adjournment. It had the support from both the Senate and the House of Commons; however, the bill failed to pass overall. The bill would have limited advertisement of food high in salt, sugar, and saturated fats to kids under the age of 13. Now it’s up to us to create a food environment where kids are not being bombarded with advertisements and support them to make healthier choices. For more information on how to develop this, click here

14. Canada’s New Food Policy with an Ambitious Vision

The anticipated food policy ‘Food Policy for Canada: Everyone at the Table’ was announced on June 17 by the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Marie-Claude Bibeau. With the acknowledgement that Canada needs to ensure reliable access to healthy, culturally diverse food for all Canadians, the federal government is investing $134 million to develop a vibrant and sustainable food system. Their key areas of focus also include reducing food waste and improving food security for Indigeneous and Northern communities. 

Part of achieving the goal was the birth of the Canadian Food Policy Advisory Council and the Local Food Infrastructure Fund. The Council will be focusing on bringing in the experts and diverse voices to address the current and future food issues. For residents, the fund will support community-led projects with the goal of improving food access. 

To read the full news release, click here.

15. Have Gardening Questions?

As you start the growing season, do you want some advice or have questions about gardening? The Master Gardeners of Ottawa-Carleton are a group of experienced gardeners with horticulture backgrounds that volunteer their time to help answer the public’s questions. They provide free, unbiased advice to home gardeners while encouraging good growing practices. They can give advice for both organic and conventional growing. Contact them by phone or email, listed here, or find them at clinics at local markets and fairs. 

Are you interested in having a gardening workshop with your community? Email communitygardening@justfood.ca for more information on topics and how to set one up.

Nov 15, Dec 5 & Jan 13: How to Start a Community Garden Workshop

At the free, “How to Start a Community Garden” workshop you will learn about the steps involved in starting a community garden. How to search for land, what is essential when starting a community garden, the supports that are available, tips for organizing the garden, and much more!

This workshop will be facilitated by Jordan Bouchard of the Community Garden Network.

Registration is required as space is limited.

When: Thursday November 15 2018 from 6:30 – 8:30
Where: 2391 Pepin Court, Ottawa ON
RSVP: communitygardening@justfood.ca

When: Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 6:30 – 8:30
Where: 2391 Pepin Court, Ottawa ON
RSVP: communitygardening@justfood.ca

When: Sunday, January 13, 2019, 1:00 – 3:00
Where: To Be Decided
RSVP: communitygardening@justfood.ca

on RSVP please identify the general area where you plan to set up a community garden, and summarize your work to date, if applicable.

The Fair Finance Fund – for social enterprises!

Are you a local food producer, processor, market owner/ staff, co-op owner/ staff or other regional food entrepreneur that is committed to social values and community benefit goals? Are you looking for better access to capital?

Local Food and Farm Co-ops, with partners at the Rural Agri-Innovation Network/ SSMIC and the Greenbelt Fund are creating an exciting new opportunity—but in order to create a funding opportunity that is useful, they are asking for your tell them what you need, and help shape their program. You have 2 days left to give them input via the survey link below.

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We want to hear from you! We are contacting you to invite you to give your input to an exciting new project, the Fair Finance Fund for the local food and farm sector.

We appreciate your time to fill out the survey so that we can ensure the fund meets the needs of the sector. Please fill it out if you are a local food or farm enterprise with social, environmental and community goals and benefits, and feel free to share with others.

Please click here to fill out our survey.

Some more about the project:

The Fair Finance Fund will be a revolving loan fund offering patient capital (long-term or negotiated rates) for local food and farm social enterprises. Social enterprises in this sector include regional producers, markets and other regional food system partners that share social values and community benefit goals. The research is a coordinated by the Local Food and Farm Co-ops, with partners at the Rural Agri-Innovation Network/ SSMIC and the Greenbelt Fund. All participant responses will be held in strict confidence by Local Food and Farm Co-ops. The resulting report and general non-identifying statistical data may be shared with Fair Finance Fund partners and the Greenbelt Fund.

Loans will be offered in the mid-scale range, which is often seen by banks as too small, but is too large for micro-finance schemes. Between now and September, we are soliciting input from partners and enterprises to ensure that the fund is designed to meet their needs, and be viable over the long-term.

Here are a couple of examples that have inspired us:
FarmWorks(Nova Scotia)
Chantier de l’Economie Sociale(Montreal)
La Montanita Fund(Arizona)

We thank you in advance for your input!

Sally Miller

Local Food and Farm Co-ops

sally<at>localfoodandfarm.coop

 

David Thompson

Rural Agri-Innovation Network/ Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre

dthompson<at>ssmic.com

Just what is Agroecology?

Just Food’s Red Barn Series

Topic: Agroecology

Sunday July 29th, 10:00 – 2:00

The UN, Via Campesina, and a cluster of farming, food security and food justice advocates at home and abroad are pointing to agroecology as the way to transform our food systems to achieve fairness for farmers, farm workers, and communities of eaters across the globe. Just Food is hosting the Agroecology Field School and Research Summit (tickets still available!) on August 18, where a large collection of experts and practitioners from Canada and around the world will discuss how to ‘Move Agroecology Forward’.

But just what is Agroecology? Join us at 10:30 for a primer, delivered by Just Food Associate Director Phil Mount, followed by a tour of the farm to discuss the principles as they apply in Ottawa, including how we integrate animals into our food system.

Community Farm Days: Wild Pollinators

THIS WEEK: it’s all about POLLINATORS!

Come on by for a workshop on pollinators offered by the Wild Pollinator Partners-Partenaires des pollinisateurs sauvages at 10:30am.
What is pollination? Who are the wild pollinators among us? How do they live their lives? Are they struggling? What can we do to help them in our gardens? We will explore these questions, and others, in the first part of this interactive session offered by the Wild Pollinator Partners-Partenaires des pollinisateurs network.
In the second part, we will head outside to observe wild pollinators in action!

For those of you who may want to be more hands on, join us in building a wild pollinator hotel with the support of Martin Thornell and friends from Ottawa City Woodshop. We will also have a craft table starting at 11am where you can make your own bee buddy!

WHEN: Sunday, July 22, 2018 from 10am to 2pm – swing by anytime between these hours!

WHERE: Just Food Farm, 2391 Pepin Court

Cost: FREE

And don’t forget to check out our Just Food Farm Stand with fresh vegetables. All ages are welcome. We hope to see you at the farm, rain or shine!

FARM BINGO!

Just Food invites you to get out on the Farm, have some fun, win some prizes, enjoy the summer weather, and get involved in your community’s good food!

WHEN: Sunday, July 15th , 2018 from 10am to 2pm

WHERE: Just Food Farm, 2391 Pepin Court

Cost: FREE

DETAILS:

Join us this Sunday for “FARM BINGO”! Each participant will be given a bingo card with clues to find 9 hidden farm. The first to get three BINGO lines gets their pick of the prizes! First to fill their card wins the grand prize—it’s like a scavenger hunt with photos, or the amazing farm race!!

And don’t forget to check out our farm stand with fresh vegetables, craft table for the kids, outside under the tents. All ages are welcome. We hope to see you at the farm, rain or shine!

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Just Food Farm will be hosting community days each Sunday filled with educational workshops, kids’ crafts, farm tours, local dry goods for sale, gardening, and more! Bring your family for a lunch picnic and spend some time on the farm. Stay tuned on our social media for updates on themes, special guests, and partners each week!

For details on this weekly series, check out http://justfood.ca/blog/2018/06/28/sunday-community-days-free-weekly-event-for-all-ages/