Campfire cooker, 46 inches long, sliding wood handle, food grade stainless steel, made in Ardoch, Ontario Canada, by Canadians. Hot dog cooker, marshmallows.
The mission at Homestead Organics is to serve and develop organic agriculture. The company is a certified organic cleaner and distributor of food grains to food processors, an organic feed mill, an organic flour mill, and an organic farm supply business.
The company supplies all types of organic farmers with:
agronomic and livestock professional support,
seed, soil amendments, and pest controls,
grain processing & marketing of field crops,
grain flours for food retailers and processors,
mixed feeds and grains to livestock operations,
livestock minerals and nutritional supplements,
educational materials and books, and
organic groceries for the local rural clients.
Location is NW 16 39 5 W3. Our location is just 15 minutes north of Saskatoon with no turns onto any gravel roads, just turn off the highway into our yard.
Driving directions are: take hwy # 12 north of Saskatoon towards Martensville. Drive past Martensville for 5 miles and you will see the sign Farmyard Market next right. Turn into our yard.
We sell local home grown foods. Meats and sausage from pasture raised holstein beef and outdoor raised pigs. Home made perogies and butter crust pies, fresh honey and brown free run eggs, jams, jellies, hummus, guacamole, sauerkraut, home made noodles, granola, fresh vegetables from June to September, fresh baking every Friday and Sat. And more!
Call or email us at 306-242-8949 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs
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To support and promote a vibrant community of ecological farmers through education, training and knowledge sharing.
1.) To create a community of farmers, from beginner to advanced, to share training, knowledge and experience to help make farming a viable way to make a living.
2.) To develop and provide programs on ecological agricultural methods, such as soil tillage, green manures, cover crops, composting, crop rotation, soil erosion, conservation practices, etc.
3.) To educate and increase public knowledge of, and support for, ecological agriculture via courses, seminars, farm tours, meetings, newsletters and other educational materials.”
Producer Members List on site.
“The Organic Council of Ontario (OCO) exists to support a shift in Ontario towards sustaining and organic agriculture.
OCO seeks to advocate for policy, research & training in support of the organic sector; protect the integrity of “organic” in the current context of the Canada Organic Standards; and inform the public on the full value of organic agriculture.
We help ensure all Ontarians have greater access to organic food, work to reduce the burden of synthetic agricultural chemicals & GMOs on our environment, and forge sustaining approaches to local food production.
OCO is the only full value-chain association working at the provincial level – where regulatory decisions are made. OCO unifies Ontario’s diverse actors in our organic movement – from farmers to city dwellers and all points between.
The Organic Council of Ontario (OCO) is a non-profit membership-driven association. Membership is open to all businesses and individuals in Ontario who wish to help shift the province towards a sustaining, regenerative agri-culture and food system.”
“WHAT ARE CSA FARMS?
The Ontario CSA Farm Directory lists farmers that offer weekly freshly picked farm-raised food boxes to members who are part of their CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). Consumers wanting good quality, safe food and farmers looking for stable markets form a type of partnership…
The consumer (you) pay the farmer a one-time fee (or share) prior to the start of growing season. This fee is determined by seed cost, equipment maintenance, property fees, tools, salaries, distribution costs, etc. In return, you receive weekly food boxes either by delivery or at a pick-up location near you. A full share may feed a family of 4 in produce for a week, where a half share may feed 2-3. Each farm’s shares are different in size and cost. This type of program greatly reduces the waste involved in blindly growing food for an indeterminate number of people.”
The Pas, Manitoba
“Rocky Lake is located 55 kms north of The Pas, Manitoba and is surrounded by pristine land. With an abundance of birch trees surrounding us, we have such an appreciation for them and are always careful to have respect for the land and our beautiful trees. The area is crowded with birch trees, as approximately 3000 are located close to our production facility…
100% Pure Birch Syrup
Our Pure Syrup is boiled down from the sap, with no additional sugar added. Pure Birch Syrup is the perfect thing to spice up your BBQ marinades, mix into your salad dressings, or add to your baking ingredients.
Birch Breakfast Syrup
The Birch Breakfast Syrup is out of this world. Perfect for spicing up those pancakes, waffles, or pouring over ice cream. We make our Birch Breakfast Syrup by adding natural fructose to the syrup during the boiling stage”
Visit us on Saturdays or here online for access to:
superb quality, locally produced, locally grown or locally home-made products from home-based industrious crafters, bakers, canners, gardeners, cooks, artists and, most importantly, farmers.
A Local Producer Based Farmers Market in Verona!
Grains & flours: wheat, rye, spelt, buckwheat Brown flax & golden flax
Oil-type & confectionary sunflowers
Oats: oat flour, steel-cut oats, Scottish oats, flakes, granola, regular, quick
spelt, rye, buckwheat flakes
Buckwheat hulls for pillows
Swan Lake, Manitoba R0L 1Z0
Contact: Gerard or Marie-Paule DeRuyck