Slow Food Cycle Tour

Agassiz Summer Cycle Tour
 Saturday, August 2nd.


 Celebrating its’ 8th year, Agassiz Slow Food Cycle Tour is   excited    to welcome you to another year exploring the        countryside and  meeting the local farmers.  There will be fresh produce, exceptional  cheese, organic free-range chickens and delicious blueberries to pick. A shopping shuttle service has been provided by Tourism Harrison.  They collect your purchases from the farms and bring them back to the registration area for you to pick up.

 

Agassiz Harrison Museum & Visitor Information Centre
The museum is housed in the original Canadian Pacific Railway Station built in 1893, making it one of the oldest existing wooden stations in British Columbia. 
BC Dairy Classroom
We welcome BC Dairy to this year’s event with a photo stand and some fun promo items. Find them at the Cordine Farm on Cameron Road.
Cabin Fever Country
We welcome Kim Duncan, of Cabin Fever Collectibles.  Kim will have her delicious fudge and jams and jellies available for pick up.   Blackberry Lane Pies will no longer be available at the B&B on Limbert Mtn Road but Kim will be making all of your favourites and you will be able to find her at The Back Porch.
Canadian Hazelnuts Farm
Fresh, roasted, candied, chocolate dipped and bark, flour, protein powders, cold pressed oils, butter and chocolate spread. Come enjoy a walk in our orchard & enjoy a self-guided tour. 
Cordine Farms
Come out and visit this operating dairy farm. Learn where your milk comes from and say 'hi' to the cows.


Farm House Natural Cheeses
Surrounded by stunning mountain scenery, happy cows graze the fields to produce the rich fresh milk used for the cheeses made in our on-farm creamery.  We will be offering for sale, cheese sampler plates and “Farm House Raclette” with boiled potato and pickles.
Hammersley Farms
Spray-free raspberries and blueberries in season, as well as jams, berry sauces and vinaigrettes.  Wander through beautiful display gardens. We have over 120 varieties of reasonably priced perennials for sale.  
Honeyview Farms
Come visit Honeyview Farms at the Registration Area.  Honeyview farm is the largest apiary in BC.
Invasive Species Council of BC
We will be on location at the UBC Dairy & Research Centre, stop by and learn how to stop invasive plants and organisms from spreading in BC.
Ossome Acres
Artisan breads for the Chilliwack Farmers Market and Vegetables for the table.  They believe that healthy soil equals a healthy crop so they use only organic compost and fertilizer and grow their veggies from non-gmo, untreated and organic seeds! 
Prospera Credit Union
Prospera will be giving away free seed packets so everyone can grow and enjoy their own fresh herbs at home. Don’t forget to stop by their table at registration to say hello and pick some up. 
Ian Sparkes Corn
Sparkes corn is picked fresh and delivered directly from our fields to our convenient drive-thru stands daily, ensuring it comes to you ripe, fresh, and full of flavour! We guarantee it! 
Tasty Chicken Farm
No additives, non-medicated, organic-fed, open fields, fresh water, and darn tasty! On the menu this year: BBQ Lemongrass Skewers, Croquettes and our Limonade Mocktail. 
The Back Porch
Lynda is a potter and a willow basket maker. Dan is a full time artisan coffee roaster. He works with an antique Royal #5 roaster dating from 1919.  This year they are offering iced coffee for sale and Blackberry Lane Pies will be on site selling pieces of pie as well as whole pies.
Yangbing Family Farm
Enjoy different ways to prepare pea shoots or just relax in the shade of their trees.
UBC Dairy & Research Centre
A world-class research facility and a working dairy farm.   We hope you will come for a tour of the UBC Dairy Centre.