Enjoy touring our flower field and soy candle/floral workshop and learning about the local floral industry in Alberta. U-pick flowers and floral arrangements will be available for purchase. We will have our small, in-studio, market store showcasing our artisan products and other Alberta makers open. Child friendly activities (free of charge) include face painting, floral life cycle educational activities, and a mini mason jar floral arranging station.
Little Farm on Wall Street was established in 2020 with a focus on creating mason jar soy candles and growing sustainable local florals. The small 80 acre family farm of Ryan and Brittany Krook and their three children is located in eastern Clearwater County. Little Farm is a permanent vendor in the Gasoline Alley Indoor Farmer's Market in Red Deer AB and provides handmade and homegrown goods on a weekly basis. All of our seasonal florals are grown in our two acre growing space and all of our candles are poured in our 1400 sq ft creative studio.
Come and learn about healthy beef production in near Bergen in the Alberta foothills. You will arrive at the ranch and see the machinery barn, winter feeding equipment and calving area first. See our horses and maybe go for a ride. Next, join us in our Side by Side and tour the ranch; see the natural water course, meet some of the herd, learn about our antibiotic and hormone free beef raised on natural, uncultivated grasslands, between the tall aspens. Finally visit the meat shop.
We do not use any drugs on the beef sold in our beef store. Animals that get sick and need drugs go to the local market and end up in the grocery store. We can deliver your beef to your home. Select any cuts you prefer and we'll box it up and drop it off. Subscribe to our 'Specialty Boxes' - we put seasonal boxes on sale several times a year, just in time for summer BBQs, back to school quick meals, and holiday celebrations. Come visit the ranch and pick up your beef. Maybe go for a hike, look for wild flowers and bear scratches on the trees. In spring, come and pet the calves and the foals.
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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.