Located conveniently on Hwy 101, we are a regenerative, low waste farm offering flowers, lavender, grass-fed beef, beyond organic vegetables, CSA memberships, farm stays, workshops, and self-care products.
Our goal in starting our farm is to create a calm, beautiful oasis for us to share with others and bring beautiful luxurious products for our guests to enjoy. After all, who doesn’t enjoy pampering themselves from the comfort of their home. Our products allows visitors to bring a piece of the farm back with them to enjoy along with memories of their visit.
Our 10 acre farm is divided into sections that we have lovingly nicknamed. Our front field is roughly 2 acres and have over 1400 lavender plants plus over 4000 flowers for u-cut. It is surrounded by beautiful pine, fir, cedar and lilac trees.
Next sits the farm house where our ‘grow room’ is dedicated to our microgreens, edible flowers and plant starts for our garden. This warm oasis is a favorite place to hang out in the winter.
Behind the house sits our orchard which we call the ‘bee yard’ thanks to left over bee boxes that we are looking forward to using in the future. This yard is also where our future wildflower field will be located.
Next to the ‘bee yard’ we have our shop and drying barn. This also hosts a winter home for our Jersey Steers.
Our ‘back 5’ is a 5 acre field that is grazed by 3 Jersey steers and where we grow our herbs, greens and vegetables. The field is bordered by our neighbors who raise sheep and horses.
As our farm grows we look forward to welcoming visitors. We are preparing a lovely farm stay in our 23 foot 2016 Airstream for guests starting summer of 2021.
Use regenerative, sustainable methods beyond organic focusing on little to no chemicals. Also committed to low-waste growing practices. Minimal to no-till practices. Committed to quality of life animal welfare practices.
We offer micro-greens, produce, lettuce greens, and fresh flowers. Contact us via e-mail to receive fresh sheets.
Sapor Restaurant, Port Angeles - micro-greens
April - October