Wild Sage Farms



Welcome To Wild Sage Farms

Caleigh Campbell and Brent Parres have been running this farm since the spring of 2021 after buying it from their neighbours Connie and Darryl Wilson (who ran it as Alpaca Valley Farm). They live here with their young adult son Logan, their young daughter Maevery, and their three very “spirited” dogs Loki, Maybelline and Pablo. The farm is in development currently and produces hay for the community and a little bit of alpaca fibre. Brent and Caleigh believe in being stewards of the land in the most responsible way possible and have plans to develop a food forest including large vegetable, tea, herb and medicine garden; a large greenhouse for spring seedlings, small events and seasonal boutique; and expand the family with egg-laying chickens and miniature goats in the years to come.


History & Land Acknowledgement

Wild Sage Farm respectfully acknowledges that the lands on which we live and work are the traditional lands of the Anishinabek Nation and the traditional territory of Fort William First Nation, signatory to the Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850. We also recognize the contributions made to our community by the First Nations, Métis, and other Indigenous peoples.