Pearson’s Berry Farm


saskatoon berries

“Welcome to Pearson ‘s Berry Farm. We are a family owned and operated Saskatoon Berry Farm situated in the peaceful parkland setting of the Red Deer River valley. Only 90 minutes from Calgary and 40 minutes from Red Deer our farm is a great place to visit. We are open from May 15 to October 1, Tuesday to Sunday (and holiday Mondays) 9 am to sundown.

We serve our customers at the local summer farmers markets in central Alberta – including the Red Deer Farmer’s Market. We are also at the Innisfail Farmer’s Market, and the markets in Lacombe, Sundre, Olds, and Airdrie.

We are year round at the Crossroads market in Calgary. We also have a booth at the Kingsland and Bearspaw Farmers Market in Calgary.

Pearson’s Berry Farm has the best Pies in Alberta and we produce our World Famous ButterTarts. We also have a line of Cider’s (including Saskatoon Berry Cider) and lemonades. We offer our customer the unique taste of Gordo’s Spices and Sauces that allow any BBQ to be a feast for the senses.”

The Urban Farmer


The Urban Farmer offers a range of products and services aimed at helping home owners, community groups and others to create natural, sustainable, low-maintenance, and edible landscapes.
* Landscape Design
* Landscape Construction
* Organic Landscape Maintenance
* Consulting Services
* Workshops and Courses
* Trees, Shrubs, Vines and Bedding Plants
* Compost
* Brewed Composted Tea
* Rainwater Harvesters

Alberta, Edmonton

Saskaberry Ranch


berries, vegetables

Farm Fresh Raspberries, Saskatoons, Strawberries & Vegetables
Welcome to the Saskaberry Ranch. Y’all come on in and see what’s happenin’ at the ranch. This here site will tell you everything you need to know – what we grow, what’s available right now, how to get here, and we’ll even give you some ideas of what do do with all that delicious fruit.
· U-pick or We-pick
· Fun for the Whole Family
· Beautifully Situated on Alberta’s Cowboy Trail
· Picnic Area

If there’s anything you can’t find here, send us an email –
· Calgary & Central Alberta’s Locavore Destination

Idlewild Ranch

Silver Valley

“Idlewild Ranch is a Buffalo Ranch with 170 Plains Buffalo cows. We have a cow calf operation on 2000 acres of mostly tame pasture. In spite of our northern latitude (56 degrees north) our Buffalo cows graze 9 to 10 months each year and are fed the remaining time, usually February and March. We feed our calves and yearlings from October to May.”

Approved Farmers’ Market Directory


Alberta, Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market Directory
“New in 2007, our directory is now an interactive map that shows all the markets in the province or select a region to get a closer look at the markets in that area. Click on a pin and you will see information about that market, including location, dates and times.”

The Waste Reduction Store

“The Waste Reduction Store is a store for businesses and organizations run by people who want to change the world. We are a western Canadian, independently owned, woman run business.
We specialize in the sale of food containers made from plants. Our food containers are free of BPA (Bisphenol-A) as they are not made from a petroleum derived resin. Most number 7 plastics are derived from petroleum, a substance we believe humans should not use to create products in contact with our food. It is a non-renewable resource; it is not recognized by nature in a plastic or polystyrene form; it requires additional energy to recycle plastics; most plastics are not recycled and are used only a few times before they sit in landfills or pollute our world.
At the end of their life cycle our products are fully compostable. This means our containers can be turned into dirt within 180 days at a composting facility! Compost is an amazing alternative to petroleum derived fertilizers which contain chemicals. We can no longer depend on landfills to bury our problems and non-renewable resources to create disposable products. Our two warehouses are located in Calgary and Winnipeg, Canada.
We distribute across Canada from Whitehorse all the way to St-John’s Newfoundland!”