It's All About Health, Happiness and Community
Meet Your Farmers
The Firmly Rooted Story
A Purposeful Life
Everdale Organic Farm and Learning Centre
Firmly Rooted Begins
First Farmers Market
Growing and Growing
The Search for the Farm
Focus on Soil and Biodiversity Planting
Health, Happiness and Community
Here is the message they shared with their customers and community: "Brian and I are devastated, and in mourning. We are heartbroken over the potential damage to our business and our certification, and we feel sick because we promised all of you that we would grow healthy certified organic vegetables for your bodies and your families. We are also deeply sad about any damage there may have been to the ecosystem of our farm. Of all of the challenges we’ve faced over the years this is taking the biggest toll."
Despite this setback, Firmly Rooted continues to operate using small scale, sustainable farming practices. Brian, Tamara and the team are committed to producing high, quality food that nourishes Huron County and that is grown with love.
Dreams and the Future
Nourish Your Body
All our veggies are high-quality organic and grown using sustainable practices.
Super Fresh Veggies
Local, super-fresh, and quality foods. You'll want to eat your veggies.
It’s an honour to farm for our community. We love sharing our excitement for eating.
Small Scale Farming
We grow in a way that builds environmental quality. We’re small, on purpose.
High-quality services and organic products
Who knew eating your veggies could be so fun?
Markets and Retailers
Find us at the Bayfield and Goderich Farmers Markets, May-October and at a retailer near you.
Order your veggies online, for farm pickup or local delivery to designated pickup points.
Firmly Rooted Farm Share
Join our Farm Share program, available April - December. Join over 200 local families who eat well with us!
Give your garden the best start with our organic seedlings.
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