New members joined StreekWaar

With three new members, sustainable local producer association StreekWaar now has 33 members We welcome Boerderij van Steenbergen , Tuinderij het Lichtveen, and CSA de Wilde Peen as new StreekWaar members. With these organic poultry farmers, market gardeners and community supported agriculture initiative we have three new local sustainable food producers, great! Portraits about this […]

Bird flu impacts egg sales from StreekWaar members

A duck farm in Ede was recently hit by the bird flu. Because the Hoge Born and Boerderij van Steenbergen fall within the 10km radius, they are not allowed to sell eggs until February 24, provided there are no new outbreaks within that area. The two farm shops will remain open for the sale of […]

Restaurants and pubs are open again

Café Rad van Wageningen is open again, until 10 p.m! The brewpub of Stadsbrouwerij Wageningen is open from Wednesday to Friday from 15:00, and Saturday and Sunday from 12:00. Come enjoy their own specialty beers on tap, such as GraanGeluk and Wageningse Korenschoof. Don’t miss out at the weekend on some fries with stew or […]

New pick-up location

Did you know that our webshop is constantly offering new products? Every week you can place an order between Friday 17:00 and Monday 19:00 and collect it on Wednesday afternoon at one of the StreekWaar Punten (our pick-up locations). This is possible at Thuis Wageningen, Woon- en Tuinwinkel Loenen in Renkum, Hoekelum farm in Bennekom […]

Nieuwe leden toegetreden tot StreekWaar

Met drie nieuwe leden telt duurzame lokale producentenverenging StreekWaar nu 33 leden We verwelkomen Boerderij van Steenbergen, Tuinderij het Lichtveen, en CSA de Wilde Peen als nieuwe StreekWaar leden. Met deze biologische pluimveehouders, market gardeners en community supported agriculture initiatief hebben we drie nieuwe lokale duurzame voedselproducenten erbij, mooi! Portretten over deze en de anderen […]

de Wilde Peen

“How can non-farmers still have a positive impact on biodiversity in the agricultural landscape?”, Maria and Klarien once wondered. They started CSA farm de Wilde Peen, with now 150 harvest shareholders, contributing annually to a more biodiverse landscape.

Boerderij van Steenbergen

Anton and Hetty van Steenbergen have been selling their free-range and organic eggs directly to the consumer for many years. They have a farm shop with regional products from the Binnenveld, as well as an egg vending machine for guaranteed fresh eggs. If you come to visit for some groceries, you will have the chance to see their wallabies too. Fun outing for the children!