Join us Sunday, July 22nd, from 1-3 pm, for a tour of the historic Carnation Farms, nestled in the heart of the Snoqualmie Valley. We'll stroll the farm grounds, visit the chickens and turkeys, see history exhibits, and learn how the Stuart family, the original owners of Carnation Farms, are developing one of the most unique food-centric, non-profit institutions in Washington.
Come along for fascinating stories about the farm’s origin, its changing ownership over the past 120+ years, and the reclaiming of the property by today's generation of the Stuart family. Along the tour, we’ll also hear about the new vision for the farm and the non-profit's extensive agriculture education initiatives, plus get a private tour of their experimental organic growing and production facilities with farm operations manager Rosy Smit.
With co-host Slow Food Seattle board member Austin Becker, co-founder of Farmstand Local Foods, here's your chance to explore local food culture with one of the region's most influential farms.
This is a family-friendly event; open to members and non-members. (Members, please check recent enewsletter or email us for your ticket discount code). Please note details on footwear, hats, and parking at the Brown Paper Tickets link.
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