Visitors can come out and see a garlic farm right around harvest time.
The public can see the garlic field, the drying shed and see a variety of products that we make from our garlic.
Live blacksmithing demonstrations.
1 pm will be a tour of the garlic field
11 & 2 pm will be a tour of the blacksmith shop
Bring a blanket and have a picnic in the field.
Mini market of some other locally made products.
Bring a picnic blanket and enjoy
Please Do Not Bring Dogs!
We are known for our gourmet heirloom garlic and artisan food products.
We are also well known for our Blacksmithing classes.
Visitors will leave with an appreciation of how garlic grows in a northern climate and get a view into a working blacksmithing shop.
James has been mastering his craft of blacksmithing for over 25 years. Cheryl has been named the Garlic Queen and together they have created a unique dynamic duo and homesteading facility that offers people with the opportunity to expand their knowledge base about sustainable farming and craft.
Directions: From highway 762, you will turn East or left onto 290 Avenue W (Parkins Road)
Follow that to the T-intersection and turn South or right. Follow that, the road will bend to the left and go up a hill.
We are the first driveway on the left-hand side at the top of the hill.
We are 288100 Parkins Road
Join us in August when more than 80 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.