Across the US and Canada, there is an exciting emergence of a unique type of food festival – a festival for garlic! When looking at a map of where garlic festivals are emerging, it’s clear that garlic knows no geographic boundaries – it’s a food that grows well in most climates across the continent. This popularity of garlic festivals appears to be communicating an important story – a story of our longing to connect and celebrate with one another around food, a story of people wanting to make more flavorful dinners, and a story of a food that has become an incredibly important crop for small-scale farmers.
Ken Meter, Professor, Crossroads Resource Center (Minneapolis, MN)
Liz Primeau, Author, In Pursuit of Garlic (Mississauga, ON)
Bill Christopher, President, Christopher Ranch (Gilroy, CA)
Bob Baloch, Farmer, The Fresh Veggies (Brampton, ON)
Peter McClusky, Founder, Toronto Garlic Festival (Toronto, ON)
JP Gural, Farmer, Samsara Fields (Waterford, ON)
Ross Breen, Farmer, Stone Soup Farm (Harlowe, ON)
Paul Hoepfner-Homme, Farmer, Victory Garden Vegetables (Cobourg, ON)
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