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Back in 2016 Eldur Heron Farm was known as Turnip the Beet Farm and sold produce from a large home garden through booths at the Mount Vernon Farmers Market and the Bow Little Market. After taking a break from these markets to improve both the quality and quantity of produce, Eldur Heron Farm is looking to return to both these markets soon. Stay tuned for more info!
Keep an eye out for the occasional produce from Eldur Heron Farm at a grocery store near you:
Stay tuned for details about how to make a contribution to the growth of Eldur Heron Farm.
Interested in lending a hand? Want to learn more about where your food comes from? Curious about agriculture? Contact me to get a conversation started about how you can volunteer at Eldur Heron Farm.
Questions? Comments? Concerns? Or just want to get in touch and share stories and knowledge? Contact me.
VISION: Holistic, homestead-style stewardship of 20-40 acres in Skagit, Island, or Whatcom county, using the most sustainable practices and inputs possible. Besides the whole myriad of veggies we already grow, Eldur Heron Farm is looking to add flowers, herbs, chickens, ducks, sheep, bees, berries, fruit, nuts, and more to our offerings as the farm grows.