WELCOME to the farm.
FOR THE COMMUNITY
Nestled in the fields, Braestone Farm is a privately owned parcel of 108 glorious acres. Residents of the neighbouring Braestone Estates community have a unique opportunity to access and enjoy the natural cycles of artisan farming, from planting through cultivation. Braestone Farm has retained the Ego’s, a family of generational farmers in the area, to advise on sustainable farming practices. Additionally, horse paddocks, nordic skiing, the “field of dreams” baseball diamond, the skating pond, and berry picking are just some of the many remarkable experiences homeowners enjoy.
FOR THE PUBLIC
The farm is an idyllic event space connecting you to nature, offering a reprieve from the rest of the world. Reimagined in 2017 The Barn provides a gorgeous, rustic-modern setting for your mindfully curated event design. To instil the space with a sense of nature, floor to ceiling windows engage the beauty of the location with white wash walls, concrete floors and a cathedral exposed truss ceiling. Surrounded by panoramic views the barn overlooks rows of fruit trees, berry patches, horse paddocks and extends down to an idyllic pond for serene moments.
For more information please visit UpCountry Venues.
Braestone Market ~ Sun. June 12th 9am - 3pm
WHAT'S GROWING AT THE FARM
We are excited to share Braestone Farm’s planting map! The vegetable patches will be rotated therefore the map will vary slightly throughout the season. The Farm team have also inserted identification markers in front of each crop. Please refrain from harvesting any crops until notifications are sent through our social media channels and/or email.
Please be kind to your neighbours when picking.
We are pleased to announce that Holly Osborne will be assuming the role of Farm Manager, post-graduation from Georgian College’s business program this spring. Holly has been an integral part of our operations since 2019 and we look forward to her continued commitment and development of the Farm’s remarkable features.
Holly’s love of farm life and the outdoors commenced at the age of nine when she began horseback riding. She is an active member of North Simcoe 4H and has competed at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto.
If you see Holly around the Farm please welcome her to her new position, she looks forward to meeting you all.