Posted by Alex on September 24, 2019

Julia Martin was a city girl through-and-through until she got her calling to country living and farm life in 2012. Starting out small, Julia eventually branded to Farmer Dell – raising sheep, chickens, and adopting permaculture farming. Now her farmstead flourishes. Take a look into life with Farmer Dell on Facebook or by following @FarmerDell!

Join the tour to learn about sheep and local fibre arts as well as permaculture at a farm scale! Earlier that day there will also be a Fall Harvest Sale where Julia will be selling lamb sausage, various cuts of lamb, eggs, garden produce, wool products, and more! Come out and pet the sheep, see the chickens and join us around the fire and enjoy this little piece of heaven. See you all there!

Date: Saturday, October 12 – 4:00 to 6:30 pm

Location: 72 51404 Range Road 264, Parkland, Alberta T7Y1E6 (~40 min SW of Edmonton).

Once at highway 60 and secondary highway 627, go west on 627 to RR265 and turn left. Go about 1 mile till the road only turns left. Don’t turn, but continue straight into our driveway. #72

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Cost: Free!

What to Bring: Please bring a dish to share (bonus points for local ingredients!), tools to eat with, and a chair or a blanket.

Questions? Contact Alex at centralalberta@youngagrarians.org



(10:00 – 4:00 – Fall Harvest Sale)

4:00 – 4:30 – Intro circle

4:30 – 5:30 – Farm tour

5:30 – 6:30 – Social potluck