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Vendor Profile: Hell or High Water Farm

What started as tending a “garden” in abandoned planters to the light of tiki torches after work in their Lower Queen Anne apartment building, has led Kevin and Desirée Helfrick of Hell or High Water Farm to Enumclaw. After successfully tackling their own urban homesteading, they realized this life was more than just a hobby,… Continue reading Vendor Profile: Hell or High Water Farm

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One week to go until Opening Day!

A message from the EPFM Market Manager: Right now we have 30 market spaces filled! I am blown away the vendors and the support of the local community! The City has approved our Event Permit and has posted the signage we need to have the street closed every Thursday. The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis… Continue reading One week to go until Opening Day!

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Vendor/Volunteer Orientation – Follow Up

On behalf of the EPFM Board, we wanted to extend a thank you for attending the orientation last week. We hope you found it to be a valuable experience. If you have further questions or concerns, please feel free to send a message to board@enumclawplateaufarmersmarket.org. All of our board members and the market manager will… Continue reading Vendor/Volunteer Orientation – Follow Up

Laughing Goat Flower Farm
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Vendor Spotlight: Laughing Goat Flower Farm

Amy and Steve Brown of Laughing Goat Flower Farm have a gift for creating beautiful things. What started as an idea to have a goat farm and create cheese (aka laughing goat), has morphed into a full-scale farm with multiple purposes representing the varied passions and interests of this cultured and stylish pair. Their vision?… Continue reading Vendor Spotlight: Laughing Goat Flower Farm

Meadowwood Farm LLC
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Vendor Spotlight: Meadowwood Farm

Tom and Darlene Silliman never set out to be farmers, but like many of the vendors at Enumclaw Plateau Farmers’ Market, they are deeply concerned about knowing where their food comes from. When they brought home their baby to their 13-acre farm in Enumclaw, they were determined to control what they were eating. So what… Continue reading Vendor Spotlight: Meadowwood Farm