Fred Eidt and Muna ar-Rushdi are “new retirees” having decided that the South Shore of Nova Scotia would be an ideal place to settle and take time to smell the roses. Endless days of leisure however, we realized would soon lose appeal, so we (aka Muna), started looking for something to keep us (aka Fred), busy in retirement. Thanks to the Internet we stumbled onto a one hundred acre (more or less) property in Lunenburg County with a well established albeit tired Christmas tree operation, including a woodlot, and the overgrown ruins of a farmstead. This became the reality we named Gryphon Hill Farms in the autumn of 2012.
A small farm near Bridgewater with its own market. What isn’t grown here is sourced from other local producers.
Honey, beeswax, skin care products, and more. Phone ahead to ensure availability.
Pretty much every kind of food you can think of, plus other items too. In addition to their own products, offers a wide range of products from many Nova Scotian producers.
Canadian maple syrup and related products.