Locations

C & M Seeds / Palmerston Grain

C & M Seeds is a seed company located outside of Palmerston; it was founded in 1978. They sell various types of wheat seeds, as well as strains of soybean, barley, oats and mixed grains.

Palmerston Grain is a large scale grain elevator based outside of Palmerston.

Palmerston Agricultural Society Park

The Palmerston Agricultural Society Park is located off of Yonge and Albert Street on the edge of Palmerston. It includes four soccer pitchs, two baseball diamonds, a playground and a pavilion. It is adjacent to the Palmerston and District Community Centre.

Clifford Rotary Park

Next to the highway, the Clifford Rotary Park runs along Park Street. Its pavilion and meditation circle are separated by a covered wooden bridge over the local creek.

WildThings Plant Farm

Wild Things Plant Farm has a wide variety of native and exotic plant species on display in their gardens, greenhouses and along their walking trail.

Innovative Print

Innovative Print is a full-service commercial printer equipped with offset presses, digital printers, & wide format capabilities.

Greenway Trail

The Greenway Trail winds through Harriston’s downtown and parks areas as it follows the contours of the Maitland River.

Harriston-Minto Agricultural Society

The Harriston-Minto Agricultural Society organizes the annual Harriston-Minto Fall Fair. They also sponsor and fund other community events and fundraisers in an effort to promote agricultural awareness.

Chantal Heroux

Chantal is a local artist of many talents who bounces back and forth from Palmerston, where her main personal studio is located, and Toronto. She explores ideas of re-purposing and recycling materials in order to add value to objects that could be considered trash.

Greenbush Heritage Organic Farm

Owned and operated by Terry and Krista Fisk, Greenbush Organic Farm is a small-scale certified organic market garden producing fresh organic fruits and vegetables. It is located on Highway 9 between Harriston and Clifford.

St. Thomas Roman Catholic Church

Built in 1873 by the Township of Minto for a Municipal building which housed the Council Chambers and their business offices of the day. Sold to the Roman Catholic Church in 1930 for a place of worship, who have since made renovations for the convenience of their members and visitors.

I.O.D.E. Park

Directly opposite the Lions Park, Harriston’s I.O.D.E. Park runs along the Greenway Trail. The park contains well-kept gardens, and a beautiful wooden gazebo.

Town of Minto Optimist Club

The Town of Minto Optimist Club works with other community service clubs and groups to raise funds for local youth projects. Their primary fundraiser is the annual Palmerston Bobtail Truck, Car & Motorcycle Show.

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