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I contribute a lot of my interest in farming to a key moment; a tour of our own family farm when I was in kindergarten. As I look back at photos, it astounds me how much of a simple field-trip made such an impression with me.

Part of my goal has been to showcase sustainable food production to students and the public. Over the last few seasons, many students from kindergarten to college have walked through our fields, connecting with the farm and hopefully gathering inspiration. In recent years, we have also hosted tours for farm organizations and the public to gain in-depth experience on how, why and what we grow.

We realize that many people have not experienced life on a farm. If you are looking for that deeper connection with our farm and your food; come take a tour with us!



Matt in cherry tomato tunnel TN(1)
Past tour attendees
Past classes
raised to support our Eco-farm Initiative


Are children welcome?

YES! We encourage children to participate. We try our best to keep the tour exciting for all ages.

How long is your tour?

Our tours are typically around 2 hours long. Private tours can vary depending on the areas of interest.

Is there food, water and bathrooms available?

There will be no served meals available from the farm for most tours. Visit our friends at Frog Peak Cafe or Everbean Cafe in Crescent Valley before or after the tours.

Fresh, potable water from our well is available.

There is a bathroom available on site, however access during the tour may be difficult. We ask you “go” before the tour.

Who is this tour for?

The majority of our tours provide a brief overview of the working of the farm. It is suited for homesteaders, gardeners, farmers and food-conscious eaters.

For more detailed experieinces we offer private tours up to 5 hours in length. Contact us for more details.

How many people will be there?

We limit the size of tours to approximately 30 people.

Private tours are more flexible. 

When is your next tour?

Please visit our EVENTS page for more information on upcoming public tours.

If you would like to schedule a private tour, please contact us. 

Do you host free tours for schools and non-profit organizations?

Our goal is to get more people and children interested in modern sustainable agriculture.

We typically waive the tour fee for schools but appricate a donation towards our Eco-farm projects. We may also waive the fees for non-profit organizations who have aligned goals!

All tour fees and donations go towards our Eco-Farm Initiative!

Where are you located?

We are located in Krestova, 20 minutes from either Nelson or Castlegar.

We are a 7km drive from the Playmore Junction of Hwy 3A and Hwy 6.

How far will I be walking? Is there transportation available on farm?

Our tour is approximately 1km of walking.

We do not provide any means of transportation on the farm. 

Am I required to bring anything?

Most tours are done outside. We ask that you wear appropriate clothing and close toed shoes/boots dependant on the weather conditions. Since we are cautious with Biosecurity, there will be a BOOT SANITATION DIP before entering production areas. Bring a water bottle, snacks, a camera and other items you may need for a 2 hour walk.

What is a private tour?

We schedule private tours for up to 20 people for 5 hours. We can give our standard overview tour of farm operations or can focus the topic of the tour (ex. greenhouse pest management). Private tours are scheduled at $50.00/hr and a $50 deposit is required at booking to ensure your registration.

How do I register a tour?

Please contact us through the form on this page. Specify your name, email address, phone number, select your type of tour, name of organization, your hopeful tour date and tell us about your plans, goals and interests for a farm tour.

Please schedule tours at least 30 days in adavance to allow us to prepare.

Are your tours free?

Most public tours are free due to the organization planning the event. 

Private tours are scheduled at $50.00/hr

All tour fees and donations go towards our Eco-Farm Initiative!

What is your Eco-farm Initiative?

Learn more about our Eco-Farm Initiative!

This community supported initiative helps us to provide and improve ecological services on our farm.



    Donate today! All proceeds go towards our great projects.


    Matthew was a great host. He is extremely educated about organic produce and his in-depth tour provided us with great knowledge that we could pass onto our members here at the Kootenay Co-op. Having True Local farmers like Matthew and his team really care about sustainable agriculture and talk about farming with such passion is inspiring. Linden Lane Farms have big plans, and we look forward to returning to the farm to see them reach their goals.
    Sam Allum, Produce Floor Lead Kootenay Co-op Produce Department
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