Regenerative farming. From our home to yours.
News and Upcoming Events
~ September 2018 ~
Cooler nights, frost warnings and kids are back to school...fall is around the corner!
We're now in harvest mode! We will soon have tomatoes, cabbage, beets, kohlrabi, potatoes and much more!
We will have a new batch of pastured/free range chicken available (which includes whole birds and individual cuts!) on September 10th.
Just in time for thanksgiving (we will have a Christmas batch too), we will have free range turkey available! We only have a limited quantity available, so pre-order yours by contacting us.
Pasture raised pork is still available and we will be processing more in October - individual cuts, pork boxes and bulk (half and full) available.
We will be processing our next batch of pasture raised beef in November - we will have individual cuts, beef boxes, as well bulk (quarter, half and full) available. We currently still have ground beef available.
Where can you find us? We're wrapping up our outdoor market season on 124 street and 108 ave in Edmonton - Thursdays from 4-8, last market will be October 4th. We are still working on details for our winter location and will post once it has been determined!
We are the Doherty's, we moved out to the Wildwood area in the spring of 2016, and established Stonepost Farms.
John comes from southern Alberta, where he was raised on a small family farm which included raising beef, pork and chickens in addition to growing produce for family consumption. John has a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science, and has extensive experience in the agriculture industry. Becky comes from southeastern B.C., where she was raised in a small rural community and was heavily involved in the family trail riding business. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in geography and GIS. 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.
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. We continually seek new opportunities to learn and adopt new best management practices, techniques and technologies. This allow us to better operate our farm and return the land and environment to a more natural state.