Black Dog Berry Farm & Market Garden
Laurie & Fred Kopel
At our farm, we produce: Rhubarb, Blackberries, Raspberries, Potatoes, Tomatoes and summer vegetables.
Our mission is to produce berries, fruit and vegetables for our local community, using sustainable practices, no spray, cover crops, crop rotation, and chicken culture, also using flower rows to encourage natural bee pollination and a healthy ecosystem.
We are selling from our "Farm Stand" at 14623 Galloway Road, Caldwell, Idaho and "Caldwell Farmers Market". We take phone orders also 208-454-0229 - please come visit our farm, a Black Dog will be there to greet you!
Purvis Nursery & Orchard
Apples, Apricots, Cherries, Peaches, Pears, Plums
UI Extension Master Gardeners
University of Idaho Extension in Canyon County is committed to helping individuals and communities grow. Our horticulture areas of specialization include sustainable landscapes, home and market garden vegetable production, youth gardening and volunteer development.Our horticulture Extension Educator directs the program, coordinating and training the Canyon County Master Gardener and Advanced Master Gardener classes. With the help of our Master Gardener Volunteers, we provide no-cost horticulture education to hundreds of children each year through Junior Master Gardener programs and research-based gardening expertise to hundreds of consumer clientele at our Plant Clinics and information booths.
This year we will be selling vegetable and flower starts and tree seedlings at the farmers market in the month of May. The funds will be used to help send our Master Gardeners to the International Master Gardener Conference in Portland. We have tomatoes, eggplant, squash, flowers, and even small evergreen and shade trees.
Starting in June, we will be at the market every second Wednesday with gardening advice and a Junior Master Gardener Activity.