We decided to buy land. Not rent.

Land was the first thing that we decided we wanted to own when considering building our business. It is also the most expensive and sparsely available commodity in Yellowknife. Many have probably been asking why would they want to take on such a large expense during the onset of their new business? The answers is complex, one which we are

Getting Closer To Possession Date

I said as we started this journey and when we announced our plans that I wanted to chronically the steps we take. Well, there have been many steps to get us to just this point, which is barely the starting line, but I will get back to those one day soon. The idea is that these are short bursts of

Bush Order Update #1

Yellowknife Agriculture Farm

Writing our first update to you has been a difficult one to compose for multiple reasons. First, we aren’t in the rhythm of writing them yet, and the first one is always the hardest. Second, with the slow start to summer, we really don’t have much to report on the gardens, which is making us

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Building our High Tunnel and Hanging Tomatoes

Greenhouse in Yellowknife

To help extend the growing season and maximize our efficiency on our property this year we built a high tunnel.

A high tunnel, or sometimes called prop house or polytunnel, is a steel-framed structure over bare ground, or in our case raised beds, covered in clear poly.

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