Welcome to the first blog in our "Life Skills" series! Yet another random invention from the mind of Alanah you might say - but wait, is it random? Part of Canteen Destiny's vision is to "equip teens and launch them into the world to fulfill their destiny" (that's the Palmer Paraphrase version). Not only do we want to equip teens in the more emotional, mental, and spiritual senses (character development, leaderships skills, teamwork ability), we also want them to be prepared
Our Father's Farm is re-opening its barn doors for all the horse lovers out there.
Resting on a beautiful 21 acre farm, with grassy paddocks and an outdoor arena; as well as access to an abundance of trails, Our Father's Farm is the perfect place for your equine friend. This farm grows it's own organic hay that has alfalfa, timothy, and bermuda. We have six stalls available, as well as outdoor board. All our paddocks have a run-in shed. For those Canadian winters all water
Can you believe that summer is almost over, and that school is almost upon us! I can't! Soon fall will be here, and we'll regret our complaining about the hot days of July, and wish them back. Unless you're like me, and your favourite season is fall - I'm actually pretty excited. As fall is rapidly approaching, it's time to think about new programs and workshops and classes here at Canteen Destiny! We've got a couple in mind (as well as our new Land Based Learning Program); b
Greetings all! As promised, now that you've met all the animals of the farm, it's time to meet the people! I figured since I've been blabbering away to you for a couple months now, that I should start with myself. First of all, all the usual stuff. My name is Alanah Palmer, and I am 24 years old. I am a recent graduate of Redeemer University College, with a Bachelor's Degree in Biology. Yes, I said Biology (weird, I know). I also studied Psychology and was in 2 main stage pro
If you know anything about Our Father's Farm (the farm that houses Canteen Destiny), you'll know that their main claim to fame is Apricot Kernels, as well as Canadian grown Chaga. I get asked about these things a lot when talking about the farm (especially apricot kernels!) so I thought I'd make a quick post for all of you out there in the cyber world. I've taken the information about each from the Our Father's Farm (this is me citing them!) website, so you're getting the rea