Mississauga Central Lions Club Farmer’s Market

Mississauga

Please patronize our Mississauga Central Lions Club Farmers Market. Established in 1975.

Location: 3 ROBERT SPECK PKY – North Parking lot on SHIPP DRIVE

Open: Sunday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM from early June to Sunday November 2,2014.

The club is thankful for its close relationship with Square One Shopping Centre management for over 38+ years.

For more information call or write to:

Chairman Farmers Market
Mississauga Central Lions Club
P. O. Box 2004, Square One Post Office
Mississauga, Ontario L5B 3C6

Email: lions@lionscentral.com

http://www.lionscentral.com/pb/wp_2a91660a/wp_2a91660a.html

Strattons Farm

Stirling

organic produce, pork, poultry

“We are husband and wife and first generation farmers who have chosen to leave their city jobs to run an ecologically sound small farm in Stirling-Rawdon in the County of Hastings. We employ Organic growing methods to provide you and your family with nutritionally dense food.

We run a 50 member CSA weekly vegetable baskets in the main growing season and pasture raise chickens, turkeys and pigs.
Our animals are raised on pasture to allow them to show their natural “animalness”!
Vegetables are grown using only Certified Organic seed. We grow using no pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers. We fertilize our market garden using kelp, glacial rock dust and our animal’s and green manures.

The garden is cultivated by a team of Suffolk Punch draft horses. This reduces our need for fossil fuel and helps reduce soil compaction.”

http://www.strattonsfarm.ca

Loco Fields Farm

Stratford

organic vegetables & herbs

“Loco Fields is a small, family run, socially responsible, organic vegetable farm. We’re located 10 minutes south west of Stratford, Ontario in the fertile soils of Perth County . We grow over over 50 types of vegetables & herbs and 170 individual varieties.”

http://www.locofields.com/

Spring Meadow Orchards

Adolphustown

apples

“Spring Meadow Orchards has been family owned and operated since the fall of 1969. The standard orchard that grows on the farm today, was grafted from the Macintosh apple originating in the 1900’s. The farm now has many different varieties to choose from.

OUR VARIETIES

Macintosh Royal Gala
Quite
Red Delicious
Paula Red
Lobo
Melba
Cortland
Spartan
Empire
Tallman Sweet
Honey Crisp
Snow
Northern Spy
Russet
Ida Red”

http://www.springmeadoworchards.ca

Wynn Farms

Bath

apples, vegetables

“Varieties of apples we grow and approximate ripening times.

Jersey Mac-Mid August
Paula Red- Mid August
Mac’s-Mid September
Courtland-Mid September
Empire- End of September
Honey Crisp-End of September
Red Delicious- Beginning of October
Spartan- Mid October
Ida Red- Mid October
Lobo- Mid October

We sell seconds and grounders when available. Seconds are great for baking while grounders are a great option for horses and hunters. If you are looking for grounders, it’s best to call ahead so we can make sure we have them ready for you!”

http://wynnfarms.ca

buckwheatpillowcanada.ca

Kanata

buckwheat pillows

“Manufacturing 100% Canadian hand-made, all natural buckwheat hull pillows and support products since 1997, in Kanata, ON, Canada.

Our products include: sleeping pillows (regular and small), travel pillows and neck pillows for the car or when sitting in a reclined position.

Buckwheat hull products are ZERO-WASTE! No need to send used hull pillows to the landfill – just add used hulls to your garden/composter; great for soil!.”

http://www.buckwheatpillowcanada.com

Oakville Place Farmers’ Markets

Oakville

Ontario produce and goods

“The Farmers’ Markets held Tuesdays and Thursdays at Oakville Place, throughout the Ontario growing season, will open for business on Saturday June 1.

Local food growers and producers will assemble in the southeast parking lot of Oakville Place Shopping Centre at Leighland Ave. and Trafalgar Rd., across from the Sears store, to bring commuters and area residents a twice-weekly supply of the freshest produce grown in Ontario.

In addition to the vast selection of local fruit and vegetables, market-goers can also shop for choice cuts of Ontario-raised venison, beef and pork, peameal bacon and fresh sausage, deli meats including salami and kielbasa, farm-fresh eggs, Ontario-produced honey and cheeses, and a delectable collection of baked goods.”

http://oakvillefarmersmarkets.com

Nicholyn Farms

Barrie

meat, poulty, produce, some certified organic

“We are able to make available our own sustainably raised pork, beef and chicken products. Our animals are raised without antibiotics or growth hormones, eat an all vegetable diet with no animal by-products and are treated with dignity and respect. Our beef cattle graze on pasture, the pigs enjoy fresh air and sunshine, and the chickens scratch in the earth!

Your local farmers thank you! In cooperation with amazing local farmers, we are able to provide for you the highest quality of food. We are passionate about providing every family with the opportunity to maintain a healthy diet.

Our on-site bakery and certified kitchen is a very busy place. Using local ingredients our homemade bread, buns and sweets and treats, preserves, prepared dinners, and gluten free products are developed with you in mind. Homemade fruit pies, several varieties of yummy tarts, squares (including no sugar added date squares), loaves in a multitude of delicious flavours and many kinds of cookies, breads and buns are baked every day.”

http://www.nicholyn.com

Topsy Farms

Stella

wool products

“Topsy Farms is a Canadian sheep farm, creating wool products from our sheep to you: hypoallergenic wool bedding – blankets, throws, comforters, pillows, mattress pads.

We are a multi-generational, co-operative family farm on Amherst Island in Lake Ontario near Kingston. Over 1000 ewes give birth on greening, spring pastures. Our large white guardian dogs and a Border Collie are part of the team.

The sheep are shorn before lambing. Several thousand pounds of our best wool is shipped to a traditional mill in Prince Edward Island, to be washed and gently processed. Our wool is returned to us in washed wool, webbing, pencil roving, yarn, throws and blankets.

Natural sheepskin products and unbleached cotton-encased wool bedding are also available through the Wool Shed on the home farm, and this web site.

Community knitters contribute to our production of knitted, crocheted, thrummed and felted creative products available in our Wool Shed.

We are proud that all our offerings are made in Canada.”

Topsy Farms
14775 Front Road
Stella, ON K0H 2S0 CANADA

sales@topsyfarms.com

http://topsyfarms.com