Loutet Farm Gate Sales every Saturday 10am-12pm
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More radish talk 
We have so many beautiful radishes for everyone this Saturday!
The springs crops are almost done! Now is the time to stock up on some radishes for storage. Follow this fun link for some fun ideas:

Summer is around the corner and I realized today that I haven't introduce myself yet!
I am the new farmer, Christine!
I have been at Loutet, since March and it has been such a wonderful and inspiring time. I am in awe of all the truly amazing hard work Gavin, Holly, and the community have put into transforming Loutet into what it is today. It is an immense privilege to be part of such a important area of the North Shore. 
It has been a delight have met many of you already, and I look forward to meeting more folks! 
I truly appreciate all the support and stories I have received from everyone. 

Please come say hi to me and tell me what your favorite vegetable is!


Fresh Sheet
Saturday, June 10th, 10am-12pm
  • **new** sugar snap peas!
  • Mix Salad Greens
  • Mustard Greens
  • Swiss Chard
  • Kale
  • Radishes (SO MANY)
  • Salad Turnips
  • Rhubarb
  • Flowers
  • Seedlings: new ones such as sage and a variety of winter squash!  Don't fret  if you've missed our last epic seedling sales, we still have lots of oregano, sage, lavender, kale, chard, tomato, pepper and eggplant seedlings :)
Please note: We do our best to project what we can harvest, but we can't guarantee that everything will be available until the end of the market.  As we have limited quantities of some items, arrive early for the best selection. Most vegetables are limited to 2 per family/purchase.  Farm Gate sales are CASH ONLY. 


Upcoming Workbees:

Come and get your hands dirty! Join and help us accomplish farms tasks every second Saturday at Loutet.

This week we are flipping compost and creating a walking path!

The next upcoming workbee is:

  • Saturday, June 10th, 10am to 12pm
We have a multitude of fun farm tasks for everyone to choose from, learn and participate!
Feature Recipes

My personal favorite way to make kale chips is to rip up medium pieces of fresh kale, giving them a light salt and olive oil massage, a generous sprinkle of nutritional yeast and popping them in the oven. Always keep them in there for a shorter time then you'd think!

For a "real" recipe, check out this link:

We are proud to be a Good Food Organization working towards a healthy and fair food system in alliance with Community Food Centres Canada. 
See you at the farm soon!
- Christine, Leslie, Thanu, Robin & Colleen

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