A community-supported, certified organic educational farm.

Our VisioN

Our vision is to be a leading model of community-supported, small-scale sustainable organic agriculture carried out in harmony with local ecosystems. Learn more about us.

Our ProducE

We supply healthy, organic food to our community through our weekly Food Box Program and our on-site Farm Stand, and sell at local farmer’s markets.

Our Outreach

Our vision is to be a leading model of community-supported, small-scale sustainable organic agriculture carried out in harmony with local ecosystems. Learn more about us.

Our Commitment

We believe that small scale organic farming is compatible with maintaining and restoring ecosystem health. Learn more about our urban wetland and our commitment to biodiversity.

News from the Farm

Farm Tours!

Farm Tours!

After a COVID-inspired pause, we are delighted to invite groups wanting to visit Haliburton Community Organic Farm to schedule a tour! Social distancing requirements and other COVID protocols are now in place, and we must keep the numbers of each tour to 8 or fewer,...

Volunteers Welcome!

Volunteers Welcome!

Haliburton Community Organic Farm is not just one farm! It's made up of five farming businesses and a wetlands restoration/biodiversity project. We depend on volunteers to help us maintain the wetlands and common areas. After the COVID-19 disruptions this spring,...

Farmstand is Open: Thursdays!

Farmstand is Open: Thursdays!

Our hard-working farmers and super volunteer Suzanne welcome you to a new season at Haliburton's farm stand. Please come and shop for delicious certified organic produce, grown on 4 of the farms that make up Haliburton Community Organic Farm: Fierce Love Farm,...

Community Food! What you can do to help.

Community Food! What you can do to help.

With local families in need because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Hali's Makoha Farm has initiated a Community Food Program. Farmers Amy & Calum are looking for donors to purchase food bags that the farmers will distribute to recipients in the Greater Victoria area...

Food for the senses!

Food for the senses!

Have you ever thought about what a great idea it would be to bring flowers raised without pesticides into your home? How about doing that every week this summer? Here's an invitation from Farmer Amy and Farmer Calum of Makoha Farm - who clearly have a nose for a good...

Native Plants & Biodiversity Work Parties

Native Plants & Biodiversity Work Parties

One of our farm businesses, Saanich Native Plants, has always attracted an interested public to its open air 'showroom' (plant nursery) at the farm where a dazzling array of native plants are on offer. Kristen and James have also hosted monthly work parties in the...

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