Saturdays, November 2 - December 14, 11am-4pm
Fall Farm Visit Days
Let us nourish you! Come out to and get to know our farm & stock up for the winter and the holiday season in our mini-farm-store. We'll have our amazing organic meats plus honey, sheep's milk soaps, and wool. Bring your kids - or your parents - to see what a working organic farm looks like! For larger meat orders, please order at least 2 days in advance of your visit.
Sunday, October 6, morning
Would you like to see what sheep shearing is like? We can always use some extra help with skirting the fleeces at shearing time. Shearing is a busy day, so if you'd rather just visit and have a tour, another day would be better. But, if you'd like to lend your hands and learn while you do, please get in touch to find out more. RSVP for sure for this one!
Sunday, August 25, 3pm
Pasture Walk and Potluck
Come and enjoy the beauty of this land with us, aWe will head out for a walk and talk at 3pm, then come back to share a potluck meal together. Bring weather appropriate clothing and footwear, we will head out rain or shine. For the potluck, bring a supper-related dish to share (BBQ and possibly campfire available to use). All ages very welcome. Please RSVP by phone or email to attend and for more info.
Saturday, June 15, 10-4
Indigo Dyeing Workshop
with Andrea Belcham
Indigo is a versatile and mysterious dye that can bring beautiful colour to your fibre projects. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to select and prepare natural fibres for dyeing and how to make a natural indigo vat. We’ll explore the Japanese tradition of resist-dyeing (shibori) to decorate cotton fabric, as well as gradient-dyeing techniques on our own Icelandic wool yarn. You will come away with two organic cotton napkins, a cotton tote and a 100g skein of yarn - all dyed uniquely by you - as well as the knowledge and confidence you need to start your own indigo vat at home!
The workshop includes a farm tour and discussion of how we raise organic wool, home cooked organic lunch and refreshments.
Cost: $100, plus $38 materials fee
Please register by phone or email with your name and contact information.
MAX 7 STUDENTS so register fast!
Andrea Belcham is owner of the yarn line Renard Et Fleur, which features Canadian yarns dyed using plants. She teaches on a variety of topics related to natural dyeing, including foraged colour, boro patchwork, and visible mending. Visit her Etsy shop and follow her fibre art adventures on Instagram at @foxprintfibres
Saturday May 18, 10-4
Farm Open House
Our annual Spring event. We will do farm tours, introduce you to all of the baby ducklings, chicks, lambs, and pigs, and you can get a chance to learn how we are raising organic food and fibre for you! Bring a picnic lunch if you'd like, bring your walking shoes if you want to explore, and definitely bring the kids! Please leave your dog at home though. Drop in and stay as long or as short as you'd like!