About Us

The Association was formed to support and promote the Haskap growers of Nova Scotia.


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Haskap Berry

Learn more about what the Haskap berry is, where it comes from and its incredible history.


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Growing Haskap

Healthy Haskaps require healthy soil. The answer to all your Haskap questions are here.


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Nutritional Info

They say Haskaps are healthy, find all the information you need here.


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Our Haskap Association Members Section

We have created a special member’s area for our Haskap Association Registered Members.

Please click the button to register or login.



The Haskap Growers Association of Nova Scotia invites you to join us for our Spring 2016 Workshop.

Conversations on Soil Fertility, Compost Tea, and Plant Fertility with Guest Speaker Av Singh from Perennia.

As well, participate in Forums on Plants, Programs, Harvesting, Sales and Communication. 

Lunch and Refreshments included in ticket price, and there will be a 50/50 draw!

Members $15 per person – 50% discount!

Non Members $30 per person

Membershop Renewal $30 per farm – Become a member and enjoy the member discount!

Payment by Cash or Cheque at door

Click here to RSVP by April 6, 2016.


Latest News From Our Facebook Page

Our store in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia is now open 7 days a week! Come in and say hello! Click here to get our address and view a map with our..

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Celebrate #NationalOatmealCookieDay with a batch of Haskapa Oatmeal Cookies! These cookies get their lovey chewy texture from dried haskap berries…

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Come see us at Sobeys on Barrington Passage in NS on Saturday from 11 AM until 4 PM. You’ll be able to try our yummy products!

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For #BlueberryPieDay why not try baking with haskap berries instead? This Haskapa Apple Pie uses our dried haskap berries and haskap berry jam..

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Did you know that the haskap berry provides exceptionally high levels of antioxidants? It has up to three times that of a high bush blueberry!..

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