Jolicure farm strives to use the best practices to support healthy soil and a healthy ecosystem. This means no pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers.
The Jolicure Farm and Homestead is also completely off grid. All of the electricity consumed by the farm (and the farmer!) is generated from photovoltaics - Solar energy and Wind.
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Farm Direct by appointment: email@example.com
2023 season is well underway. Jolicure Farm is at the Port Elgin Farmer’s Market (Fridays 1-5 and Saturdays 1-3), the Sackville Farmer’s Market (Saturdays 9-12), and Loella’s Country Market Farm Stand open every day!
Jolicure is the name of the area where the farm is located. It is a wind swept marsh with a small wooden church, several cattle farms, fields, marshes, and an old cemetery. At first, Jolicure seemed a rather inhospitable and a difficult place to live, until I planted a garden.
Historical references have indicated Jolicure is the last name of a French family which first settled the area. The meaning of the name roughly translates to pretty or happy heart.
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$500 for 20 weeks (July - November) that's $25/week!
You get a selection of 6 veggies from the weekly harvest list, which can also include flowers, eggs baked goods and preserves. An email will be sent to customers at the beginning of each week as harvest items become available. Farm share customers get first choice of specialty crops and limited crops such as plums, raspberries, artichokes, hibiscus, lemongrass, and peanuts
Selections are for households of four persons, Each item retails at the $5 price point for your reference. Half selections are an option for smaller households as well for the herb selections.