Honeyberry Farm Market was originally called Charoval Farm. Glenn's father, Len Johnson started his farm in 1962, raising Charolais cattle. The farm is still operational, with Honeyberry Farm taking a smaller piece of land to produce berries and seasonal produce for the local market.
In 2015, Glenn and his wife Mary researched the berry called haskap, also known as the honeyberry. They planted 800 haskap bushes of different varieties to determine which would perform the best in the local climate; Tundra, Honey Bee, Borealis, Aurora, Indigo Treat, Indigo Gem and Berry Blue. In the process, they cultivated more land to plant raspberries, vegetables, garlic and flowers.
In June of 2021 they opened a fully operational market stand on the farm adjacent to the highway connecting Sun Peaks Resort to Kamloops. Products available for purchase include; coffee for adults and ice cream for children, in addition to a warm welcome.
Mary Marchuk & Glenn Johnson