Leckbee Cattle Company – Leckbee Cattle Company – Processing Locations: Bear Ridge Smokehouse

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...

Buy beef you can feel good about…wholesome, clean & get to know the farmer that’s raising them. Remember the days of the milk man? Well, I’d like to get back there, to a simpler time. Join me and let’s chat if you’d like to cut out the middlemen and come straight to the source!

Our mission for Lamont Lamb Company is to provide high-quality lamb, raised humanely here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Our sheep are rotationally grazed to improve our pastures and help to build the soil. In addition to pasture, lambs also have access to alfalfa hay and barley, both of which we purchase from another...

At Leckbee Cattle Company we believe quality beef comes from quality animals. We strive to provide our customers across the Pacific Northwest with beef, pork, and lamb that we are proud to feed our family. We work with 4 butcher shops located in Onalaska, Longview, Morton, and Tacoma for easy local pickup and have...

Till Next Time Farms is a high efficiency market-garden farm with a focus on restorative agriculture. Owned and managed by two sets of couples: (two siblings + two spouses), we’re 50% women owned and working with our neighbors to grow delicious food in Silver Creek, Washington. We don’t till and we don’t use pesticides....

Nature Nurture Farmacy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to build community health through the use of herbal medicine, sustainable food cultivation, and empowering education. PROJECT: FOOD IS MEDICINE Nature Nurture Farmacy is working to increase access to local, nutritious food via education and availability. We hold regular classes on herbs and nutrition,...

Nestled in the western slopes of the south Cascade Mountains, we grow a wide variety of vegetables, including beans, corn, pumpkins, lettuces, spinach, cabbage, cauliflower, rhubarb, peas, broccoli, kohlrabi, zucchini, butternut, sweet meat and crookneck squashes, tomatoes, potatoes, kale, swiss chard, onions, daikon radishes, cucumbers (slicing and pickling) and peppers (hot & bell). Using...