100% GRASS-FED & GRASS-FINISHED

Icelandic Lamb

Starting early-summer and into late-fall, we pack our Share Boxes with the variety, flavour, and colour of over 50 types of heritage, unique, and commercial greens ranging from baby leaf spinach and crisp romaine to Hakurei Japanese turnips, French Provence-bred Marbonne tomatoes, Charentais melons, and Joi Choi Bok Choy. 

PASTURE & WOODLAND RAISED

Heritage Breed Pork

We raise a drove Tamworth, Berkshire, and Large Black pigs on a diverse range of pasture grasses, legumes and woodland forage supplemented with locally cropped peas and barley. Well adapted to our Northern Ontario woodlands and winters, the deep flavours of this Irish-English cross is reflective of the regional forage of Algoma.

PASTURE RAISED

Cornish Cross Chicken

Starting early-summer and into late-fall, we pack our Share Boxes with the variety, flavour, and colour of over 50 types of heritage, unique, and commercial greens ranging from baby leaf spinach and crisp romaine to Hakurei Japanese turnips, French Provence-bred Marbonne tomatoes, Charentais melons, and Joi Choi Bok Choy. 

Martti

LEMIEUX

Regrarian, Grazier, Wrangler

ORGANICALLY GROWN

Garden Vegetables

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GRASSFED & FINISHED

Lowline Black Angus Beef

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PASTURE & WOODLAND RAISED

Heritage Breed Pork

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WHITE

BLACK GREY (WHITE THEL + BLACK TOG)

BROWN GREY (WHITE THEL + BROWN TOG)

BLACK BADGER FACE

BROWN BADGER FACE

BLACK MOUFLON

BROWN MOUFLON

SOLID BLACK

SOLID BROWN

GREY MOUFLON

LOCAL FACT

Against the grain.

HWY 638
1870

Colonel 
Wolseley

THE KING'S MAN

Louis Riel

HIS OWN MAN

IN 1870, 1200 TROOPS under the command of Colonel Garnet Joseph Wolseley were sent to quell Louis Riel and the Red River Rebellion .  

 

Leaving Toronto by boat they docked in Bruce Mines and traveled by land to Sault Ste. Marie rather than risk detection by traveling the waters of rivière Sainte-Marie.  At the time, the Fenians in the United States  were retaliating against the British in Canada  and Wolseley didn't want them alerted.

From Colonization Road in Bruce Mines, through Plummer township up to Sylvan Valley and into Sault Ste. Marie his men traveled the 'Military Road', literally building sections as they went. In time, parts of the 'Old Military Road' were graded and paved and much of it became todays HWY 638. 

Little did they know that the valleys in this stretch of land would become home to small pockets of farms going against the grain in their own way.

HELLO

Welcome to the valley.

In the valley, the field is more than just the land we work, the seeds we plant, and the food we harvest — it’s also a field of time, intention, and energy that we bring to the world we collectively share.

Since 2009 we’ve been planting, growing, harvesting, grazing, and raising flavour-rich, nutrient-dense greens and grass-fed, pasture-raised meats and eggs for the families of Algoma.

No pesticides, herbicides, insecticides or antibiotics needed — just sun, soil, a little rain, and a lot of attention to nature’s natural cycles.

PASTURE RAISED

Cornish Cross Chicken

Starting early-summer and into late-fall, we pack our Share Boxes with the variety, flavour, and colour of over 50 types of heritage, unique, and commercial greens ranging from baby leaf spinach and crisp romaine to Hakurei Japanese turnips.

LOCAL FACT

Against the grain.

Colonel 
Wolseley

THE KING'S MAN

Louis Riel

HIS OWN MAN

IN 1870, 1200 TROOPS under the command of Colonel Garnet Joseph Wolseley were sent to quell Louis Riel and the Red River Rebellion .  

 

Leaving Toronto by boat they docked in Bruce Mines and traveled by land to Sault Ste. Marie rather than risk detection by traveling the waters of rivière Sainte-Marie.  At the time, the Fenians in the United States  were retaliating against the British in Canada  and Wolseley didn't want them alerted.

From Colonization Road in Bruce Mines, through Plummer township up to Sylvan Valley and into Sault Ste. Marie his men traveled the 'Military Road', literally building sections as they went. In time, parts of the 'Old Military Road' were graded and paved and much of it became todays HWY 638. 

Little did they know that the valleys in this stretch of land would become home to small pockets of farms going against the grain in their own way.

PROCESS

Regenerative Agriculture.

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193 Cemetery Rd, Echo Bay Ontario