Our favourite local farm, Wellspring Gardens will be offering our kombucha!
Set to launch their pilot Shopify online ordering system within the week, Wellspring Food Stop has been busy building raised gardens, ploughing fields, planting, tending to the animals, and preparing to offer members the first harvest of the year. We are lucky enough to have been early adopters of the membership and are eagerly awaiting the fresh goods we've come to enjoy at Wellspring Gardens from previous Farmers' Markets. Every week, the 22 members will shop the food offerings available through the online store and pick up right at the farm. Talk about fresh! With an assortment of delicious eats including greens, veggies, goat cheese & meat, eggs, pork, and a line of wood-fired baked goods including pizza, breads, scones, and beans, (and now kombucha to wash it down) the menu possibilities have us drooling.
Wellspring Gardens owners, Sheila and Joe are also hosting Grace and Jess, two new farmers who have launched their incubator project Wild Path Farm on Wellspring soil. They have been working hard to get the fields ready and crops planted despite an enormous amount of rain. We are fortunate to have such dedicated farmers working tirelessly together to feed the locavores of the area.
Wellspring Gardens will be at the Deep River Farmers' Market this year, so if you missed the chance to become a member, don't fret, they've got you covered with fresh, local fare at their booth. First market is this Saturday, May 27 from 10:00 - 1:00 at the Town Hall and will run every second Saturday until the end of September. See you there!
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