Edibles Farm

Local

Organic

Abundant

Fresh

Want to know where your vegetables are being grown? Trust us, believe us and allow us to grow your vegetables for you. We are a CERTIFIED ORGANIC, family friendly and an all round’ FUN farm.

About Edibles Farm

The fields that feed us-and you-are at the root of our passion for this business. Good, healthy soil is the base for growing organic vegetables and carrying out sustainable practices in the long run. We are certified organic, local, focused on community and proud of it all.

Edible Acres’ husband-and-wife farming team keep current on the effects of corporate and commercial farming and on issues related to the devaluing of food by society in general. Healthy food is a cornerstone of health, happiness and community well-being is their focus. They are natural teachers, easily sharing their contagious enthusiasm for farming with anyone interested, young or old, experienced or not.

  • Over 5 Acres of Certified Organic Farmland, in Windermere, BC
  • Growing over 55 varieties of healthy fruits and vegetables
  • Seasonal weekly CSA food box program

I LOVE the CSA and weekly fresh vegetables from Edible Acres. Having the vegetables on hand encourages me to use all of the healthy, organic ingredients in my family’s meals. I believe it is important to support our local farmers, Lin, Oliver and their team, as they work to provide the valley with excellent fresh organic vegetables and herbs (plus I have an excuse to stop in the cafe every week!). Joanna Wright

The Farmers

Oliver Egan completed a certificate in recreational leadership as well as three years of economics. His work experience has helped build his expertise in the field of horticulture, and he brings bottomless energy and an appetite for great food to Edible Farm.

Lin Egan holds a BSc in Global Resource Systems from the University of BC, where she focused on sustainable agriculture and food safety. Lin left UBC with a passion and drive to bring local and organic fruits and vegetables to her home community in the Columbia Valley.