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FARM FRESH DESTINATIONS

Your Map Guide to Local Food

PICK. EAT. LOVE.

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This guide will give you a taste of what’s local with an international flair – a blend of delicious food and drink containing Northumberland staples. The items in this Map Guide are rooted in our rich Canadian culture, and are favourites to many who have made their home here.

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Northumberland

Agriculture is a vital part of our economy. The “Proudly Northumberland” symbol means the product was produced right here. The Ontario Agri-Food Venture Centre (OAFVC) helps farmers prepare fresh, frozen and processed foods locally.


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What’s Inside • Where to fi nd local produce, proteins, beverages and sweets • International recipes with Northumberland ingredients • A calendar of Farmers’ Markets, community events, and a seasonal chart of local produce

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Recipe Ingredients This graphic on each recipe page shows which ingredients are local. Match up the symbols with the same colours on the map side to see where you can buy from local farmers when preparing these international recipes.


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GET IT LOCALLY: These local Empire Cheese varieties are recommended: Old or Extra Old, Smoked Old Cheddar, Gouda, Smoked Gouda, Monterey Jack, Garlic or Jalapeño. Visit EmpireCheese.ca for other flavours.

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avoury This delicious quick bread could be your next mealtime favourite, inspired by the flavourful beers and delicious cheeses of the Netherlands. We’ve included a wonderful combination of local ingredients here.

Cheddar Beer Bread INGREDIENTS 3 cups all purpose flour 1 tbsp. baking powder 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. garlic powder 2 tbsp. sugar

DIRECTIONS

■ 3 tbsp. fresh chopped herbs ■ 2 ¼ cups grated cheese ■ 12 oz. of craft beer (alcohol-free beer can also be used) YIELD: 1 loaf of 8-12 slices

1. Set aside 1 tbsp. herbs and 1/4 cup cheese for topping. 2. Mix first 5 ingredients together in large bowl with a wooden spoon. Then blend in herbs (dill, rosemary or other) and grated cheese. 3. Mix in beer last. Batter should be the consistency of Bisquick™. Spoon into a well-greased bread/loaf pan. 4. Sprinkle herbs and grated cheese topping onto batter. 5. Bake at 350 ˚F for about 50 minutes, or until a toothpick in the center comes out clean. 6. Remove bread from the oven and let rest for about 10 minutes. 7. Remove from pan, cool, then slice and enjoy. (Recipe adapted from food.com)

ect a local beer based on the flavour you want to achieve: Church-Key’s Irish Red Ale for a toasted malt flavour Northumberland Hills Brewery’s Project 22 Lager for a aramel nuttiness Presqu’ile Craft Brewery’s Lighthouse Lite for a mild, risp flavour William Street Beer Co’s Harvest Ale for full flavour


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GET IT LOCALLY: This dish features pork, but chicken and beef are excellent substitutes. For maple syrup, try Rose Elm, Thomey Farm or Curles Sugar Shack. The vegetables can come from Northumberland’s many farm destinations. You can also visit our community Farmers’ Markets. (All are detailed in this Map Guide).


isfying This popular Filipino dish comes from the northern regions of the Philippines. This version is ideal for Northumberland with pork, fresh seasonal vegetables, and a little maple syrup.

Pinakbet INGREDIENTS ■ ¼ lb. pork ■ 1 large eggplant ■ 1 medium zucchini or summer squash ■ ¼ lb. squash ■ 3 pieces large tomato ■ 1 piece chopped onion 1 tbsp. minced ginger ■ 3 cloves crushed garlic

■ 6 to 8 pieces okra ■ 1 bunch green beans 4 tbsp. fish sauce or soy sauce ■ 2 tbsp. maple syrup 1 cup water 3 tbsp. cooking oil salt and pepper to taste

DIRECTIONS 1. Cut the pork and the rest of the ingredients into bite sizes. Slice the okra into ½ inch rings. 2. Heat the pan and add the cooking oil. 3. Sauté garlic, ginger, onion and tomato for about 2 minutes. 4. Add the pork and cook it completely, until it is no longer pink in the centre (at least 145 ˚F with meat thermometer). 5. Stir in the fish sauce (or soy sauce), maple syrup and cook for 2 minutes. 6. Cover all the ingredients with water. Bring to a boil, then simmer. 7. Add the squash and simmer for 5 minutes. 8. Add the remaining vegetables. Simmer for 5 minutes or until all the vegetables are cooked. 9. Add salt and pepper to taste. Serve over steamed rice. (Recipe adapted from Wikipedia)


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GET IT LOCALLY: Special local, handcrafted ciders can be found at the following cideries in Northumberland: the 401 Brewery and the Empire Cider Co.


mooth Great Britain is a leading consumer of hard cider. With Northumberland’s British influence it’s not surprising that the Apple Route is part of our local heritage.

Apple Cider 3 Ways GINGER CIDER WITH MINT ■ 1 tbsp. of fresh mint leaves 1. Muddle the mint leaves, ginger, lemon zest and maple 1 small piece of fresh ginger syrup in a bowl with pestle root, sliced or wooden spoon. 1 piece of lemon zest (taken 2. Transfer mixture to a from rind of a fresh lemon) cocktail shaker, and add ■ 1 tsp. of local maple syrup the fresh cider. ■ 6 oz. of locally-crafted hard 3. Strain mixture into a clear apple cider (or farm fresh glass with ice. Garnish with a cider for a mocktail) sprig of mint. ■ 1 sprig of fresh mint (garnish)

APPLE CIDER SANGRIA ■ 1 sliced apple ■ 1 sliced pear 1 sliced lemon 8 oz. apple brandy 1 bottle white wine ■ 32 oz. farm fresh apple cider

1. Combine all ingredients in a large pitcher. 2. Chill at least 4 hours and up to overnight. 3. Serve with pieces of fruit in large wine glasses with ice.

