Get Involved

Eating fruits and vegetables is extremely important in keeping our future generation happy and healthy. Here at NatureFresh™ Farms we jump at any opportunity to engage youth and teach young minds about living a healthy lifestyle. It is not uncommon to find us speaking to groups of students in schools and camps throughout North America.

By involving students in live demonstrations and allowing them to assist in building their own recipes we enable students to realize how fun and tasty eating healthy can be.

Eat More Fresh

Learn about the importance of eating fresh & how it can be fun!

Learn How We Grow

Learn how your tomatoes, bell peppers & cucumbers are grown.

Hands on Learning

Have you ever seen a bug up close? Or buried your hand in coconut husk?

Sustainability

Learn about the #FutureOfFresh and how we take care of the environment

Valuable Resources

Receive valuable resources that will make it easier to #EatMoreFresh

Have Questions?

Curious minds? We are here to answer any questions your class may have.

Resources

It is important for teachers & parents to have the necessary resources to keep students interested in #Fresh

Looking for more resources? Check out these pages!

The Bug Brigade EatBrighter!™

Go to the OntarioRed page

Introducing OntarioRed™

A grower knows his plants but knows his tomatoes even better. When you purchase an OntarioRed™ Tomato, it’s coming from the same grower every time. We guarantee it.

Learn more by continuing to the OntarioRed page
Go to the Blog page

Fresh UpdatesBlog

Connect with us to stay up to date on all the exciting things going on at NatureFresh ™ Farms and learn about key topics that matter to us.

Learn more by continuing to the Blog page
Go to the Greenhouse Education Center page

Greenhouse Education Center

NatureFresh™ Farms Greenhouse Education Center is a fully operational mobile greenhouse that travels across North America to educate individuals about how/where their produce comes from.

Learn more by continuing to the Greenhouse Education Center page