Get connected to local farmers!

On the third Sunday of September, Open Farm Day sees dozens of Manitoba farms open their doors and invite interested people to visit, tour, and learn! has all the locations, events, and details you’ll need to make this day a success. Some farms will be open all day, and some just for the afternoon, so make sure to plan out your route before you go.

Want an idea of what you might get to experience at the farms?

Aurora Farm in St. Norbert is featuring a goat milking demonstration, scavenger hunt with prizes, animal petting, horse rides, music, bonfire, soap carving station, self-guided tours, and a farm store.

For something a little different, the Sagehill Centre is offering “Pony rides (with donation to cause); Horse facility tours; Manitoba made artisan-inspired co-op displays and art demonstrations; Aboriginal artist and artisan displays; Dog training and agility demonstrations.”


Want to participate but can’t get out of town? Check out this tour, right in Winnipeg!

Walking Tour in Winnipeg’s Exchange District: Informative and historic agriculture walking tour
Tour starts in front of Winnipeg City Hall, 510 Main Street (west side), between William Avenue and James Street. Parking is available on side streets, but please note there a number of one-way streets in the area. Limited parking can also be found on Main Street.
Departures at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
Description of Scheduled Activities and Attractions: Meet Keystone Agricultural Producers’ staff in front of Winnipeg City Hall at William and Main. Discover, through the magnificent buildings in the Exchange, the important role agriculture had in Winnipeg’s development.  The old and new buildings will tell about the past, present and future of agriculture in Winnipeg.  Tours are one hour in length.  Maximum of 30 people/tour (first come, first served).  Wear comfortable walking shoes.

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