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General Buckler Farms Buckler Farms
The Buckler farm has been in our family for 3 generations. It was originally homesteaded by David Buckler in 1905. In 2005, we celebrated 100 years of farming along with the Alberta Centennial.
Butterfield Acres Butterfield Acres Farm
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE!!! Butterfield Acres Children's Farm is THAT kind of place. You know, where you can listen to the sheep munching on their hay, or wiggle your fingers into the curly wool of a newborn lamb, or inspect the hair in a calf's ear. You can feel the warmth of a newly laid egg, or be amazed that cute little pigs can smell so awful! Come for the Harvest Pumpkin Hunt and you can scream-yer-lungs out trying to get the deaf tractor driver to stop because you saw the first hidden pumpkin! It's a back-to-basics, appreciate-the-important-real-things-in-life kind of place.
Calgary Market Calgary Farmers' Market
The Calgary Farmers’ Market was founded by a non-profit association known as the ABC Farmer's Market Society. This group of dedicated members built the market from scratch and operated until April 2006 when it transitioned into a new generation co-op, Calgary Farmers’ Market NGC. While many of us live in Calgary, others have farms in BC and northern Alberta where we grow, raise, and make much of the product sold in the Market. Many are family run businesses and we come from as far afield as the east coast with fresh fish and seafood.
Canadian Organic
Canadian Organic Growers
Canadian Organic Growers Inc. is Canada's national membership-based education and networking organization representing farmers, gardeners, consumers and supporters in all provinces and territories.
Chez Panisse
Chez Panisse Restaurant and Café
Chez Panisse opened its doors in 1971, started by Alice Waters and an assortment of idealistic friends. A neighborhood bistro named after a character in Marcel Pagnol's 1930's trilogy of movies (‘Marius,’ ‘Fanny,’ and ‘Cesar’), the Restaurant and Café are a homage to the sentiment, comedy and informality of these classic films.
Chinook Honey Chinook Honey Company
Chinook Honey Company...... started as a beekeeping hobby in 1995. At the time Art Andrews was just looking for something to provide relief from the stress of his full time job. His 2 hives soon expanded to 6, then 12 and now have blossomed to approximately 280. Art's passion for his bees was contagious, and it didn't take long before his wife Cherie started to accompany him to the beeyards and help out with the many bee 'chores'.
Coleman Meadows Coleman Meadows Farm
Russell, Edward and Jennifer Dyson, our summer help and various critters make up Coleman Meadows Farm. We help the bees, worms, and soil to grow delicious products -- we also hold festivals and special events to celebrate the summer bounty. Keep posted to this site for on farm and Island agricultural events.
countyofgrandeprairie
County of Grande Prairie Welcome's Local Growers & Producers
The County of Grande Prairie is located in the Peace Region of Alberta, Canada, approximately 450 kilometers northwest of Edmonton. Our main industries include Agriculture, Oil & Gas, Forestry, Manufacturing, Construction & Tourism. Our Council and Administration recognize that economic growth must be balanced with environmental objectives, ensuring that we continue to provide the very best quality of life for our residents.
DJ Grande Prairie
DJ Grande Prairie
DJ Grande Prairie has been operating a very successful DJ service in the Grande Prairie area for over decade. Owner, Andre Provencher, was trained in Montreal and brings to any of your functions, whether it is a wedding, business or personal function, large or small, over 30 years of cross Canada experience. Dee Jay Grande Prairie. Attending DJ seminars in the U.S. every 2 years, has kept Andre on top of the DJ market. DJ Grande Prairie opened eight years ago to serve North Western Alberta and BC. Previously, Andre Spent 20 years in Edmonton heading 10 DJ’s Company. Weddings are their specialty, with over 400 weddings to date, from the spectacular to the simple. DJ Grande Prairie, has earned a reputation as the smart up to date choice when hiring a DJ.
Dunvegan Gardens Dunvegan Gardens
Dunvegan Gardens (AB) Ltd., the company owned by Ron Friesen and his family, is operated independent of Dunvegan Gardens, Grande Prairie and Dunvegan Gardens, Fort St. John, BC. WHAT’S IN A NAME? Dunvegan Gardens takes its name from the community & historic trading post where Bill & Hilda Friesen settled with their family in 1952. During the time of the fur trade, the Hudson’s Bay Company built a small settlement in the Peace River valley called Fort Dunvegan. Later, when the H.B.C. closed its trade in the valley the river crossing became known as the Dunvegan Crossing. It was the only point to cross the Peace River for some distance. From the time the first of the fur traders settled in Dunvegan, crops have been grown in the rich, river-bottom land to supplement food supplies.
