Biodynamic Farm Story

Published in BC Organic Grower Spring 2021 I exhibit a strong spring Biodynamic practice. I have all the time in the world for stirring BD 500, tending to compost piles and dutifully attempting to follow the planting calendar. In the summer things will likely slide, and the fall is very…

Farm Story November

Oh dear. I’ve had an unexpected change-of-mind.  Having just spent some 5 years convincing the boss (my parents) that we shouldn’t be doing big city markets anymore, I have just admitted to myself that I don’t mind them all that much and it seems a little rash to remove them…
Farm Story- September These are the first September weekends in 20 years that I haven’t been at the city markets selling potatoes. It is the result of suddenly completing a 10-year plan that began 5 years ago with the vague idea of finding alternate revenue streams for the farm. The…
Aug 7. BC Organic Grower Magazine Biodynamic Farm Story We have no cattle on the place this year. This is not an ideal situation for a biodynamic farmer. Rudolph Steiner’s lectures are specifically reverent about the bovine influence. Very simply, their manure is important, and their manner is to be…

Our COVID statement…

April 2020 Please note Because we have no idea what is going to happen next, we don't know when we'll be at market or have open farm dates or anything like that. We are planting a regular crop however. If you would like to be on our mailing list we'll…
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