LATEST FROM THE FARM

Stephanie Rainey
What a Great Carrot Harvesting Party!

What a Great Carrot Harvesting Party!

What a Great Carrot Harvesting Party! Thank you to our amazing farm friends who came out to harvest 2,400 lbs of carrots with us on Saturday. What a ton of fun! Next year, live music in the field, games and an organic food truck! In all seriousness, you have helped us get one step closer to sustainable farming for the fall and winter of 2020 & 2021. Thank you for your muscle power, your enthusiasm and your friendship.

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Jonathan Bruderlein
We've got Vision... and a goal!

We've got Vision... and a goal!

We've got vision.. and a goal. Can we ask you a favour? Would you share us with your family, friends and community?  We have set a goal to feed 200 families this fall & winter with our 6 weeks bi-weekly Winter Bounty Baskets and we CAN do it with your help!  It truly takes a village to grow a farm and we couldn't be happier that you're a part of our farm community. Here are three ways to share your enthusiasm for our veggies and help us reach our goal: 1. Forward this email on to your friends and family in the Ottawa area. Let them know you've tried...

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Stephanie Rainey
You and Me Making Kimchi - Demo at the On-site Farm Store Sat. Oct. 3rd

You and Me Making Kimchi - Demo at the On-site Farm Store Sat. Oct. 3rd

You and Me Make Kimchi this Saturday! Jonathan gets so stoked when talking about lacto-fermentation we just had to share how to make kimchi & sauerkraut with YOU! That's why we've set up demos at the on-site Farm Store for the next few Saturdays! Starting with Kimchi this Saturday September 3rd at 11:30am - 1:30pm. -->Grab all the ingredients you need from the Farm Store and learn (from farmer chef, Jonathan) how to make your own.  Kimchi, a Korean-style fermented cabbage is a spicy superfood: a probiotic which is good for you and your gut microbes.  There is nothing like...

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Jonathan Bruderlein
The Best of Both Worlds

The Best of Both Worlds

I love that being a farmer means rolling with the seasons. I love that what I grow and eat shifts with the weather. I love this time of year when I can still pluck sweet cherry tomatoes from the vine and combine it with hearty kale in a salad.

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