Our home in Ainslie is on a ¼ acre block. When we moved here in 2008 there were only 2 trees on the block - a cherry plum and sour cherry tree in the back corner. We have planted about 40 fruit trees, made vegie beds and made a home here for our chickens and 2 beehives. Over time our children started calling it “The Farm” which has now become Ainslie Urban Farm.


I started growing microgreens in 2013 for the restaurant at Merici College where I

teach sustainability and run the Kitchen Garden. Microgreen production expanded so in

2016 I decided to move the business to our home in Ainslie. My husband, Michael Wilson and I built a greenhouse on our block, and it is here that we now grow seasonal microgreens and distribute them to local restaurants.

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