WHERE LOCAL MEANS NEXT DOOR.
The real that people tell us they find here is best expressed by the food that arrives on their plates: clean, fresh, simple.
The difference in the taste comes from the difference in the life. Free to roam the pasture, grass-fed, this is why barbecues were invented. Much more than beef, Heatherlea is a foodie must-visit.
Caledon / heatherlea.ca
The hard-won experience of 140 years of farming is in everything you’ll taste at this classic farm market, still run by the French family — one of North America’s largest winter rhubarb growers.
Shelburne / lennoxfarm.ca
One of the sweetest ways to literally taste Headwaters: try these terroir honeys made from Headwaters plants and flowers in bloom in spring, summer or fall. And your purchase supports humane bee rescue.
Amaranth / myhoneycreations.com
Need fencing? Have an urgent chicken raising question? Or just want a great time in a classic country general store, with horse feed, rubber boots (there’s a connection between those last two) and friendly chatter.
Erin / budsonfeed.com
Tea is about restoring natural harmony, and these locally-grown herbal teas are sustainably wild-harvested with the same intention. They’ve been described as wild, vital and unique, just like our region.
Mono / escarpmentgardens.ca