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Flying Moon Farm
at the Markets

Enjoy a taste of the farm at the Carleton Place and Stittsville farmers markets summer 2024.

 

Our offerings tell the story of our deep relationship with the plants, forest, horses, sheep, and other more-than-humans we live with. They’re our way of sharing the gifts of a place we love with our community. 

Browse our booth and discover unique, small-batch, fresh, preserved and hand-crafted artisan goods. We'd love to meet you and share a free story card to inspire and uplift your day.

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Fresh

Yummy baked goods that reflect what’s in season at the farm featuring Lia’s famous sweet and savoury garden-themed focaccia, forest-herb crackers, nettle cookies plus whatever else inspires us day-of.

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Preserved

Artisanal canned preserves made from our garden’s abundance (imagine apple, garlic, rosemary jelly), unique blends of forest teas from our regenerative foraging practices, and herb bouquets with recipe cards.

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Crafted

Hand crafted functional goods from our cooperative relationship with the horses and sheep including felted soaps and lovingly composted sheep and horse manure that's like gold for your garden and plants. 

Could you use a little uplift?

Stop by our booth and enjoy a free story card. These little tales of connection between the horses, sheep, forest and wild more-than-humans that call this farm home are filled with mystery and mayhem and we love to share them as fuel for joy and imagining a more beautiful world. We create a different story card for each market date - come for one or collect them all. 

We're eager to meet you.

A bit about us.

We're Tina and Lia Turner, a mother-daughter duo. We grew up in the suburbs, disconnected from our food system, driving to the country everyday to be with our horse friend, and dreaming of a different life. In 2015, while Lia was studying at Carleton University, she happened upon the perfect farmstead in the Ottawa Valley and convinced Tina to make the 500km move with the dogs, cat and horse friends. The adventure of Flying Moon Farm began. 

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Our first project started as The Courage Herd - we welcomed hundreds of people to explore equine facilitated learning. Until the pandemic put us on pause and gave us the space to reimagine what it would be to go even deeper into a regenerative, anti-colonial exploration. In 2023 Lia made a permanent move to the farm, sparking the vision of Wild Learning - experiences to support young adults in unearthing the way colonial living distorts our relationship with life and exploring a path of reconnection with nature, self and others as acts of resistance and renewal.

The Flying Moon Farm market offerings are a key part of this larger vision, and reflect our joy in making and sharing beautiful and useful goods from what grows and composts here. 

Our 2024 Market Schedule: 

7 Beckwith St, Carleton Place, ON K7C 2T1
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May 11 

May 25 

June 8 

June 22

July 6 

July 20

August 3

August 17

September 14

September 28

October 12 

6154 Abbott St E, Stittsville, ON K2S 1V2

May 12

May 19

June 16

July 7 

July 28

August 4

August 11

September 1 

September 22

October  6

October 13

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