About Two Roads Farm
About Two Roads Farm
Two Roads Farm is a small-scale family farm growing high quality vegetables and raising free-range heritage breed pigs using sustainable practices. While not certified, but looks to the Canadian Organic Standard to guide their farming practices. Find them at:
Two Roads Farm Stand: 1536 Northwest Rd. Open 9am to dusk June to October
Denman Island Farmers Market: Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m
Two Roads Farm grows a wide selection of seasonal vegetables, including favourites like salad greens, carrots, broccoli and tomatoes, and more unusual offerings that include Hakurei salad turnips, tomatillos, and pink celery! The farm uses sustainable growing practices that prioritize the health and wellbeing of farm customers and the environment.
Two Roads Farm raises Large Black pigs in outdoor forest and pasture runs on non-GMO, locally milled feed. Frozen pork cuts and homemade hot sausage rolls are available at the Denman Farmers’ Market. Pork is also available by the side.
Two Roads Farm on TV!
When chefs Dan Hayes and Art Napoleon of APTN’s Moosemeat and Marmalade visited the Denman Island Farmer’s Market, they raved about and stocked up on Two Roads Vegetables for their Denman Island five-mile diet feast.
About the Farmers
Hailing from Suffolk and Toronto respectively, Sam Croome and Emily Anderson fell in love with each other and with growing things in the back alleys of Vancouver. Before moving to Denman Island in 2015 to build their farm, they spent two seasons learning on small-scale organic farms in the Pemberton Meadows. They bring backgrounds in forestry and environmental studies, and a love of good food and nature to their work. Their two young children work and play alongside as they build their business and community on the island.
“Our aim is to care for our community by growing nutritious, sustainable food using methods that protect our natural environment.”
“Sam’s vegetables are incredible! They’re fresh, vibrant, they are colourful, and they have that sense that they were picked at 5 a.m. with the dew still clinging to them.” ~ Dan Hayes, Professional Chef, Co-host of Moosemeat & Marmalade on APTN
“Their veggies taste so flavorful and are what veggies are supposed to taste like!” ~ Patsy B.
“Forward-thinking farming – outstanding, fresh, creative! Awesome work ya’ll!” ~ Chris A.