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

First Spring Food Box

First Spring Food Box

Our first food box of the year included some of our juicy green garlic. Green garlic is the name for the immature garlic stems, which will bulb up later in the season. Right now you can use green garlic much as you would a green onion or baby leek, but with a mild...

The Amazing Bathroom Project

The Amazing Bathroom Project

We get a lot of tours coming through the farm, and a lot of traffic through the farm house to our one bathroom. This year, with funds raised and grant money received from our supporters at the District of Saanich, we've finally been able to start work on an accessible...

Food Boxes

Food Boxes

Thanks so much to all our supporters! Our Spring food box 2016 subscriber list is now full. If you didn't get there in time (or even if you did!) please consider signing up for our Summer box, which starts on June 29 and runs until October 26.

MarketSafe at the Farm… and at the Markets!

MarketSafe at the Farm… and at the Markets!

Hali has a special zoning, unique to this area, as a Demonstration Farm. As such, we dedicate time and effort towards providing education to our farmers, volunteers and interns. Led by our farmer-mentor Elmarie Roberts, we've been building educational connections with...

Rotary Rocks

Rotary Rocks

Two Sidney Rotarians joined our farm tour this week, Jack MacAulay and Dr. Roger Hind. At the end of the tour, they made a surprise presentation. Board member Ann Eastman accepted on our behalf a framed certificate to thank the board members and farmers who'd helped...

New Season – Tours & Interns

New Season – Tours & Interns

We've had a lot of activity on the farm this week. On Sunday, more than 100 people crossed our threshold to learn about native plants and pick up plant starts, seeds and native plant hanging baskets as part of the Habitat Acquisition Trust native plant gardens tour....

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