|Chef Farm Tour - at Sustainable Connections, Bellingham WA July 16, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm|
|Chef in the Market - at Bellingham Farmers Market, Bellingham July 21, 11:00 am Learn to cook the season's best with local chefs! Every third Saturday, May – August Three demos each day! 11am 11:30, & 12pm that last...|
|Downtown Market Walk - July 21, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm|
|Chef in the Market - at Bellingham Farmers Market, Bellingham August 18, 11:00 am Learn to cook the season's best with local chefs! Every third Saturday, May – August Three demos each day! 11am 11:30, & 12pm that last...|
|September Eat Local Month - September 01 - September 30, 12:00 am|
|Whatcom Farm Tour Weekend - September 08 - September 09, 12:00 am|
staying connected from farm to fork
Purchasing a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) share is one of the most direct ways to support local farmers, putting more money in their pockets, so they can keep doing what they do best – growing food for our community. As illustrated in the video, it’s important “knowing the faces of the people who provide us with food and the other things we buy.”
Meet your farmers: OSPREY HILL FARM
A SMALL FARM TAKING BIG STEPS TOWARD SUSTAINABILITY
The story of Osprey Hill Farm is one of two paradigm shifts – first, a stunning realization, and later a journey to create a new way of making food.
The story of Anna and Geoff Martin has a deceptively routine beginning. They met in college and quickly fell in love. She was studying to become a dietitian, and he was working in a lab sequencing DNA at the University of Washington. However, after becoming sick from the fumes in the lab and wary of his work, they knew they needed a change.
Always the type to take the road less traveled, the two packed up their VW bus and headed out on a transformational journey that eventually landed them in Oregon. Here they learned about permaculture – a system of growing food wherein plants, animals, and landscape features work together to make the most use of the land and its resources – before returning to Washington. They had fallen in love again, although this time it was with sustainable farming… Read More