SnoValley Tilth

Ariana de Leña

Kamayan Farm
Hometown: Bellevue, WA 

Kamayan Farm is a vegetable, medicinal herb, and flower farm where we strive to do work that connects food, medicine, and culture. We sell our products through a CSA, restaurants, the SnoValley Coop, and provide educational opportunities through workshops on and off the farm.

Ian Fels and Victoria Roos

Mezza Luna Farm
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA 

Founded in 2012 by the husband and wife team of Ian “Farmer Fels” and Victoria Roos, Mezza Luna Farms is located near Duvall in the fertile Snoqualmie Valley. We focus on growing a wide range of heirloom vegetables for our CSA members, and members pick up from our home office in Seattle. We are strong supporters of organic agricultural practices and do not use pesticides or herbicides. We also sell to Farms For Life, Tilth Alliance CSA, Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Cooperative, Farmstand Local Foods, and a few restaurants in the Seattle area. We believe people should be well traveled, not their food.

Lauren and Kevin

Lettuce Love Farm

We are a small independent farm nestled in the heart of the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley. Our vegetables, eggs, and microgreens are grown with hand tools, all natural practices, and a whole lot of love. By growing food, we aim to improve the health of the river that feeds our fields, the soils we farm on, and the community we are a part of. For us, farming is about feeding people, especially those with limited access to fresh food. That’s why we strive to grow clean, nutritious food that is accessible to every person in our community.

Sarah Cassidy

Hearth Farm
Hometown: Duvall, WA

Hearth Farm grows asparagus, heirloom tomatoes, culinary herbs, eggs and assorted vegetables. We sell through the Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Cooperative, the Puget Sound Food Hub, and at the soon-to-be EFP farm stand!  Farmers Sarah Cassidy and Luke Woodward have farmed for over 20 years in the Valley.  Sarah offers farm education for kids and adults through PCC classes and an Agroecology course through Edmonds Community College’s SAgE (Sustainable Agriculture Education) Program.

Sean Stratman

Dancing Crow Farm
Hometown: Florida

Located in Snoqualmie Valley, Washington, Dancing Crow Farm is born from a passion to grow food using practices that honor and nourish both land and body. The food we eat is pivotal to our health and also vital to the ecosystem that sustains us. It is our sincerest hope to educate, feed and support others. Reconnecting people with the beauty of the earth cycles that bring forth nourishing and vibrant food. We welcome you to join us in this journey as we continue to learn, teach and grow for ourselves, for you and for the world.