Lance Smith & Brian Jones with family
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Board Profile: Secretary Lance Smith

Lance Smith and Brian Jones of S Bar J Farmstead in Enumclaw, have lived in their 108-year-old farmhouse for five years with their now ten-year-old twins. Although their farm operation is focused primarily on providing healthy meats and produce for their own family today, they are raising sheep for lamb meat, which is USDA processed and sold through L & B… Continue reading Board Profile: Secretary Lance Smith

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

Cedar Spring Farm of Enumclaw
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Vendor Spotlight: Cedar Spring Farm of Enumclaw

Steve Neason, Owner Produce: green beans, basil, beets, carrots, cucumbers, peppers, eggplant, lettuce, turnips, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, radicchio, escarole, garlic and more. Steve Neason, of Cedar Spring Farm of Enumclaw, has been gardening his entire adult life. He was the “IT guy with a garden” during his 32 years at Boeing and since retiring, gardening… Continue reading Vendor Spotlight: Cedar Spring Farm of Enumclaw

Ode to Joy Farm, Enumclaw
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Board & Vendor Profile: Ode to Joy Farm

As a programmer for Microsoft, following a career in the Air Force, Joyce Behrendt remembers joking on stressful days in the office that she was going to leave and just become a chicken farmer. Having been raised in Auburn, Washington, she didn’t really mean it, but after retiring from Microsoft, she found herself on 10… Continue reading Board & Vendor Profile: Ode to Joy Farm