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Harvest Hastings hopes to grow membership in North Hastings 

An organization that helps Hastings County agriculture businesses hopes to gain new North Hastings members.  

Harvest Hastings has some events and promotions coming up, as it closes out the growing season. It has a new online shop through its website, which is allowing members to sell products online. 

Harvest Hastings’ Samantha Harris says the organization works to promote its 68 members, most of which are below North Hastings on the map.  

She says it’s not just for typical crop-growing farms, a business that harvests wood or makes crafts could become a member, too.  

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She also says Harvest Hastings is working to expand its presence.  

“We’re still networking and figuring out what we would like to offer to members to make sure that they would like to continue to be a part of the organization,” she says. “One thing we know for sure is that we want to figure out a way to meet each other (more often); to be more social and to get out to more events.” 

Harvest Hastings’s Soup Social event, coming up on Sunday, Oct. 15, presents an opportunity for businesses to learn more. It’s at 11 a.m. at Woodland North Lavender Farm on Hwy. 62, north of Madoc. 

For more details, email Harris at [email protected]  

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