What Luna Mia Farm
is all about


What Luna Mia Farm
is all about

We are seed keepers and guardians of biodiversity with a deep connection to traditional plants from the Americas.

We strive to keep alive the traditional knowledge that forms the basis of seed keeping.

We offer workshops, farm tours, retreats, pastured meat, and we sell organic seeds to Hawthorne Farm Organic Seeds.

We serve as the base for the Ecology and Solidarity Council (ECOSOL).

You’ll see sheep grazing in fields and pigs rooting around the barnyard.

And lots of amaranth! Find out more about our Amaranth Initiative.

Luna Mia Farm is located south of Owen Sound, Ontario.

We are an ecological regenerative farm with a deep connection to traditional foods from the Americas.

We offer workshops, slow living retreats, pastured meat, and we sell organic seeds to local seed companies.

In the fall, we also have a permaculture pumpkin patch.

We serve as the base for the Ecology and Solidarity Council (ECOSOL).

You’ll see sheep grazing in fields and pigs rooting around the barnyard.

Ducks roaming circular gardens, digging up bugs.

Luna Mia Farm is located south of Owen Sound, Ontario.


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About Rony & Myriam

Just a few years ago, we were running the Mesoamerican Permaculture Insitute in Guatemala.

Then we moved to Canada and started an ecological farm in South Western Ontario.

We envisioned a farm that honours the Earth – where biodiversity can thrive, food can be abundant, and knowledge can be shared.

Slowly, we applied permaculture techniques to regenerate the land.

We continue to use regenerative practices based on traditional knowledge, and we teach the lessons we learned along the way.


Rony’s work in Guatemala

“Rony, your permaculture project is the best of all Latin America.”

“Those guys know more about permaculture than I ever will.”

Geoff Lawton

The Permaculture Research Institute

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