Quality food from Quality Soil

The Kam Valley unveils its storied past, initiated into cultivation during the rugged mid-1800s by resilient Scandinavian homesteaders. Armed with nothing but meager supplies and an indomitable spirit, they embarked on a journey in the captivating yet unforgiving Northern Ontario frontier. These pioneers, true subsistence farmers, coaxed the red clay into bountiful harvests through their unyielding labor, devoid of artificial fertilizers and harmful insecticides. Consequently, this pristine land stands untouched by the pollutants that have marred the soils of commercial-scale farming in the southern and western reaches of Canada.