Find local food in the Valley

Most of us don't grow 100% of our own food (at least not yet!), so in the mean time, here is a list of growers in the Valley that you can purchase from.

This directory is for food and farming related businesses, but we have over 100 other local businesses!

To learn more about other local services and products click here.  




Green's Greenhouse – Cross Creek

Sharon Green

190 Route 625, Cross Creek, 


out at the end of the gateway




  • Vegetable plants and bedding plants,

  • hanging baskets, herbs and succulents, refill plants,

  • also carry donated flower pots.

  • Often carry by order in the fall Mums,

  • later on Christmas Cactus, Cyclamen, Poinsettias, etc.

  • Check in with FB all seasons.

  • Carry potting soil. Open Mother's Day.  



Ruth's Remarkables -Stanley Area

Ruth Merrett


Handcrafted Natural Skin Care Products

for you and your animal friends

Ruth is sometimes at the Taymouth Market


Snow Glade Farm - Stanley Area

Rebecca Jones and Gareth Davies.  

Cemetary Hill


Specializing in Katahdin sheep;

heritage Berkshire pigs;

heritage Plymouth barred rock and

Ameraucana chickens; and

heritage Dexter cows.

The animals are free to graze and browse and

forage for food on pasture and in forest in

both summer and winter.

Current farm products for sale include:

eggs; meat (chicken, pork, lamb, beef); breeding and feeder livestock (chickens, pigs, sheep); and chickens (hatching eggs, chicks, pullets, cockerels, laying hens and breeding roosters).

To purchase products: email

Phone 259-9344

Snow Glade Farm on Facebook 

Trout Lily Farm - Stanley Area

Cynthia Mercer and Adam Jeffrey

4445 Route 620, Limekiln, Rd. 


Click here to see what is for sale today 

  • Carry a variety of greenhouse grown greens

  • (open early in the spring and into the fall)

  • More produce options as season goes on

  • Fresh eggs (fed high quality feed)

Covid 19  safety - Distance pick-up in driveway,

option to e-transfer payment







Education day camps for youth on farming and nature

Nashwaak Valley Farm, Nashwaak Village

Future Farmer Day Camp

Nashwaak Nature Day Camp


For nature lovers aged 5-12 in English and French!

(and advanced campers 12-16, available in English only)

Join one of Atlantic Canada's leading wildlife educators,

as campers explore all that the Nashwaak Valley has

to offer!

Animal interaction, hands-on learning, and adventure all

in the great outdoors!

Message us on Facebook or

email for more information!









Nashwaak Noodles

Tracy Hunter - hand made pasta

Check FB to see what is available today

Message Tracy to arrange pick-up/ meet-up












More details and contact information to come...

Jeff MacFarlane - fiddleheads 

Jamie Dorcas - chickens and beef

Taryn Lewis - chicks, ducks and eggs

Heidi Flynn - salsa

Annie Rae - dog treats

Dorothy Diamond - produce 

Tayberry Blackberries - black berries, Dorian Beggs, North Tay

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