SMOKE & SPICE CIDER ■ 3 slices of jalapeño pepper 1. Muddle the mint leaves and jalapeño in a bowl with pestle ■ 1 tbsp. of fresh mint leaves or wooden spoon. ■ 1 tsp. of local maple syrup 2. Transfer mixture to a ¾ oz. of fresh lime juice cocktail shaker and add ■ 6 oz. of locally-crafted hard the fresh cider. apple cider (or farm fresh 3. Strain mixture into a tall cider for a mocktail) glass with ice. Garnish with ■ 1 sprig of fresh mint (garnish) a sprig of mint. (Recipe adapted from Real Simple.com)


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GET IT LOCALLY: The avour of the honey syrup is based on the kind of honey selected. Some varieties include alfalfa, apple blossom, buckwheat and lavender. Local honey is produced at Dancing Bee Apiaries and Campbell’s Honey House. Garnish this treat with local lavender, or fruit in season, such as sliced strawberries, peaches and apples.


Sweet Baklava is a memorable treat with origins in Syria, Greece and Turkey. We’ve added a special twist on this decadent dessert with a syrup made from Northumberland honey.

Honey Baklava INGREDIENTS 1 (16 oz.) package phyllo sheets, thaw 1 hour before using 1 lb. (about 4 cups) walnuts, finely chopped 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 1 cup granulated sugar

¾ cup water ■ ½ cup honey 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, melted ■ fresh lavender to garnish. (a small amount is excellent drizzled with honey syrup)

DIRECTIONS 1. Honey Syrup: Combine sugar, water and honey in a medium saucepan. Bring to a boil while stirring frequently to melt sugar. Reduce heat and simmer for 4 minutes. Let cool completely. 2. Baklava: Chop walnuts into small pieces (food processor is best). Add cinnamon and set aside. Melt butter to a liquid state (microwave or stove) in separate pot. 3. Grease a 9x13 in. baking pan and preheat oven to 325 ˚F. Unpackage phyllo sheets and trim to fit pan. Place phyllo sheets between 2 damp kitchen towels to prevent drying out. 4. Add one sheet of phyllo dough to pan and brush with melted butter. Repeat with another 9 sheets for a stack of 10 buttered phyllo sheets. Top with ¾ cup of the chopped walnut mixture. 5. Top with another phyllo sheet, butter and repeat until you have a stack of 5 buttered phyllo sheets. Top with ¾ cup of the walnut mixture. Repeat this step 3 more times. 6. Add another 10 phyllo sheets, buttering each sheet between layering and spreading the remaining butter on top. 7. Cut lengthwise into 1.5-in. wide strips. Then cut diagonally to form diamond shapes. Bake for 50-60 minutes or until the top is golden brown. 8. Remove from the oven and leave in the pan. Immediately pour the honey syrup over the top and let cool completely. (Recipe adapted from natashaskitchen.com)


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Warkworth Maple Syrup Festival WarkworthMapleSyrupFestival.ca

Church-Key Spring Revival ChurchKeyBrewing.com

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Codrington Farmers’ Market

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Campbellford Farmers’ Market

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Hastings Farmers’ Market

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Port Hope Farmers’ Market

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2992 County Road 30 • SUN:10-2

River St. & Front St. • SAT & WED: 8-Noon

104 Bridge St. • SAT: 8-1

56 Queen St., SAT: 8-Noon • 177 Toronto Rd., WED: 1-5

Second St. & Albert St. • SAT: 7-1 (May-Oct.); 8-1 (Nov.-Dec.)

Colborne Apple Blossom Tyme Colborne • AppleBlossomTyme.com

Annual Beef Day

Northumberland Cattlemen’s Association • OntarioBeef.com

Incredible Edibles Food Festival IncredibleEdiblesFestival.com

Campbellford/Seymour Agricultural Fair CampbellfordFair.ca

Warkworth Long Lunch

BBQ beef/pork, corn, pies • Warkworth.ca

Warkworth, Port Hope & Roseneath Fairs NorthumberlandTourism.com/events

United Church 100-Mile Diet Event

Haldimand Community Arena • CastletonGraftonUC.com

Brighton Applefest BrightonApplefest.ca

Cultivate – A Festival of Food and Drink Port Hope • CultivateFestival.ca

Perfect Pie Contest Warkworth • Warkworth.ca


FRUIT IN SEASON Apples Blueberries Cherries (Sweet & Sour) Crabapples Cranberries Currants (Black) Gooseberries Grapes (Blue & Green) Muskmelon Peaches Pears Plums Raspberries Rhubarb Strawberries Watermelon

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VEGETABLES IN SEASON Arugula Asparagus Beans Beets Broccoli Brussel Sprouts Cabbage Carrots Cauliflower Corn (Sweet) Cucumbers Eggplant Garlic Herbs (Many Varieties incl. Lavender) Heirloom Vegetables Kale Lettuce Onions (Green Bunching) Onions (Cooking) Parsnips Peas (Green & Snow) Peppers (Hot) Peppers (Green, Orange, Red Yellow) Potatoes Radicchio Radishes Rutabaga Spinach Squash Tomatoes (Field) Tomatoes (Cherry & Specialty) Zucchini

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Dan Dell • 5376 Ganaraska Rd., Campbellcroft 905-797-2623 • DellFam@ eagle.ca • TheFarmersDell.wordpress.com PYO strawberries, roadside market for sweet corn & seasonal vegetables.

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Lamb’s Farm Fresh Produce Ruth or Jim Lamb • 4161 County Rd. 2, Port Hope 905-753-2451 • Ruth21@ sympatico.ca Featuring responsibly-produced, seasonal, fresh vegetables including sweet corn, as well as fruits & jams.

