By Amy Campbell, Community Health Promoter It is time to join the movement to discover and use peas, beans and lentils as part of your healthy eating plan. Beans are inexpensive and can be used to create great main meals or sides. You can use canned beans or learn how to re-hydrate them to save … More Peas, beans, lentils: year of the pulse
The Celery Root, also called celeriac, is a very ugly vegetable and this probably attributes to it being pretty unpopular. But we should not fear this vegetable as once you cut off the outer protective layer, it tastes great and can be grown locally. Celery root has a refreshing flavour that it tastes like a … More Thou Shall Not Fear the Celery Root
Farm Owners: Cameron & Katy Ward Tell us a little about yourselves. How did the farm start? What is your history? The Ward family purchased the property in 1964. It started as a Horse Back Riding stable and eventually transformed into a cattle farm. We (Cameron and Katy) have been raising livestock and caring for … More A Visit to a Local Farm: Interview with Katy Ward from Middle River Farm
By: Lindsay Leduc, Dietetic Intern There are many reasons why buying local produce is important and beneficial. Here are my top five reasons that will hopefully inspire you to eat more locally sourced foods! Know Your Producers: There’s nothing better than roaming your local farmer’s market on Saturday morning and having the ability to chat … More Why Should YOU Eat Local?