Regenerative farming. From our home to yours.
News and Upcoming Events
~ January 2019 ~
Happy New Year to everyone! We hope everyone enjoyed their holidays, and are having a great start to 2019.
We're very excited to announce that we've partnered with OTTO Food & Drink and FUGE at OTTO to host "Swine and Dine" on Thursday January 31st at 6pm. Dinner is $55 per person which include gratuity, tax and meal. Come and join for a delicious meal feature pork from our farm, meet us and the crew at OTTO.
We have pasture raised pork available in individual cuts as listed on our "Pork" page, bulk sales and pork boxes available as well.
We have pasture raised beef available in individual cuts as listed on our "Beef" page, bulk sales as well as beef boxes are available.
We still have some of our free range-pasture raised chicken available in individual cuts as well as whole - quantities are limited.
Where can you find us? We are at the Ottewell Artisan Farmers' Market at 7211 96a Avenue on Thursdays from 4-7pm every week starting January 10th.
We will be launching our 2019 CSA program (community support agriculture - veggie subscriptions) February 1st - will update our webpage as soon as we have the details all figured out - we will be making lots of improvements for 2019 - stay tuned!
~ EVENT DETAILS ~
We're very excited to announce that we've partnered with OTTO Food & Drink, FUGE at OTTO AND Passion for Pork to host "Swine and Dine" on Thursday January 31st at 6pm. Dinner is $55 per person which include gratuity, tax and meal. Join us to celebrate local food, family farming and Alberta pork!
SMOKED PORK CROSTINI
// Pink lady apple. Pomegranate. Arugula. Potato sourdough.
// Farro. Soffritto. Preserved lemon. Franciacorta.
CENA DELLA DOMENICA ('Sunday Dinner')
// Rapini & Crotonese salsiccia. Smoked tomato-pork sugo. Roasted parsnips. Hazelnut picada. Fresh bread.
// Gluten free fritters. Sanguinaccio dolce.
Thu, 31 January 2019
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM MST
OTTO Food & Drink
11405 95 Street
Edmonton, AB T5G 1L3
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.