We have a new website! Please visit www.hcfma.ca to get all the latest updates on our 2020 season. There you will find the list of our awesome vendors and details on our three market locations. Come visit the market, wear a mask and shop at your favorite vendors! See you there!

COVID 19 Update

Hi Everyone!

You are all wondering about this season but please know that the Haliburton County Farmers’ Market is working together with Public Heath, Farmers’ Market Ontario, the municipalities and our vendors to get our markets up and running. This season will not be business as usual and we will be a bit delayed in opening, but please check back with us regularily for more details and updates on how things are progressing for the market.

Stay safe and well!!

Check Out Harvest Haliburton’s Food Business Page


Thinking of opening a food business in Haliburton County?
Already have a food business and looking to expand or adjust?

Harvest Haliburton, one of our amazing community partners, has some great resources on their website found here. They also have a directory of local inspected commercial kitchens, and tons of research that they have completed for Haliburton County food and agriculture. Follow them on facebook to stay informed about their valuable work!

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The Carnarvon Market is Moving to the Stanhope Community Centre!

The Haliburton County Farmers’ Market Has Moved!
Come visit us every Friday at the Stanhope Community Centre at 1095 North Shore Road.
The market will be open from June 16 – October 6 from 12-4pm.
Friday, June 16, 2017 is our opening day and we’ll have something for everyone including some give-aways.

HCFMA Support of Garlic Research

The HCFMA has been an active collaborator in a 3-year field research project to test the effectiveness of natural non-toxic remedies to control garlic pests.  Both leek moth and bulb and stem nematodes have been an increasing problem causing significant crop-loss to local garlic producers. This research project, funded by the Agricultural Adaptation Council’s Growing Forward 2 program (GF-2), has engaged local growers as citizen scientists partners.  The September issue of the Ontario Stewardship Network’s newsletter, Sno Squall, reports on the project and their participation. http://stewardshipnetwork.ca/sno-squall/

Food Access Mapping in Haliburton County: A Project of the Haliburton County Community Food Assessment

Food Access Report – Portrait-Final

Community Food Assessment Report


The story of farming in Haliburton County, including an overview of farming historically as well as an ‘up close and personal’ glimpse into farming in Haliburton today.


Food and Offical Plan Report_ Final for distribution

Food Production Consumption Report – Final


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