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Nourish your body and soul with our sustainably grown vegetables.

We focus our efforts on sourcing quality seed, information, sustainable growing practices and technology to ensure high quality vegetables for you and your family.

Plant seedling just emerging from the soil.

QUALITY SEED

Quality seed is essential for even and uniform germination.

Another advantage of using seed from a reputable suppliers is the amount of testing that is performed on their seed. Tests range from seed vigour to seedborne diseases. All of this information is tracked by lot so if there is ever any concern the seed can be traced.

Cherry tomato in our vegetable greenhouse.  We use drip irrigation to help grow sustainability.
Gardens and Greenhouse at Maple Park Farm
Harvesting radishes in the garden.

Growing Sustainably

In our greenhouses we have implemented technology to help us grow more sustainably. This includes under bench heating, drip irrigation as well as computer controlled heating and ventilation.

We also scout our greenhouse and garden crops regularly and use beneficial insects as part of our pest management program.

We do not use chemicals as a way to control pest pressure.

All these steps are to ensure a healthy, chemical free plant for you and your family to enjoy.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Recycling

In an effort to reduce waste, we incorporate the following practices:

- after the vegetable season the vegetable grow bags are spread and incorporated into our outdoor gardens to impove soil organic matter

- vegetable plant materials are composted and applied to our outdoor gardens

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Professional Associations

We believe in life long learning and surrounding yourself with like minded people. The other members and advisors a wealth of knowledge and inspiration. We are proud to be a member of the Alberta Farm Fresh Producers Association.

“A GARDEN FEEDS MORE THAN THE TABLE, IT FEEDS THE SOUL"

– Unknown