Eat Your Yard

Learn about designing for both landscapes and edibility in your yard. See Dave Jacke on Thursday, January 29, 2015. Don't miss it! SET YOUR GPS FOR: 50 Stone Rd. East, Guelph University Centre, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, N1G 2W1

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  • Edible Forest Gardening Volume 1 and 2 are award winning books and the go to resource for forest gardening.
  • Dave helped define forest gardening and opened up many new ways of thinking about how ecosystems function.
Workshops

Workshops

40+ workshops over four days.
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Registration

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Exhibitors

Exhibitors

From seeds to soil.
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Volunteer

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A Real Food Manifesto

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Foamy Organics

“An inch wide and a mile deep…” – sustainable organic brewery from ground to glass.

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Ontario Natural Food Coop – connecting communities

ONFC_logo2_webONFC’s mission is to foster a sustainable food system.

ONFC achieves this by bringing products that are grown organically, locally, fairly traded and without the use of GMO’s to a variety of markets. Products are sourced from companies who practise sustainability and who pay attention to the triple bottom line; economic, social and environmental.  Our wide variety of products are prepared using alleger free-ingredients, and in a fashion that promotes health benefits, but we don’t stop there. We also carry entire range of household products that are earth friendly, biodegradable, recycled or compostable because we believe that sustainability goes beyond just food choices. Working with companies who support our long-term vision of living in a sustainable world, for now and for the future helps deepen the commitment to a healthy future for all.

Spelt Pizza with Parsnip & Sweet Yams made with ONFC spelt pizza dough.

Spelt Pizza with Parsnip & Sweet Yams made with ONFC spelt pizza dough.

 

Each new member helps our continued growth and helps support other sustainable companies including many local farmers to produce good food. Our continued success ensures that we can meet our commitment to our members, suppliers, and customers by offering product quality and availability, education and outreach to the greater community at large.

The movement of food from field to table as one that fosters win-win partnerships towards mutually beneficial goals.  Ontario Natural Food Coop’s co-operative model supports a vibrant, sustainable food system! Let’s all help keep it local!

http://www.onfc.ca