Thyme Again Gardens in Friends of Southshore

The history of agriculture in Prince Edward County is a story of adaptation and resilience in the face of change. From the gardens established by early European settlers to the rise and fall of the dairy and canning industries, succeeded by cattle and cash crops, to the nascent agri-tourism industry, it is clear that what it means to be a farmer in the County is in constant flux.

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