The Farm

Four Beat Farm stewards 25 acres of leased land in the traditional territory of the Lil’wat Nation, just north of the village of Pemberton. With plentiful fresh air, mountain views, and clean water, Pemberton Meadows has a vibrant agricultural community and is known for quality products.

We grow over 35 different vegetables on four acres. This supplies 150+ families in the Sea to Sky with fresh produce through our Harvest Share program at the heart of our farm system. We also sell at local farmers markets and restaurants in the region.

Certified Organic

Our entire farm and everything we grow is certified organic. This means no GMOs, no synthetic fertilizers, and that we are inspected every year to make sure we are on track.  We are certified by the BC Association for Regenerative Agriculture (BCARA . We also employ biodynamic growing practices that focus on soil health and creating regenerative farm systems. We don't do this for the labels. As farmers and stewards of the land while we are here, we choose this because we think it is a responsible way to farm.

Farmer Naomi

Owner-operator Naomi Martz grew up on the West Coast and is constantly amazed by living and farming in such a beautiful place.  Naomi sees farming as an excuse to tromp around in the rain, a means of satisfying her appetite for carrots and community, and a way to live well in a changing world. Her favourite season is autumn, and she also loves hiking, summer swims in nearby lakes, and getting out on skis in the winter months.

Also at the helm is a brown dog named Keisha. Keisha is consistently ready to chase pesky bears, sample fresh carrots, and nap when there is weeding to be done.

Our Farm Crew

Every year, we have an amazing team of friends, neighbours, employees and volunteers. These are the people who make sure that our crops get seeded, weeded, watered and cared for to ensure a successful harvest. If you are interested in joining our team, get in touch.

Our Draft Horses

We are a mixed power farm. Our draft horses are affectionately called “solar tractors” by some. They provide much of the horsepower in the field while generating valuable compost and lessening reliance on fossil fuels. These gentle giants are a key part of the farm's day-to-day operations and we wouldn't have it any other way. As a Pemberton farm, we are proud to be part of such an amazing community and occasionally our horses even make a visit in town!