What's Happening on Our Farm:

What Happened

As many of you are aware, there is a major devastation on our farm and throughout all of the Okanagan valley with stone fruit. Over the winter we experienced a cold snap of temperatures ranging from approximately -27 to -30 degrees celcius (depending on the area). The severe temperatures had a significant effect on the stone fruits such as peaches, nectarines, apricots and certain plums.

Our parents Helena and Alvin have been farming for over 40 years and have never experienced such a sad summer like this one. The video above shows our mom, Helena, explaining how this year's weather conditions have impacted our farm, specifically our stone fruits.

Our Fruit

With that being said, and as a result of the cold snap, we can’t find a single one of these specific stone fruits on our farm.

However, we are extremely grateful to share that we are still expecting to have a nice crop of cherries, pears, apples, prune plums and table grapes to look forward to this summer.

What We're Doing

With all of this being said, our integrity is still one of our core values, and supporting Canadian farmers is how we will come together and survive a year like this. We have found very like minded farmers in the Niagara region of Ontario that will supply us with gold plums, peaches and nectarines to get us through the summer.
Please ask where the product is coming from before you buy.

As farmers, this is our life, our income and our passion. We appreciate all the support we’ve received now and to come in the future.

“Know your farmer, know your food”

Product updates will be available on our website as the season progresses.

Our Products