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TapRoot Fibre Lab is in need of a logo!

Posted on by Rhea Hamlin

Attention all graphic designers: TapRoot Fibre Lab is in need of a logo!

TapRoot Fibre Lab is at the next phase. Help us to identify a logo for our new business. We are inviting you to submit a logo design to be shared and voted on via Facebook. The logo with the most likes that best represents our new company will receive a $100 gift basket of local goodies.

Send your submission to Rhea at fibrelab@taprootfarms.ca by April 30th, 2015.

 

About us: 
We are developing a small scale long line flax fibre processing machinery to transform retted flax into fine linen yarn.

We are offering an alternative to globalized textile industry.

We value sustainable economies.

We hope our equipment will generate localized economic growth in smaller, intentional and rural communities.

We will provide small scale and affordable equipment, expert advice, installation & technical support, and service relating to all aspects of growing and processing flax into fine linen.

We like purple - flax has a purplish blue flower.

We want to see flax products of all kinds available in Atlantic Canada grown and processed in Atlantic Canada.

Click here to learn more about TapRoot Fibre Lab.



Thanks for another great year!

Posted on by Denise Grant

With the final week of deliveries behind us* and a new season of deliveries starting next week (week of April 6th), we want to take the opportunity to thank you all for your support of our farm and local food. We couldn't do this without you!

If you haven't signed up for the 2015 season and still wish to purchase a share, you can until the end of this week.

It has been a great year and we look forward to sharing our bounty with you in the new season.

Cheers,

Denise :)

* Unless you have a snow day make up delivery this week.

 




Thursday deliveries postponed

Posted on by Denise Grant

Good morning everyone,

Wow, another storm! This is the winter that never ends.

We've received word that the Hammonds Plains Market is closed today and that streets around Hawthorn School are not in good shape so we will not be doing deliveries today. We will send an email later this afternoon with a plan of action.

In the meantime, I expect you are all digging out like we are here. Stay safe and lift with your legs. :)

Denise

 



Delivery Plan

Posted on by Patricia Bishop

STORM WEEK UPDATE:

  • No deliveries this week for Mosaic, Sackville, Bedford, and Bloom. We will deliver this week share offering on April 1.
  • Pick-Up for Noggins, TapRoot, Kingston and Home delivery will be Friday March 20th
  • Monday March 30 we will deliver to Hawthorne to make up for Monday March 16th
  • Thursday April 2 we will deliver to Hammond Plains Farmers Market to make up for March 19th.