Farming is a very important part of our family history. I grew up as young boy helping my grandfather work his cattle when I visited the farm on the Northern Bruce Penninsula, and then returned home to work the family farm in Mono Township with my parents. When my wife, Nadina, and I were married, it wasn't long before we were planning our own "farm dream" together. We now have a beautiful parcel of land in the Town of Innisfil, and three growing daughters who play a very important part in daily life on the farm. We are committed to natural living and to help build this community for a long time to come.
I hope to see you down on the farm! -Greg Bray
Here at Maple Heights we have a family-centred farm where we have chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese living a natural life of foraging and frolicking in the fresh air. Our children also keep several sheep, two donkeys and a miniature horse. We have an abundant and diverse forest that is a beautiful place to raise bees, who provide us with wildflower honey, and to harvest sap from our lush sugar bush. We have several acres of maple sugar bush where we use both bucket and pipeline sap collection systems. We love to have visitors to our sugar shack in the early spring to see how we produce delicious pure Canadian maple syrup in our wood-fired evaporator.
We are committed producing high-quality local products, such as our pure maple syrup, that will help grow our community and county in a positive and healthy way. We are a farm that is very much built with family, friends and the community in mind. We are so grateful to be part of the beautiful Town of Innisfil and we hope to see many of our neighbours and visitors from throughout the county of Simcoe and beyond here on the farm for years to come.