About Us

Veganically-grown vibrant, delicious & beautiful vegetables for our community! 

Sweet Digz Farm is a veganic-regenerative small-scale farm in Steveston BC,  on leased land, located in unceded traditional territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) and hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓-speaking Coast Salish peoples.

During this time of global upheaval and climate change, local agriculture can keep our community well-fed, healthy, and enjoying the simple and joyful act of connecting to the earth through fresh, flavourful food.

On these fertile flats of the Fraser River, we use veganic-regenerative farming practices to grow veggies and herbs. This means we prioritize soil health and fostering native habitat for pollinators, wild animals, and a symbiotic relationship between us all.

Share it Forward – Help Neighbours in Need!

Help us donate fresh healthy organic veggies to neighbours in need by contributing to our SHARE it Forward Fund, which can be more impactful than ever during the COVID pandemic.  A million thanks to our community who has supported this initiative beyond our wildest dreams – over $15,000 raised and every dollar distributed as fresh veggies since 2018.

Donate here & help us continue to share the love this season!

Food For All!

In 2019 the Richmond Advocacy Support Committee, our partners in SHAREit Forward, created a cookbook full of recipes from their 2018 community kitchen workshops using Sweet Digz Farm-fresh veggies. The cookbooks sold out and they donated some of their proceeds to SHAREit Forward to spread the veggie love to even more people.  Amazing!

Share in our harvest – taste the incredible bursting flavours of fresh, veganic and reeeally local veggies!

1 thought on “About Us

  1. The vegetables are robust: bursting with freshness and flavour. Many kinds can be eaten raw. Also, there are extraordinary varieties. I prefer using spices in my cooking to create vegetable stews: South Asian or Italian style. My family empties the pot, as the flavours really come through.

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