Farms

Our community of farms and ranches has been carefully selected, to ensure they are following agricultural best practices that are better for the animals and our planet. Join our movement to reduce food waste, support local, hard working Albertan producers, and help to improve our food system.

Gemstone Grass fed Beef

The Doerksen family raises their cattle with an emphasis on animal health, soil health, and sustainability. Their beef is grass-fed and grass-finished.

Old School Cheesery

Patrick Dupuis and his children, Valerie, Victoria, and Sebastian, make handcrafted cheeses using pasteurized local milk and natural ingredients. 

Lambtastic Farms

Nancy and Ray’s sheep have the opportunity to roam and live naturally, and are raised without added hormones. Lambtastic Farms’ lamb is tender, succulent, and highly nutritious. 

Red Fox Farms Fungi

Brad and Janine grow gourmet mushrooms without using chemicals, fertilizers, or manures. These aren’t your average mushrooms: each nutritious, colourful variety has a unique flavour and texture.

MOB Honey

Amber believes that when you eat honey it should evoke the senses. We couldn't agree more. Ethical beekeeping makes better honey.

Micro Acres

David and Kirstin's focus on growing in square feet not acres.  Producing the freshest locally grown microgreens. 

Vital Green Farms

Vital Green Farms is a family operated organic dairy farm, with on-farm processing. Their goal is to keep everything as close to nature as possible. 

Fresh Flavor Farm

Fresh Flavor Farm grows lettuce using aquaponics in Southern Alberta.  There closed loop system allows for zero waste and produce free from chemicals.

Rafferty Farms

Rafferty Farms is a vertical aquaponics farm.  James and his team grow amazing herbs, that are not exposed to synthetic fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides. 

Salt Craft Meat Co.

At Salt Craft, Ivo combines locally-raised Albertan meats with Italian charcuterie techniques to create some of the most flavourful cured meats you’ll ever taste. 

Busy Bea's Market Garden

Busy Bea's Market have been producing certified organic vegetables on their farm in Oldman River Valley since 1999. 

Various Alberta Producers

In an effort to provide local produce consistently, sometimes we need to go outside of core farms.  Rest assured, all of these farms practice sustainable and natural agriculture.

Skipper Otto Seafood

Skipper Otto Community Supported Fishery provides a variety of traceable, sustainable seafood caught by independent Canadian fishermen.