Daniel Badiou and Katrina Jean-Laflamme both met at Polytechnique Montreal while studying for engineering in 2010. Dreaming, these two young adults just finishing university wanted to make a difference in today's conventional food system by providing consumers with the transparency they are looking for in today's misleading food system. Katrina decided to leave Montreal and move to Daniel's motherhood town in southern Manitoba to start their farm.
The founders built a tiny house to match their busy lifestyles. Built-in three months on the family farm and on a budget, this small, compact, 240 sqft solar-powered house follows them as they race to change the current food system. With its water tanks, batteries, and composting toilet, the "Tiny" can be self-sufficient for up to a month before needing a fill-up. Whether it's parked in a city lot or a forest somewhere, this little house has served them well so far.
Nicholas and Lucette are intergenerational livestock farmers with a strong passion for agriculture and knowing where your food comes from. In 2018, the young couple ventured into beef production with 16 cows allowing them to dedicate time to individual health raising high-quality meat.