Our farming practices follow organic growing principles. We use composts, manures, and cover crops to build soils and encourage microbial life, that in turn, grow great vegetables.
Our 5 acres is a special place made up of sections of long vegetable garden beds, grasslands with wild flowers, natural forested areas, and a tributary of the Black Creek, which runs along the edge of the back field. We encourage hedgerows where we have planted fruit trees, elderberries and allow the wild Nootka roses to flourish. We have put up over 30 birdhouses around the farm and they are thriving with swallows, robins, chickadees, and other wild birds we do not know the names of. Diversification on your land, of animals, plants, birds, insects, etc, ensures a healthy ecosystem for all.