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So many events!

So many events!

Posted by Rebecca Kneen on

100' Feast moves to late summer Due to the late spring, our annual 100' Feast will be held August 27 this year. We're pushing it later to allow for more exciting garden produce and fruit. We will be celebrating our entire community this year, with partnership from a variety of local farms. Chef Dave's fertile mind is already at work on the menu, be prepared to be wowed yet again! Tickets for the 100' Feast go on sale Wednesday August 9 at 9:00 AM. Tickets are first-come, first served, with a limit of 4 tickets per caller. July 29: Enderbeer...

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Speakers Address Indigenous Issues for July 1 Celebration

Speakers Address Indigenous Issues for July 1 Celebration

Posted by Rebecca Kneen on

On July 1, Crannóg Ales will be exploring more of Canada’s story through readings and discussions with Indigenous activists.A variety of activists will read from Arthur Manuel’s book “Unsettling Canada”, there will be a copy of the Indian Act available for people to read, and copies of the UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Cease Wyss from the Squamish and Sto:Lo peoples will discuss the importance of indigenous food systems and how they relate to ecosystems and water. Cease has been leading workshops on land and food issues for close to three decades, as well as working on...

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Unsettling Canada 150+ at the brewery ***WITH DOA***

Unsettling Canada 150+ at the brewery ***WITH DOA***

Posted by Rebecca Kneen on

July 1 may be Canada's birthday as a nation (although some of our Newfoundland relatives might not agree with the timeline), but there's a lot else to think about on this day. Take the evening, join us and unsettle yourself! BC's legendary and seminal punk band, DOA is headlining the evening, joined by Victoria celtopunks The McGillicuddies. Speakers and info tables will provide education, and local food trucks will keep everyone fed. Canada didn't just appear out of nothing - there were people and nations already here. Our historic relationship with the indigenous peoples of this land have been full...

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hops rhizome season!

hops rhizome season!

Posted by Rebecca Kneen on

Finally, spring has appeared! The frogs are singing, the redwing blackbirds have arrived, and we have lambs on the farm. It's taken a while - especially compared to last spring, which was practically midsummer by now. Constant rain has kept our fields cold and unworkable for a long time, but we are finally able to get into our yards and start digging rhizomes. We will be done digging in the next few days, and will start cutting, grading and packaging after that. We hope to be shipping within two weeks. We'll be letting everyone know when their rhizomes ship, with...

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Petition for Hop farming breweries to be supported

Posted by Rebecca Kneen on

Change.org petition: https://www.change.org/p/minister-of-ag-update-the-alr-to-allow-hop-farming-breweries Please do sign!

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