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VanDorp Farms Bill & MaryJean VanDorp • 3786 County Rd. 28, Port Hope 905-885-0207 • MJVanDorp@ sympatico.ca Big, plentiful, beautiful strawberries PYO or pre-picked, available mid-June. Market at s/w corner of 4th Line & County Rd. 28.

Casteels Greenhouses Alfons & Tom Casteels • 909 Centreton Rd., Centreton 905-349-2250 • Dialcas@ eml.cc • CasteelsGreenhouses.com Growing & selling greenhouse tomatoes & cucumbers from April - December.

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Burnham Family Farm Market Anne, Paul, Katie, Mark & Amy Burnham 7760 County Rd. 2, Cobourg • 905-373-4578 BurnhamFarmMarket@ gmail.com • BurnhamFamilyFarmMarket.ca Asparagus, strawberries, peas, beans, raspberries, corn, home grown popcorn, peaches, apples, pumpkins & bakery.

Carruthers Country Fields Malcolm & Cathy Carruthers • 9883 Danforth Rd. East, Cobourg 905-396-7387 • CathyAndMalcolm@ sympatico.ca Sweet corn, pumpkins, blackberries, raspberries, honey, preserves, baking & gift baskets.

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Moore Orchards Heidi & Patrick Behan • 1497 Moore Orchard Rd., Cobourg (905) 372-3911• MooreOrchards@xplornet.ca High-quality, locally-grown apples, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, pears, cider & apple cider vinegar.

Fifth Wind Henry & Joanna Wiersma • 3987 Timlin Rd., Cold Springs 905-342-3666 • FifthWinds@ gmail.com PureJoyHerbalCreations.ca Featuring a real farm experience with unique pick-your-own CSA garden & Sea Buckthorn orchard. Farm tours & herbal walks.

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Knight’s Appleden Fruit Ltd.

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Wicklow Way Farm

11687 County Rd. 2, Colborne 905-349-2521 • Knights-Appleden.ca Fruit market plus pies, jams, salsa & cider. Gregory Hill & Elaina Asselin 188 Lakeport Rd., Colborne • 905-355-5260 Elaina.Asselin@WicklowWay.ca • WicklowWay.ca Certified organic market garden vegetables. Eggs, chicken, ducks, pork & goat.

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Deleeuw Orchards

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True Saffron Producers Inc.

John & Dan Deleeuw • 11922 County Rd. 2, Colborne 905-396-5360 • AppleGuy@ hotmail.ca Visit their market with sweet corn, squash, tomatoes, apples, plums & pears.

Julie Perry & Patrick Niewiadomski • 10282 County Rd. 2, Grafton 647-400-2509 • RedTractorFarmAndMarket@ gmail.com Their own honey, seasonal fruits & veggies including pumpkins, berries, sweet corn, tomatoes & more. Outdoor Christmas market.

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Martin’s Fruit & Vegetable Farm

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Eva Mae Farm

Barbara Klatt • 346 Concession 12 East, Hastings 705-696-3307 • BeeKlatt@ gmail.com • BrooksideFarm.ca Organically-raised heirloom vegetables & gourmet preserves. Please call ahead. Martin & Joseph Oates • 207 Lake Rd., Campbellford 705-653-0389 • Martins_FruitAndVeggies@ hotmail.com Unique fruits & vegetables. Call for details. Eric Banhorst • PO Box 3029, Brighton 613-661-6313 • Eric@ EvaMaeFarm.com • EvaMaeFarm.com Locally-grown, non-certified organic vegetables available through CSA membership. Pick-up at Codrington Market.

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Rainbow Terrace Greenhouse & Garden

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McIntosh Corn Fed Beef Shawn & Mellissa McIntosh • 8536 Willis Rd., Cold Springs 905-342-3335 (or 905-34-BEEF5) • MissMcIntosh2002@ gmail.com Finishing their own cattle. Beef by the side & in boxes.

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Shropshire Hills Farm Albert Botha • 317 Academy Hill Rd., Grafton • 289-251-6872 OntarioLamb@ gmail.com • ShropshireHillsFarm.com Fresh Ontario lamb, naturally raised, free of hormones & antibiotics.

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The Edge Of The Woods Albert & Ghel Jarvis 313 Joice Rd., Grafton • 905-349-2629 Grass-fed beef, poultry, eggs, maple syrup, baked goods & vegetables. 8 am - 6 pm, 7 days a week.

Kevin & Margo King • 590 Crestview Rd., Campbellford 705-653-1252 • info@ KingsholmFarms.com • KingsholmFarms.com Ethical producers of organically-fed, naturally-raised beef, pork & chicken.

Forestell Turkey Farm Mike & Joanne Forestell • 709 6th Conc., Campbellford 705-653-4919 • MJForestell1993@ outlook.com Farm-grown turkeys – frozen, whole birds, available Thanksgiving & Christmas.

Empire Cheese Co-op Vicki McMillan 1120 County Rd. 8, Campbellford • 705-653-3187 Vicki@ EmpireCheese.ca• EmpireCheese.ca Fresh curd, aged cheddar, speciality cheese, gift baskets & local products.

Century Game Park Rod & Elaine Potter 460 Percy Township Conc. 2, Warkworth • 705-924-3019 CenturyGamePark@trytel.com • CenturyGamePark.com Naturally-raised, quality bison & elk products. Available fresh & frozen, call for availability.

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Jess & Jennifer Madamba • 13516 County Rd. 2, Colborne 905-355-5725 • info@ PietersAppleyard.com • PietersAppleyard.com Peaches, pears, squash, pumpkins, apple cider, jam, jellies & relishes. PYO or pre-picked apples.

