Click on the link to read the full article: Climate change in the Hills: Agricultural adaptation
Sean will be giving a presentation called “Profiting from the pastured laying flock” at this year’s Eco Farm Day. Go to http://cog.ca/ottawa/eco-farm-day/eco-farm-day-speakers/ to see all the speakers. Hope to see you there!
Great interview today on CBC’s The Current. Chef, author, and TED celebrity Dan Barber talks about the link between great tasting food and ecological health: http://www.cbc.ca/thecurrent/episode/2014/05/28/chef-dan-barber-wants-to-change-the-future-of-food-1/
Shop online for our maple syrup and granola. Pick-up is weekly at the Parkdale Market Field House. Check it out here: https://www.savourottawaonline.ca/?Content=319
We have about 40 acres of pasture available to lease to someone interested in running a grass-fed beef, lamb, or other pasture-based business. More acreage might be possible as well. We are interested in talking to individuals who want to manage…
It pits maple syrup head to head against cane sugar. Find out which is the sweetest to the Earth. http://laterrenoire.wordpress.com/
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/sumac-cured-arctic-char-with-roasted-sunchokes-napa-cabbage-sea-bean-pesto-1.2851177 We still have a bit of sumac juice available, and will make lots more this August.
They use our juniper berries in their gin. It’s good! http://ottawacitizen.com/life/food/craft-distilling-comes-to-ottawa
This is a list of stuff we did in one day in August; I’ve been holding onto it as another example of crazy farmer multitasking: – saved some wild ginger from a place we were building a road – ordered…