Kula Permaculture Farm is one of the largest working permaculture farms in Canada.
Formerly known as The Rainbow Heritage Garden, Kula Permaculture Farm comprises just under 100 of the 350 acres stewarded by the Dobson and Loeks families. This beautiful four-season farm offers a diverse landscape of farmland, food forests, orchards, meadows, wetlands, and woodlands and uses permaculture design and growing techniques as published in Zach’s book, The Permaculture Market Garden. We invest heavily in soil integrity to produce the most nutrient dense vegetables on the planet to feed our community. Our produce is distributed through a weekly CSA vegetable basket program. In addition, we have a dedicated yoga studio, host festivals and markets for the public, run workshops on healthy living and sustainable agriculture, teach cooking classes in our on-site commercial kitchen and offer children’s summer camps. Visit the farm in person by attending one of our many seasonal events or workshops, by booking a private tour or by staying in one of our off-grid cabins.