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Charlen Organic Farm Harry McMurter • 52 Grandview Rd., Brighton 613-475-4017 • Charlen@ promail.lks.net Non-certified organic plums, pears, apples, vegetables & fresh cut flowers in season.

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Denise Glover • 14260 County Rd. 29, Warkworth 705-924-3640 • GloverDR@ sympatico.ca GloversFarmMarket.com Featuring our own black angus beef, asparagus, sweet corn, strawberries & potatoes.

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Doug & Bonnie Gray • 285 Jakobi Rd., Castleton 905-344-1100 • DBGray@xplornet.ca Corn-finished Angus Beef orders (1/4 or 1/2), hamburger anytime.

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William Street Beer Co. Sean Walpole • 975 Elgin St., Cobourg 888-524-2337 (888-524-BEER) • Sean@ WilliamStreetBeer.com WilliamStreetBeer.com This microbrewery uses 100% locally-grown hops to craft more than 6 unique brews, including Cliff Top Pale Ale. Enjoy their brewhouse tours & tap room.

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Over the Hill Farm

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Northumberland Hills Brewery Rick Bailey, Michael Niles & Graham Knox 1024 Division St., Cobourg • 289-435-2004 Rick@ NHB.beer • NHB.beer A microbrewery specializing in creating a variety of craft beers sold in 650 ml bottles.

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Debbie Nightingale & Shain Jaffe • 1166 5th Line, Port Hope 416-402-8144 • Debbie@ HauteGoat.com Premium goat milk confections, goat cheese chocolate, goat butter caramel corn, salted goat milk caramels & goat butter fudge.

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Sue Whitefield • 5550 Glenvalley Rd., Port Hope 905-753-8448 • WillowGroveFarms@ yahoo.ca Baking, canning, frozen entrees, naturally-grown vegetables, perennials plus knitted items. Bruce Hendry • 3676 County Rd. 2, Port Hope • 905-376-2126 Specializing in local maple syrup.

Thomey Farm Dan Thomey • 6351 Dale Rd., Port Hope 905-885-9844 • D.J.Thomey@ gmail.com Quality maple syrup offered year-round. Tours during maple run.

Headwaters Community Farm & Education Centre Tony & Linda Armstrong 3517 Rowe Rd., Camborne • 289-829-0343 info@ HeadwatersFarm.ca • HeadwatersFarm.ca Featuring honey, preserves, dried teas, wild edibles, eggs, heritage breed chicken, plus you-pick or packaged seasonal vegetables.

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Curles Sugar Shack

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Campbell’s Honey House

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The Big Apple

Marc & Diane Curle • 726 8th Line West, Campbellford 705-653-2519 • info@ CurlesMaple.ca • CurlesMaple.ca Producing maple syrup, butter, sugar since 1862, new maple museum, year round. Terry & Janet Linton • 194 Linton Rd., Roseneath 705-924-2791 • terrylinton@ hotmail.com This family works together to create a unique, high quality, “old fashioned” maple syrup made using traditional wood fired evaporators. Leslie & Peter Campbell 220 Campbell Rd., Warkworth • 705-924-2577 Honey house sales on Fridays & Saturdays in August & September only. 262 Orchard Rd., Colborne • 905-355-2574 • TheBigApple.ca Enjoy unique apple & locally-made products.

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BEVERAGES John Graham 1678 County Rd. 38 (Pethericks Corners), Campbellford 1-877-314-2337 (877-314-BEER) • info@ ChurchKeyBrewing.com ChurchKeyBrewing.com The County’s first craft brewery, Church-Key has been proudly producing authentic ales since 2000. Taste award-winning, handcrafted ales in this former 1878 Methodist church.

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Ora Chandler, Doug Murray • 233 6th Line, Newtonville (West of Osaca, 3 in from East Townline Rd.) 905-786-2651 • OChandler@ hotmail.com Homemade preserves, jams, chutneys & relishes. Special requests filled.

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Craig & Merissa Johnston • 10704 County Rd. 28, Bailieboro 705-939-1737 • JohnFarm@ nexicom.net• JohnstonsFarmMarket.ca Maple syrup, berries, sweet corn, beans, spanish onions, beets, carrots, broccoli, cabbage, garlic, leeks, annuals & more.

Willow Grove Farms

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Robert Dunnett 143 Dundas St. East, Brighton • 613-475-0465 PYO & pre-picked apples. Also growing plums.

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Dave & Loraine Cheer • 365 Main St., Brighton 613-475-1717 • Cheer.Farms@ hotmail.com In season strawberries, sweet corn, apples, squash, pumpkin, field tomatoes, beans, peas & more. Bakery plus homemade jams & preserves. Judy Coates • 639 County Rd. 30., Brighton 613-475-1685 Apples, pears, fresh vegetables, homemade baking, preserves & gift baskets.

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Ed & Jahn VanEgmond • 13113 County Rd. 21, Colborne 905-344-7767 • EdVanEgmond1@ gmail.com Grass-fed beef, free-range pork, chicken, eggs & sweet corn in season.

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Todd Kalisz • 3384 Loyalist Rd., Canton • 905-753-2623 DancingBeeHoney@ gmail.com • Shop.DancingBeeHoney.com Fresh local honey, fresh raw bee polin & beekeeping supplies.

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Joseph Banbury • 14764 Little Lake Rd., Brighton 613-475-2630 • DMBanbury@ hotmail.com PYO blueberries.

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Beth Siwicky • County Rd. 2, 3 km West of Brighton • 613-475-4293 Cricklewood@sympatico.ca • Cricklewood.ca Lots of family fun! Farm market, corn maze, PYO apples, raspberries & pumpkins.

