With spring approaching fast, our outside crews have been busy as bees. In the garden, everybody is looking forward to seeing a much needed, brand new perimeter fence being raised within the next weeks and to re-skinning our both of our greenhouses. Both of these projects have been made possible by generous donations – Sarah
Well it is official, our families and the Companions moved into the new Farmhouse in time for Christmas 2020, it was our own little Christmas miracle on the farm. Three months later, after all the unpacking is done and everyone has had a chance to settle in, I took a walk over to the new
As we return to Autumn rhythms our Companions and Coworkers are eager to resume workshops that don’t run over the Summer months. Our Day Program workshops produce the unique, hand crafted products that we sell to the Cowichan Community and beyond. Our garden is having a bountiful year, producing bumper crops of vegetables; which we
with Katrin Batje The need of a farmhouse became more urgent about four years ago when we wanted to give the farm a new push into the future and make one of the essential parts of our community again. Just when we started to give the house a plan and vision our farmer left us.
Summer is upon us at Glenora Farm! Martha shares about the renewed emphasis on “The Simple Life”, we catch up with Annika Lechler and Kate shares about some of the wonderful happenings with the animals. To subscribe to our email list, locate the subscription box on our home page, or send us a message and we can
with Kate Sowiak There is a lot of new life in springtime on Glenora Farm. For lambing this year we had 2 sets of triplets, 9 sets of twins, and one single, 25 all together. A few coworkers got to witness a late night lambing and learn some animal husbandry. Lale would like to be
The Glenora Farm weaving team currently consists of 6 companions, 3 coworkers and 4 day volunteers. Every one of our two dozen different products is handmade and one of a kind. No step in the weaving process is motorized, from winding the bobbins to beating the weft into place. (We do however use a sewing