We are super excited to announce our first event Young Agrarians event in Saskatchewan! Young Agrarians is a network for new and young ecological. Join us for a social mixer at the Organic Connections conference. Meet other farmers and agrarians in Saskatchewan, learn what they are up to and make new contacts in ecological farming! When: November 4th, 2016 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm Where: BC Room at the Conexus Arts Centre Free event and open to the public. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Farm Tour, Speakers, Demos, Food & Live Music! If you’re an aspiring farmer, current farmer, seasoned farmer, gardener or you’re a food lover that just loves to hang out with farmers (who isn’t?), we’re hosting an event for you. When: Saturday, September 10th, 2016 Time: 3:00pm (sharp) – Farm Tour Start & Speakers to Follow 6:30pm – Supper Into the Evening – Music, Mingling and Hanging Out! Who: An event for EVERYONE interested in learning about sustainable farming and growing techniques. Open to all ages and levels of farming experience. Location: Fork in the Rowed Farms 211052 township 9-0a, Lethbridge county (See map) Cost: $25/person … Continue reading Sept 10: Young Agrarians Mixer at Fork in the Rowed Farms – Lethbridge, AB
To register please go to: http://easternontariomixer.brownpapertickets.com/ Young Agrarians is excited to grow into other parts of Canada. After attending a Young Agrarians Mixer on Vancouver Island this past Spring, Ayla Fenton is organizing a mixer in the area where she farms, near Kingston, Ontario. Please help us get the word out and make this event a success! Want to help organize or donate food and supplies to the event? Get in touch: email@example.com. To join the event on Facebook and invite your people please go to: https://www.facebook.com/events/816988275002482/ Young = new and young farmers (40 and under), and anyone else who wants to … Continue reading Eastern Ontario – Young Farmer Mixer!
To REGISTER, please go to: http://muskokamixer.brownpapertickets.com Click here to join this event on Facebook. Please help us get the word out by sharing it with your friends and networks. MUSKOKA MIXER! Wrap the growing season with a young farmer social at Grenville Farms! We’re bringing together as many beginning and young(ish) farmers, as well as friends and foodies for a Saturday mixer and Sunday day-long workshop with Quebec Farmer and Author of The Market Gardener Jean-Martin Fortier. The Young Agrarians has been growing a network of new and young farmers in British Columbia since January 2012. In Partnership with the National … Continue reading Muskoka, Ontario: Let’s Mix It Up!
Golden Ears Farm, in Chase BC, is hosting a Corn Roast and Farm tour on September 13. Golden Ears is providing a spit-roasted lamb and the corn! Bring a food item to share, your own plate, cutlery, cup and drinks/money to chip in for a keg of Crannóg beer if you’re interested. Golden Ears is a small co-operative farm community committed to growing healthy food using organic practices, and living as self sufficiently as we can. We are transitioning to certified organic status this season through the North Okanagan Organic Association. We have 34 acres in the beautiful South Thompson … Continue reading September 13 – Golden Ears Farm Corn Roast, Chase BC
The amazingly talented Virginie Lavallée-Picard and Alex Fletcher of Wind Whipped Farm are hosting a Young Agrarians Farmer Mixer on August 24th in Metchosin, BC. On the agenda is a farm tour, a potluck dinner on Taylor Beach and a beach party! Wind Whipped Farm is a small (less than 0.5 acre) market garden and orchard in Metchosin, BC. It is also the home of The Local Food Box (thelocalfoodbox.com), a multi-farm CSA partnership between Metchosin producers, coordinated by Alex and Virginie. “We have been in operation since 2008 and we founded The Local Food Box Program in 2011. We farm on land leased from family … Continue reading August 24: Vancouver Island Farmer Mixer in Metchosin, BC
Come on down to share the springs tasty bounty! Mason Street City Farm will be hosting a potluck for farmers and foodies alike on Thursday June 26 at 6:00pm. Folks will be free to tour the site, including the vegetable plant nursery and aquaponic systems. The Mason Street City Farm is a quarter acre market farm nestled into the heart of North Park neighbourhood in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia. Located just three blocks from City Hall, a stone’s throw from the local fast food joint and tucked in between condos, grocery stores, and the local elementary school is a highly … Continue reading June 26 – Mason Street Farm Tour & Potluck, Victoria BC
It was an awesome two days at Summerhill Winery, March 8-9, 2014. Saturday we had @ 75 participants filtering in throughout the day and night. We broke the day up into open space in the morning session and workshops in the afternoon. Introduction Circle:) Networking up the room so that farmers and participants know who is in the space. We ask folk to identify needs and opportunities. Direct connections get made through this process.The fabulous Jenica Frisque co-facilitating for the day.We were so lucky to have Joy Road Catering prepare lunch for us. A special thank you to Urban Harvest for donating food and … Continue reading Okanagan Mixer Rocked & Wrap-up Notes
Before the days get too long, the weather too warm, and all our lives way too busy… it’s time to gather and network!!! We’re organizing to bring together as many young(ish) farmers as we can for a one-day skills share, workshop, and connection making; and a 2nd day small lot farm workshop with young farmer rockstar and author of The Market Gardener – Jean-Martin Fortier. PLEASE REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE – CLICK HERE SWAP & SHARE: Bring food to share, seeds to swap, preserves to trade, travel-able tool(s) to show off, the best farm book(s) you’ve ever read that everyone else should know about, … Continue reading Okanagan Farmers – Let’s Mix it Up!!!
On January 26th and 27th the Young Agrarians hosted the first ever Young Farmer Mixer at Summerhill Winery in Kelowna, BC. Although I am passionate about all things to do with local food, I am not a farmer by any stretch. So I cleverly disguised myself as a facilitator and through that role I had the great opportunity to mix with some of the province’s most bold and beautiful farmers. There were organic farmers from Vancouver Island, roof-top urban farmers from Vancouver, orchardists and SPIN farmers from the Okanagan, new farmers from the North Okanagan, seasoned farmers from the Thompson … Continue reading Mixing it up.