Wooler Dale Farm grows a variety of seasonal vegetables and stores many over the winter. They are an a certified organic farm.
Rozema Farms have a pumpkin patch.
There is a large vegetable garden at Marsh Hill Farm and you can buy vegetables in season at the farm gate.
Amish families sell vegetables at the farm gate.
You can find Jerusalem artichokes at Loghrin Farm and are cultivated for their edible tubers.
The Wilsons grow a variety of herbs, which they dried and sell in bunches which can be used for decoration and in the kitchen.
Farmer Mike (Kerby) with help for his extended family have one of the biggest pumpkins patches in central Hastings.
These gourds can be dried and used as a bird feeder.
Sam and Mary Loghrin and their daughter Helen grow a variety of potatoes including Russet, Red Chieftain, Kennebec, and Eramosa. They know how important it is to handle the potatoes properly.
During the growing season you can buy vegetables at the roadside stand. There are tomatoes, beans, potatoes, cucumbers, squash, pumpkins, cantaloupe, onions and sweet corn.
Harvest Hastings is a community-run project that promotes access to local and sustainable agriculture.
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