While you are in Ottawa Valley, why not join in on the Maple Weekend? Take a crop tour of valley maple producers to get you a first-hand look at how maple products are produced, from tree to table, along with the chance to taste and purchase quality maple products.
Close to North Bay? On April 25th, 2015, come out to Powassan for some free family fun. Pancake breakfasts, local maple syrup, live music, demonstrations, horse drawn wagon rides through the sugarbush. .
Get ready for Maple Syrup season. Ontario Maple Syrup Producers Association (OMSPA) lists all sorts of events in your area. Tap in to CropTouring to find a maple sugar shack wherever you find yourself.
The Ottawa Farmer’s Market returns to the newly renovated Lansdowne Park and will stay as an indoor farmers market. Very cool. Speaking of local produce in winter, Bluegrass Farm offers winter CSA.
Crop Touring welcomes the Ontario Beekeepers Association (OBA). You can learn all about honey and even about beekeeping. Ever wondered why honeybees love hexagons? Watch Ted Talks
There are many great farmers’ markets in Ontario. Farmers’ markets are an easy way to find local food and get to know the farmers who produce your food. To find farmers’ markets, choose Markets The markets that are members of Farmers’ Markets Ontario (FMO) conform to the FMO guidelines of quality and integrity. Come for the…
Come to Scone, Ontario for a taste of local food. The Grey Bruce Agriculture & Culinary Association (GBACA) is hosting the Field to Fork Dinner on Thursday, October 23, 2014. Savour tasty delights and bid on culinary experiences. There’s more that just scones in Scone.
The DayTripper is a FREE magazine that will guide you to intriguing, unique and unexpected stops. You’ll find antiques, artisans, live theatre, tearooms, cafes, bed and breakfasts, museums and so many other unique destinations in Southern Ontario. Come and explore our little corner of the Earth.
For a fresh look at rural culture, tour out to Ivy in Simcoe County to see the International Plowing Match, September 16-20, 2014. Dancing Tractors? How cool is that?
September 9, 10, 11 come out to Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show. This year it is in Woodstock, Ontario. Ever wonder what high tech means to food production? Come and have a look at some fascinating demos and exhibits.