Cassie Ashton Davies & Allan Ashton
AAA Farm

Waltham Station, QC 

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8196835593 (home)
Product Types: Asparagus, hascap, black current, red currant, blueberry, raspberry, strawberry, blackberry, rhubarb, mulberry, heirloom tomato, melon, onion, apple, 

About Us
Our farm rests on a bluff overlooking the Ottawa river. The granite mountain and the Ottawa river create a unique micro ecosystem allowing a wide variety of crops to grow. We use proven natural growing methods and also integrate modern greenhouse techniques such as tomato clips and raised beds. This allows for healthier weed free plants without the use of chemicals. We do not specialize in only one crop allowing us to experiment with natures bounty. Our crops include asparagus, spring onions, hascap, service berries and currants, blueberries, raspberries, mulberries, blackberries, tomatoes, melons, apples, plums, pears and potatoes. We also use our produce to home can jams, jellies and sauces. Most jams, jellies and sauces are available in regular, hot, hotter and hottest. Depending on your taste. Don't knock Raspberry Jalapeno jam until you try it!


Practices (our standards for raising or making our products)
Our farm uses natural growing methods, integrating greenhouse practices into our fields of raised beds. We have a natural pond that is fed from the water from the mountain. The water is then pumped to drip irrigation system to continuously keep our plants watered.

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Buying through the Ottawa Valley Food Co-op (OVFC) is important to me. By making a monthly pick up, I not only save on gas driving around the county picking up food, I know where it comes from. Having a relationship with producers, close by, means that if I have a concern about a product I know where to go for answers. Local producers live in the community and pay taxes here. They are invested and that feels right. I also have a better chance at obtaining food and products that are more healthful and less likely to harm me and the place I live.

It just makes so much sense.

Lynne Epps

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