Nestled on 80 acres in the Northumberland Hills near Belleville, Ontario. We are a working farm.
This historic farm was deeded to Empire Loyalists in 1802 and was owned and worked by one family running a large apiary producing honey from 1842 to 1987. We have owned the land since 2005.
We now raise a small number of meat chickens and own a large flock of egg laying hens. Our livestock is raised traditionally on non medicated feed and we maintain a high standard of hygiene and health. Our alpacas and pygmy goats are used therapeutically in our program.
Full programming for 8 – 10 guests at a time means flexible activities and participation choices. Experienced professional teachers and developmental service workers lead the guests into new learning and reinforce daily living skills.
Activities, & scheduling are determined by weather, interests and the needs of our guests.