Saturday, March 28, 2020

140 Main Street Sundridge

11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Tickets $39

NNEEC is proud to collaborate with

Canadore College School of Culinary Arts

to showcase local food producers of our region.

At this fun and interactive event, you will meet the farmers from:

Whispering Pines Farm and Garden

Santosha Farm

Dual Rill Farm

Sunrise Heirloom Vegetables

Dutch Harmony Ranch

Croxall Farms

Hubbard's Maple Farm

Midlothian Valley Farm

Springhill Farm

And more....

Also Featuring:

Algonquin Coffee

Tapped Maple Water

Highlander Brew Co.

Wild Muskoka Botanical

Zak's

NNEEC Community Learning Garden

Special Guest Speaker: 

Elizabeth Finnis, an anthropolgist at the University of Guelph. Drawing on her research with farmers in the Parry Sound District, she will present a talk, 

Who are our local farmers and why should we support them?

Highlights the ways people are talking about food production, environment, and community.

 

Join us at 11:00 am for this

 

introduction to the day

is a fundraiser event for the Community Learning Garden, to educate, inspire and connect with a focus on producing vegetables and herbs using environmentally sustainable methods. This project contributes to an awareness of the importance of locally produced food including health, economic and environmental. Funded in part by the TD Friends of the Environment Fund.

Proudly sponsored in part by:

© 2017 Near North Enviro-Education Centre

CALL US:

1-705-316-0010

FIND US:

140 Main Street, P.O. Box 825 Sundridge, Ontario, Canada. P0A 1Z0