Our Priorities
  • