"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world.

Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that the Round Hill Renaissance Agriculture Foundation is located on Treaty 6 territory, Métis region 2, and a traditional meeting ground for many Indigenous peoples. This Land provided a travelling route and home to the Maskwacis Nêhiyawak, Niitsitapi, Nakoda, and Tsuut'ina Nations, the Métis, and other Indigenous peoples. The Round Hill Renaissance Agriculture Foundation recognizes that Indigenous knowledge and agricultural traditions are appropriated and heavily entrenched in the gardening practices and ethics that we regularly practice and we acknowledge our privilege in acquiring and applying this knowledge.  

We pay respect to the First Nations and Metis ancestors of this land by dedicating efforts to regenerate the land, water and air in their name.

If you travel through Round Hill you may have seen the beehive of activity along the former railroad line. A site where grain elevators once towered over the hamlet, is now the new home for the Round Hill Renaissance Agriculture Foundation foodscape, a community garden and food forest.

Our small community is collaborating with a variety of institutions, organizations, businesses and individuals to develop a long range plan, the garden is the first step toward a sustainable food source within the community.

Book A Tour

We would love for you to experience our Community Foodscape project in person. 

Many hands and hours of love have been poured into this project and the space continues to grow. 

Tour the startup food forest, composting site, tipi and community garden. Hear about our passion and plan for the future first hand, while learning about the fruit and vegetable production currently established. You can even try your hand at weeding or harvesting depending on availability. 

Call Taren at 780-870-7558 or email to set up your tour today!