St Jamestown Community Co-op/OASIS food hub is a multi-faceted community co-operative in downtown Toronto which includes their community garden project, their Time Bank credit program, and various other community services
To contribute to its mission, Eastern Ontario Local Food Co-op provides an innovative way to promote and buy local food from producers and processors from the counties of Prescott-Russell and Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry.
Our mission is to grow and market local, certified-organic products from member farms in a co-operative and sustainable way.
We bring to market the triple hit of fresh, local, and certified-organic. Plus, we offer the variety and diversity of produce and meats from several small family-run farms.
Sexsmith Farm is an 80 acre family and community shared farming business. It first came to our family in 1867 through Jonathon Sexsmith, who came from Pennsylvania. He shared its value with three sons Fredrick, George and Matthew. Fredrick then passed his 100 acres to Royal and Ronald Sexsmith. Roy became a scholar, and Principal. Ronald farmed the land.
Your Heart's Content Farmers are five diverse folks who have previously farmed together. Our philosophy is to include everyone in the running of the farm and make decisions based on consensus.
We (Heather Thoma and Paul Salanki) bring diverse backgrounds and skills to LoonSong Farm and our community. Paul’s experience in soils and farming, mechanical knowledge and building, and research and teaching, all play into the work of the farm. Heather’s years of community facilitation, teaching, outreach, and knowledge of creative arts and ecology weave into the farm and community in multiple ways.