Food Forest Project Featured in Focus on Scugog

Foggy River Farm's Food Forest pilot project with the Durham Catholic District School Board was featured in the July 2015 issue of Focus on Scugog.   Taking place at Good Shepherd Catholic School in Port Perry, this project has engaged students from Kindergarten to Grade 8 in the visioning, design, planting, and care of an edible schoolyard ecosystem, and will continue to be a source of learning in the classroom and beyond.


Foggy River Presents on Permaculture, Herb Spiral & Mandala Garden at Richters Herbs


On April 19, Phil Collins joined a panel of presenters to discuss unique approaches to permaculture and how to integrate permaculture principles to your own home and property.

Phil used Foggy River Farm as a case study and teaching tool to demonstrate how to integrate function and form into a natural landscape and maximize "edible space" while respecting the land and surrounding ecosystem.

View upcoming workshops at Richters herbs.


Brock Community Gathers for Celebration of Local Food

Foggy River Farm was thrilled to participate in Brock's Big Bite, an annual food and arts festival run by community volunteers. Fresh produce was available for sale, and it was a wonderful day to meet other local food businesses and the residents of Brock Township.

The Foggy River Farm team featured in The Pefferlaw Post, Aug 24, 2013

The Foggy River Farm team featured in The Pefferlaw Post, Aug 24, 2013