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Joe Hayes & Priscilla Courtenay • 503 Lakeshore Rd., Brighton 613-475-2726 • PophamLaneFarm@ gmail.com Black Currants – you-pick, pre-picked, frozen, jams, sauces & more to come. Check facebook.com/PophamLane for PYO times.

Terry, Anita & Stacy Jackson • 887 Purdy Rd., Colborne 905-355-2689 • StacyJJackson@ gmail.com Seasonal fruit, vegetables, plants, decorative florals, poultry & other farm products.

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The hours & street locations of our five FARMERS’ MARKETS are detailed on the other side of this guide. Discover an abundance of fresh food & treats, including organic or gluten free.

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Dave & Sherry Rutherford • 205 King St. East, Colborne 905-355-3024 • Skilruth@ hotmail.com • RutherfordsMarket.com Fresh local & home-grown produce, bread & buns, plus more.

Cindy Osland • 5029 Toronto Rd., Port Hope 905-375-5365 • OslandFarmMarket@ gmail.com Local farm market with neighbourhood-produced veggies, their own naturally raised meats & onsite bakery.

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Rutherford’s Farm & Roadside Market

Osland Farm Market

Frances & Vincent Paneduro • 528 Conc. 13, Hastings 705-696-2890 • VPaneduro@ yahoo.ca SunnybraeSpringbrookFarmsInc.com Ontario fresh lamb, water fowl, land fowl, eggs & also hatchlings. Seasonal products available. Point of sale: farm store.

Pieter’s Appleyard

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Jim Taylor • 8338 Gilmour Rd., Campbellcroft 905-797-2484 • LinwoodAcres@ sympatico.ca Kid-friendly fishing pond, fresh & smoked trout by the pound. Pond stock available. Freshness is our guarantee. Open year-round, 7 days a week: 9 am - 5 pm.

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Carman & Ellen Woods • 13944 County Rd. 2, Colborne 905-355-3632 • HiloFarmSalem@ bell.net Apples, pears, peppers, onions, squash, pumpkins, tomatoes & cucumbers in season.

Frank & Amanda Vaughan • 455 Loomis Rd., Codrington 613-475-9435 • Rainbow_Terrace@ hotmail.com Seasonal fruits, vegetables, annuals, perennials, herb & vegetable plants.

Martin Albert & Eric Charbonneau 108 Gummow Rd., Warkworth • 416-882-7154 info@TrueSaffron.ca • TrueSaffron.ca Organic saff ron awarded the highest quality rating, grown in Northumberland (ISO 3632). By appointment only, please call ahead.

Red Tractor Farm & Market

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John Moore • 5599 County Rd. 45, Baltimore 905-372-2662 • info@ BaltimoreValley.ca • BaltimoreValley.ca Sweet corn, potatoes, tomatoes, fruit trees, vegetable plants & more.

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Mark & Christine Lovshin • 7434 Telephone Rd., Cobourg 905-885-4048 • MLovshin@ cogeco.ca Variety of field tomatoes; assorted vegetables picked fresh daily.

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Elwood & Peggy Fenton 2708 County Rd. 28, Port Hope • 905-885-6445 Vegetables available in season starting with new potatoes, beets & zucchini. Open late June - Hallowe’en.

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Jamie & Kristin Ferguson • 7994 Mill St., Garden Hill 289-251-6403 • Ferguson.Farms@ yahoo.ca GardenHillFarmersMarket.com Farm fresh produce in season, May - November.

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Earl & Shirley Mitchell • 2008 Ganaraska Rd., Campbellcroft 905-797-3110 • EarlShirley.Mitchell@ gmail.com Asparagus, fall crops, squash & pumpkins.

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Experience a taste of Northumberland County at 65 farm fresh destinations. Enjoy choice produce, cheese & eggs, locally-raised meats, delicious sweets, plus smooth beverages.

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The information contained on the map and elsewhere within this brochure has been obtained from various sources and has been checked for accuracy and correctness. However, the information is supplied without express or implied warranty of any kind, including the warranty of fitness for a particular purpose. In no event will the County of Northumberland be liable for any damages whether incidental, consequential or direct in conjunction with or arising from the furnishing or use of this information. Copyright 2017 Northumberland Economic Development & Tourism. All rights reserved. Inset images from Northumberland Tourism. No part of this work may be reproduced without the permission of Northumberland Economic Development.

Empire Cider Co. Chris McRae • 222 Old Woller Rd., Codrington 613-922-9681 • info@ EmpireCider.ca • EmpireCider.ca This cidery handcrafts a dry, hard apple cider with local ingredients & no additives. Taste their “liquid sunshine” that’s as natural as possible.

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401 Brewery Karen Finlay, Nicolle Bially & Danielle Leavitt 262 Orchard Dr. (The Big Apple), Colborne • 905-355-2574 401Cider@ gmail.com • 401CiderCompany.com With 100% Ontario grown apples, this hard apple cider is delicious, perfectly balanced, crisp & lightly carbonated. Visit the store & tasting bar.

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Presqu’ile Craft Brewery Deborah Thomas 75 Harbour St., Brighton • 613-743-2117 PresquileCraftBrewery@ gmail.com Brewers of historic classical beers, barrel-aged & made with Brighton spring water, right from the wellhead. Their motto is “Rule one: make great beer.”


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Dan Dell • 5376 Ganaraska Rd., Campbellcroft 905-797-2623 • DellFam@ eagle.ca • TheFarmersDell.wordpress.com PYO strawberries, roadside market for sweet corn & seasonal vegetables.

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Lamb’s Farm Fresh Produce Ruth or Jim Lamb • 4161 County Rd. 2, Port Hope 905-753-2451 • Ruth21@ sympatico.ca Featuring responsibly-produced, seasonal, fresh vegetables including sweet corn, as well as fruits & jams.

