Stonecroft has been our family farm for over 20 years. In 1992, our family moved from northern Quebec to a small town in Ontario. Over the course of two years, our family transformed an overgrown plot of land into a small family farm.
The barn was the the first communal element of our home. The trusses were built by three generations, with the children helping to lay the logs that complete the barn’s style. The barn walls were created with a natural (green) building method by placing log ends (cords) into cement.
Since moving to Ontario, food has been the love language of our family. We cook when we’re happy, we cook when we’re sad. Cooking is the way, and often the reason, our family gathers.