The Huntingdon County Farmers’ Market
Wednesdays, 3 p.m to 7 p.m. May 17th to October 4th – Prince-Arthur Park, Huntingdon, Qc
The Huntingdon County Farmers’ Market is producer and community-run non-profit-organisation. It is a unique rural meeting place centered around access to fresh and local products.
A weekly street festival where Francophones and Anglophones mix and share freely with people young and old, producers, citizens and artisans – the Market features a friendly and open atmosphere and is firmly anchored in the community.
Sophie Gascon’s passion for raising goats is clear to everyone she meets. The young woman undoubtedly has farming in her veins, and has successfully transformed the family’s traditional dairy farm into a thriving goat farm.
Local purchasing: a boon for the economy! Studies are now confirming what we’ve always known but don’t always admit: Not only does buying locally contribute to strong social links and improve the sense of community – it also has concrete benefits for the economies of our rural towns. So much so that every dollar spent locally, particularly at Farmer’s market where the products are locally made contributes between 2$ and 3$ in economic spinoffs – making our community that much stronger!