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Who Are We?

The Eastern Ontario Agri-Food Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to coordinating the development of the agri-food sector in Eastern Ontario and fostering dialogue between its members and partners.

What Do We Do?

The Network promotes and coordinates agri-food development initiatives and value-added opportunities within the agri-food sector.

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McAlpine Farms Farm Vacations:
Escape from the city and enjoy true country life in this 1834 stone home. Feed the chickens, relax in a restored farmhouse amongst Canadian heritage antiques, go for a quiet horse ride, or send the kids to horse camp and fill your tummy with organic fresh foods and home baking! Or relax by the pool and gaze at the picturesque landscape at the Ivy Inn B&B.

The Farmer's Market:
At the Vankleek Hill Collegiate Institute, located on the north end of Town, operates every Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. from May to October, The sheltered market is open rain or shine.

During the winter season, the market is located inside the school.

The vendors sell a great variety of locally-grown produce and homemade baked goods.

Cassbrae Farm:
The land, originally settled by the Cass Family in 1798 has been in the family for seven generations now. "Cassbrae", chosen in 1958 after their own family name and a Scottish term for "hillside along a river" is a perfect designation for this remarkable farm standing uphill on Cassburn Road overlooking the Ottawa River.

Cecil, Leslie and Wayne Cass actually own this 867 acre farm with a Holstein herd of 200 heads. Their maple bush is tapped every spring and maple syrup products are available for sale on the property. No charge to visit the farm.