How to Order Veggies
To sign up as a Veg Box customer click the “Order Products Online” button below.
You’ll be redirected to our online store (Local Line).
From there, click “Login/Register” in the top left corner.
An updated weekly catalogue will be emailed to you every Monday!
Our Veg Box is unique because it’s “à-la-carte” style, meaning that you can choose which items you’d like to order each week.
Orders can be placed starting Monday morning until Wednesday night (11:59pm).
Pick-up is every Thursday between 3:00pm-5:00pm
either at The Farm (K.L.O)
at Valley Road (Glenmore)
If you can't make it on Thursday, you'll have to pick-up at The Farm
on Friday between 9am-3pm.
Your Veg Box will be found in cooler #1 in a blue tote with your name on it.
Let us know if it’s your first time & we can direct you to where it’s located.
If you are a Chef or Restaurant
Please use the Order button to make an account with us!
Then send us a message to let us know and
we will promptly set you up with our Wholesale Catalog!
Nourishing our Community
from the Ground Up
Being Certified Naturally Grown guarantees that we don’t use any pesticides, herbicides or synthetic fertilizers. At Wise Earth Farm we are working to create an environmentally sustainable, socially responsible farm-business model that is equitable for us farmers, and our community members.
About Wise Earth Farm
Since 2022, our team has been operating as a family business including Raine Gagnon (Mother) , Ariana Gagnon, Gabby Gagnon, Miranda Gagnon, (Sisters) Archer Peters and Myles Ferber.
Established in 2011 by John Hofer and Brenda Paterson, Wise Earth Farm is a two-acre, urban vegetable farm located at the corner of K.L.O Rd and Mission Creek in Kelowna, BC.
We farm using Regenerative Agriculture principles, which is an approach to food and farming that strengthens the vitality of our soil, increases biodiversity, improves water cycles, and supports carbon sequestration.
We believe that growing delicious and nutritious food comes from the health of the soil. Through our studies in soil microbiology with Dr. Elaine Ingham of the Soil Food Web we learned how to apply these regenerative concepts and are making and applying biologically rich compost and it’s teas, encouraging diversity of insects and animals on the farm, and geeking out with a microscope to look with awe and wonder at the life in healthy soil that is beyond our normal vision. And we are blessed to be adjacent the Mission Creek and have its fresh clean waters as our main irrigation source for our crops.
Farming is Hard Work!
Our farm is a hands on operation that requires some pretty great people to make sure things run smoothly. Farming is really hard work, and we believe that the wage of the farmer needs to come up significantly to match the wages of other industries. We are committed to working hard to make this happen. By charging fair market prices for our product, and improving on efficiencies wherever we can we are determined to improve the earnings and benefits of our team. We are fortunate to have such an awesome crew of people working with us.