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

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...

Spring 2020 – Food is coming!

Spring 2020 – Food is coming!

Hello to all our friends and supporters! Amid all the COVID chaos, the Haliburton farmers are growing lots of great food this year and look forward to getting it to markets of various kinds. The farm gate is closed for now, but Hali farmers will start to bring organic...

Seeds, glorious seeds!

Seeds, glorious seeds!

January 11 is coming up! It's time to start counting down to Saanich Seedy Saturday, once again the first Seedy Saturday in Canada, and once again held at the beautiful Gardens at HCP, 505 Quayle Rd Victoria, BC. Our speaker this year is seed saver extraordinaire Dan...

Calling all Urban Food Tourists!

Calling all Urban Food Tourists!

On Saturday September 7, from 10am to 4pm, why not take a self-guided tour of more than 13 inspiring urban food gardens in Victoria, Saanich, Oak Bay and Esquimalt? You'll have a chance to talk with home gardeners and expert gardener volunteers about year-round food...

Growing Food class: Info session Feb 27

Growing Food class: Info session Feb 27

The popular Growing Food class begins in April this year. Part of the Gaia College/Royal Roads University Diploma in Organic Land Care taught at Haliburton Farm, it teaches students how to grow healthy food plants, hands-on, following organic and permaculture...

Pruning Workshop March 2

Pruning Workshop March 2

Makoha Farm will be hosting a winter fruit tree pruning workshop at Haliburton Community Farm! This workshop will be led by certified arborists Laura Ralph and Ryan Senechal. Spanning 5 hours, participants will review tools and key pruning concepts before moving...

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