At last, spring is in the air! We are planning our crops for the season and are now accepting registration for the 2014 CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) membership. For those who are interested in eating locally grown produce at its best, fresh and in season, consider becoming a CSA member. The CSA model is aContinue reading “CSA Registration for 2014 Season – NOW OPEN!”
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Looking ahead to 2014
Happy New Year and warm winter blessings from the snow-covered farm. It is sometimes hard to believe, looking out at the white fields, that they will soon be planted once again and booming with growth and vitality! We are looking forward to the season ahead. We are currently interviewing applicants for our apprenticeship program andContinue reading “Looking ahead to 2014”
Winter CSA and Winter Markets
Looking out over the snow-covered fields this morning, having done our last outdoor markets and having delivered our final Summer CSA shares, we can now officially feel the change of season! It has been an exciting season here at Fiddle Foot Farm, very productive in vegetables and meat and also in the further development ofContinue reading “Winter CSA and Winter Markets”
The Farm Through Emily’s Eyes
For several years, we have been very fortunate to work with apprentices on our farm. Through the C.R.A.F.T. (Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training) network, we collaborate with other farms that host apprentices to provide a rich learning experience for those interested in pursuing ecological agriculture as a possible career. Each year, we get theContinue reading “The Farm Through Emily’s Eyes”
Summer CSA 2013 is Now Full
Thank you for all the interest in the CSA program. The CSA membership for the 2013 summer season is now full. Contact us to the added to the waiting list. Please let us know if you would like to be added to our Contact List to find out about our Winter CSA offering as wellContinue reading “Summer CSA 2013 is Now Full”
See You at the Market!
Tomorrow (May 11th) is Opening Day at the Orangeville Farmers’ Market. We are looking forward to seeing familiar faces and reconnecting with the market community. We are busy harvesting today so that we can bring: Arugula, Spicy Salad Mix, Red Russian Kale, Green Garlic, Leeks and Parsnips (over-wintered in the field) and many varieties ofContinue reading “See You at the Market!”
CSA Registration for 2013 Season – Now Open!
With spring right around the corner, we are planning our crops for the season and are now accepting registration for the 2013 CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) membership. For those who are interested in eating locally grown produce at its best, fresh and in season, consider becoming a CSA member. The support of our CSA membersContinue reading “CSA Registration for 2013 Season – Now Open!”
Sold Out of Winter Veggies, but luckily Spring is around the corner!
Thank you to all those who have been ordering vegetables from us throughout the winter. We were happy to be able to offer as much as we were able to without a root cellar. But alas, the time has finally come when we must say that we have sold out of winter vegetables. We areContinue reading “Sold Out of Winter Veggies, but luckily Spring is around the corner!”
Winter Vegetables Still Available – January 2013
We are happy with the way our vegetables have kept thus far and are also happy to be able to continue offering them to local restaurants and to anyone brave enough to make the trip down our road to the farm! At this point, you are welcome to put together your own selection of vegetablesContinue reading “Winter Vegetables Still Available – January 2013”
Fall Harvest Baskets Available throughout November!
We have had a great first full season here at Fiddle Foot Farm and are now enjoying the fall bounty of vegetables. We still plan on offering a Winter CSA in future years, but this requires a large root cellar, which we were not able to construct this season. As a result, we will notContinue reading “Fall Harvest Baskets Available throughout November!”