Emma’s Acres is the nationally reognized, award winning 8.5 acre small lot social enterprise owned and operated by the L.I.N.C. Society. Since 2014, Emma’s Acres has supported food security and transformative justice in the District of Mission by bringing together victims/survivors of crime, incarcerated individuals, correctional staff & members of the general public to grow non-spray, non-gmo fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
Monday- Friday, 9:00am – 4:00pm. Please call about holiday hours
To Purchase Emma’s Acres Products
We welcome walk on sales during regular hours of operation- walk on customers may experience a delay as we will be picking your order fresh for you!
Please call if you would like to place an order for a specific time (allow at least 3 hours in advance) or to inquire about available products.
Saturdays 9:00am – 1:00pm at the Mission City Farmers Market
COMING SOON – ONLINE STORE
Working in partnership with the Correctional Service of Canada, federally incarcerated individuals who have begun reintegration processes and who have received approval for conditional release volunteer at Emma’s Acres. LINC staff provide support and training in sustainable agricultural practices, from seed to sale. Incarcerated participants receive employable skills, community, opportunity to provide community service and hands on learning experience in transformative justice.
Anyone who has been impacted by serious crime can visit Emma’s Acres and receive any of the food we grow at no cost. Please feel free to drop by during operational hours or call ahead if you would like your order ready at a specific time.
We offer a no barrier approach to food security. If you are low income, multi-barriered, or impacted by the justice system, please visit the farm or the Mission City Farmers Market and ask us how we can support you!