WHO WE ARE
FROM MOUNTAINS TO FIELDS, RIVERS TO ROWS
We are dedicated to feeding our soil and our community.
We find inspiration while exploring mountains and canyons.
We find purpose through thoughtful tending of soil, plants, and animals.
It is our shared vision and value to steward the land together in support of all life in order to create symbiotic ecosystem resilience.
We are grateful to live in a community that supports this vision and are glad to be doing our part.
SENSE OF PLACE
Defined by shrub-steppe slopes and cool drainages, our farm and homestead blends into the surrounding hillsides seamlessly. Beyond the hills to the north, west, and south are the snow crested ridge lines of the Cascade Range. Among the nearest peaks to us is Hoodoo Peak, our namesake. We are graced with a clear view of Hoodoo from our fields, as if being watched over.
Glaciers carved the valley where we live, giving way to the Twisp River which flows east to meet the Methow River in the town of Twisp. We like to imagine sediments and nutrients flowing from the mountains downriver, eventually landing on our fields and supporting the diversity of vegetables, herbs, flowers, fruit and fungi that we share with the community.
WHAT WE DO
We grow quality food and medicine with thoughtful tending practices. We approach our farm as an integrated system of which we are a part. We feed our soils the same way we feed our bellies, with attention to quality and respect. We never spray chemical pesticides or herbicides, instead relying on holistic integrated pest management methods, such as crop rotation and rotational grazing. Our focus is to ensure immunity within our plants from seed to soil by using regenerative soil building techniques and biodynamic preparations. On occasion we will feed our plants medicinal remedies made from fermented wild plants or fungal matter.
We are here to serve the land and all those who inhabit it. Feel free to ask us anything!