Growing Things Farm

Growing fresh certified naturally grown veggies, eggs and meat since 1991.

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Growing Things Farm is a certified naturally grown farm established in 1991. We are located in the scenic Snoqualmie Valley nestled on the Snoqualmie River.

We believe in living our lives in harmony with the rest of our world with as little harmful impact as possible. We work to be good stewards of the land so that we leave this planet a better place for the generations to come. We value all varities of life on earth and we raise our animals in a responsible and considerate manner.

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The Female Farmer Project

Our own Farmer Michaele recently had her farming season documented in Audra Mulkern's brilliant series, The Female Farmer Project.

Farmer Michaele is profiled in The Female Farmer Project

The project documents the rise of women in farming by presenting photos and stories of some of the many women who grow our food, and their journeys to reinvent farming. Audra's lovely photos of Michaele and Growing Things Farm are collected under the title The Agrarian.

We use some of Audra's wonderful photos on the website — Thank you for the photos, Audra!

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Thank You!

A big THANK YOU to all those who donated to our 2013 Kickstarter campaign! Your generosity is helping to save our flood-damaged farmhouse for future generations of farmers!

Missed the Kickstarter campaign? We're still raising money! We need more help to repair wiring and plumbing.

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In addition to selling our produce, eggs, meat, soap, and jam at area farmers markets, we also offer a Summer CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Program.

Our CSA runs for 16 weeks, beginning in June. Your box will contain the very best we grow, everything from tender baby salad mix, baby spinach, Asian greens, peas, beans, carrots, beets, broccoli, onions, summer squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, and much more. We also offer a fruit share with strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, plums, apples, cherries — and even apricots, peaches, and nectarines from our friends east of the mountains. Shares of eggs from our happy and adventurous hens are also an option.

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