Eighteen years have passed and it’s been a long and fruitful journey for the volunteers, directors and staff of the Wolfville Farmers Market. Starting with three vendors in a parking lot, this community hub has been transformed into a bustling intersection of business and pleasure. Live music plays prominently every Saturday morning like a piper, enticing neighbours and tourists alike to spend an hour or two taking in all of the flavours of Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley. Well known for its sensational array of apples, berries, organic produce, and rich, red soils, the region is an integral piece of the Nova Scotia food map. It’s a true coming of age story for the little farmers market that can, and with a big fundraising campaign underway, the Wolfville Farmer’s Market is casting off its outgrown, outdoor shell and will be moving into its new home in September, 2011.
- No Alligator Fritters in the Everglades??!!
- Road Trip Christmas
- It’s tea time for the Cowichan Valley
- Large Black Pigs ~ Why heritage breeds matter.
- The Art of Collecting Eggs
- Cross-Continental Road Trip! With mushrooms, of course.
- Wolfville Farmer’s Market – One Brick at a Time
- Greenwich, Nova Scotia Rezoning and the Future of Farmland in the Annapolis Valley
- Market Central, and What’s Glaringly Wrong with the World.
- Our five minutes of fame… god help us.
- The Gift that Keeps on Quacking
- Agriculture akiwenzie B12 baguette bicycle boiled milk British Columbia butchering cafe cafes cake canning cheese chicken chicken marbella Chinese chocolate Cocoa Camino coffee coffee art cooking cycling dinner party fair trade farm farmers market farming fish food food brokerage food marketing Food Politics food prep food system free range frosting fundraising gardening gnocchi kombucha lamb latte lemons local food love marmalade meat miso mushroom nova scotia nutrition Ontario oranges organic pigs pork Portland product Provenance Regional Cuisine recipe restaurant restaurant review road trip rutabaga spinach splake stinky cheese Sunday Dinner Toronto travel valentine's day Vancouver Island wedding wine wolfville
Share this Blog
- 18,670 hits