Tag Archives: Michelle Tsutsumi

SEPTEMBER 12: Golden Ears Farm Annual Corn Roast, Chase, BC

Posted by Kristen Nammour on August 31, 2015

Golden Ears Farm Corn Roast

Join YA for a Farm Tour, Corn Roast & Potluck at Golden Ears Farm in Chase, BC! This is an annual event at Golden Ears Farm  – a family farm tradition for over 30 years! Starting last year, we have opened it up to include a YA Farm Tour and Potluck. The farm tour will start by exploring the market garden and carry on to showcase the various animals that we tend. The potluck will start around 6ish with Golden Ears supplying the spit roasted pig ($5 contribution to cover this cost, please) and corn on the cob. Yum! Variety show and … Continue reading SEPTEMBER 12: Golden Ears Farm Annual Corn Roast, Chase, BC

Business Mentorship Network – Golden Ears Farm

Posted by Kristen Nammour on February 18, 2015 1 Comment

Golden Ears Farm Chase BC Young Agrarians Potluck & Farm Tour

Names? Tristan Cavers, Michelle Tsutsumi, Kelsey Snelgrove, Paul Matheson, Annelise Grube-Cavers Where do you farm? Chase, BC What do you farm? Mixed vegetables from A to Z, with the historical staple crops being sweet corn and strawberries. We also raise animals for our own meat and dairy needs, in addition to selling eggs and pork. What type of business structure is your farm? It has been an informal co-operative for several years in terms of the operations of the business. Technically speaking, it is a sole proprietorship and we are aiming to clarify how to formalize the co-operative over this mentorship … Continue reading Business Mentorship Network – Golden Ears Farm

Seeds of Synchronicity – Young Agrarians South Interior

Posted by admin on October 02, 2013

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Article reposted from the BC Organic Growers Magazine Summer 2013! By Michelle Tsutsumi On a mild, hazy day in September, a young couple keen to leave their professional jobs to become homesteaders dropped by Pilgrims’ Produce Organic Farm just outside of Armstrong for a tour. Living five minutes up the highway on rented land, Chris and Maxine Andruik’s enthusiasm for raising chickens, growing good food, and dabbling in hops was a breath of refreshed energy at the tapering end of a busy season. It wasn’t until a month later, when Chris and Maxine invited the Pilgrims’ Farm crew to their … Continue reading Seeds of Synchronicity – Young Agrarians South Interior