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VanDorp Farms Bill & MaryJean VanDorp • 3786 County Rd. 28, Port Hope 905-885-0207 • MJVanDorp@ sympatico.ca Big, plentiful, beautiful strawberries PYO or pre-picked, available mid-June. Market at s/w corner of 4th Line & County Rd. 28.

Casteels Greenhouses Alfons & Tom Casteels • 909 Centreton Rd., Centreton 905-349-2250 • Dialcas@ eml.cc • CasteelsGreenhouses.com Growing & selling greenhouse tomatoes & cucumbers from April - December.

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Burnham Family Farm Market Anne, Paul, Katie, Mark & Amy Burnham 7760 County Rd. 2, Cobourg • 905-373-4578 BurnhamFarmMarket@ gmail.com • BurnhamFamilyFarmMarket.ca Asparagus, strawberries, peas, beans, raspberries, corn, home grown popcorn, peaches, apples, pumpkins & bakery.

Carruthers Country Fields Malcolm & Cathy Carruthers • 9883 Danforth Rd. East, Cobourg 905-396-7387 • CathyAndMalcolm@ sympatico.ca Sweet corn, pumpkins, blackberries, raspberries, honey, preserves, baking & gift baskets.

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Moore Orchards Heidi & Patrick Behan • 1497 Moore Orchard Rd., Cobourg (905) 372-3911• MooreOrchards@xplornet.ca High-quality, locally-grown apples, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, pears, cider & apple cider vinegar.

Fifth Wind Henry & Joanna Wiersma • 3987 Timlin Rd., Cold Springs 905-342-3666 • FifthWinds@ gmail.com PureJoyHerbalCreations.ca Featuring a real farm experience with unique pick-your-own CSA garden & Sea Buckthorn orchard. Farm tours & herbal walks.

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Wicklow Way Farm

11687 County Rd. 2, Colborne 905-349-2521 • Knights-Appleden.ca Fruit market plus pies, jams, salsa & cider. Gregory Hill & Elaina Asselin 188 Lakeport Rd., Colborne • 905-355-5260 Elaina.Asselin@WicklowWay.ca • WicklowWay.ca Certified organic market garden vegetables. Eggs, chicken, ducks, pork & goat.

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Deleeuw Orchards

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True Saffron Producers Inc.

John & Dan Deleeuw • 11922 County Rd. 2, Colborne 905-396-5360 • AppleGuy@ hotmail.ca Visit their market with sweet corn, squash, tomatoes, apples, plums & pears.

Julie Perry & Patrick Niewiadomski • 10282 County Rd. 2, Grafton 647-400-2509 • RedTractorFarmAndMarket@ gmail.com Their own honey, seasonal fruits & veggies including pumpkins, berries, sweet corn, tomatoes & more. Outdoor Christmas market.

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Martin’s Fruit & Vegetable Farm

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Eva Mae Farm

Barbara Klatt • 346 Concession 12 East, Hastings 705-696-3307 • BeeKlatt@ gmail.com • BrooksideFarm.ca Organically-raised heirloom vegetables & gourmet preserves. Please call ahead. Martin & Joseph Oates • 207 Lake Rd., Campbellford 705-653-0389 • Martins_FruitAndVeggies@ hotmail.com Unique fruits & vegetables. Call for details. Eric Banhorst • PO Box 3029, Brighton 613-661-6313 • Eric@ EvaMaeFarm.com • EvaMaeFarm.com Locally-grown, non-certified organic vegetables available through CSA membership. Pick-up at Codrington Market.

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McIntosh Corn Fed Beef Shawn & Mellissa McIntosh • 8536 Willis Rd., Cold Springs 905-342-3335 (or 905-34-BEEF5) • MissMcIntosh2002@ gmail.com Finishing their own cattle. Beef by the side & in boxes.

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Shropshire Hills Farm Albert Botha • 317 Academy Hill Rd., Grafton • 289-251-6872 OntarioLamb@ gmail.com • ShropshireHillsFarm.com Fresh Ontario lamb, naturally raised, free of hormones & antibiotics.

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The Edge Of The Woods Albert & Ghel Jarvis 313 Joice Rd., Grafton • 905-349-2629 Grass-fed beef, poultry, eggs, maple syrup, baked goods & vegetables. 8 am - 6 pm, 7 days a week.

Kevin & Margo King • 590 Crestview Rd., Campbellford 705-653-1252 • info@ KingsholmFarms.com • KingsholmFarms.com Ethical producers of organically-fed, naturally-raised beef, pork & chicken.

Forestell Turkey Farm Mike & Joanne Forestell • 709 6th Conc., Campbellford 705-653-4919 • MJForestell1993@ outlook.com Farm-grown turkeys – frozen, whole birds, available Thanksgiving & Christmas.

Empire Cheese Co-op Vicki McMillan 1120 County Rd. 8, Campbellford • 705-653-3187 Vicki@ EmpireCheese.ca• EmpireCheese.ca Fresh curd, aged cheddar, speciality cheese, gift baskets & local products.

Century Game Park Rod & Elaine Potter 460 Percy Township Conc. 2, Warkworth • 705-924-3019 CenturyGamePark@trytel.com • CenturyGamePark.com Naturally-raised, quality bison & elk products. Available fresh & frozen, call for availability.

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Jess & Jennifer Madamba • 13516 County Rd. 2, Colborne 905-355-5725 • info@ PietersAppleyard.com • PietersAppleyard.com Peaches, pears, squash, pumpkins, apple cider, jam, jellies & relishes. PYO or pre-picked apples.

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Charlen Organic Farm Harry McMurter • 52 Grandview Rd., Brighton 613-475-4017 • Charlen@ promail.lks.net Non-certified organic plums, pears, apples, vegetables & fresh cut flowers in season.

