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Fork In The Rowed Farms



Location: Travel approx. 2 km E from Lethbridge on H3, then turn S (right) on Sunnyside Rd. (toward Green Haven). Next, take an immediate turn E (left) and continue on road past Victory Church. You will find us there, working hard to provide you with quality produce!

Website: Fork In The Rowed Farms

We Grow:

Vegetables: Asparagus, Beans, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Corn, Cucumbers, Lettuce, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Potatoes, Radishes, Salad Mix, Summer Squash, Tomatoes, Winter Squash, Zucchini, Kale, Swiss Chard, Sweet Potato, Melons, Turnip, Leeks, Kohlrabi & More!.

Specialities: Flowers.

Events: We are excited to be launching our first CSA offering this year. We can't wait to build on our connections with you, our Farm Family & Community.

Other Special Interest: We are currently in our 2nd year of transition to organic with the Global Organic Alliance, and have/will never grow produce any other way. We also have a variety of high quality B.C. Fresh Fruit available from Walkers Own Produce.

Pre-picked/Custom orders
Farm Gate Sales
Attends Farmers' Markets
Farmers' Markets Attended: Lethbridge Exhibition Farmers Market, Downtown Lethbridge Farmers Market, University of Lethbridge Farmers Market, Medicine Hat Farmers Market.

When you visit a 'pick your own' garden, here are some suggestions to make the day enjoyable:
  • Dress:
    Wear loose, comfortable clothing such as a long sleeved shirt and pants.
  • Cooler:
    Bring a picnic cooler with ice packs to keep those berries and vegetables just right until you get home
  • Bugs and Sun:
    Remember those UV rays - wear a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. Bring some mosquito repellent, just in case.
  • Call Ahead:
    It is a good idea to call ahead to be sure the farm has a good supply of what you want today - don't go home disappointed!
  • Follow Instructions:
    Please respect the grower's property and follow any written or verbal instructions you are given.
  • Storage of Berries:
    Berries store better unwashed. Do not wash until immediately before use. Store in refrigerator in shallow containers, loosely covered. Use within two or three days.
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