The Eastern Ontario Agri-Food Network (EOAN) is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to supporting the development, growth and sustainability of local food and agriculture initiatives in Eastern Ontario. The EOAN operates in Prescott-Russell, Stormont Dundas & Glengarry, Cornwall, and the Ontario portion of Akwesasne.
Increase the production, marketing, and consumption of local food products by connecting consumers directly to producers through events, programs and online channels.
Promoting Member Products and Services
Shopping locally, especially for food and beverage does wonders. Discover the great food and beverages, the unique flavours, and the beautiful people behind it all.
Buying local food builds the local economy for mutual prosperity. It supports small scale family farms and food artisans. It grounds you in local identity and flavours. It creates bonds and relationships between producers and consumers.
Visit the EOAN’s promotional website, Savour East Ontario.
Become a Member
Let’s make our region a great place to live, work, play, and visit with wonderful farmers and food artisans, great regional flavours, and memorable experiences.
- Support and growth opportunities through our vast network.
- Participation in cooperative marketing strategies such a food asset mapping and farm tours.
- Participation in regional meetings, events, training, social events.
News and Updates
Canadian Agricultural Strategic Priorities Program
2023 PR Warden’s Banquet
On the remarkable evening of November 18th, the charming village of Vankleek Hill took center stage as the prestigious Prescott Russell Wardens Banquet unfolded. This event was a splendid opportunity for networking, bringing together individuals with a shared passion for fostering connections and celebrating community spirit. The culinary offerings were nothing short of extraordinary, capturing my personal admiration.
As a delightful token to remember the evening, each participant received a special gift from La Cabane de Gars – a jar of exquisite maple syrup, adding a touch of local charm to the festivities. It was an evening filled with camaraderie, gastronomic delights, and meaningful connections to be treasured.