Our first market of the 2020 season will be Friday June 12th from 10 – 2 in front of Lady of the Lake Cafe, and every Friday following that until the end of September.
Each week we update this list of what we are bringing to market. It will be updated before the first market so you can have an idea of what we will have, or so that you can send someone with a list if you can’t make it to the market yourself!
Click the link for more info about each item, including storage tips and preparation ideas!
- Beets/Beet Greens
- Green Onions
- Lettuce, Butter
- Salad Mix
- Stinging Nettle
- Pea Shoots
- Buckwheat Shoots
- Broccoli Shoots
- Fava Bean Shoots
- Fenugreek Shoots
- Popcorn Shoots
- Radish Shoots
- Spring Salad Micro Mix
- Sunflower Shoots
Stephanie’s Pickles and Preserves
- Beet Pickles, Bread & Butter Pickles, Citron Marmalade, Citron Preserve, Cranberry Sauce, Crabapple Jelly, Habanero Jelly, Dilled Carrots, Spicy Dilled Carrots, Dilled Beans, Spicy Dilled Beans, Dill Pickles, Dilled Jalapenos, Green Tomato Pickle, Hot Dog Relish, Million Dollar Relish, Pickled Onions
- Stephanie’s Ukrainian Beet Leaf Buns
- MB Maple Syrup from Dave at Assiniboine Food Forest
- Quinoa from Tamarack Farms (Erickson, MB)
- Salad Dressings (Balsamic and Saskatoon Vinaigrette) from Lady of the Lake
There are usually a few items at market each week that don’t make it to the list, so always visit us at the market for the full selection! Newly added items are in BOLD!
We are a small team and very busy getting produce ready for the market and do not accept pre-orders. This list is provided for the purpose of sharing what we will have for folks who need to send a friend or family member to pick up, or for those organized folks who are meal/shopping planning!
We will be observing physical distancing in the line up this year, and following along with the Health Canada guidelines for preventing the spread of COVID-19 to the best of our ability.
-Both windows of the trailer will be open to serve customers
-We have an extra person (Jon, Janelle and Teri) at the market this year to assist with traffic control and sanitation measures
-Though daycares have reopened, we think it is more socially responsible of us to manage childcare as a farm team, so Stephanie and Myrah will be home on Fridays.
-we will provide hand sanitizer stations on site for before and after your shopping experience, as well as for ourselves
-Our cleaning products are all covid-19 approved, sourced locally from Progessive Sanitation in Brandon.
-Depending on the assessment of risk each week, we may wear masks when serving customers.
Please do your part keeping us and our community safe and do not attend our market if you meet the criteria for self-isolation or self-quarantine.
We ask that you be in touch with us directly if you have any concerns about our operations or how to access our produce. This is the time to support each other and help each other, not find new ways to judge or point fingers in blame out of fear. We are new to this, just like everyone, and as always, we are doing our best with the information that we have. Above all else we want to keep our community safe!
If we have an outbreak or any illness on the farm we will cease operations immediately and announce it on all of our platforms and mailing list. Transparency & honesty is key to stopping the spread and we are committed to it!