Creekside Hothouse owners Ravi and Gurinder Cheema share how they grow great-tasting tomatoes and why it’s important to share the food story with consumers.
Hometown-proud Julie Milne of Campbellford, Ont., knows what she wants to do after graduation: help people understand the facts and science behind modern agriculture.
Jeff Vanhie always knew he wanted to farm, and this early commitment has well-positioned him and his wife Sara for future opportunities. They share advice for other young farmers who want to do the same.
Some farm families took a chance moving to another part of Canada to start fresh; despite challenges, their new operations are thriving.
John and Katy Ehrlich share lessons they've learned in biodynamic farming, how working with community increased production and how they’re passing their work ethic on through mentorship.
Greg Moore visits the Lindenbach family and learns about their dairy operation and how they make working together, work for them.
Agriculture up-and-comer Gerritt Pastink’s passion for machinery and the family farm is gearing him towards a bright future in agriculture.
Successful farms don’t rest on their laurels. They forge ahead with new and exciting ventures.
More barley production, hop farms and new malting facilities – all the result of craft beer enterprises that emphasize local ingredients..
The Berthiaume family have developed a business structure with more than a dozen enterprises. The key to their success story? Effective communication and an open spirit.