Since 2011, we have been learning to nurture crops in our unique micro-climates of our warm southern exposed hillsides & the cooler lowland fields. We grow for our family, friends, & extended network of co-ops, breweries, food banks, chefs, & are strengthening relationships with a multitude of locally made peppersauce, tea, and fermented product creators. We sell seedlings of proven heirlooms and rare varieties. For season extensions & warm loving plants, we utilize greenhouses and built numerous terraces into the hillside with the excavated nutrient-rich soils from our salmon restoration project. Unique varieties include a wide variety of heirloom and hard to find seasoning peppers, sweet peppers, hot peppers, lemongrass, oca, mashua, and Italian and Jerusalem artichokes. We firmly believe in a strong localized food system for all to benefit from! in 2020, we installed solar panels providing 100% of the energy used by the farm!
We are stewards of the land and ecosystem. Since we purchased our farm in 2011, we have methodically improved it using regenerative organic farming practices that promote natural diversity of the living systems. We plant beneficial flowers to attract bees & wasps that help our farm thrive. All electricity used by the farm is produced by the solar panel arrays that we installed in 2020!
We are at a point in our farm's growth where we are continuing to build sustainable relationships with people & businesses that support our farm's efforts to help the ecosystem & with those that appreciate the hard work of our farm & the local farming community. We prefer to coordinate product planning ahead of the planting season & setup recurring orders during the harvest season to help chef's plan their menus & for our family to spend quality time together. We offer our bounty through the Puget Sound Food Hub Coop. Email us for more details or questions about our unique varietals!!
Key Supporters of previous seasons: Aditi Chai, Aslan Brewing Co, Calypso Kitchen, Canlis, Community Food Coop, The Fairhaven, Funky's Hot Sauce Factory, Garden Path Fermentation, Girl Meets Dirt, Sneaky Squirrel Hot Sauce, Semiahmoo Resort, Skagit Valley Food Co-op, +++
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Our organic bi-color, red, white, and yellow sweet corn will be seasonally available in bulk quantities.