Highwood Crossing was created by Tom and Penny Marshall in Alberta, Canada. The name comes from a portion of Highwood River that runs beside their family farm. Before there were bridges or paved roads, travelers would cross at this portion of land and that’s where the name Highwood Crossing was originated! Tom and Penny have been using sustainable organic farming methods since 1989. This means there are no toxic chemicals or pesticides used, there’s a small carbon footprint, and they use crop rotations to help control weeds and pests. Tom and Penny are still producing health and organic food without the use of pesticides and chemicals.