New for 2021 is our Community Blossoms Program. Its efforts is to showcase the strength in communities and local family farms through working together
A Community member to make a difference just has to join others by signing up for our 3 month fresh flower bouquet Share. All profits help to grow organic food to feed families affected by Covid
We also are in need of volunteers to help with picking the flowers and any times they can offer to help grow and learn about local organic farming. We accept donations the same. Join others in signing up today and become part of year one for Community Blossoms
This will be our third full season of milking sheep. Our sheep are only milked when they are grazing.
Currently all our milk is sent to Back Forty Artisan Creamery to be processed into raw milk cheese.
Calabogie Family Farm is pleased to offer a cheese CSA through our food box program and for sale on our online store. We are also go to be offering our on farm produced Yogurt and fresh cheeses that became a hit with our community.
Calabogie Plant Nursery & Worm Farm
We are now entering our second season of the doing our plant nursery and sale on the farm. You can also go to the Online store now and buy vegetable and fruit perennial root stock to plant this spring well supplies last. Come April & May we will have again a large selection of organically grown Heirloom tomato plants, all kinds of vegetables and herbs to choose from. Again for 2021 the plant sale is mostly done through our online farm store.
New for 2021 will be the addition of a tone of more of our annual and Perennial flowers to choose from and the addition of our worm farm. Our worms now help to turn farm and local organic waste into potting soil and garden fertilizer. We also will be selling our worms to the fishing community, bait dealers and to families that want to start their own worm composting bin at home. We will have are plant list online soon and more video and post to come on our social media networks.
Community Supported Agriculture, (CSA), connects people with the food they eat, the land it comes from and the farmers who grow it.
Community Supported Agriculture is a system that supports small scale farmers by guaranteeing a market for their produce, builds a direct relationship between families and the farm, and allows supporters to receive a premium selection of local organic produce throughout the growing season.
( 2021 Sign-up Opening Soon )