We are grateful for the opportunity to operate our farm on this traditional land that has been inhabited by the Anishnaabeg, Wendat, and Haudenosaunee Peoples and adjacent to the Kanien’keha:ka (Mohawk) community of Tyendinaga. We recognize the history of this land and are committed to honouring the Indigenous Peoples who have lived on this land for thousands of years.
As stewards of this land, we take our responsibility to care for it very seriously. We are committed to sustainable farming practices that promote the health of the land, the environment, and our local community. Our crops are grown without the use of harmful chemicals, and we prioritize the use of organic, regenerative and eco-friendly practices wherever possible.
We are grateful for the opportunity to connect to this community and to share the beauty of our farm with others. Through our commitment to preserving our heritage through reconciliation, communication, wellness, sustainability, and community, we hope to inspire a brighter future for our planet and all who call it home.