New Trudelle Farm

is creating an arts organization inspired by Québécois heritage

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We are creating a new arts organization creating meaningful arts and cultural experiences in a rural setting inspired by Québécois heritage. This project is in development with a projected 4-6 year timeline. The location will depend on the land and structures available but will most likely be in Northern Maine, honoring the past "New France" area. Your support will help guide the project! Merci! 
Tiers
Bibitte
$5 or more per month

Small but mighty! Bibitte the French Canadian word for bug, the catch-all Québécois word for the insect world.

It's pronounced B-BIT.

Terrasse
$20 or more per month

Access to the outdoors! The local expression for "patio," Montrealers, both French and English, use this word ALL the time. To pronounce it, say TERRR-ASS. And really roll that R.

Cabane à sucre
$50 or more per month

The sweetest thing. Cabane à sucre is a term that's thrown around in both French and English conversation. A rite of passage for many locals, cabane à sucre season typically heralds the arrival of spring in Quebec. It translates literally as "sugar cabin."

We are creating a new arts organization creating meaningful arts and cultural experiences in a rural setting inspired by Québécois heritage. This project is in development with a projected 4-6 year timeline. The location will depend on the land and structures available but will most likely be in Northern Maine, honoring the past "New France" area. Your support will help guide the project! Merci! 

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Tiers
Bibitte
$5 or more per month

Small but mighty! Bibitte the French Canadian word for bug, the catch-all Québécois word for the insect world.

It's pronounced B-BIT.

Terrasse
$20 or more per month

Access to the outdoors! The local expression for "patio," Montrealers, both French and English, use this word ALL the time. To pronounce it, say TERRR-ASS. And really roll that R.

Cabane à sucre
$50 or more per month

The sweetest thing. Cabane à sucre is a term that's thrown around in both French and English conversation. A rite of passage for many locals, cabane à sucre season typically heralds the arrival of spring in Quebec. It translates literally as "sugar cabin."