In honour of Earth Week 2018, we’re offering deep discounts on our multi-date options for the Fantastic Forest Forage. Whether you’re interested in the healing power of local plants, or would like to get back to the land a little bit and use natural methods to supplement your diet, or want to teach your kids or friends about our natural environment and how to live a little more sustainably, the Fantastic Forest Forage is for you.
May’s a busy month. The gorgeous weather has us busy in our backyards. Savour Winnipeg’s Fantastic Forest Forage kicks off for a sixth season. And Living Prairie Museum hosts the first of a few Prairie Plant sales. Procured by Prairie Flora Greenhouse, this is your chance to enhance your gardens with some hardy native perennials. […]
The Fantastic Forest Forage is back again for 2016. Once again we’ll unearth the edible bounty that grows wild and free in our own back-yards. If you’ve ever wondered what grows wild and is good to eat, this one of a kind experience is for you. We cover tools of the trade, why we forage, […]
Greenhouses in and around the city are already seeing signs of life and gardening enthusiasts are already planning their planting and starting their seeds. If you lack the space, skill, or inclination to map out plots, plan inputs and starts or manage large tracts of edibles, the Farmers’ Market is the next best thing. No longer do we have to pile into our cars and trek out to the biggest and arguably best Farmers’ Market in (or just outside) the city–St. Norbert. Smaller, community markets have been cropping. Here’s where to find a farmer in Winnipeg in 2014.
Once again, Winnipeggers will have access to a cornucopia of prairie flora with the Living Prairie Museum Native Prairie Plant Sale.
Procured by Prairie Flora Greenhouse, this is your chance to enhance your gardens with some hardy native perennials, many of which we teach people to forage for, that attract some of the most beautiful and beneficial insects and animals.
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Who can say no to that face? I love and respect the forest. And I love good food, foraged or otherwise. The 2013 CPAWS wilderness calendar, now on sale, combines two of my favourite things. CPAWS is a non profit organization working toward boreal forest conservation here in the province. Each year as a fundraising […]
Looking for some last minute gift ideas for the foodie on your Christmas shopping list? Savour asked a few readers for their ideas, and here’s what we’ve come up with. Organic Food Council of Manitoba Producer Calendar Take a visual tour through twelve of Manitoba’s most beautiful, sustainably managed and organic farms in this beautifully […]
Today at 10:00 am until Sunday, November 16 The Happy Cooker is having a Fall Clearance Sale. It’s a great time to score some great Christmas bargains for the foodie on your list. Like this 11 piece commercial grade cookware set reduced by $500! Stock up on Paderno bakeware including their new line of ECO […]
Oh boy oh boy oh boy! The Farmers Markets are opening and the garden markets are set to receive the first fruits of our local producers’ labours. I’m a bit of a farmers’ market junkie, bagging more product that I can possibly use. The selection and freshness is intoxicating and I can’t believe how many […]
Why not celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a wine from Mexico. Manitoba Liquor Marts has brought to market a Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Sirah from Baja based La Cetto. Founded by an Italian, Angelo Cetto, Cetto started the wine business in 1930. He bought a number of small wineries in the 1980s and is now […]