Rob Blusson is taking the concept of eating locally grown food to a new level. The vice-president of finance at Capstone Mining in Vancouver owns and operates a farm in Maple Ridge, BC, raising chickens, growing produce and harvesting honey. Aside from the 3,000-square-foot vegetable garden, there’s a greenhouse for tomatoes and last summer he and his wife grew a modest 50-pound blueberry crop. What they don’t eat themselves they share with family; except for the annual 350-pound yield of honey, which they sell to local suppliers. "It’s a good complement to my desk job," says Blusson. "And I like to understand more about where food is coming from."