Pamper a pony/horse; garden with a goat; chill with some chickens; hike our hilly terrain or engage in an experiment to learn more about our farming practices. Adults, children & families can be expected to learn more about our regenerative agriculture practices through a variety of hands-on activities & mini-projects illustrating many processes & procedures practiced on our farm. A market store featuring farm-fresh rainbow eggs and other unique, quality delights are also available for a fee.
Our programming and practices delve into the wonder and awe behind the art and science of farming. While our main initiative began with horse stabling and boarding, we quickly grew through an effort to improve the nutrient profile and natural grazing opportunities for our horses. This quest brought us to experimentation and then implementing of some mixed crop pastures. It is not uncommon for our horse pastures to feature vast displays of sunflowers. This is just one example of the many ways we strive to utilize nature to nurture the animals, people, plants, and soil at our farm. Everything at our farm works in unison, to create an engaging and lasting experience for all participants and inhabitants. We welcome people of all ages and abilities.
Farm Type: Horse Stable and Farm Operation/Production
Directions: From Yellowhead Trail/TransCanada Highway West: Turn off on to Highway 779 North. Continue north to SH 633 (turn off to Villeneuve/St. Albert - there is no SH 633 turnoff signage noted alone Highway 779 so look for the Villeneuve/St. Albert turn off signs. From St. Albert: Head West on SH 633, continue west around the Villeneuve traffic circle. Continue West just past RR 280. We are the first and second entrance just west of RR 280 with the red barn.
Join us in August when more than 100 farms, ranches, and ag-tourism operators open their gates and invite visitors to share in local stories, see on-farm demonstrations and purchase locally grown and produced products.