Mimicking natural patterns on a domestic commercial scale insures moral and ethical boundaries to human cleverness. We seek to use natural predators to protect against insects and disease. We plant native grasses and shrubs to help cleanse the earth from past herbicide use and to protect our vegetables from unnatural contamination. We collect rainfall and do all that is possible to protect our watershed for both ourselves and our neighbours.
CommunityJanuary 24, 2015
We do not ship food out of our local food marketplace. We should all seek food closer to home, in our foodshed, our own bioregion. This means enjoying seasonality and reacquainting ourselves with our home kitchens.
Experience the satisfaction of knowing your food and your farmer.January 24, 2015
The first member of our family to put a seed in this Alberta soil was Wilhelm Forth way back in 1893! 5 generations later we are still here: tilling the same earth and using many of the same all natural methods our fore fathers used. Current farm stewards, Ian and Jennifer Forth are committed […]
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