Thanks to all who joined us at our Annual General Meeting!
It was such a pleasure to see your faces and hear your voices.

A special thanks to our guest comic Deborah Kimmett, and to our invited guests for their inspiring words and support, including Shelby Kramp-Neuman (M.P. for Hastings—Lennox and Addington), Todd Smith (M.P.P. for Bay of Quinte and Minister of Energy), Daryl Kramp (M.P.P. for Hastings—Lennox and Addington), Deputy Mayor Jim Alyea and Councillor David McCue (City of Quinte West), Mayor Mitch Panciuk (Belleville), Warden Rick Phillips (Hastings County), Mary Lynn Rutledge (Community Futures of North & Central Hastings and South Algonquin), Mayor Tom Deline (Centre Hastings), Mayor Bob Mullins (Stirling-Rawdon), Libby Clarke (Hastings County), Lauren Riddell (Hastings County) and Resi Walt (Ontario Federation of Agriculture).

Check out the new Harvest Hastings infographic video!

It’s time to renew your Harvest Hastings membership (or become a new member)! Membership costs $35 and includes a  listing in our annual magazine, as well as one-on-one help adding and managing your business on Google Maps and a Free Website on Google My Business with web developer Word and Data. You can register with PayPal at this link or send a cheque to Harvest Hastings, c/o Haanover View Farms, 4062 Blessington Road, Marysville, Ontario, K0K 2N0.

Seeing our community on the screen made us very excited to see you in person! Thanks to the support of the CFDC and Hastings County, we’ll be creating our own line of seed packages to hand out at events and promote Harvest Hastings. Look for us in the Spring at farmers’ markets and community events. We can’t wait to Get Growing with you as part of our New Connections, New Roots project!

Another part of the New Connections, New Roots project is to create three regionally-focused brochures that include an agri-tourism experience map, a showcase of local producers, and other key area visitor information. Do YOU want to be on the map? A listing ad costs $25 and we will be printing 500 copies of each (North, Centre and South). Thank you, Community Futures!
If you want to be showcased in one of our agri-tourism brochures,
email Karen at [email protected]
Have you registered for this online networking and learning opportunity? You can register from the Harvest Hastings website by following the FREE OMAFRA Workshop  Selling Food to Ontario link at the top of the page.
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