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Summer bounty is reflected in our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) boxes that we offer our local customers.
Summer is a time of plenty. Everything is green, lush and growing. Picking for market and our CSA program is very satisfying work.
It takes a lot of people and a lot of hard work to keep our gardens looking this great. Thank you to all of our Interns, WWOOFer's and farm helpers
The cows enjoy spending long hot summer days out in the fields with the long grass chewing their cud and trying to stay cool.
Summertime means mulching and mulching and more mulching. Everything in the garden gets mulched to help cut down on the weeds.
Summer calves are a real treat as they flourish on rich mother's milk, fresh air, sunshine and lush green grasses.
Summer garlic harvest is a big job and requires many helping hands. Pot luck meals, music and laughter makes the task of harvest, cleaning and hanging go quickly. Everyone loves garlic!


The Weather Network

News & Events
March 6, 2017
By Karen Davis-Brown Originally published in the Winter 2011 issue of Biodynamics.
December 22, 2016
by Hugh Lovel | Dec 22, 2016  How certain notions arise and become entrenched is a bit
October 10, 2016
Long story short: Biodynamic is the new organic, and you need to get behind it, like,


Farmers always have something they want to sell. From livestock to farm equipment, hay, manure, to a wide range of interesting items.  

Click on the photo to see what Aric has for sale right now.


View our "For Sale" page



2018 Interns and Field Manager Wanted

Earth Haven Farm is looking for full-time and seasonal interns for the 2018 growing season from April through November.

This is a great learning experience for a single person or a couple.  Accommodations and meals will be provided.  You will get the full farm learning experience by working the entire season.

For more details on this position or other opportunities at Earth Haven Farm including WWOOFing and seasonal helpers CLICK HERE or contact Aric.

Educational Programs

Earth Haven Farm is proud to announce the completion of the Earth Haven Learning Centre Inc.  

This is a new building that has been constructed here at Earth Haven Farm that will allow us to process fruits and vegetables from the fields, ready for farmers markets, CSA programs and to be canned or frozen.  

This building is also the home of our new learning centre which will allow us to present educational workshops, guest speakers as well as being a physical home for our on-line book store offerings.

Visit Earth Haven Learning Centre website, sign up for the newsletter, or visit us on facebook.

Grass Fed Beef 

Earth Haven Farm takes pride in raising 100% grass fed and grass finished beef.  Our small herd of purebred Scottish Highland Cattle are ethically and naturally raised on pasture year round.  We do not butcher often, but when we do our meat is in high demand. 

No GMO, No Hormones, No Antibiotics

Contact  Aric for pricing and availability (613-478-3876)

Why Do Cows Have Horns?

The answer to this question is found in the pages of our blog [In The News] plus many other informative articles by experts in the field of biodynamics, organics, permaculture, indigenous practices and more.  

A True Story from the Farm

Aric Aguonie has just published a wonderful children's story book which is based on a true event that happened here at Earth Haven Farm one winter day, between him and one of his Scottish Highland Cows.  

This 32 page storybook has been beautifully illustrated by the talented mural artist, Maureen Walton from Marysville, Ontario.


Drop by Evergreen Brickworks market in Toronto on Saturday mornings and meet Aric personally for an autographed copy.  

Kathryn (Aric's Mom) will have books available at The Village Market in Richmond Hill on Saturday mornings. 

The book is available to purchase through  Earth Haven Learning Centre, directly from Earth Haven Farm, or by contacting us at

Here is the link to the CBC Radio 1 podcast with Aric about his book with Wei Chen the morning show on January 3, 2017