Community Gardens in Headwaters
To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul. – Alfred Austin
Caring hands turn public lands into community gardens. Community Gardens not only create productive spaces within the community, they… Continue reading
Local food education is GROWing in Dufferin and Caledon!
We are thrilled to announce that we have recently received a generous Grow Grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation! This support will allow us to expand our Farm to School Education… Continue reading
A Food Charter will define a common vision for a healthy, fair, prosperous and sustainable food system in the Headwaters Region. The Food Charter will include value statements and action steps intended to guide our communities, community organizations and all… Continue reading
Located in Caledon and open year-round, Heatherlea Farm Shoppe is the epitome of authentic. With a mission to: “raise and craft the highest quality artisan meats, meals, snacks and treats using clean ingredients and local products.” The McArthur family turns hard work and an unwavering dedication to high quality, into a successful and expanding on-farm market.
There’s no denying that the Headwaters Region is rich in farm fresh offerings, talented chefs, interesting culinary destinations, and outdoor pursuits. Take advantage of organized events showcasing our best!
Every year Headwaters Tourism organizes two events that feature… Continue reading
The air is crisp, the novelty of school is wearing thin, and your best intentions to provide healthy food for your family is wavering under the time demands of after school activities. We understand, but have no fear…the Local Food… Continue reading
November 24, 2015 from 9:00am-4:00pm
Salvation Army New Hope Community Church
690 Riddell Road, Orangeville, Ontario L9W 5G5
The June 4 facilitated Food Access conversations organized by HFFA Food Education Literacy and Access members and hosted by Public Health was another success for the group.
Community Services Director Keith Palmer spoke emphatically on the presence of poverty in… Continue reading