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FARMERS! Feedback urgently needed for local economic strategy...
Agriculture News - August 2017 - Published by Norfolk County

Take 8 minutes to
shape the next 8 years

Agriculture is a very important to the economy of Norfolk County. That's why farmers are urged to take two 8-minute surveys to help shape the next 5-10 years as part of the Economic Development Strategy Review
If you don't participate, other voices will dominate the discussion moving forward.

Farm to Table Dinner Aug 11

The Simcoe Farmers Market is holding a special Farm to Table Dinner as a fundraiser on Aug 11 at the Norfolk County Fairgrounds. The dinner includes salads, chicken breast, roast beef, corn on the cob, potatoes, grilled veggies, buns, and more, plus an array of desserts catered by Kaley's Restaurant. More...

Agriculture Advisory Board to meet in Aug

The Norfolk County Agriculture Advisory Board will meet on Wednesday, August 15 at 9:00 a.m. to discuss proposed planning polices and other issues. Agenda...

Featured Foods from Norfolk County

IMG Bacon VG
VG Meats
IMG Daikon radish Wagon Wheel
Daikon Radish
Wagon Wheel Produce 
IMG raspberries wholesome pickins
Wholesome Pickins

Beers Hard Ciders Wines

Norfolk Popcorn Party

The Norfolk Popcorn Party street festival on September 22 is held during the Routes to Roots Film Festival in downtown Simcoe and celebrates Norfolk County's status as leading grower of popping corn in Canada. Thanks to the Townsend family for supporting the event.

Hometown Brew
to open brewery

Hometown Brew Co. has announced their bricks-and-mortar brewery will be located at Longpoint Eco-Adventures west of Turkey Point. More...

Wholesale Growers in Norfolk County

IMG Hoag
IMG Howard Greenhouses & produce
IMG Blueberries
Kent Kreek Berries

Meet our Farmers

In addition to maple syrup, Marvin and Judy Chambers produce maple candy, maple butter, maple sugar and delicious maple barbecue sauce. More...
Just one of many portraits on our website of our farmers written and photographed by Lorraine and Murray Wark
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