The Farm

We have developed our pesticide-free farming methods for over thirty years.  We practice permaculture techniques, save our seeds, and do fruit and vegetable research.  Photos above include our heritage tomatoes, hardy northern grapes, one of our chemical free fields and a crop of asian pears on one of our hardy fruit trees.

New CSA Program
We are restarting our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program this year.  We will deliver fresh fruit and vegetables to each CSA member every week.  They are fresh-picked at our farm and delivered to a central drop-off  location near you (or you can have them delivered to your specific house by arrangement with our delivery service)  Before the fruit/veggies season starts, you must contract to take the food for a fixed number of weeks.  More information

CSA Program Options:

CSA Option A…..5 weeks   (July19 – Aug 16)       Cost is $200
CSA Option B…..5 weeks   (Aug 23 – Sept 20)     Cost is $200
CSA Option C…..5 weeks   (Sept 27 – Oct 25)     Cost is $200

To sign up for one or more programs, please download the registration form , print it, then complete and send to the mailing address on the form.  Payment can be made by cheque, money order or through our online shopping cart.

Saturday Farmers Market

(May through December)Drop by Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to purchase a wide selection of  vegetables and fruit, along with  an abundance of products, such as organic coffee, tea and honey.

Heirloom Seeds

In order to safeguard our own farm seeds from GMO’s (genetically modified food) and other agritech treatments, we collect and store seeds from our own plants and produce. Thus we package the extras and sell to those wishing to grow their own unusual heritage varieties.  More on our seeds »

Trees and Plants

Many varieties of edible fruit plants from all over the world have found their way to Windmill Point Farm. After twenty years of growing these in our harsh cold climate conditions we have eliminated all but the toughest.

These weird and wonderfully diverse selections of delicious fruit, nuts, berries can be shipped to you as dormant bare root plants, please send for catalogue. Trees are only sold that are preordered. We are ‘listed’ as a Zone 4 but tested our plants for a much colder climate. 

Planting trees is one of the best ways to meet our Kyoto commitments.

Why go Fresh pesticide-free food…

  • No more contaminated food
  • Safer environment
  • No more empty calories
  • Save farms for our children
  • No more drugs
  • Safe trees and seeds

Learn more on the benefits of organic farming »

Learn to Grow and Care for Your Grape Vines/
How to Make Your Own Wine
Date:  T.B.D.

Workshop topics include:

  • Why are grapes so good for our health?
  • Which seedless table grapes can be grown here?
  • What are best grapes to make wine? How does wine prevent heart disease?How to make wine from your own grapes?
  • Are vineyards profitable for small farms?
  • How to plant and care for small vineyard?
  • PYO and Agro-tourism for vineyards?
  • History and tour of Windmill Point Farm
  • One Open topic per person (as time permits)
    To register, please send an email to

Educational Farm Visits

Groups can arrange for guided 2 hour lecture/tour of the farm. Reservations can be made by phone.
Call: (514) 453-9757