I’m Vegetarian/Vegan, Can I Enjoy Farm Crawl without the Animals?
Garlic, flowers, wine and trees – there is more to see on Farm Crawl than just farm animals. Here are some suggested stops if you are looking for an animal-free Farm Crawl experience:
A visit to this winery is a chance to learn about hand-picking grapes and producing small batch wine. There is also an amazing escarpment view to take in while trying a few wine samples. And make sure keep your eyes open for local wildlife sightings, including some rare birds.
Ever consider growing hostas in your garden but you don’t know where to start? Lotsa Hostas can answer all your hosta questions and help you find the perfect plants for your space. Or maybe raspberries are more your thing. Learn about growing berries, how they are cared for and tour the berry fields. You could even pick a ½ pint for yourself (July crawl only).
Ballantrae Garlic Farm (July and August only)
A visit to Ballantrae will forever change how you think about garlic. See the difference in size, shape, colour, and more between different varieties from around the world. Their passion for growing organic garlic is contagious (and delicious).
Perfect Christmas Tree Farm
This farm has been growing Christmas trees for the past 40 years. See their five varieties of trees and what makes a great Christmas tree!
Other farms taking part in the Crawl may have some animals, such as chickens, bees or cows, but many also grow vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers. Whatever farms you visit on Farm Crawl we hope you have a great day getting up close and personal with local food producers.