Rural Roots Farmer Showcase


Rural Roots Farmer Showcase Picnic Box

We started 2020 full of ideas and excitement for our next Rural Roots Farmer Showcase at George Pegg Botanic Garden, but sadly, the pandemic had other ideas.

We remain dedicated to connecting consumers with food producers in our community. Looking for a way to continue to raise awareness about our agricultural industry and to showcase locally available products, we’ve partnered with producers, processors, and a chef to bring you the Rural Roots Farmer Showcase Picnic Box.

*Picnic Box is now Sold Out*

Rural Roots Farmer Showcase 2020 Saturday, August 15, 2020

The Picnic Box is a fine selection of locally produced foods including charcuterie meats, cheeses, & other tasty delights.  A picnic for two or a starter for more. 
Order online by Thursday, August 13 here www.PeggGarden.org

3 pick-up locations– George Pegg Botanic Garden (Glenevis), Stony Plain, Edmonton.

For 2020 we are offering NO special events at the Garden for Alberta Open Farm Days.

We will have profiles of local food producers and the Lac Ste. Anne County Horticulturist will be on site to answer gardening questions.
Do check back for our 2021 Open Farm Days plans!  

The George Pegg Botanic Garden is open to the public.
Open 7 days a week in August, 10:00am-4:00pm.
This tranquil historic site offers opportunities for

  • a quiet walk in the country
  • space to set up a picnic lunch
  • scenic settings for photographers

Please come prepared to have an enjoyable visit:

  • bring your own drinking water, sunscreen, insect repellent, sturdy footwear.
  • Be careful while walking as the Garden grounds are uneven.
  • Dogs are welcome and must be kept on a leash. 

COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines are in place for staff and visitors.  Please visit the Pegg Garden website before your visit. www.PeggGarden.org

 

 

Join us in August when more than 80 farms, ranches and ag-tourism operators open their gates and invite visitors to share in local stories, see on-farm demonstrations and purchase locally grown and produced products.

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