Local u-pick, strawberries, blueberries and raspberries. Open 7 days a week, 8 am to 8 pm weather permitting. Open June to August. Please call ahead for picking conditions and to place an order. Located north of Thessalon off Hwy 129.
Meadowview Alpaca Farm offers a complete line of alpaca fibre products. Come and choose from the largest selection of Canadian alpaca products in northern Ontario and possibly all of Ontario.
Alpaca related products including socks, scarves, shawls, felted items, pillows, etc.. Call ahead to visit and for farm gate availability. Products available online and at Mill Market.
Gift store, frozen treats, local maple products, blueberry syrup, and locally roasted coffee. Puddingstone art, crafts and souvenirs. Open May to October 12 pm to 6 pm. Closed Tuesdays. November to May by appointment. Contact: Pat Duma
International modern bistro featuring “the freshness of Algoma on your table”. Locally seasonally sourced vegetables, poultry, fish, and maple syrup. Operating hours change according to season; visit redtopmotorinn.com to view current hours.
Local honey and maple syrup, including maple added value products such as: sap vinegar, mint sauce, candy, sugar, jelly and candied pecans. Available at farm gate, delivery, McClellands Hardware, Flukes Timbermart, Copper Bay Shell, Bucci’s (Echo Bay), Bruni’s Fine Foods (SSM) and Stones Office Supply.
Contact: Ray Ferguson
Local beef, lamb, chicken, turkey, duck, maple syrup, grains baked goods and fibres. Duck, chicken and quail eggs available. Open by appointment all year round, please call ahead.
A local co-op market; retail & wholesale options. Open June to Thanksgiving. Hours of operation: Mon. to Sat. 10-5:30. Closed Sundays. Naturally grown & GMO free. Local products include: vegetables, fruit, preserves and meat.
A shopping experience that offers a wide variety of fresh vegetables and seasonal fruits, honey & honey products, maple syrup and maple syrup products, delicious baking, stone ground flour, alpaca yarns for knitters and weavers as well as socks, mitts, local meats (beef, bison, lamb, goat, pork) and northern Ontario cheeses.
Johnson Twp. Market (Desbarats Arena)
June – Thanksgiving – Saturdays 9am to 2pm
Bruce Mines Market (behind Bavarian Inn)
July & August – Wednesdays 5pm to 8pm
Contact: Edith Orr
Local maple syrup available at farm gate and by delivery. Open 7 days a week, all year round. Visit our Facebook page for more information! Product available locally at the Island Market in Richards Landing.
Maple syrup available in 1 Liter, 500 ml, or 250 ml bottles. Maple caramel popcorn also available in limited quantities!
Locally produced maple syrup and maple added value products (sugar, candy), as well as relish and salsa. Available at farm gate, delivery, Mill Market, as well as farmers’ markets around northern Ontario. Open March to April at farm gate, please call ahead.
Farmed by Martti & Melanie Lemieux, Valleyfield is focused on building rich topsoil to nurture flavourful, nutrient dense foods for the families of Algoma through regenerative agriculture.
Fresh produce, lamb, beef, pork, poultry, eggs, baked goods and fresh cut flowers. Available June-November at farm gate, by delivery, Mill Market and CSA (all locations). Please call ahead.
A Farm Share (often called a CSA for Community Shared Agriculture) is a pre-season investment in good, clean food. The value of your share is used to stabilize up-front costs such as the purchase of naturally sourced seeds, biological soil amendments and supplies.
In return for your farm share you receive dividends in the form of truly farm fresh food.
A farm share forms a bridge that enables an equitable and secure exchange of food that transcends the consumer/producer relationship and becomes a relationship of co-production and community.
B. A share is valued at $475 and consists of approx.16 weekly pick ups from mid-June to mid-October.
Payment can be made in one installment of $475 or it can be split into three installments as follows. (alternate arrangements can also be made if needed:)
1. $75 (sign up deposit)
2. $200 April 1
3. $200 May 1
We then reserve food from our weekly harvests and sort into shares to be picked up at Mill Market on Saturday mornings between 8:00am and 1:00pm or Wednesday afternoons from 1-6pm.
Organic (not certified) fruit, berries, rhubarb, vegetables, chicken, duck, cut flowers, seeds, bedding plants, preserves, and graded eggs. Available at farm gate and Algoma Farmers’ Market. Open Tuesday to Friday 12 pm – 6 pm, June to September. Please call ahead.
Local sheep wool, merino wool and alpaca yarn. Alpaca and merino hats, alpaca socks and other products. Mill/Farm tours available. Thursday 4 pm – 6 pm in July and August. Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4 pm year-round for fibre processing inquiries.
Honey available at farm gate and Algoma Farmers’ Market and Pit Stop in Echo Bay all year long, depending on amount produced. Honey comes off end of August – call ahead to pre-order.
Certified organic vegetables: lettuce, swiss chard, broccoli, kale, kohlrabi, cucumber and squash; as well as honey. Honey available in 1lb and 8oz jars. Available through farm gate, Mill Market, Algoma Farmers’ Market, Country Way Health Foods, Shabby Motley and Little Rapids General Store. Open by appointment at farm gate.
Mon-Friday 8-6, Sat. 8-5.
St. Joseph Island Coffee, baked fresh daily breads, and a variety of products made on site.
In-house made products include: sauces (hot, medium, mild, and meat), meatballs, lasagna, meat pies (turkey or beef), sausage patties, beef patties, turkey or chicken patties, and turkey sausage.
Seasonally offers local product from Desbarats Country Produce, Anderson Fishery, Agawa Fishery, Bruce Mines honey (Country Way Farms), and Thompson’s maple syrup.
Family owned and operated.
Provides healthy, mostly organic, local, plant-based dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Along with cold pressed juices, smoothies, coffee, tea and specialty hot beverages.
Monday to Wednesday 8 am to 6 pm
Thursday to Friday 8 am to 8 pm
Saturday 9 am to 6 pm
Sunday 10 am to 4 pm.
Contact: Kristy Rachkowski