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It's already autumn and much has passed since our last blog entry. The past few weeks have been dedicated to harvestings the remaining fruits and veggies growing around the farm. With our various trials and experiments, it has also...
We're already well into summer and it has been quite some time since our last blog entry. The reason is simple. We're really busy! Not just with the Tea Room but with our many farm activities.
In early summer, it was all about...
The month of May has already come and gone and it is as if Spring never happened!
The early flowers have bloomed (tulips, daffodils, lily of the valley, etc.) and now we're already facing some abnormally warm weather. For us,...
It's Spring and time to report on our Winter activities. From propagation experiments with Black Currants, to wine and liquor making, baking up new ideas and tapping our Maples.
With Thanksgiving weekend under our belts, this is the best time to take advantage of the local farmers market. Everything that grows in Ontario is now pretty much available.
On our side we have a lot to be thankful for. The...
It's currant season at the farm...and this is one berry we've come to love.
The plants do very well in our soil. They produce some 8-10 lbs of berries per season and they have been consistent (even during last year's drought)....
It's Strawberry season in Ontario and we learn a few things from our own attempts at growing these plants.
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Ridge Berry Farm is a proud member of the Ontario Berry Growers Association (OBGA).
Ridge Berry Farm is proud to be a member, participant and host to the Slow Food Canada progressive movement.
Ridge Berry Farm occupies just over 27 acres in the centre of the Niagara Penninsula and is proud to be a part of the Niagara Greenbelt.
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