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Farms & Markets Food, Shopping, Relaxation

Looking for the perfect picnic lunch? Connect with Albertans who are passionate about bringing top quality food from the land to your table. Stroll through the bustling aisles of a farmers’ market and give in to the tempting aroma of artisan breads, cheeses and savoury meat pies. Add some fresh berries to your basket, Canada’s best summer dessert. Pick up one-of-a-kind gifts and souvenirs. Take a drive through the countryside on a wide open rural road and visit one of our many you-pick farms. There is something satisfying about pulling your own fresh, crisp produce directly from the earth.
U pick Lacombe
Picking fruit near Lacombe in Central Alberta
Farms and markets in Bragg Creek
Fruit stand in Bragg Creek

Each month, an Alberta foodie will post a favourite culinary adventure or experience in Alberta. First up is Julie Van Rosendaal, sharing insights on her favourite chocolatiers in Calgary.

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Grassroots Deerfoot Farmer's Market

Calgary, Alberta

Our rain or shine outdoor market runs 17 weeks, every Tuesday, from early June to the end of September. As an Alberta Approved Farmers' Market, we adhere to rigorous standards of practice and quality.

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Hillhurst Farmers Market

Calgary, Alberta

The Hillhurst Sunnyside Farmers’ Market takes place at the Hillhurst Sunnyside Community Association in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Our summer markets are outdoors, rain or shine, every Wednesday from 3-7pm, from the end of May through to October. Our indoor markets are held inside on the first and third Wednesday of the month, also from 3-7pm, from November through to the first week of May.

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The Saskatoon Farm

De Winton, Alberta
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30 years ago Paul and Karen Hamer planted Saskatoon Berry seedlings on a piece of property at the convergence of the Sheep and Highwood River, just outside of Okotoks. With horticulture backgrounds and a dream to live on the countryside working from home, they continued planting trees, shrubs, plants and seeds across the property. In time, the Farm has continued to expand from it's organic roots to what you see now. Today on the farm you can find greenhouses full of plants, a gift shop full of treasures, a 100-seat restaurant with a covered outdoor patio, a seasonal farmer's market full of local & organic food, an annual U-pick for Saskatoon Berries and Sour Cherries and so much more.

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