In addition to keeping it organic, we do our best to follow indigenous principles of land reciprocity; producing high quality produce that benefits the local ecosystem. We are in our second year of production and are growing bit by bit. We are interested in partnering with schools, healthcare facilities, tribal nations, and public institutions in the Skagit and Stilly valleys. Crops include: head lettuce, carrots, mixed greens, summer squash, winter squash, garlic, corn, and green beans. We are also open to working with other BIPOC-owned food businesses to grow specialty crops!
North Cascades Institute, Albert's Red Apple, Skagit Valley Food Co-op
Long Hearing Farm is working towards feeding as many families in the Upper Skagit and Stillaguamish valleys as we possibly can with our weekly Farmshare boxes. Providing high quality, abundant shares of our organic vegetables, fruit and herbs from June to October. By signing up for a Farmshare or CSA this season, you will receive the best produce the season and the farm has to offer. As one Farmshare member put it, “0pening up the box and seeing what’s in there is like Christmas every week!”
We have our organic certification this year! And we do our best to follow indigenous principles of land reciprocity; using a permanent bed/mound system, adding organic matter, and using a low-till, living soil approach. Follow us Instagram and social media or subscribe to the newsletter to learn more!