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November 23
Christmas Pot Luck
December 6
at Helen Scammell's

 

 

Here are a few websites that our members use for ordering material. No one is recommending theses companies, only that they have been used.  We encourage "buyer be aware".

Sid's Dahlias http://www.sidsdahlias.com
Wishabi Online catalogue: http://www.wishabi.ca/lawn-garden/home-garden/canada-deals-prices/pc/34 

Catalogues

bulletVesey's Seeds http://www.veseys.com/  PEI
bulletHalifax Seeds http://shop.timwebworks.com/halifaxseed/
bulletRawlinson Garden Seeds: rawlinson@nb.aibn.com Truro
bulletMaple Farm:  Wingate@nbnet.nb.ca Weldon, NB
bulletHope Seeds and Perennials http://www:hopeseed.com  Keswick Ridge, NB
bulletGarden Away http://gardenaway.com   Ottawa, ON
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Local Products
bulletLevo's Garden
bulletProudfoot's Garden Centre
bulletWest River Greenhouse
bulletAlma Gardens

Gardens

bulletRoyal Botanical Gardens     http://www.rbg.ca/
bulletHistorical Gardens    http://www.historicgardens.com/
bulletWhitman   http://www.freewebs.com/whitmangardens/

Associations

bulletwww.nsagc.com/events.htm
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www.springvalenurseries.com Springvale, in Hammonds Plains, Berwick and Bible Hill
www.briarpatchnursery.com  The Briar Patch in Berwick.
www.blomidonnurseries.com Blomidon in Greenwich
www.woodlandsandperennials.ca Woodlands and Meadows outside Truro
www.villagenursery.net  Village Nursery
www.cornhillnursery.com  Corn Hill Nursery in New Brunswick, 
www.masstownmarket.com : The destination farm market in Masstown

ACORN
The Atlantic Canadian Organic Regional Network (ACORN) is an Atlantic-wide non-profit co-operative formed in December 2000. ACORN aims to enhance the viability and growth of the Atlantic Canadian organic agricultural community through a unified regional network. We are a non-profit organization that promotes organic agriculture by:
*facilitating information exchange between and amongst organizations and individuals
*coordinating informal education for producers through to consumers
*networking with all interested parties both regionally and nationally

To attain these goals, ACORN coordinates an annual organic conference and trade show, maintains a regional database of all organic growers, as well as many other information and educational programs.
Beth McMahon,
Executive Director
Atlantic Canadian Organic Regional Network (ACORN)
P.O. Box 6343
Sackville NB, E4L 1G6

Visit our new website: www.acornorganic.org
tel: 1-506-536-2867
toll-free: 1-866-32-ACORN
fax: 1-506-536-0221

 

 

 

 

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