Vern Molloy's Trees & Books

1579 Hollowview Road
Centre Hastings (Stirling) , ON K0K 3E0
9:00 am-5:00 pm
Pinnacle Street
Belleville , ON K8N 2Y8
Belleville Farmers Market is open all year round
7:00 am-6:00 pm
7:00 am-6:00 pm
7:00 am-6:00 pm
2666 Harmony Road
Corbyville , ON K0K1V0
Early May to the end of October
525 Ashley St.
Foxboro , ON K0K2B0
Tuesday - Saturday
9:00 am-5:00 pm


Vernon Molloy & Patricia Carrol
ivanhoe [at]

Vernon Molloy has a tree farm in Centre Hastings.

When not tending trees, he writes about social and economic issues. 

  • "How Philosophy Could Save The World" includes an argument for Two-Engine Economies: Robust local economies, in tandem with central economies, would minimize environmental consequences.
  • Ironically, the more goods and services produced and consumed locally, the more likely we are to embrace green technologies and low-cost distribution systems.

When not buttonholing bystanders, Vern grows white spruce, blue spruce, white pine, balsam fir and sugar maples.

He offers Christmas trees, ornamental boughs, firewood, landscaping, pruning and tree removal.


  • White Spruce

  • Blue Spruce

  •  White Pine

  •  Red Pine

  •  Scots Pine

  •  Balsam Fir

  •  Sugar Maple

  • Christmas Trees.

  • Ornamental Boughs

  •  Vern has trees at the Belleville Farmers' Market during spring and fall planting seasons; and 'organically-grown' Christmas trees (sometimes for four or five weeks) every December.

  • 3' to 8' coniferous trees and 12' maple trees at the farm, delivered and/or planted.
  • Landscaping, pruning and tree removal.


available at:

  • Diaspora or Oblivion (2018)

  • World Class Unionism (2019)

  • The Colour of Angels (2020)

Vernon often has copies of these books in whatever vehicle he is driving.

Free e-book versions are available on request. Skeptics must be encouraged. No matter the cost, the alternatives are worse.

To request free ebooks or pdf copies, email: