Production and Harvesting

Aklavik Community Greenhouse
Community greenhouse – in coordination with Inuvik Community Greenhouse  

Alpine Organic Bakery Yukon 
“Opened more than 30 years ago, the Alpine Bakery is one of the oldest food establishments in the Yukon. We are much more than a bakery offering artisanal bread and pastries. We also offer delicious fresh meal options, beverages, and homemade goods.” 

Anarchy Farms 
Farm that sells bedding plants, fruits/berries, herbs/seeds, shrubs and trees and vegetables

Arctic Farmer Nursery
Arctic Farmer is Yellowknife’s place for everything that grows, whether you’re looking for plants, flowers, trees, shrubs or fresh vegetables. We grow everything from seed or plug right inside our own greenhouse and can also beautifully landscape your home or business.

Arctic Fishery Alliance
100% Inuit owned and operated fish harvesting company- partnership consisting of four Nunavut communities and their respective Hunters and Trappers associations: Qikiqtarjuaq – Nattivak HTA, Grise Fiord – Iviq HTA, Arctic Bay – Ikajutit HTA and Resolute Bay – Resolute Bay HTA 

Baffin Fisheries Coalition
Largest commercial seafood harvesting company in Nunavut, 100% Inuit owned. Currently all processing and cold storage happens in NL and Greenland, website says it is exploring potential of establishing cold storage and future processing within Nunavut. 

Boreal Garden Centre 
Vegetables, herbs, flowers, shrubs and trees for sale. Workshops are offered.

Bullet Hole Bagels
Local bakery that has a small menu of fresh sandwiches. Bagels available for purchase in Wykes’ Independent Grocer. 

Castle Mountain Farm 
Farm produces pork and broiler chickens grown with Yukon Grain Farm feed; composts on the farm 

Cheechako’s Bakeshop 
“Opened in 2009 and has since been dedicated to providing customers with fresh-from-scratch baking and “home” cooking. Using quality Non-GMO ingredients in all of our products; we strongly believe in REAL- FOOD. Shopping within the Yukon and sourcing produce from local farmers has allowed us to reduce our footprint and support other Yukon based small businesses. Allowing us to deliver a fresher product to our customers with pride!”

Choice North Farms 
Private egg producing company in Hay River.

Cliffside Country Store and Greenhouse
Summer: Annuals, perennials, trees, and shrubs, fertilizers, pesticides, and garden decor are carried. Winter: house plants, house decor and other gifts are carried. Classes are offered on crafts, planting, and more by community experts. 

Community Greenhouse and Garden 
The garden and greenhouse provide a central place for local citizens to gather to grow healthy foods and share knowledge related to gardening. Extra healthy vegetables are distributed to local citizens and used in community meals and events. 

D. Bar Diamond Ranch
In addition to being a ranch, D Bar Diamond offers eggs, chicken, pigs, goats and beef sales. 

Downtown Urban Gardens Society
Community garden provides members access to a raised garden plot, gardening tools, garden shed, greenhouse, library and picnic tables. We support the Plant-a-Row program. Composts on-site. 

Dusty Trail Yukon 
A small farm that produces chickens and poultry products, pigs/pork, preserves/syrup, and turkeys.

Flat Creek Farms
Specializes in pig farming and producing pork products. 

Flat World Alpacas Farm
Flat World Alpacas is the NWT’s first Alpaca ranch. We also sell alpaca products, seasonal produce and farm supplies. Products and Services: Farming services, Sales of alpaca products, Agriculture, Feed. 

Fort McPherson Community Greenhouse 
Community greenhouse – in coordination with Inuvik Community Greenhouse 

Fox Ridge Farm 
Family run, produces chickens, eggs, pigs/pork, and other poultry products. 

Food First Newfoundland
Gardening Program
The program aims to increase accessibility to healthy, affordable produc

Gray’s Harvest 
Locally sourced and hand processed wild goods. 

Ecology North
Growing Together at Weledeh Catholic School
Children in grade 3 get out of the classroom to grow food. They learn all of the stages involved in gardening such as soil testing and preparation, and onwards to actually growing the food. This connects with their grade 3 curriculum. Children from other grades can join the Gardening Club and garden after school. z

Hay River Poultry Farms Ltd 
Poultry farm and egg grading for NWT.

Horse Haven Ranch
Farm produces beef, wild pork and offers other non-food products and services. 

Inuvialuit Country Foods Processing Plant Program
A project developed by Brian Wade Director of ICEDO with support from the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation, now run by 5 local beneficiaries. Since 2009 two meat processing courses have taken place. Students learned to process Reindeer, moose, musk ox, beaver, fish, whale, muktuk, birds, and local berries. Students gained the experience and certificates needed to successfully run the day-to-day operations at the Country Foods Plant.

Inuvik Community Greenhouse
Provides food-related services to the community such as cooking circles and food demonstration on a weekly basis, and provides access to the Canadian Prenatal Nutrition Program for mothers. The Community Education Initiative aims to teach community members how to access healthy food, and how to prepare and eat healthy meals.

Inuvik Hunters and Trappers Committee
Hunter Association that coordinates variety of community harvesting activities: community hunts, funding to local harvesters with costs. Working with ICEDO for the wild game/Country Foods Processing Program.

James Bay Eeyou School (JBES Greenhouse Program)
Community school program meant for educating youth and other members of the community in developing skills in greenhouse operations.

Mildred Hall Garden
The garden is an inter-generational garden with children, teachers and older community members participating. The garden has grown from 7 plots when it first started to 19 plots. A wide variety of vegetables are grown.

Northern Blue Bird Farm
Poultry products and pigs – available by order in the spring. Locally grown feed and fresh garden greens are fed to animals. Has on-farm compost.

Okpik Arctic Village – Tundra North Tour
Tundra North Tours is “an Inuvialuit tourism company devoted to providing an #AuthenticArcticExperiences”. Okpik Arctic Villiage is a small community that uses land resources to sustainably ensure food security through hunting, foraging and a greenhouse.

Olokhaktomiut Hunters and Trappers Committee
As part of programming there is fruit, milk, bread, eggs, oatmeal, juice and coffee available for all residents. Residents are encouraged to consume a variety of healthy foods. Dinners are prepared three days a week with residents, and everyone is encouraged to share in these congregate healthy meals.

Paulatuk Qungulliq Garden Society
“Community interest and involvement in gardening continues to flourish and as a result, the Qungulliq Garden Society of Paulatuk formalized their organization as a Registered Society on March 15, 2017.” In coordination with the Inuvik Community Greenhouse

Pelly River Ranch
Ranch produces market vegetables, beef and poultry products. Produce is sold in Pelly, Carmacks, Dawson and Whitehorse. Composting is done on the farm.

Polar Egg
Aims to provide local residents with food that comes from local farms.

Sachs Harbour Hunters and Trappers Committee
Each community in the ISR has its own Hunters and Trappers Committee (HTCs). This group is responsible for certain harvesting rights and management functions as outlined in the IFA. Working with ICEDO for the wild game/Country Foods Processing Program.

Sage North Seeds
Sells native, acclimatized, heirloom, vegetable, flower, herb, and shrub seeds. We follow organic practises and are always interested in trading or buying different seeds. Available at Fireweed Community Market Yukon Made Store.

Sunnyside Farm
Farm offers eggs, poultry, vegetables, and herbs.

The Farm Gate
“The Farm Gate operates a poultry processing facility. Their poultry products are for sale at the Fireweed Community Market and Bigway in Copper Ridge. The Farm Gate raises chickens, turkeys, ducks and pigs. They occasionally have vegetables and berries available for sale.”

The Village Bakery & Deli 
“At the Village Bakery we strive to provide genuine home cooked meals as well as fresh baked goods to all who pass through our small Yukon town. Our vision is to operate in a sustainable manner, to reduce and eliminate waste whenever possible, and to instill our appreciation of our environment to our visitors.” This is a seasonal business.

Tr’ondek Hwech’in Teaching and Working Farm
To benefit from educational and research capabilities, TH government partnered with Yukon College in 2016/17. Approx. 20 TH citizens are employed as farm workers during the growing season. This year-round farm produces a food for TH citizens and other community members including vegetables, pork, chicken, fruit and berries. The farm sets up a weekly produce market in the summer. It plans to be self-sustaining by 2019.

Tsiigehtchic Community Greenhouse
Community greenhouse – in coordination with Inuvik Community Greenhouse

Tuktoyaktuk Hunters and Trappers Committee
Each community in the ISR has its own Hunters and Trappers Committee (HTCs). This group is responsible for certain harvesting rights and management functions as outlined in the IFA. Working with ICEDO for the wild game/Country Foods Processing Program.

Uksivik Bakery
A local bakery in Hopedale Newfoundland and Labrador

Wheaton River Gardens
Farm produces poultry and waterfowl products, vegetables and artwork/jewellery. Sold at Fireweed Community Market, Lorne Mountain Market. Education programs on growing food, fibre, weaving and more are hosted here. Composting is done on the farm.

Yukon Berry Farms
Certified Organic (PACS#16-701) Haskap berries and plants.

Yukon Gardens
Yukon Gardens sells greenhouse vegetables in the store and through local retailers