Russell and Jennifer Dyson, our summer help and various critters make up Coleman Meadows Farm. We help the bees, worms, and soil to grow delicious products -- we also hold festivals and special events to celebrate the summer bounty. Keep posted to this site for on farm and Island agricultural events.
 
bullet Recipes
bullet The Farm
bullet The Garden
bullet The Forest and Trails
bullet The Somass Estuary

 

path through the garden

All products are organically grown right here and sold at our farm market

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Blueberries  we-pick and u-pick fresh or frozen

The edge of the garden in July

 

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Education - farm and forest tours

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Pruning seminars, organic farming consultation and special  events

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Fresh organic garlic scrapes in season and of our hardnecked Coleman Garlic

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Fresh cut flowers; we do amazing fresh bouquets, orders and  arrangements for any special occasion

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Lavender, bouquets and teas

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Beef -- our very own - naturally raised

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Plenty of vegetables, herbs, squash, heritage beans -- in season.

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Market is open only seasonally so please phone ahead!

 

 

House and barn view with some of the gardens...Where are we?

6670 Coleman Road on your way to the West Coast, 10 minutes out of Port Alberni, off of the Pacific Rim Hwy.  Pick up fresh fruits and veggies to go!

 Phone ahead -  250-724-0876
or E-Mail us:
awpb@island.net

We are a bike ride (1KM) away from gorgeous Sproat Lake!

Gorgeous Mount Arrowsmith from a hayfield, hard to get work done...

 

Port Alberni is at the head of Vancouver Island's longest inlet. For decades, Port Alberni has been known as an "industry town" in reality the residents of the Alberni Valley have always known, that we live in an amazing scenic west coast community -- surrounded by mountains, breathtaking views, warm water lakes, rivers, wildlife and by far one of the best recreational areas in BC! And, we boast some of the best agricultural land on the Island.

Need more information visit the
Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Alberni Valley Tourism  websites