Eagle Creek Eagle CreekFarms
2 years ago we started with u-pick lilies, sunflowers & snapdragons. Since they we have expanded our lily selection and now grow a wide range of annual & perennial flowers for u-pick. Our flowers can also be found at many Innisfail Growers Farmers Market Booths throughout central Alberta.
Edgar Farms Edgar Farms
We pride ourselves in the quality that we produce, and hope that you find this site both informational and enjoyable. We grow market garden asparagus, peas and beans as well as traditional crops and beef cattle on our sixth generation family farm. Our unique central Alberta location provides the ideal soil conditions and cool climate to produce the sweetest, most tender, flavourful freshest produce you will ever taste. We offer farm-gate sales of our asparagus, peas and beans plus the full line of Innisfail Growers locally grown produce. Our fresh, great tasting locally grown vegetables are available at farmer’s markets from Calgary to Edmonton under the Innisfail Growers and Edgar Farms banners.
Edmonton Market Edmonton Downtown Farmers’ Market
Welcome to the City Market Downtown on 104th .....The final day of the 2008 market season of The City Market Downtown on 104th is Saturday, October 11. The 2009 market season starts Saturday, May 16. Mark your calendar and join your favorite vendors in that comfortable, outdoor market atmosphere for shopping with a local flavor and urban touch. The City Market is open every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the heart of downtown Edmonton on 104 Street, just north of Jasper Avenue. The season runs from May long-weekend until Thanksgiving.
Sante Winery en Sante Winery
en Santé is Alberta's first and only organic-fruit cottage winery where the Chrapko family have been producing organic fruits and wines for over a decade. You are joining a long, proud tradition of honest, hand-crafted, environmentally friendly food production. And since wine is one of the original, ancient food groups (along with bread), you can't go wrong!
Environment Environment Groups
This site hosts many different public websites that have information about the environment.
Falher Restaurant Falher Restaurant
A family restaurant in the heart of Falher...make life tasty!
Direct Marketing Farm Direct Marketing for Rural Producers
WE ARE GROWERS NOT MARKETERS .....Today, most food moves from the farm gate to the consumer through a highly efficient system that takes advantage of economies of scale and specialization to keep processing and distribution costs low. Most producers devote their time to what they know best, planting, growing and harvesting food, leaving the processing and marketing to agri-business. However, selling directly to consumers is growing in popularity with some producers.
Field Stone Fruit Wines Field Stone Fruit Wines
Field Stone Fruit Wines, Alberta's first cottage winery, opened in July of 2005. Located forty minutes east of Calgary, Alberta, our winery sits on 50 acres of mature berry orchards. All wines are 100% produced from our luscious crops of raspberries, strawberries, wild black cherries and saskatoon berries.
First Nature Farms First Nature Farms
Surrounded by the wilderness of the Nature Conservacy of Canada and Ducks Unlimited, First Nature Farms are producers of certified organic meats. Glad you dropped by! Our website is here to share information about our organic farm and provide you with a source for certified organic products. First Nature Farms is located one hour west of Grande Prairie, Alberta which is located in Western Canada. The Alberta/BC border is four miles west of us. Goodfare is our closest community center, which consists of a half dozen homes, a community hall, and an outdoor hockey rink which is a popular sport during the frozen winter months.
Freedom Automotive Freedom Automotive
AUTO REPAIRS, PARTS & SERVICE
Freson Bros. North Freson Bros. North
food Store
Prairie Gardens Prairie Gardens and Greenhouses
Welcome to Prairie Gardens and Greenhouses Prairie Gardens is an award-winning 35-acre destination greenhouse, pumpkin farm and corn maze located near Edmonton, Alberta, Canada at Bon Accord specializing in family fun. We're famous for our gorgeous hanging baskets, and Haunted Pumpkin Festival, every weekend in October!
Giant Tiger GP
Giant Tiger Grande Prairie
Giant Tiger is your all Canadian family discount store offering everyday low prices and genuine customer service.
Go Alberta
Going Organic Nework of Alberta
Going Organic network of Alberta..... The Going Organic -GO- network grew out of the need for Albertans interested in organics to have a voice that reaches across a broad spectrum of stakeholders from producers to consumers, urban to rural, north to south.
GP Ink GP Ink
News, Sports,Features, Lifestyle, Food, Columns