More than farming... creating cultural change!
We farm for a living, growing 16,000 pounds of vegetables and fruit by hand on just one acre of our 15 acre farm on Swayne Road in Errington, BC. Each Saturday, our “store front” is open at the Errington Farmers’ Market, May through to the end of September - we hope to see you there, supporting local food, local jobs and farming!
The Capital City Allotment Association is a non profit organization managing the community gardens located at 641 Kent Road in Saanich BC. Our members are local citizens who enjoy gardening and growing fresh vegetables.
ALM Organic Farm is a 15 acre organic farm located in Sooke on Vancouver Island in British Columbia.
Coleman Meadows Farm is a small grass fed Water Buffalo dairy in the beautiful Alberni Valley, We offer flowers in season, meat, gelato, yogurt, and cheese
We produce 100% Natural Garlic, Lamb, Rabbit and Eggs!
Our 5 acre property has not seen any chemicals for at least 40 years. As the previous owner, we follow organic growing principles on our farm and do not use chemicals or drugs. The sheep feed on grass and hay and only before lambing do our ewes get some grain and crushed corn as a supplement.
We grow real food, naturally! We love this land and what it produces… Our Berries are CERTIFIED ORGANIC. Delicious and packed with nutrients, the mainly Reka Blueberries, are ripe from early July to mid-August each year. We pick and sell, directly from the farm gate, with some deliveries available.
Located in the Beautiful Alberni Valley, Naesgaard's is a very unique and exciting shopping experience. We have a great selection of fruits and vegetables picked fresh from our fields and local suppliers. In our garden centre we have a compelling selection of flowers and plants.
One of the core values at the Mason Street City Farm is that access to healthy food is a basic human right. No one should suffer from lack of food based on social inequities. We want to change this imbalance in our food system by providing low income and marginalized communities increased access to the skills needed to grow their own food. In order to do this, we need to provide jobs! We are not going to change the injustice in our current food system if we don’t change who has access to the knowledge and skills to build a community food system that includes everyone.
Building soil. Building community. Cultivating abundance.
committed to developing infrastructure and fostering relationships that build our long term food sustainability within a vibrant and healthy community.