Education Programs

21 Acres is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire action to solve climate challenges by learning as a community to grow, eat, and live sustainably. 21 Acres has a commercial kitchen, a Certified Organic Farm and a Farm Market in Woodinville.

We are a small, family-owned farm on 2.5 acres in Fall City. We lovingly raise a variety of animals including chickens, horses, rabbits, pheasants, quail, and mini-donkeys in our historic barn. We also produce a line of chicken feed, chicken supplements, and horse feed. We are dedicated to raising happy and healthy animals, producing the highest quality products, and demonstrating sustainable farming practices. Visit our website for more information. We offer educational programs, farm tours, small scale livestock, and more!
-Feed Sales: local and fresh
-Poultry Sales Year Round: all ages for pets and layers
-Farm Fresh Free Range Eggs

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.

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.)

Teaching traditional skills for a sustainable future- wild forage and cultivation for traditional foods, plant medicine, basketry, weaving, PNW ethnobotany and more through presentations, workshops, apprenticeships and excursions.

Hearth Farm grows and sells heirloom tomatoes, asparagus, culinary herbs and eggs. Farmer Sarah conducts on-farm kids camps, classes for the PCC, and teaches Introduction to AgroEcology at Edmonds Community College.
Visitors by appointment only.

Visitors by appointment only.


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.

Holistic permaculture inspired small farm raising pasture eggs, sheep, pigs, and goats.
Classes in animal processing and small scale permaculture implementation demonstration.
WWOOFer hosting and short term farming apprenticeships available.
Fruit and nut trees, earthworks, water systems, and agro-forestry.
Wild game processing complete with walk-in cooler to season meat. We also offer wild foraging adventures.

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.


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.

RavenCroft Garden: Connecting People, Plants and the Earth for 25 years in Monroe, WA offers:

Healing From the Ground Up, an apprenticeship in Integrated Earth Medicine; Summer Camps celebrating Generative Gardens, Herbal Medicine and Artisanal Foods; Women’s Moon Circles; LIA Women’s Live-in apprenticeship, Garden Opens and seasonal celebrations all with the intention of keeping herbal medicine in people’s hearts, hands and homes.

EagleSong Evans Gardener, CCH, is a community-centered herbalist offering knowledge, skills and wisdom in the wise woman tradition in natural health, herbal medicine and spirit healing…

Herbal apothecary offering herbal preparations made with cultivated and wild local plants!

EagleSong is the founder and director of the Pacific Women’s Herbal Conference held in the Cascadia foothills between Monroe and Duvall each September.

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

We are Steel Wheel Farm, a small, first-generation family farm with one goal in mind: To improve the way in which produce is grown, harvested and distributed. Everything we do is guided by our mission of being quality-driven, environmentally friendly and stewards of the land. We believe that quality food begins with the farmer, and because of that, we provide only fresh, local and naturally-grown items.

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Stewardship Partners is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that helps private landowners restore and preserve the natural landscapes of Washington State. We collaborate with diverse interest groups to build bridges and find solutions that achieve mutual goals of environmental protection, economic health, and community well being. Our projects restore fish and wildlife habitat, improve water quality, protect open space, and “green up” the built environment while maintaining working landscapes of farms, forestland, and livable communities throughout the State.

Offering classes about using and preserving the harvest from garden and farm.