We have delicious potatoes this year, and have a small quantity for sale.
Drew and Betty Ferguson grow high-quality garlic and have limited quantities for sale in August.
Spring Creek Maple syrup is made at Robinson Family Farms. Charles Robinson has over a thousand taps in his maple bush for collecting sap.
Broad beans are a cool weather vegetables. One has to plant them early in the spring. It is best to remove the skin of the beans before cooking.
Bea Heissler and Dan Navrot grow a variety of fresh, field grown chemical free produce at their farm near Frankford. They sell them at their stand at 297 Mill, Frankford, in Quinte West.
Marion Peters has a small strawberry patch on the Peters Farm on Harrington Road. Either phone to see is she has some or stop if you are passing.
The hard winter this year took its toil on Peter Bussell's bees. He is having to re establish some of his hives. He uses an electric fence to prevent beers from getting at his bee hives.
You can find locally produced maple syrup at the Ivanhoe Cheese Factory store.
Swiss chard is a very nutritious leafy greens Like spinach, swiss chard is high in vitamin K, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, iron, fiber, and calcium. In addition, swiss chard is high in Vitamin E.
If you are bored with iceberg lettuce or romaine you can chose from a variety of different types of lettuces and mesclun without chemicals at Springhill Farm Vegetable Gardens.
Harvest Hastings is a community-run project that promotes access to local and sustainable agriculture.
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