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MARKET GARDENS       

  • Piedmont Valley Farm’s grows with agro-ecological and permaculture practices
  • We utilize NO synthetic herbicides, fungicides, pesticides, preservatives, or fertilizers to naturally grow foods for ourselves, our customers, and to help protect the health of our soils and environment
  • Minimal tillage, rotational crops, manual weeding, poultry compost-enriched soil
  • Seasonal small fruits and varieties of berries
  • Perennial fresh & dried herbs (sage, savoury, oregano, chives)
  • Ongoing plantings of nut and fruit-bearing trees and shrubs that will add to farm production in time
  • Hand-harvested, air-dried small batches of traditional herbal and berry leaf tea
  • ‘Brambleberry Tea’ – delicious and refreshing blends of blackberry, red and golden raspberry leaves. Limited special editions with mint or wild rose petals
  • Our Farm fruit jam and wildflower jellies are made with fair-trade organic cane sugar https://fairtrade.ca/producers-products/sugar/
  • Fresh flowers and rustic dried bouquets on occasion
  • New in 2022! Silver Maple and Sugar Maple tree seedlings and perennial plant divisions

Visit our Facebook page to discover what we are freshly harvesting and seasonally available

https://www.facebook.com/piedmontvalleyfarms/

Call ahead for a farm tour or to arrange for product orders at farm gate

You can also shop for our products at our vendor booth at the

MERIGOMISH SCHOOLHOUSE MARKETPLACE

Sundays 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.  (1682 Shore Rd. Hwy #245 Merigomish, NS)         

https://www.facebook.com/MerigomishSchoolhouseMarketplace/   

Are you an artisan, craft maker or producer of an interesting product but have no interest in being a Market Vendor?

We can help!

As the volunteer Management of the Merigomish Schoolhouse Marketplace we offer low-cost consignment sales for your great locally made crafts and products at our Vendor tables

Contact us to discuss consignments or to rent your own table at the Schoolhouse’s accredited FMNS Farmers Market! (open the first Sunday of April to the last before Christmas each season)

Follow these links to learn more about how our natural gardens grow…

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agroecology 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permaculture  

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seed_saving