Carnation

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With its beautiful 818-acre setting and rich historical legacy, Carnation Farms offers a unique experience. From hands-on educational programs to hosting one-of-a-kind events, Carnation Farms is building a stronger community, fostering a sense of belonging, and creating a healthier, brighter future.

Christmas trees

Sales: U-pick November-December; historic barn and house tours; rental space for meetings and performances; pea patch gardens.

Certified Naturally Grown mixed vegetables and fruit.
www.changingseasonsfarm.org

We are a small family farm that is located in the hills outside of the small agricultural community of Carnation. Being a small farm we practice organic farming, we work hard to live a self-sustaining lifestyle that focuses on building the bonds of our family, our farm and our community.
We raise on our farm registered Tamworth Pigs, Heritage chickens and turkeys to share with your family to enjoy. We also are a WSDA Licensed Food Processor for poultry and rabbits with a Co-Pack exemption allowing us to process for other small farmers.

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Dancing Crow is a small farm using practices that honor and re-nourish both land and body. We provide sustainably grown, pesticide free, heirloom variety vegetables to the Farms for Life program, Sno-Valley Farmers Collective, and we sell to local restaurants. The public is also welcome to stop by the farm to purchase fresh picked produce Monday through Saturday. Please contact Sean_stratman@msn.com for details.
www.dancingcrow.org

FRESH SHEET: email sean_stratman@msn.com

 

 

Our belief at First Light Farm is that by supporting healthy soils, we are helping to create healthier families and communities. We accomplish these goals by following sustainable farming practices and by offering programs like our Mini-Farm, U-Pick, and CSA (in the Seattle neighborhood of Greenwood and Phinney where the owners are long time residents.) http://upickseattle.com

We are a former dairy farm with 145 acres of land on the Snoqualmie River.  We currently lease small parcels to farmers who grow flowers and vegetables for market.  We are exploring other “common good” ideas for our land use.

Organic wholesale produce farm.

Salad greens, vegetable starts, seasonal vegetables, pumpkins, squash

Sales: restaurant and retail supplier; U-pick pumpkins, squash.

Goose and Gander Farm is a mixed vegetable farm on the banks of the Snoqualmie River, owned and operated by Meredith Molli and Patrick McGlothlin and their lively flock of geese. We grow a diverse selection of heirloom vegetables, herbs, flowers and eggs (duck and chicken) for customers in the greater Seattle area through a weekly CSA, farmers markets, restaurants and farmstand.

We are passionate about the food we grow and supporting a truly local and sustainable food system by connecting those in our community directly to clean, healthy food. Honey, eggs, pastured pork & chicken available to CSA shareholders. Wholesale & restaurant pricing available.

FRESH SHEET: sign up at www.gooseandganderfarm.com/restaurant-fresh-sheet 

We are a small family farm committed to sustainable farming practices. We grow our vegetables without the use any synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides. We source nearly all of our seed from organically certified sources. Absolutely no GMO seed is used on our farm. Please come meet us at the Carnation Farmers Market!

Mixed vegetables,  pork, jams, goats’ milk soap

Sales: certified organic; farmers markets.

Jo’s Fleece Fields is a small family farm raising natural fibers (alpaca, llama, cashmere, mohair). We also have an on-farm farm store and a feed store that carries Conway feeds and Puget Sound Veterinary Nutrition feeds.
http://www.fleecefields.com/

Jubilee Farm is primarily a farm supported by CSA subscriptions. We also sell beef, pork, and lamb, and hold an annual Harvest Festival each weekend in October.

We raise registered Red Belted Kingshire miniature cattle and sell direct to consumer. All natural, grain-free, grass-fed beef, pastured poultry, and eggs.

Local Roots Farm farms 17 acres of sustainably-grown vegetables and flowers. We sell via CSA (Duvall and on-farm pickup) and our honor-system farmstand, located on 124th St between the blue bridge and Hwy 203. Our u-pick flower patch is open daily from June through September.

FRESH SHEET: email Jason@localrootsfarm.com

Flowers and edibles, bouquets, garlands, and other floral art
www.marigoldandmint.com

Miller’s carries a little bit of everything, serving the needs of a small community.

Honey, bee pollen, beeswax, candles

Sales: farmers markets.

Lavender farm offering lavender and goat milk products.

Bruce Ford & Amy Lackey
Raising Grass Feed Suffolk Lamb

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Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center is a non-profit organization with a mission to inspire people to eat healthy, sustainably grown food and to steward our natural resources for future generations.

We cultivate over 40 different crops that represent seven different plant families, and utilize our land to facilitate conservation research, grow native plants, restore natural habitats, and teach future generations about the connection between the food they eat and the land where it’s grown.

Our organic produce is available through our CSA, at select food co-ops, and at some of the best restaurants in Seattle.

Sales: CSA; restaurant and retail supplier; education center; certified organic.

www.oxbow.org

Small 1st generation family farm growing sustainable produce, flowers and herbs. Available at Carnation Farmers Market and on-farm sales when prearranged.

Present Tense Farm is a diversified vegetable farm situated in the beautiful Snoqualmie River Valley. Together, Neil Subhash and Jayme Haselow cultivate four acres of heirloom and specialty vegetables, herbs and flowers for weekly farmers markets, chef-driven restaurants and local farmstand. Present Tense builds soil fertility through cover crops and crop rotations. We pull weeds by hand, some with tools and pests are managed through crop diversity and beneficial plantings.

FRESH SHEET:email presenttensefarm@gmail.com

Providing fresh food for the hungry through excess farm produce gleaning program.

The Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Cooperative is an organization of about 20 vegetable farms working together to bring local consumers fresh produce. Farmers run the show! Our member farms initiated and built the co-op so that they could spend less time on logistics and more time growing food. During the 2017 growing season, we are offering a 20 week veggie box program as well as bulk sales to restaurants, schools, hospitals, cafeterias, and special events.
http://www.snovalleycoop.com

FRESH SHEET: email snovalleycoop@gmail.com

Certified Organic mixed vegetables. CSA and farmer’s market sales.
www.soltoseedfarm.com

Mixed organic vegetables at farmers markets, also certified Salmon Safe and Naturally Grown.

Welcome, Fresh Veggie Lovers!
I want to share my love of growing and eating fresh, healthful vegetables.  For those who like to explore new varieties, try new flavors, and rediscover old favorites, welcome to Sweet Harvest! I grow on less than an acre in the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley, near Carnation. I’d love to grow for you. ~ Margaret

FRESH SHEET: email marghindle@gmail.com

Providing primary care medical services to families in the Snoqualmie Valley.

Mixed vegetables and pastured eggs, farmers markets, in transition to certified organic.

Sales: farmers markets

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