Member Since: March 2023



  • Looking for a farm in:
  • British Columbia
  • Number of years farming:
  • 10+ years
  • Farming experience
  • I grew up on a farm in Canada
  • I have practical farming experience (including work as a farm intern or employee)
  • I am, or have been, a farm business owner
  • Other experience
  • Agricultural products:
  • Flowers
  • Fruit/berries/grapes
  • Herbs
  • Seeds, seedlings or nursery stock
  • Vegetables
  • Other products
  • Planned marketing strategies:
  • Land needed:
  • 1 acre or less
  • 2-5 acres
  • 5-10 acres
  • Facilities and equipment:
  • Housing
  • Agricultural machinery
  • Other facilities
  • Planned farming practices:


Born and bred farm girl looking to relocate to West coast. My family comprises of myself, partner, and 2 adult children in their 20's wanting to continue farming lifestyle. The oldest already has an established place to live, and the younger will be working overseas for a few years; but their ultimate goal is to live permanently on a rural property. Our overall plan is to lay the groundwork and establish a viable enterprise within the next 2 - 5 years, and then have the children take over while we assume a lesser role. My parents and my grandfather farmed and gardened into their 80's and 90's, and as long as I am healthy and able, I intend to do the same. I own an acreage in Ontario, and have successfully cultivated raspberry bushes, a great variety of vegetables, and herb and wildflower gardens. My current property is in a much desired area in a popular and growing tourist town less than 2 hours from the GTA; but I am not selling until I have found the right match with potential long term co-op arrangements. My partner is a skilled building contractor and will continue with this, but they are willing to commit full time to a farming/land related enterprise by September of 2024, when their current work contracts will end. I do not have a specific criteria, and am willing to tailor my abilities to suit the owners' needs and preferences. I find I need to live in a place for at least one growing season, and up to a year, to determine what might work best to continue or expand on operations. We are very innovative, and are continually generating new ideas that are often ahead of current trends or demands. We have owned and operated several businesses, including farm and vineyard management.