We grow organic berries, vegetables, and eggs for our Harvest Box CSA, farm stand and farmers markets.
Located in the Shuswap River Valley of the North Okanagan, overlooking the stunning Enderby Cliffs, Enderberry Farm is 21 acres of rolling hills and forest.
Enderberry Farm is a new organic farm. We grow over 40 varieties of vegetables, fruits, and herbs, and tend a flock of heritage pasture raised laying hens and a small herd of Alpine dairy goats.
Our passion is growing delicious berries and vegetables, and preserving the seasons in artisan jams and pickles.
Our chickens and goats live long and happy lives making mischief in our rolling pastures and forest. Our commitment is to grow healthy fresh food for our community that also supports the health of our animals and the environment. Enderberry Farm is our home, and we hope to share the bounty of this land with you.
Mixed Vegetables - over 40 varieties!
Berries & Tree Fruit - strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blue berries, apples, plums, and more!
Eggs - heritage hens pasture raised & fed non-GMO local grain. Blue, green, white, and brown eggs available - golden yolks!
64 Springbend Road
FARM STAND Hours
Call, text or email to make an appointment for winter EGG sales ($5/dz). 250-804-3822
Emily runs the market garden at Enderberry Farm, and you'll find her at your Harvest Box pick up location and weekly farmers markets. The tasty Enderberry Farm preserves are created in Emily's kitchen. She grew up on Bowen Island, BC, studied environmental science at university, and spent nearly ten years working on food security and urban agriculture projects in the Lower Mainland. She is loving her new home in the North Okanagan. Along with growing veggies, she tends to the chicken flock and her small herd of Alpine goats. When she's not farming, you'll find her playing with her border collie, going for walks with her husband Owen, or cross country skiing at Larch Hills.
Brittany and her partner Gavin are establishing and growing the berry patch and orchard at Enderberry Farm, as well as tending to our flock of chickens. You'll find Britt at the farm stand this year or in the berry patch and helping with the CSA. With her will be the newest member to team enderberry, who is expected to arrive in late winter/ early spring. Brittany is a horticulturist and also an ISA certified arborist. She loves the outdoors and when she's not working on the farm she is enjoying being a new mom and taking adventures with her little family camping, swimming and hiking in beautiful British Columbia.
Owen is an Irish-born recovered lawyer from Ireland. He practised as a criminal prosecutor in Dublin before re-training in Global Climate Change Law. He found his way to Vancouver where he worked in environmental law, and then in full-scale public environmental advocacy with a focus on avoiding climate chaos. Marrying a farmer wife (Emily) led to relocation and discovery of a love for the creation of organic foods. He is giddy as a goat to be building a kick-ass farming business.
Where to buy
You can buy our products at:
Our Farm Stand
Farm Stand is closed for the season. Check back here in Spring 2017 for open hours.
You can still buy eggs this winter! Just call or text us at 250-804-3822 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our veggies are frozen solid or under snow! Our market season is over. See you next year!
Harvest Box CSA
Subscribe to the 2017 Harvest Box to bring home the best of the season and local produce each week.