We are a home-based business producing small-batch artisanal jams, jellies, pickles and other preserves, as well as packaged dry goods and other provisions. We grow as many of the key ingredients used in our products as we can in the greenhouses and gardens on our tiny acreage. By appointment only.
Firefly Meadows Farm is a small footprint micro farm tucked away amid the forest in Bouchie Lake. We have a strong philosophy of working with the land rather than against it. As our little farm grows, we will incorporate regenerative and holistic methods that are in balance with the land as it originally stood.
Many of our farm products incorporate forest foods and medicines as we honor the natural abundance that exists around us. With a strong background in Holistic & botanical medicine, our products are crafted with care, respect and as sustainably as possible.
Our flock of holistically raised chickens provide beautiful rainbow eggs which are available for purchase at the farm. Periodically we will also offer chicks and pullets from our flock along with seasonal vegetables from our garden.
Our artisanal Sourdough bread is also available for purchase weekly at the farm, at local markets and in town at The Den coffeeshop.
Firefly Meadows Farm is also currently offering herbal salves, teas and handmade leather goods.
Our farm plan is guided by traditional practices that follow our ancestors’ path in agriculture, believing in natural relationships that allow our livestock to graze freely on diverse forage systems. We are fortunate to have settled on over 100 acres of rich Cariboo forest and grassland where our bees and local pollinators can range on chemical-free flora; our pigs are free to root in a mixed forest/pasture setting and we raise our lamb out on pasture. Our poultry is free to forage in a secure forest garden designed specifically for their needs. We encourage others to take a real interest in where their food comes from and how it is raised. We also host seasonal ‘meet your farmer days’, but we are always available to talk about our animals, our bees, and our farming practices.
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