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Reinink Family Farms has been producing, grading, and marketing certified organic eggs in the Kingston area for over 30 years on the farm that Hank-John’s parents established over 60 years ago. Janet and Hank-John were regular vendors for over 20 years at the Kingston Public Market, and also spent many years as vendors at Ottawa’s Lansdowne Market. After a
successful career supplying eggs to many of Kingston’s finest independent grocery stores and restaurants, we have decided to sell our eggs exclusively at the Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market. We look forward to seeing our regular customers and meeting new customers every Sunday, rain or shine.

Contact: HJ and Janet

 

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Charlie’s Acres is Hannah Barron, Adrienne Chalaturnyk, and Charlie the Dog! We grow high quality vegetables on under an acre in Croydon, Ontario. We prioritize environmental stewardship and use no-till and intensive gardening practices to bring a variety of veggies and herbs to Memorial Centre Market and to our CSA members. Check out our website for more info on us and our farming practices.

Website: https://www.charliesacres.ca/
Phone: 705-571-4523
Address: Stone Mills, Ontario

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Redwing Herb Farm is a small farm located on Howe Island, just outside of Kingston/Katarokwi, Ontario.

We are two herbalists offering organic, medicinal herbs grown with care, along with tea mixes, herbal honeys, and salves. We value herbal education and cultivating community, and also offer workshops and plant walks. You can learn more about us, our practices, and values at www.redwingherbfarm.com, and can find us on facebook and instagram @redwingherbfarm.

redwingherbfarm@gmail.com

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Nikki and Stuart have farmed their way across Ontario and parts of Quebec for the last decade. Both grew up in the Kingston/ Wolfe Island area, and are very happy to be back in the hood and serving this community! Inspired by the principles of Agroecology, Rooted Oak strives to nurture the land and our community using practices that put the environment first. Utilizing a combination of modern technology as well as traditional farm philosophy, Rooted Oak Farm uses ecologically sustainable systems and practices in the understanding that true sustainability is not just financial but includes the environment, quality of life and stewardship of the land.
Rooted Oak grows over 40 different types of vegetables and a wide array of cut flowers.
North Augusta, ON
613-340-7633
info@rootedoak.ca
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The Kitchen Garden is a small scale Biodynamic vegetable farm located in Wilton, Ontario run by Evan Quigley since 2009. The farm is situated on 10 acres with wonderful biodiversity, deep sandy soils just 20 minutes by car from downtown Kingston. Our mission is to grow the best tasting, highest quality, nutrient dense, organic produce as possible!

We are obsessed with soil. Soil is living and dynamic. We’ve seen first hand that a healthy plant growing in a truly healthy soil will not be plagued by pests or disease. The more successful we are at building and balancing our soil the better the plant may nourish us. The benefits don’t end there. We have observed fewer weeds in our fields and much greater yields of higher quality produce. A small, well managed farm can be incredibly productive!

Learn more at http://www.thekitchengarden.ca/

The Kitchen Garden
705 Simmons Road
Odessa, ON K0H 2H0
T: 613-386-1249
E: info@thekitchengarden.ca

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Darin and Deb Kelly, currently of Kingston, Ontario, began market gardening in 2006, eventually developing their first farm in the United States into a hydroponic greenhouse and field-grown tomato farm.  They began testing mushrooms and studying mushroom cultivation in 2014, adding that to their farm in the States.  In 2017, they sold their farm in Indiana to another grower, and returned to Ontario to focus full-time on mushroom cultivation.  Currently, their focus is on oyster, shiitake, lion’s mane, maitake, cordyceps, wine cap, reishi, and turkey tail production.  Formerly Kelly’s Gourmet Mushrooms, now they are doing business as The Fungi Connection.

Website: www.thefungiconnection.com

Email: darin@kellysgourmetmushrooms.ca

Phone: 613-532-6025

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Honey Wagon Farms is a small, friendly, farm-gate operation owned by Sandi and Ed Taylor. We cultivate approximately 10 acres of regular and specialty vegetables grown without the use of herbicides, fungicides or pesticides. Our selection of fresh produce covers a range from A to Z, beginning with the much anticipated spring asparagus and ending with the versatile zucchini. Our largest crops are potatoes, pumpkins and squash, of which we grow a number of varieties.

Each new season begins with the production of maple syrup. We adhere to traditional practices at Honey Wagon when tapping and processing. We hang 600 buckets, manually empty each one, boil on an open wood-fired evaporator and filter using the basic technique of gravity-feed through felt. Our syrup is sold in decorative gift bottles, some originating in Italy.

Our products are available on the plate at restaurants in the County and Kingston. They can also be purchased at our farm gate on Sandy Hook Road and at our seasonal stall at the engaging, producer-driven and community supported Memorial Market.

Sandi & Ed Taylor

265 Sandy Hook Road, Picton, ON

613-476-6191

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Collective Joy Farm is an open access indoor farm in beautiful Gananoque, Ontario.

Here, we grow our microgreens, herbs, and edible flowers as well as craft our line of whole foods, plant-based food and fresh juice.

Our space is open to the public and we also offer skill sharing workshops, courses, and more!

Contact: Tammara Maher
Address: 26 Charles St S, Gananoque, ON K7G 1V9
Phone: 613-328-1006
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Located 15 minutes north of Madoc, ON, in the Living Village intentional community, Winding Path Organic Farm has operated since 2011 and produces a diverse selection of soups and preserves free of refined sugar and grains, as well as fruits and vegetables free of any pesticides or herbicides.

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We are Terry and Sue and we are the owners and operators of Winding Path Organic Farm which is in Eldorado Ontario. Our 3-acre market garden is located on a 75-acre piece of land off of highway 62. We got tired of the rat race and followed our life long dream of farming & food preparation which is a passion of ours.
Contact: Terry & Sue
City: Kingston, ON, K7M 1P9
Phone: 416-709-1201
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Roots Down Organic Farm is owned and operated by Jeff and Sue Klug, along with their two children Mara and Neville. 2012 will be our 7th year farming here and running our CSA. We are located north of Gananoque near Seeley’s Bay, Ontario, in the heart of the Frontenac Arch Biosphere. Here, five eco-regions merge, with the highest acre per acre biodiversity in all of Canada. Our fields were first cleared in the 1850’s and have been farmed ever since. In 1972, the farm was purchased by three families who over the years have planted more than 10,000 trees. Through their efforts, what was once one large cornfield has now become many small fields surrounded by forest, the perfect balance between farm and nature. Every season we are continually amazed by the number of different plants and animals who also call this land their home.

Healthy soil grows healthy food, it’s as simple as that. We strive to achieve this by using compost, cover crops and biologically based soil amendments. All weeds on our farm are manually removed, no herbicides are ever used. Insect pests are dealt with by manual removal, covering of crops with physical barriers, and by encouraging beneficial insects to feed on them. No genetically modified seeds or plants are ever used on our farm. We have been Certified Organic by Ecocert Canada since 2007.

Contact: Jeff Klug
Address: 145 Taylor Rd W Leeds Gananoque, ON, K7G 2V3
Phone: 613-532-0581
Website: rootsdown.ca
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