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Carrigan farms will open by end of next year

It looks like the future of farm production is finally here.

Carrigan Farms, the largest organic and sustainable food farm in Canada, has been awarded a $2.7 million grant from the Government of British Columbia to begin the process of turning a single-story, 10-acre farmhouse into a full-scale organic farm.

The farmhouse is expected to open in 2019.

Carrigs farmhouse will be open for the first time on Oct. 15, 2019.

“Our first production farmhouse in B.C. will be a stunning example of sustainable farming and organic farming, and we will be launching our first production line by the end of 2019,” said Carrigan CEO David Carrigan in a statement.

“We have spent years building up our organic reputation, and are excited to be able to demonstrate to the public the benefits of our organic farming system and our long-term sustainability.”

The farmhouse has a maximum capacity of 6,000 head of lettuce, 6,500 head of tomato, 4,500 heads of lettuce greens, 2,000 heads of cabbage, and 2,200 heads of cauliflower.

The greenhouse is located in the heart of the Vancouver area, where it is just a few hours drive from Vancouver International Airport.

The farmhouses new greenhouse will be built on land leased from the city of Vancouver for use as an urban greenbelt, which has been a popular source of organic farming for many years.

The city of Victoria is also building a new greenhouse that will include the new farmhouse.

Carrigan has built a reputation for quality organic produce, including organic produce that is raised in their greenhouse, organic produce from other organic farms, and organic produce grown in-house.

The company also has a growing organic coffee, fruit, and nut crop and a coffee roaster.

Carrigs farms organic produce is grown in the greenhouse by the company’s own employees.

The staff is paid a wage and benefits package, and Carrig’s farmers are paid as a small group.