To discover and propagate interesting and uncommon plant varieties and to trial new species for the Edmonton climate.
What makes this organization sustainable?
Interested in perennial plant productions. Specifically for producing plants.
Claudia Bolli of Wild Green Garden Consulting offers permaculture design with a focus on edible and natural landscapes, site consultations and workshops. Claudia is a nature lover, gardener and teacher. Her education includes a Diploma in Biological Sciences, a Permaculture Design Certificate, Organic Master Gardener and Master Naturalist training, and workshops and hands-on work with The Urban Farmer.
Apache Seeds is a Garden Centre in Edmonton, AB. We offer a variety of seed, tools, plants, pots, soils, decor, and bird feeders. We are open all year.
Kenton Zerbin is an inspirational speaker, teacher & consultant who empowers others to repair degraded landscapes, grow food and build community. A government teacher by training, Kenton specialty now is in facilitating a quality education as a professionally certified Permaculture teacher. He has spent several years studying, designing and teaching Permaculture across Australia, Canada, the U.S. and the Caribbean. He has designed multiple properties, started a Permaculture Research Institute in Barbados, and been a guest speaker for gardening groups, education conferences and Universities alike. Kenton now resides and teaches in central Alberta.
Michael Victoria Moore is a permaculture designer, painter, sculptor and community organizer. She is the owner of Genesis Permaculture, Landscaping and Regenerative Design, a permaculture design/consulting business operating in Alberta.
Michael conducts both rural and urban site development consultations throughout Alberta. As a teacher, she has facilitated numerous workshops and courses on rainwater harvesting, food forestry, micro-climates, soil microbiology, and regenerative living.
First Nations Community Development:
Introduction to Permaculture - John D'Or Prairie, a First Nations settlement within the John D'Or Prairie 215 Indian reserve in northern Alberta
Food Forest & Community garden design and implementation - Ermineskin Cree Nation, central Alberta.
Inner City Community Development City of Calgary:
Designer for the containR Permaculture Garden & Demonstration site, Sunnyside Calgary
President, Edmonton Permaculture Guild (Past)
President Permaculture Calgary Guild (Past)
Sustainability Consulting and landscape design.
Earth Legacy provides:
On-site consultations which will save you time and money!
Full landscape design services as well as complete installations of landscape projects.
Do it yourself guidance and project management. We can help you to create your own design or build your landscape. Our experience and expertise will ensure a successful completion and avoid costly mistakes.
Talks and workshops tailored to your needs.
The founder of Earth Legacy Inc. Arinna Grittani, is dedicated to saving the planet and has chosen the field of landscaping and permaculture as her way of making a difference. She has been in the landscaping field since 2002 and has completed the Landscape Architectural Technology diploma program at NAIT. She has completed a PDC in Mexico with Andrew Jones and Penny Livingston, and another in Edmonton with Ron Berezan and Javan Bernakevitch. She also has extensive knowledge of sustainable systems and technology and has connections to experts in these fields.
The Earth Legacy team has other very talented designers from the NAIT program as well as a PhD biologist and organic gardener with over 30 years’ experience.
Nature's design provides eco-friendly lawn clean up, permaculture design, and design installation services.
Sarah has over 24 years’ of experience in construction, specializing in Project Planning for the last eight. She also has a Permaculture Design Certificate and over four year’s experience growing organic produce on her urban lot. She is dedicated to educating others on how to live a healthier, more sustainable and compassionate lifestyle.
At Riverbend Gardens we start off our season when everyone else is still huddled up in sweaters and snow boots. We do crazy things like snow plow the fields to get a start on our crops, and we get bedding flowers… out of bed (!) and ready for you in the spring.
We keep growing and going to markets through to Thanksgiving, some all year long, but August marks that time of year when we hit the top of the mountain and enjoy the view!
About the CSA:
We partner with awesome local businesses who share our values and care about building Edmonton’s food economy.
These partners act as pick-up locations for your CSA bounty. Each Thursday you get to visit our friends closest to you and pick up the goods. The bonus here is you get an excuse to drop in on your local baker, butcher, deli, or cooking shop and fully complement your Riverbend Gardens veggies.
This model builds community. It grows incredible relationships and bolsters a network of food-loving people that want to improve how we think about food. This alleviates distribution pressures and allows us to stay in the fields, where farmers perform best.
Cooperation, Commitment, Passion and Respect. Let's Build a Local Food System for Your Family, Together!
We commit to growing beautiful food for families who commit to a monthly Meat Box or Farm Fresh Egg delivery and garlic.
We are not a grocery store. We are, however, committed to growing what we can in our climate for you in a way that is honourable, sustainable and humane. We are a small team of humans who value real food raised the slow and natural way that remains SOYA AND CORN free. The only way we can keep our prices affordable and grow our product with integrity is to know there is a family waiting to receive what we grow and taking delivery once a month. We raise a small number of poultry and hogs to be able to make you the packages that you want and the sausages that people have come to love, made by artisans that take pride in quality. Let's talk and make a plan for your family!
We have four sizes of monthly Egg Program memberships (12-month commitment) and three sizes of custom Meat Boxes. Choose only the things your family loves to eat.
We are the Doherty’s, we moved out to the Wildwood area in the spring of 2016, and established Stonepost Farms. Our vision for the farm was to have a farm that could support our family which is why Stonepost Farms carries such a diverse line of products. We share a passion for the outdoors, the ability to produce our own food in a natural and healthy fashion, and sustainability of the land. We hope to pass these values down to the next generation of farmers, which includes our kids.
Stonepost Farms’ mission is to farm ethically, to produce nutrient-dense food using ethical and regenerative farming practices that are both economically viable and sustainable for future generations.
As a small family farm and we pride ourselves in constantly striving to produce the best products possible while improving the land in the process. As small, producers, every dollar you spend has an impact. We want to provide you with quality products at a fair price that you can feel good about.
We focus on regenerative farming techniques, going beyond sustainability. Regenerative farming is a holistic approach to farming which allows us to better our land and the soils on which everything on the farm revolves around. Maintaining and increasing biodiversity across our farm is also critical, Our farm already has diverse populations of birds, bees and insects which benefit the farm as a whole and make a healthier landscape.
We continually seek new opportunities to learn and adopt new best management practices, techniques and technologies. This allows us to better operate our farm and return the land and environment to a more natural state.