Kids Can Grow

A great program to provide gardening support to schools and help kids learn the art of growing food.  






MCFN is proud to support community gardens like the Community Living garden in Mindemoya. If your community garden needs funds for seeds or other investments please contact us. 





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Manitoulin Meats- Local retail meats, freezer orders and custom butchering. 


Pure Island Beef - Online ordering of local, premium and grass fed beef, delivery is available.


The Island Jar - Little Current. Find Local and Organic produce, local eggs and meats, smoked fish, Manitoulin honey and much more. 


Maja's Garden- Mindemoya. Local produce, fresh baked full grain breads, wildcrafted teas, herbal remedies and more. 


The Island Pantry- Gore Bay. Find local honey, jams and locally created items and specialty items. 



programs

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Pike Lake Farms-  In season strawberries, raspberries, produce, chicken and beef. 

                                Farm gate sales available or see them Saturday Mornings at the Little Current Farmers Market


Crooked Carrot Farmstead- Eggs, pastured chicken, produce.

                                Farm gate sales available. Just outside of Little Current. 111 Windovers Side Road off Hwy 6.


Joyce Family Farm- Seasonal produce. Gore Bay Farmers Market, Friday mornings on the Gore Bay Waterfront.


Blue Jay Creek Art Farm- Seasonal produce. Farm gate sales June 1 to October 15. 379 Hwy 542, Tehkummah.


Burt Farm Country Meats- Gore Bay. Retail beef and pork including sausages and many other products. 


Our Garden- Organic in season produce and specialty preserves, Gore Bay Farmers Market, Friday Mornings. 



 local producers

The Manitoulin Community Food Network is proud to support the following programs!

 local Food Retailers

Manitoulin Community Food Network