FEEDJeffco, Jefferson County, WA

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Chimacum’s Farm to School program includes school garden programs, local sourcing and scratch cooking by School Food Services, and High School Career and Technical Education (CTE) related to food and ...
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Chimacum’s Farm to School program includes school garden programs, local sourcing and scratch cooking by School Food Services, and High School Career and Technical Education (CTE) related to food and ...
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The school established vegetable gardens in the new front yard in 2019. They include a deer fenced learning garden for enjoyment and a full scale production garden for lunchtime recipes and Food Bank ...
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This garden donates directly to area Food Banks. One year over 1600 pounds were delivered. Since 2017 volunteers have been working hard to expand this effort and have recently erected a hoop house. Sw...
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WSU JEFFERSON COUNTY EXTENSION programs connect the people and communities of Jefferson County with the knowledge base of Washington State University to promote quality of life and advance economic we...
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Sunfield Farm is a hive of green goodness--it's a farm, a Waldorf School for early elementary students and it also provides a public farm stand and is the caretaker of the Sunfield Farm Food Bank gard...
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Come for the weekly groceries and stay for the music and conversation. Open Saturdays during the summer. Check the link for hours.
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Open Sundays throughout the summer. Check the link for times. http://jcfmarkets.org/sunday
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Open on Wednesday throughout the summer. Check link for times.
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This high production garden not only serves the students of Port Townsend High School, but the PT Food Bank during the summer months.  Teacher Jennifer Kruse helps students get the most from the ...
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Swan is a private school for early elementary through 6th grade where students are encouraged to explore nature and the garden environment. The third graders grow starts to take to the food bank and s...
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This extensive Farm to Fork program began in 2009 as a way to introduce fresh food to students through the lunch program, gardens, and cooking classes. Today they grow and buy local as much as possibl...
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The Dirt Rich School offers extensive, hands-on course work on permaculture techniques to adults. It's for the more mature student or those interested in understanding how working with nature can cre...
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Red Dog Farm is certified organic and grows over 150 different varieties of vegetables, berries, cut flowers and plant starts on 23 acres.
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Midori grows organic vegetables, garden seedlings, seeds and craft their own traditionally fermented sauerkraut and kimchi from farm grown produce.
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Colinwood Farm has been an iconic "in town" PT farm for over 20 years. Its certified, organic produce comes from 4.68 acres and 14 greenhouses and is available via the farmstand open 24 hours/7 days a...
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Kodama is a 45-acre regenerative farm. They use organic, permaculture-based techniques to provide fresh food for our local community. Besides fruits and vegetables the farm also raises nigerian goats....
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Shorts Family farm specializes in natural, grass feed and finished beef. They also offer a range of soil products including farm-made magic soil, bio-char, and compost products used as a garden bed to...
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The Finnriver crew farms and ferments on 50 acres of organic fields and orchard in the Chimacum Valley, along a salmon stream on the north Olympic Peninsula of Washington, the traditional and contempo...
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Their mission is to use the best available knowledge to sustainably and organically produce food for our local community. Spring Rain uses a diversified farming system that involves protein, vegetab...
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Award-winning goat dairy on Marrowstone Island. Mystery Bay Farm is a small scale, family farm operating on five acres on Marrowstone Island. We have been a WSDA certified Grade A Dairy since the spri...
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Quimper Community Harvest has been gleaning excess fruit from local trees since 2008. From July-October teams of volunteers pick fruit from backyard sources to give to schools, food banks, non-profits...
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Global Earth Repair shares space with the Friends of the Trees Society. They also share an extensive library of books on permaculture and tree growing techniques. Mike Pilarski (Skeeter) organizes wor...
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Local produce, bulk bin buying for less waste, vegetable starts, seeds, and classes... the Co-op has evolved into a hub for all things fresh and sustainable along with an assortment of cooking classes...
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Located in downtown Quilcene, the Village store sells produce from the surrounding farms. It provides just what you need for a fresh meal or stocking up the backback before hitting the trails.
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