Root vegetables are unsung historical heroes that quietly shaped our country through its early centuries. Easy to grow, easy to store, reliable, and nutritious for both people and livestock, our nation was built upon the humble root vegetable.
As an advocate, actor, director, co-op member and colleague, Patrick gave freely and generously of himself.
Patrick Conner was a passionate collaborator: as an advocate, actor, director, co-op member and colleague, Patrick gave freely and generously of himself.
John Wilcox is a farmer in the true sense of the word. He is not someone who just produces food for his income; John is a man of the land.
Clark inspired generations of farmers since he settled in New Brunswick during the 70’s. He lived as an example, proving what hard work and principle could achieve.
Now loved by many, the tomato is one of the most popular vegetables in the world today. However, such was not always the case: the tomato was once one of the most feared and misunderstood vegetables. Let's look at a short history of the Tomato.