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Farm to Table

Arrow Slocan has a long history of small scale agriculture and food production. Arable land in the Slocan Valley and Arrow Lakes regions meant settlers were able to rely on agriculture to sustain them. Today this rich history still dots the landscape with modern day farms growing fruit and produce for the region. ⁠

Check out Slocan Valley Grown for business bios and information in the Slocan Valley.

Read about the Slocan Valley Slow Food Cycle in our Blog post.

Link to Grow Arrow Lakes for Arrow Lakes farm based business listings and information.

Take the farm tour!

Create a Culinary Tour

Slocan Valley Grown has developed a map of local farm stands and businesses that together let you sample all the local delicacies of the Slocan Valley. Follow the map to find local produce, flowers, baked goods and locally made products.

Looking for more ideas? Connect through to our Craft Brewers & Tasting Rooms page for more stops along the way.

Burton City Cider on Arrow Lakes in Arrow Slocan, BC
Many hands make light work.
Burton City Cider crafts their ciders with hand picked apples.

Farms dotted along the Slocan River