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Withrow Park Farmers' Market

Celebrating 15 years of connecting community to good food! Every Saturday at Withrow Park from 9am-1pm. June to October. Rain or Shine! Email us at withrowmarket@gmail.com
Withrow Park Farmers' Market
Withrow Park Farmers' Market
We're Looking for a Secretary!
We have a great market manager, supported by volunteers and a strong operations committee. At this point we are not needing more board-level support for the day-to-day running of the market. Instead, we are looking for a new board member who can support the running of the organization through strong administrative, strategic or policy skills. Is this you? Applications close July 4: https://bit.ly/3gEb5Wh
Withrow Park Farmers' Market
Withrow Park Farmers' Market
Today is Indigenous Peoples Day πŸ–€πŸ’›πŸ€β™₯️

This is a time for learning, appreciating, understanding, and acknowledging the contributions and traditions of First Nations, Inuit and MΓ©tis people.

Below, Danbrie Farms shares the history of maple syrup:

🍁 Maple Syrup is a gift we originally received from the Ojibway and Six Nations peoples.

Before the arrival of the European settlers, the custom of collecting and boiling the sap of sugar maples had long been practiced by the First Nations peoples of eastern North America. First Nations peoples originally used sap as a cooking liquid for stews and for curing meats, but over time they began processing the sap into syrup.

Canada's early European settlers learned the skills of tapping trees and making syrup from these Indigenous communities.

https://www.danbriefarms.com/All-About-Maple-Syrup
Withrow Park Farmers' Market
Withrow Park Farmers' Market
The shrubs from Manning Canning are not only great for digestion, but they also make lovely guilt-free mixers for cocktails πŸ˜‰ If that's not your jam then we recommend trying her jam! Or award-winning marmalade, and angry pickled garlic! Only available online for pickup at Withrow Market this Saturday: withrowmarket.ca/shop_online/
Withrow Park Farmers' Market
Withrow Park Farmers' Market
Gypsy moth caterpillars have been wreaking havoc on trees this year. πŸ›πŸ˜§ In this video, farmer Lis from Jewels Under the Kilt describes how she’s managing the destructive caterpillars the old fashion way, without the use of pesticides! πŸ‘πŸ½ Farmer Lis has 500 nut trees in Ferguson, Ontario that she’s working hard to protect. 🌳 🌳 🌳

If you’d like to support this amazing farm family during this hectic time you can order their nuts online for pickup at Withrow Market on Saturdays. 🌰🌰🌰 Raw nuts (walnut, pecan, hazelnut, and heart nuts) are great for baking and desserts while the flavoured roasted nuts are delicious ready-to-eat snacks. withrowmarket.ca/shop_online/

https://www.instagram.com/tv/CQMGHZshgSR/?utm_medium=copy_link
Withrow Park Farmers' Market
Withrow Park Farmers' Market
It’s #PollinatorWeek! We’re excited to participate in this #citizenscience project to help collect and share data about pollinators! πŸπŸ¦‹πŸ¦‡ You should too! Just download the iNaturalist.org app on your phone and get outdoors!πŸ“±
Withrow Park Farmers' Market
Withrow Park Farmers' Market
Yes, the rumours are true: dogs are most definitely welcome at the market! 🐢 Be sure to stop by WREN Brands to get your furry friend a treat!

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