VISIT US BY APPOINTMENT at our NEW LOCATION!

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We love our new, close-in location!
ORDER by phone or email for on-farm pick up during the 2016 season! We are just south of Davis Rd on NE 212th Avenue 98682.
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Earth friendly farming
No pesticides or herbicides ever

Better for you, Better for the earth


Check often for produce availability updates!

Mar 30, 2008

Packaging preferences

Some answers about produce packaging: I prefer to package each product variety in separate containers and place all of them into one (or more) large container(s) for transport. Container options abound, so here are some thoughts:

Recyclable bags are a wonderful option for picking up your produce. Cotton drawstring bags, fabric shopping bags, plastics made from recycled materials, biodegradable products, and standard plastics are all fairly easy to find.

I have plastic produce bags made by Crown Poly who state they are environmentally friendly. On their website they also state, “Crown Poly Inc. has been environmentally proactive with our business practices by supporting source reduction, the Environmental Protection Agency’s #1 method of waste management.” http://www.crownpoly.com/ They are also EPR accredited. These are the bags I will use to individually package your produce. All items are then placed in a paper bag(s) I provide, or bag(s) you provide.

Evert Fresh reusable bags are $10.00 for 20 bags at http://www.evertfresh.com/, plus shipping. An alternative is available at Wild Oats. It looks like an egg and you place it in the crisper drawer of your refrigerator. These products will keep your produce fresh longer than regular plastic bags.

Choose what's right for you.

Mar 26, 2008

What's growing?


Local and naturally grown!
Here is a sampling from our farm in 2008:

arugula
beans
broccoli
cantaloupe
carrots
chard
corn
cucumbers
eggplant
herbs - Basil; Sweet, Lemon & Thai
herbs - Cilantro
herbs - Dill
herbs - Epazote
herbs - Thyme
herbs - Rosemary
kale
kohlrabi
lettuces
onions
pac choi (baby)
pac choi (standard)
peas - Sugar pod
peppers hot
peppers sweet
pumpkins - Mini
radishes
spinach
summer squash- Scallopini, gold & green zucchini
winter squash - Butternut, Golden Scallopini, Spaghetti, Sugar Dumpling
tomatoes
15 varieties including:
cherry, reds, yellows, black & heirloom

OTHER AVAILABLE ITEMS

FRESH CUT FLOWER SHARES
Dahlias and Roses
$75.00 ~ Mid-June to first frost
Main content of weekly bouquet our choice

FRESH EGGS from our organically fed hens
$4.25 per dz (non-share price)

Mar 8, 2008

Battle Ground Farmers' Market

Schedule and Location:

Open from April 12th-October 18th
Saturday 9:00-3:00

We will be there in June!

The Market will be moving this summer!
Opening at SE 2nd and East Main in Old Town Battle Ground, the Market will move June 7th to our permanent location at the Battle Ground Village courtyard on Grace and Rasmussen in East Battle Ground.