Slow Food Nova Scotia

Slow Food - Nova Scotia

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July 19th: Cumberland County Field Trip

Slow Food NS Mainland South and Slow Food Northumberland Shore are offering a field trip to Cumberland County:

The Event

July 19th at 11:30 am: Advocate Harbour — visit Canaqua Seafoods Limited,

followed by lunch, family-style, at Wild Caraway Restaurant and Cafe

after lunch: visit Broadfork Farm in River Hebert East

Canaqua Seafoods

Canaqua supplies three species of finfish (Atlantic salmon, Atlantic halibut and Arctic char) raised in land-based, closed-containment, marine (full salinity from seawater wells) facilities, now under transitional organic management.

Wild Caraway

Chefs Andrew Aitken and Sarah Griebel are the owners of Wild Caraway in Advocate Harbour. They are both Slow Food members and have been part of the team of chefs producing the food at our Spring Supper for the last two years.

Broadfork Farm

Shannon Jones and Bryan Dyck, of Broadfork Farm, produce organic vegetables and cut flowers. Shannon and Bryan are active as young farmers in the National Farmers Union.

Cost

$30/Slow Food member
$40/non-member
Cash or Cheque only, at the event.
(Please try to give a few days notice if something comes up
and you can’t come.)

RSVP (by July 13) 

Scott Whitelaw:

Maximum: 35 people

Getting there (and back):

  • Halifax to Advocate Harbour (via Parrsboro): 3 h
  • Advocate Harbour to River Hebert / Broadfork: 50 min
  • Broadfork to Amherst: 20 min
  • Amherst to Halifax: 2 h 5 min