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THE LOST LINK IN AGRICULTURE


Reconnecting consumers to producers with Community Supported Agriculture “Eating is an agricultural act,” said great writer, activist, and farmer Wendell Berry. If you consume food you are a participant in agriculture, and so we all are. Not that long ago people grew most, or all, of their food and if they didn’t grow it themselves, they often knew who did.…

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CSA FARMS ON PEI


VEGETABLE CSAs Jen and Derek’s Farm Located in the Wilmot Valley, pick up in Summerside. Produce also available at the Bedeque Village Store and Farmed-Market and Craft Butchery in Summerside, Riverview Market in Charlottetown, and Arlington Orchard farm stands at Stratford, Ellens Creek and Miscouche. Little Victory Microfarms Located in New Glasgow. Pick up in Charlottetown and New Glasgow.  …

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Making it to the Small Time


Growing better not bigger with Little Victory MicroFarms Forget about “making it big.” Micro is the new macro, nano the new giga. For mother- daughter duo Tara Callaghan and Debi Stevenson, when it comes to growing high quality produce, small is mighty. In fact, little IS the goal! With small plots in New Glasgow and a large backyard in East…

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Winter in PEI, With a Side of Local, Organic Vegetables Please!


With the winter months stretching out ahead, you’re likely bracing yourself for eight dollar heads of cauliflower and tomatoes that have trekked thousands of miles. Thanks to our innovative Island farmers, however, options for fresh fare throughout the frigid months are cropping up. Soleil Hutchinson, began offering a winter CSA (community supported agriculture) share in 2015 for those that want…

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