About the Farm

Our farm is 15 acres and includes streams, Riparian areas, & wooded areas for wildlife habitat.

We grow annual crops like vegetables, herbs, melons, and cut flowers on 1.5-2 acres each year. On another 2-3 acres, we grow soil-building cover crops and green manures like oats, rye, clover, and field peas.


We’re Certified Organic.

Oftentimes people think that organic farming is simply a series of things we don’t do: We don’t use synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, we don’t use GMOs, we don’t use sewage sludge, etc. And that’s all true.

But that’s like someone who doesn’t eat any hydrogenated oil, corn syrup, caffeine, alcohol….but really they aren’t eating anything at all and starving themselves to death.

Farming organically isn’t about neglecting to do things; it’s about what we ARE doing:

  • Building soil health (THE organic saying is ‘Feed the soil, not the crop’)
  • Encouraging a balance of wildlife to avoid pest outbreaks
  • Figuring out ways to enhance the health of the watershed and the air around us
  • Working to minimize our energy use
  • Experimenting constantly to increase the nutrition and flavour of the foods we produce
  • Innovating to find simpler and more joyful ways to continue providing ourselves with a livelihood from this land
  • Enhancing the beauty and value of the land from the perspectives of humans and non-humans.

To us, THIS is what it means to farm organically.

To do all this takes commitment, the constant gathering of both knowledge and wisdom, and a whole lot of love.

This work will take up our whole lives, giving us a great sense of growth and satisfaction, but never offering up the feeling that we’ve accomplished everything we wanted to.

Read more about our philosophy and practice of organic farming in our blog posts, like: What does Organic Mean?, Does Organic Mean No Pesticides?, and High Yields for Humans and Biodiversity on Organic Farms.


We save seeds.

We do this because plants adapt each year and we want plants to be able to adapt to our farm. This means adapting to our particular soil types, our particular climate, the particular way we manage our crops as farmers, and the particular qualities our customer like.

Learn more about our seed-growing on our blog, with posts like: Farm-Raised Seeds, Organic Seed Growers Conference, and Saving Those Seeds.


We raise khaki campbell ducks for eggs

We love having birds on our farm. And we love eating eggs. We hadn’t tried duck eggs before we got ducks. They are richer than chicken eggs….we’re basically obsessed now! And it’s not easy to get organic AND pastured eggs – this way we know exactly how the ducks are raised.

The ducks have been a great fit for us so far. Plus, they love eating slugs….bonus pest control!

We only have a handful of ducks…just enough for our own breakfast omelettes….we don’t sell any eggs currently.

You can read more about our ducks in our blog posts, like Learning to Raise Ducks Organically, I Think our Ducks Hate Me, and The Cutest Thing You’ll See All Day.


We are a Bee-Friendly Farm

Bees and other pollinators are so important for our food system! We work so that our farm can provide a home and food & water sources for these hard workers.

We never spray any pesticides (including organic-approved ones).

Bees need flowers that are blooming for as much of the year as possible and so we’re always looking to make sure each season has plentiful blooms. Dandelions are beautiful on this farm!

Read our blog post on Bee-Friendly Farming.


We live on this farm with some pretty cool cats

We’re not sure what life on our farm would look like without the great felines we co-habitate with. But it certainly would be less awesome. If you’re a fan of cats, check out these guys.