Located in Armstrong, BC, Rosebank Farms is a 9 acre certified organic poultry farm that raises chickens and turkeys in a natural, agro-forestry pasture system. At Rosebank, they keep their farm climate friendly by doing farm chores by bicycle, limiting tractor use, practicing no tillage, introducing hedge rows and planting in the forest, and inviting a mix of species onto the property. They maintain biological diversity above ground, but spend a great deal of time and energy on the biological diversity below ground. When Andrea and Steve Gunner purchased the farm over 20 years ago, the land was entirely glacial till, consisting of large and small pieces of rock, something they hadn’t realized they were getting into because they bought it in the winter time when the land was covered in snow. Struggling with the lack of nutrients in their soil, they decided to introduce animals onto the land to try and bring it back to life. With cows, horses, sheep, and poultry, they have successfully transformed their land into a nutrient rich, topsoil dense, carbon capturing acreage.