Our small farm and forest in Nova Scotia follows its own path. We create unique, beautiful and practical kitchen, home and garden accessories and rustic furniture using wood we produce ourselves. We also offer hardwood and softwood live edge planks and custom sawing for your own projects. The products we create come from trees damaged by storms or beavers and from trees removed during thinning operations conducted to improve forest stands and diversity. Our beautiful and useful products foster a greater appreciation of the value of Nova Scotia woodlands while also sequestering carbon. As stewards of this forest, we follow practices designed to restore the Acadian Forest and create diverse habitat for native plants, birds and animals. We belong to the Acadian Forest Keepers, a forest management pool in Maritime Canada dedicated to the conservation and restoration of the native Acadian Forest.
We also make natural handmade cold process soaps from certified organic pure plant oils. Our soaps are a rich, luxurious but unfussy vegan product which arose from the need to protect and nourish our work- and sun- challenged skin. We utilize our own flowers and herbs to enhance the skin care qualities of our soaps.
Visit us in person on Saturdays at the Alderney Landing Farmers Market. In the Halifax area you will also find our products at Made in the Maritimes Artisan Boutique, Hydrostone Market in Halifax and Sunnyside Mall in Bedford, and at Hope for Wildlife in Seaforth. In northern Nova Scotia, you will find our products at Lismore Sheep Farm Wool Shop in River John and at the Earltown General Store in Earltown. You can also pick up products at our farm with prior order. We offer delivery of Garden Raised Beds and Grow Bag Containers in the Metro Halifax area on market days. Many of our products will soon be available in our online store. If you do not find what you are looking for, please contact us. We do requests!
Our goal is to produce useful and practical products in an environmentally sustainable manner from the resources available to us. We live and work simply with deep respect and awe of the ecosystem.