April 5, 2014
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Arranhill Garlic Farm – Bruce County

Al Cowan’s mission is to “leave my farm land better than I found it. Richer in organic matter, biology, trace minerals and soil structure. And to grow superior organic garlic and shallots free from disease.”    
April 2, 2014

Brant County Garlic Company – Scotland, Ontario

Bob and Irene  have been garlic growers since 1978 and continue to promote Ontario Garlic as well sharing their experience and growing knowledge to new and established producers that contact them by all means and globally via the internet. Their huge repeat customer base continue to grow by satisfying consumer palate needs and quality seed sales continually every year. At the Toronto Garlic Festival they will sell fresh Ontario garlic varieties by the bulb, by the pound, and as
April 4, 2014

Cobblestone Farm Paris – Paris, Ontario

The Cobblestone Farm is a small family owned farm that has been growing gourmet garlic and variety of fresh local produce for the past 7 years. Although not organic certified we grow only non GMO heirloom varieties using sustainable earth friendly farming practices. At the 2016 Toronto Garlic Festival they’ll sell 9 varieties of garlic including Portuguese , Hungarian, Metechi, Music, Armenian , Carpathian, Leningrad, Siberian, Duganski, and potatoes, peppers, kale, beets, onions, squash and leeks.  
August 18, 2014

Edible Earth – Kingston, Ontario

As a pre-certified organic grower, Edible Earth produces fresh and delicious vegetables, berries, herbs, wild mushrooms and garlic. From their produce they prepare homemade pickled vegetables and kimchi. Located on 32 acres of fertile soil in the east end of Kingston, their farm grows 15 different varieties of organic garlic. Their seeds are air pollinated and hand picked. They love to produce excellent quality foods using only organic manure and natural soil amendments in a fertile clay soil.
September 16, 2015
Evergreen Acres

Evergreen Acres Nursery — Hornby, Ontario

Murray has been growing garlic for 5 years and is committed to producing consistent quality product. He sells farm direct as well as at farm markets throughout surrounding communities.
April 12, 2014
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Langside Farms Organic Garlic – Teeswater, Ontario

An organic farmer for 15 years  “Simon the Farmer” will continue to bring his garlic to the Toronto Garlic Festival.  I realize I must go to where my customers come in spite of the pressures of coming into downtown Toronto. To ask those who want my garlic to come and get it is an order beyond comprehension , so again this year I will endeavour to provide the best of what I grow, as in all previous TGFs  since its
April 11, 2014
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Little Trickle Farm – Douglas Ontario

Patrick and Heather have been growing garlic for four years and selling it since 2013. Little Trickle Farm is a small diverse farm raising grass-fed beef, pastured poultry, garlic and baking organic sourdough bread in the Ottawa Valley. Heather & Patrick farm using sustainable environmental methods that help promote healthy soils, ecosystems and animals. They use compost for fertility, reduce tillage and use covercrops to keep soil covered. They like to engage our customers and educate them about Little Trickle Farm.
August 18, 2014
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Mark Wales Farm Fresh Produce – Aylmer, Ontario

Mark Wales has been growing a range of produce in Southern Ontario for the past 30 years. The farm currently provides No Spray/Chemical Free produce including Strawberries, Sweet Corn, a variety of peppers, tomatoes and eggplant. The farm also has a range of herbs including Mint and Lavender and of course Garlic. Many items sold on the farm are available through either We-pick or U-Pick.
September 17, 2015
North Shore Organic Farm

North Shore Organic Farm — Napanee, Ontario

North Shore Organic Farm is dedicated to soil improvement using cover crops and companion planting. Their goal is to allow future generations to enjoy the land.  North Shore Organic Farm continues to use a blend of composted manures to grow SPICY Music and HOT Metechi garlic in the Certified Organic clay loam of this region, very close to the Bay of Quinte. A variety of vegetables, flowers and hay are also grown, and very hot peppers. The Farm
April 19, 2014
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Samsara Fields – Waterford, Ontario

Samsara Fields was conceived by JP Gural and So Young Lee after their global research journey from 2008 to 2009. They experienced many issues: poverty, displacement, refugees, the world food crisis, slums, garbage dump communities, poverty, sprawling urbanisation, globalisation and global climate change. From their research, they found organic living to be not just an alternative lifestyle choice but an important direction if humanity wants to survive an impending environmental collapse. One of the key ingredients for sustainable living
September 17, 2015
The Cutting Veg

The Cutting Veg — Sutton, Ontario

The Cutting Veg runs a variety of programs aimed at cultivating personal, social, environmental, and economic health through organic agriculture. In addition to growing mixed organic vegetables, they also run the Global Garlic Project, offer Garden and Food Coaching services, and wellness counselling.  The Cutting Veg grows many varieties of garlic including: Rocambole (Korean purple, Yugo Italian, Saltspring Select, Israeli, Ukrainian Hot), Purple Stripe (Persian star), Artichoke (Sicilian gold), Porcelain (Russian), Turban (Chinese Purple) and Creole (Rose de Lautrec). Choose
April 20, 2014
2015 Cherin Harris-Tuck Garlic Bud

Two Buds – Elmvale, Ontario

Dave and Cherin Tuck are Two Buds growing garlic over 40 years. Their crop is composted using only ‘green’ fertilizer and pull their weeds manually. The size and quality of their bulbs are well known. They make many popular garlic products including garlic scape mustard, garlic scape salsa, pure garlic powder and smoked garlic. Cherin is also a botanical artist and paints amazingly detailed pictures including the popular’ broken garlic bud’. At the Toronto Garlic Festival they’ll sell fresh garlic, garlic powder,