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Denise Glover • 14260 County Rd. 29, Warkworth 705-924-3640 • GloverDR@ sympatico.ca GloversFarmMarket.com Featuring our own black angus beef, asparagus, sweet corn, strawberries & potatoes.

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Doug & Bonnie Gray • 285 Jakobi Rd., Castleton 905-344-1100 • DBGray@xplornet.ca Corn-finished Angus Beef orders (1/4 or 1/2), hamburger anytime.

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William Street Beer Co. Sean Walpole • 975 Elgin St., Cobourg 888-524-2337 (888-524-BEER) • Sean@ WilliamStreetBeer.com WilliamStreetBeer.com This microbrewery uses 100% locally-grown hops to craft more than 6 unique brews, including Cliff Top Pale Ale. Enjoy their brewhouse tours & tap room.

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Northumberland Hills Brewery Rick Bailey, Michael Niles & Graham Knox 1024 Division St., Cobourg • 289-435-2004 Rick@ NHB.beer • NHB.beer A microbrewery specializing in creating a variety of craft beers sold in 650 ml bottles.

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Debbie Nightingale & Shain Jaffe • 1166 5th Line, Port Hope 416-402-8144 • Debbie@ HauteGoat.com Premium goat milk confections, goat cheese chocolate, goat butter caramel corn, salted goat milk caramels & goat butter fudge.

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Sue Whitefield • 5550 Glenvalley Rd., Port Hope 905-753-8448 • WillowGroveFarms@ yahoo.ca Baking, canning, frozen entrees, naturally-grown vegetables, perennials plus knitted items. Bruce Hendry • 3676 County Rd. 2, Port Hope • 905-376-2126 Specializing in local maple syrup.

Thomey Farm Dan Thomey • 6351 Dale Rd., Port Hope 905-885-9844 • D.J.Thomey@ gmail.com Quality maple syrup offered year-round. Tours during maple run.

Headwaters Community Farm & Education Centre Tony & Linda Armstrong 3517 Rowe Rd., Camborne • 289-829-0343 info@ HeadwatersFarm.ca • HeadwatersFarm.ca Featuring honey, preserves, dried teas, wild edibles, eggs, heritage breed chicken, plus you-pick or packaged seasonal vegetables.

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The Big Apple

Marc & Diane Curle • 726 8th Line West, Campbellford 705-653-2519 • info@ CurlesMaple.ca • CurlesMaple.ca Producing maple syrup, butter, sugar since 1862, new maple museum, year round. Terry & Janet Linton • 194 Linton Rd., Roseneath 705-924-2791 • terrylinton@ hotmail.com This family works together to create a unique, high quality, “old fashioned” maple syrup made using traditional wood fired evaporators. Leslie & Peter Campbell 220 Campbell Rd., Warkworth • 705-924-2577 Honey house sales on Fridays & Saturdays in August & September only. 262 Orchard Rd., Colborne • 905-355-2574 • TheBigApple.ca Enjoy unique apple & locally-made products.

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BEVERAGES John Graham 1678 County Rd. 38 (Pethericks Corners), Campbellford 1-877-314-2337 (877-314-BEER) • info@ ChurchKeyBrewing.com ChurchKeyBrewing.com The County’s first craft brewery, Church-Key has been proudly producing authentic ales since 2000. Taste award-winning, handcrafted ales in this former 1878 Methodist church.

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Ora Chandler, Doug Murray • 233 6th Line, Newtonville (West of Osaca, 3 in from East Townline Rd.) 905-786-2651 • OChandler@ hotmail.com Homemade preserves, jams, chutneys & relishes. Special requests filled.

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Craig & Merissa Johnston • 10704 County Rd. 28, Bailieboro 705-939-1737 • JohnFarm@ nexicom.net• JohnstonsFarmMarket.ca Maple syrup, berries, sweet corn, beans, spanish onions, beets, carrots, broccoli, cabbage, garlic, leeks, annuals & more.

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Robert Dunnett 143 Dundas St. East, Brighton • 613-475-0465 PYO & pre-picked apples. Also growing plums.

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Dave & Loraine Cheer • 365 Main St., Brighton 613-475-1717 • Cheer.Farms@ hotmail.com In season strawberries, sweet corn, apples, squash, pumpkin, field tomatoes, beans, peas & more. Bakery plus homemade jams & preserves. Judy Coates • 639 County Rd. 30., Brighton 613-475-1685 Apples, pears, fresh vegetables, homemade baking, preserves & gift baskets.

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Ed & Jahn VanEgmond • 13113 County Rd. 21, Colborne 905-344-7767 • EdVanEgmond1@ gmail.com Grass-fed beef, free-range pork, chicken, eggs & sweet corn in season.

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Todd Kalisz • 3384 Loyalist Rd., Canton • 905-753-2623 DancingBeeHoney@ gmail.com • Shop.DancingBeeHoney.com Fresh local honey, fresh raw bee polin & beekeeping supplies.

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Joseph Banbury • 14764 Little Lake Rd., Brighton 613-475-2630 • DMBanbury@ hotmail.com PYO blueberries.

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Janice & Dennis Laver • 295 Norham Rd., Warkworth 705-924-2623 • JDLaver@ sympatico.ca Farm fresh eggs year-round.

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Beth Siwicky • County Rd. 2, 3 km West of Brighton • 613-475-4293 Cricklewood@sympatico.ca • Cricklewood.ca Lots of family fun! Farm market, corn maze, PYO apples, raspberries & pumpkins.

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Joe Hayes & Priscilla Courtenay • 503 Lakeshore Rd., Brighton 613-475-2726 • PophamLaneFarm@ gmail.com Black Currants – you-pick, pre-picked, frozen, jams, sauces & more to come. Check facebook.com/PophamLane for PYO times.

