Seedpod Farm

Seedpod Farm strives to be good stewards of the land, producing naturally-grown products with low-impact methods that help us to "Grow Our Best."

We grow for fresh nutrition and flavor! Soil Free! All microgreens grown in 100% Coconut Husk, and fed with sea minerals ONLY. We also have a passion for educating local area youth and seek to provide partnerships with schools in our service area(chelan & Douglas county). Micro-herbs available by special order. Our consistent offerings...

Our Mission “To promote the wise use of renewable natural resources within Stevens County” The Stevens County Conservation District is a non-regulatory agency. Our goal is to develop and implement voluntary programs to protect and conserve soil, water, farmland, rangeland, forests, wildlife, and other renewable resources throughout the district. We provide technical and financial...

We harvest premium worm castings and worm tea with no debris. Clean pure products. Our operation utilizes materials that would normally go to landfill by feeding our worms. We do our best to educate our customers so they can be a successful vermicomposter and help keep chemicals out of the soil and recycle their...

We are Grace and Griffin of Dear Table Farm. We are a couple of dreamers and doers who have set out on a mission to grow nourishing food and to teach more folks about the importance of knowing where their food comes from. We are passionate about quality ingredients, and try to grow, “everything.”...

Woman owned flower farm sharing floral beauty with our local Whatcom county community. We offer bouquet subscriptions, special orders, wholesale, celebration of life, and dahlia tuber sales. Flowers are grown and harvested without chemicals or pesticides.

Hope grows here along with some incredibly fun pasture-raised animals living their best lives. We believe in regenerative farming practices and giving back to the land that feeds our community. The farm is a place to come as you are and have a great time connecting. When we started the farm we wanted it...