rainbow carrots
Well, it’s hard to believe (except when our fingertips were freezing last weekend) that this coming Saturday (Oct.22nd) is our last day of market for the year! We’ll miss a lot of things each Saturday: picking up our weekly treats of raw vegan desserts, cheeses, and seafood seeing all of […]

This Saturday is our Last Week at Market!!!


Khaki Campbell ducks 7
So, I’m pretty sure the ducks think I’m the worst. I tried my best to get them to love me. When they were little, I would hang out with them as long as I could and sing songs or read aloud to them. While I was busy on the farm, […]

I Think Our Ducks Hate Me


Farm sunset 1
I originally wrote this article for and it was published in The Canadian Organic Growers Magazine’s Spring 2016 issue. TCOG (for short) magazine is a great magazine that you can either subscribe to online or as a print/paper copy. Check it out! This article was written as a follow-up to […]

Biodegradable Plastic Mulches No Longer Allowed in Canadian ...



All photos in this blog post taken by Sonia Marwick. Have you ever even heard of Slow Food? Slow Food is a movement that Bryan and I really get behind. It’s a movement towards food (and a food system) that is Good, Clean, and Fair. These 3 simple words (good, […]

Do You Prefer Fast Food or Slow Food?


greenhouse
Last month, an awesome guy named Warren came out to the farm to interview us and take shots for this really cool TV show he makes called The Eastern Alternative. The show is all about people living in Atlantic Canada and why they stay here rather than leave. In Warren’s […]

The Eastern Alternative


female farmer
When I wake up in the morning, the very first thought in my mind is whether I’ll be planting, weeding or harvesting today (or all three!).Though if it’s a market day, I’ll be up at 3:30 am and am unlikely to have formulated any thoughts yet. And after that – […]

A Farmer’s Manifesto