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Taste Of Timmins

March

Newsletter

2011

The website has awoken from it’s slumber and has hit the ground running! We are pleased to announce that the website has relaunched with all sorts of new goodies! Taste Of Timmins will be hosting a series of workshops in the coming months, starting in April. We welcome your requests for specific workshops that may be of interest to you. Let us know as we are tailoring them to popular demand. FARM NEWS: Hawk Feather Farm is unveiling their CSA program for this growing season. Visit their Taste Of Timmins page for more information about the program. You can also download their membership form which includes membership details. It’s a deal you won’t want to miss! They also have non-certified organic SEED potatoes available. Four varieties to choose from and never once sprayed with pesticides! Contact them for pricing. B&G’s Goats & Bees Farm Spring 2011 Catalog is now available and can also be downloaded on their Taste Of Timmins page. Their beautiful prodcuts can be purchased directly through them and shipped or delivered right to you. Naturally Pure Farm’s Egg-cellent Friday sale is coming to it’s end, much like winter! But they will be announcing a new promotion for the spring! Keep tuned to their Facebook page for updates. They will soon also have heritage turkey poults for sale. If interested contact them to reserve your pair. They can be picked up at 3 weeks old.


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Mattagami Heights Limosin Farm has grass fed ground beef available for purchase in small packs. Plus you can still reserve a half or quarter order. Contact Noella to reserve your order or ground beef package. OTHER:

The Timmins Horticultural Society , in conjunction with Seeds of Diversity Canada, is hosting Seedy Saturday at the Schumacher Lions Den on April 2nd from 10 am until 3 pm. The purpose of this day is to inform others about bettering the local gardening community through the saving and planting of heritage seeds. There will be seeds for sale and the public is invited to bring their seeds for exchange. Two representatives from Seeds of Diversity Canada will be in attendance and local guest speakers like John Caron (Hawk Feather Farm) and Rosalia Rivera (Naturally Pure Farm) will make presentations in the afternoon. Admission is free and everyone is invited. Our online magazine will now be published in limited edition hard copy as well as online and will be available bi-yearly. Our first publication is due out July 1st. We’ll keep you posted if you’d like to reserve a copy. Taste Of Timmins is looking for volunteers. Are you interested in all that we do and want to help spread the word? We can use your help at our upcoming events! Contact us. You can follow Taste Of Timmins on Twitter now as well as Facebook. You might find this useful in April when Taste Of Timmins events start rolling!

“A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history.” -Mohandas Gandhi

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March 2011 Newsletter  

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