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Meat Share Program 2021

– Do you want to try eating ‘nose-to-tail’ or order bulk but have limited freezer space? Do you look at the price of a Quarter Beef or Whole Lamb and wonder how you can budget spending that much at once? Are you adventurous and open to trying a...

Meat Share Program 2020

Now taking interest for our MEAT SHARE program for 2020!  Sign up now for our “Beef Box”, “Lamb Box” (or both), with options for add-ons like eggs and honey… It’s a New Year and we are excited to roll out a new, re-vamped version of...
What’s New at Fresh Roots Farm? Fall 2019

What’s New at Fresh Roots Farm? Fall 2019

 We are still trying to wrap our heads around the Fall season that was 2019. The weather kept us guessing, and the season finale came in the form of a two-day blizzard that dropped about 2 feet of snow and blew huge drifts into our yard, mid-October. As if Mother...
What’s New at Fresh Roots Farm? Summer 2019

What’s New at Fresh Roots Farm? Summer 2019

Summer is waning again here in the Manitoba Prairies. I know some places *ahem, Brandon* reported that it got as cold as 3C two nights ago, which is pretty serious stuff, for August 18th. I’m going to be honest and say that I really don’t mind the heat,...
Farm Apprenticeship Opportunity 2019

Farm Apprenticeship Opportunity 2019

We are currently seeking an individual or couple that would be interested in joining us here at Fresh Roots Farm this season for an apprenticeship experience. Ideally, this would be someone who has aspirations to engage in farming and/or beekeeping themselves, has a...
What’s New at Fresh Roots Farm? June 2018

What’s New at Fresh Roots Farm? June 2018

Hello Lovely Eaters, Wow – the last newsletter I wrote seems a lifetime ago – so much has happened since! May and early June have been interesting, for sure… Firstly, we really appreciate any of you who accommodated our changing the Farm-to-Eater...
What’s New at Fresh Roots Farm? May 2018

What’s New at Fresh Roots Farm? May 2018

Hello Lovely Eaters, Spring has been slow in coming, but all the same it appears it is here, as birds are singing, calves are being born and green grass and perennial plants are hesitantly peeking their sprouts from below the soil surface! We had a great time last...

Five Years On: Michelle Schram and Troy Stozek

The following article was published in the July 25 edition of the Country Guide, and is a follow-up article to the one that author Angela Lovell originally wrote about us and some other farmers from our area back in 2012. It was an interesting exercise in reflection,...
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