As a Co-operative, Organic Meadow provides a unique opportunity for organic farmers to collectively store, process and market organically-grown products including organic milk, organic dairy products, organic eggs and organic grains.Â Our goal is to unite small family farms under one brand, letting them share in the benefits of our marketing efforts.Â Organic Meadow is committed to ensuring fair, consistent financial returns to its farmers while maintaining quality at every stage, from soil to table.
This emerging worker-farmer-community local food co-operative is based in Portsmouth Village, Kingston, Ontario. The Village Co-op's vision is to offer a range of value-added local organic products while engaging and educating our community on seasonal eating, sustainable farming, fair trade, food justice and feeding ourselves as a region.
The new Eat Local Grey Bruce is dedicated to delivering delicious local food to the residents of the Grey Bruce region through their online ordering and delivery system.
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.
The Niagara Local Food Co-operative is an innovative marketing and distribution system for local farmers, agricultural producers, and consumers.
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.