Our garden, located on The New Farm in Creemore, Ontario, is a 1 acre plot of regenerative-organic soil that provides Richmond Station with an abundant supply of fresh herbs, vegetables and flowers during the spring, summer and fall months. It also provides our team the opportunity to learn about food, from the ground up.
The Richmond Station Garden is managed by chef-turned-farmer Meghan Robbins, who works tirelessly to cultivate a stunning, bountiful landscape. Produce grown in the garden finds its way onto Richmond Station’s seasonal menus, where guests at our downtown Toronto restaurant can taste dishes made with the freshest, most flavorful ingredients.
Focusing on regenerative agriculture and organic farming practices, the garden not only produces abundantly, but creates dialogue within our restaurant team and the guests who visit us. Since our first garden planting in 2017, we have been immersed in the education of climate change, carbon sequestration, and Farmers for Climate Solutions.
The New Farm is a perfect location for farm weddings, team building events and corporate retreats. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to book your Richmond Station at The New Farm event!
About The New Farm
The New Farm is a certified regenerative-organic family farm located on the crest of the Niagara Escarpment just west of the village of Creemore, Ontario. Owned and operated by Gillian Flies and Brent Preston, The New Farm produces premium quality vegetables for restaurants, retail stores, community food centers and wholesale customers. A commitment to agriculture-driven climate solutions has been the driving force at The New Farm since the farm began in the early 2000s.