Tiny Township goes virtual with video series
The Township of Tiny is celebrating of Ontario Agriculture Week - October 5 to 11 - with Tiny's Virtual Farm Crawl Video Series.
Tiny Township, along with partners Bruce Grey Simcoe, The Government of Ontario, the Economic Development Corporation of North Simcoe and Tourism Simcoe County are excited to recognize and celebrate local agriculture.
This ‘first of its kind’ video series features ten clips from farms throughout the community, providing a glimpse of farm life in our region and making it possible to learn more about local farms including; Belleroots, Bulbs of Fire, Dubeau Family Farm, Heart & Sol Farm, Huronia Nursery, Mackenzie Organic, Fermes Monpiero Farm, The Blueberry Place, Turnview Farm Honey and Windlee Farms Maple Syrup.
This is the video for the Dubeau Family Farm:
Supporting agriculture, local food producers, and Agri-tourism has never been more important.
To directly support North Simcoe Farmers, a limited-edition Farm Crawl Basket is available for on-line purchase. Each basket contains locally grown and produced goods from farms featured in Tiny's Farm Crawl Video Series. Farm Crawl Baskets are available, while quantities last.
To learn more, to purchase a basket, or to view all of the clips from the Township of Tiny’s Virtual Farm Crawl Video Series, visit the Township of Tiny’s Facebook @TownshipofTiny or our webpage: www.tiny.ca/events
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