Poplar Bluff Organics

Join us from 10 – 4 on August 14 & 15, 260006 Twp. Road 224, Wheatland County, near Carseland.

Poplar Bluff Open Farm Days – Carrots by Cam Farmyard location.

Come prepared for fun!

Come prepared for fun! For $2 you can relax & ride the wagon out to the fields for a crop tour, or if you prefer just take the walking tour for free.

Purchase a bag to fill with produce. $5.00 each. The tour will be narrated by Cam, the farmer who grows the carrots, beets & parsnips. Sample a fresh from the soil, carrot or beet. See & experience what fresh really tastes like. 

  • There will be a Bale slide that will offer the kids a safe place to work off some energy.
  • Face Painter Angela Hitch will be there & is always a special treat for the kids. Cost $5 /each.
  • Inner Equine Journeys, a local horse riding business is coming again this year. Pony rides for the kids (paid activity)
  • Shope from the talented local bakers & artisans on site to share their delicious & beautiful pieces of work. 
  • Poplar Bluff will have extra bags of vegetables available for sale as well. Take home something as a special remembrance of your outing in the country. 

Food Truck, Souper Spudz will be at our location to stave off the hunger pains. Other snacks like, Hot Dogs, Ice Cream, Popcorn & Water available as well (additional cost)

Things to bring with you:

  • Cooler to keep your produce, food purchases in so they stay fresh.
  • Cash for shopping
  • Bug Spray
  • Coat & Hat – Weather is unpredictable, expect anything. This is Alberta, anything can happen.
  • Wear comfortable clothes and shoes, you don’t have to be fancy when visiting the farm.

We look forward to visiting with our neighbors, friends, customers and all those new to this experience. Come & see where the food you enjoy is actually grown and learn how & why these farmers put their heart & soul into this operation on a daily basis. See you in August.


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.

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