Owner/ Produce Manager
Sal started gardening in the summer of 2008 and never stopped. Year after year the gardens got more expansive and elaborate. More and more vegetables found their way into the freezer, more herbs and beans into dry storage, pickles and tomato sauces in the pantry. Winter meals were not drudgery and carbs, but distilled flavors of warmer times; daily feasts. A thought kept reoccurring during the long hours of the farm season and pleasant hours of the quiescent season: everyone deserves to eat like this.
Owner/ Poultry Manager
After a 7 year stint running a small cafe and catering company, Joe decided he needed a break, so he became a farmer (That's kind of a joke). His decades of culinary experience help him think differently about what he wants to grow, and everybody benefits, especially our customers. He emphasizes flavor and variety over uniformity and reliability. While this may seem like a gamble, it is one that we often win. In his spare time, Joe manages the herds of poultry ranging all over the farm.
We grow a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs, and specialty items. Contact us if you are looking for something in particular, or stop by the farm and just browse.
Vegetables are the backbone of our farm. We grow classics like peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, green beans, and squash, but we also grow purple beans, tie dye tomatoes, asparagus peas, and more.
From culinary to medicinal, we have a wide variety of herbs. Culinary herbs include thyme, oregano, chives, basil, tarragon, rosemary, and sage. Medicinal herbs include calendula, ashwaghanda, plantain, burdock, motherwort, yarrow, and elderberry.
This is our catch-all category for unique items we grow. We grow three varieties of hops: Cascade, Nugget, and Mt. Hood, and several varieties of grapes. Horseradish, culturally specific vegetables, and wild harvested produce like ramps are included here. We also have a selection of ornamental grasses, gourds, corn stalks, and pumpkins for fall decor.