Terry, Anita & Stacy Jackson • 887 Purdy Rd., Colborne 905-355-2689 • StacyJJackson@ gmail.com Seasonal fruit, vegetables, plants, decorative florals, poultry & other farm products.

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The hours & street locations of our five FARMERS’ MARKETS are detailed on the other side of this guide. Discover an abundance of fresh food & treats, including organic or gluten free.

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Dave & Sherry Rutherford • 205 King St. East, Colborne 905-355-3024 • Skilruth@ hotmail.com • RutherfordsMarket.com Fresh local & home-grown produce, bread & buns, plus more.

Cindy Osland • 5029 Toronto Rd., Port Hope 905-375-5365 • OslandFarmMarket@ gmail.com Local farm market with neighbourhood-produced veggies, their own naturally raised meats & onsite bakery.

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Rutherford’s Farm & Roadside Market

Osland Farm Market

Frances & Vincent Paneduro • 528 Conc. 13, Hastings 705-696-2890 • VPaneduro@ yahoo.ca SunnybraeSpringbrookFarmsInc.com Ontario fresh lamb, water fowl, land fowl, eggs & also hatchlings. Seasonal products available. Point of sale: farm store.

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Jim Taylor • 8338 Gilmour Rd., Campbellcroft 905-797-2484 • LinwoodAcres@ sympatico.ca Kid-friendly fishing pond, fresh & smoked trout by the pound. Pond stock available. Freshness is our guarantee. Open year-round, 7 days a week: 9 am - 5 pm.

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Carman & Ellen Woods • 13944 County Rd. 2, Colborne 905-355-3632 • HiloFarmSalem@ bell.net Apples, pears, peppers, onions, squash, pumpkins, tomatoes & cucumbers in season.

Frank & Amanda Vaughan • 455 Loomis Rd., Codrington 613-475-9435 • Rainbow_Terrace@ hotmail.com Seasonal fruits, vegetables, annuals, perennials, herb & vegetable plants.

Martin Albert & Eric Charbonneau 108 Gummow Rd., Warkworth • 416-882-7154 info@TrueSaffron.ca • TrueSaffron.ca Organic saff ron awarded the highest quality rating, grown in Northumberland (ISO 3632). By appointment only, please call ahead.

Red Tractor Farm & Market

Linwood Acres Trout Farms Ltd.

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John Moore • 5599 County Rd. 45, Baltimore 905-372-2662 • info@ BaltimoreValley.ca • BaltimoreValley.ca Sweet corn, potatoes, tomatoes, fruit trees, vegetable plants & more.

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Mark & Christine Lovshin • 7434 Telephone Rd., Cobourg 905-885-4048 • MLovshin@ cogeco.ca Variety of field tomatoes; assorted vegetables picked fresh daily.

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Elwood & Peggy Fenton 2708 County Rd. 28, Port Hope • 905-885-6445 Vegetables available in season starting with new potatoes, beets & zucchini. Open late June - Hallowe’en.

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Jamie & Kristin Ferguson • 7994 Mill St., Garden Hill 289-251-6403 • Ferguson.Farms@ yahoo.ca GardenHillFarmersMarket.com Farm fresh produce in season, May - November.

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Earl & Shirley Mitchell • 2008 Ganaraska Rd., Campbellcroft 905-797-3110 • EarlShirley.Mitchell@ gmail.com Asparagus, fall crops, squash & pumpkins.

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Experience a taste of Northumberland County at 65 farm fresh destinations. Enjoy choice produce, cheese & eggs, locally-raised meats, delicious sweets, plus smooth beverages.

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The information contained on the map and elsewhere within this brochure has been obtained from various sources and has been checked for accuracy and correctness. However, the information is supplied without express or implied warranty of any kind, including the warranty of fitness for a particular purpose. In no event will the County of Northumberland be liable for any damages whether incidental, consequential or direct in conjunction with or arising from the furnishing or use of this information. Copyright 2017 Northumberland Economic Development & Tourism. All rights reserved. Inset images from Northumberland Tourism. No part of this work may be reproduced without the permission of Northumberland Economic Development.

Empire Cider Co. Chris McRae • 222 Old Woller Rd., Codrington 613-922-9681 • info@ EmpireCider.ca • EmpireCider.ca This cidery handcrafts a dry, hard apple cider with local ingredients & no additives. Taste their “liquid sunshine” that’s as natural as possible.

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401 Brewery Karen Finlay, Nicolle Bially & Danielle Leavitt 262 Orchard Dr. (The Big Apple), Colborne • 905-355-2574 401Cider@ gmail.com • 401CiderCompany.com With 100% Ontario grown apples, this hard apple cider is delicious, perfectly balanced, crisp & lightly carbonated. Visit the store & tasting bar.

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Presqu’ile Craft Brewery Deborah Thomas 75 Harbour St., Brighton • 613-743-2117 PresquileCraftBrewery@ gmail.com Brewers of historic classical beers, barrel-aged & made with Brighton spring water, right from the wellhead. Their motto is “Rule one: make great beer.”


Helping Farmers & Food Entrepreneurs Grow The 15,000-sq.-ft. OAFVC in Northumberland County is a small-batch food processing facility for fruit, vegetables and specialty products. A not-forprofit centre, it offers the following resources:

FOOD PROCESSING FOOD STORAGE FOOD PACKAGING SPECIALTY PRODUCT PROCESSING COMMERCIAL KITCHEN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT LAB BUSINESS SERVICES For more information, visit oafvc.ca or contact us: oafvc@NorthumberlandCounty.ca • 905-355-3680

OAFVC 116 Industrial Park Rd. N., Colborne, ON K0K 1S0

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65 Farm Fresh Destinations  

65 Farm Fresh Destinations