Letters From:

If you follow us on instagram then you know we have been hit or miss on the content + updates, well there is a good reason for that, I suppose many reasons so we'll elaborate:

As like any other year we both yearn for some change. Those changes start mostly behind the scenes in long discussions about what we are doing + the why that moves us forward. We know changes are always going to be necessary in what we're building, but some times making those final decisions is just plain hard to do, but we are doing it.

With just a "few" new changes on the horizon, such as a new baby coming in early august, more flowers, cows + chickens than we will know what to do with. It is time for us to adjust things around here when it comes to how we share everything + anything. We certainly aren't going anywhere, in fact we are just switching things up.

The Name

We are so excited to share that we have started a little email newsletter sharing what is going on behind the scenes. Our usual good, bad + ugly. Sharing our blog posts, all updates on upcoming floral workshops, events as well as what is available from our farm at our new this year, weekly farm stand.

The name of this little endeavorer Letters from: The Harrison Hill Farm best represents how we feel we share us as a family + farm on our socials. When we write it feels like it is a short letter to you, our friends. Do you agree?

In the final stages of working out the consistency of our newsletter so not to inundate you with more mail than you need. But we do know that you will be the first to get our newest updates about all things Harrison Hill Farm. You will of course still see us on Instagram + Facebook but to see all the extra Letters will be the place to see it all.

If you would like to sign up just click the link below:

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Thank you as always for following along + supporting our farm journey. We can't to share our 2024 season + beyond with you.

We are the Harrison-Hills: Connor, Emma-Lee, Hudson and Forrest. We are the third generation of Harrison's to live and work on these beautiful 137 acres just outside of Lakefield, Ontario and we are so excited to share our farm with you.

xx Emma