First Nation Growers

VOICES OF THE LAND – “the footprint in which we follow”

Introducing our iconic A-frame, embodying the essence of the Indigenous lifestyle. Its sleek design seamlessly integrates with nature and offers versatility for various applications. Crafted with modular structurally insulated panels, each section measures 15 feet long and 4 inches thick.

You can customize the layout, including adding a front porch, to suit your preferences. Featuring a maple wood finish, the A-frame blends harmoniously with its surroundings, maintaining an eco-friendly ambiance. Starting at $39,000, these A-frames are designed to rest on a 9-post foundation, it arrives flat-packed and can be assembled within 48 hours.

With dimensions of 15 feet wide, 23 feet long, and 14 feet high, the A-frame provides approximately 345 square feet of living space. It offers exceptional affordability and utility, making it an ideal solution for various needs.

What is SIP

Structurally Insulated Panels (SIPs) are prefabricated construction materials with insulating foam between oriented strand board facings. They provide efficient, quick, and versatile building solutions for homes, commercial buildings, and smaller structures, known for energy efficiency and rapid construction.

Join us in embracing the future of sustainable building through our innovative Structurally Insulated Panel technology. We’re dedicated to providing construction solutions that are both cutting-edge and environmentally friendly. Indulge in the freedom of customization! Our modular designs are tailored to fit your individual needs, offering seamless adjustments in size and structure. Let us perfect your project with unmatched design flexibility.


Indigenous, Inuit and other more remote Canadian non-native communities are being deprived of year
round, quality, fresh produce that is unfairly priced. As a result, these communities suffer from a lack of
natural, healthy, day-to-day nutrition because of consistently over-priced, substandard produce which is
delivered to their communities infrequently.
To date, the only solutions that have been implemented is to provide Northern Food subsidies to some
communities. While this might lower some prices, it does nothing to address the quality and availability of
fresh produce and other natural foods, fruits and vegetables, nor has it guaranteed remoteness Federal
food subsidies make it to the indigenous families dinner tables.

Flora was Chief for 27 years and Secretary at Parry Island First Nation

Chief Flora Tabobondung was awarded the prestigious “Royal Order of Canada” for her continuous contributions to the betterment of her peoples as Wasauksing First Nations leader and Chief, dating back to a time when indigenous women were not even permitted to vote.

“We must look after this land given to us by the Great Spirit – don’t sell the land! Don’t waste the trees! We have to help each other. Our young people need training of the way we were. We need to educate our young people as professionals and use our elders as counselors.

We should be positive about life, loving one another and thanking the creator for this guidance and wisdom.

Sharing, that’s the traditional way, Sharing is good, Sharing our ideas and thoughts at gatherings with all Nations will foster growth. Sharing an idea is like a seed, It will grow. Elders must be recognized for the great knowledge which they can offer to leaders and their people during times of struggle and change. Take time with the elders and be patient waiting for their answers.

Be glad of life because it gives you the chance to love, to work and to look up at the stars. Think Seldom of your enemies and often of your friends, and every day of the Creator.”