Organic grows at Hildebrand Farms near Long Sault

May 11, 2016 at 10:42 am Leave a comment

skyeHoping to promote healthy eating to local communities was the driving force behind Bryan Hildebrand’s idea to start an organic farm.

Hildebrand Farms began in 2010 due to Hildebrand’s interest in organic farming. Hildebrand recruited his father, Len, for support and influence and the plan was put into motion. With the help of his dad and kids Jayde and Skye, the farm is in full swing.

Hildebrand Farms specializes in fruits, mainly black raspberry, blueberry, strawberry, plums, pears and cherries all over acres of rolling orchards. They also produce organic vegetables and nuts.

You can pick your own at Hildebrand, but if that isn’t for you, they are also a presence at the Long Sault Farmers’ Market and the Monkland Market.

Read Organic grows at Hildebrand Farms near Long Sault by Lois Ann Baker at The Standard-Freeholder.

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Entry filed under: Business, Food, Relocalization.

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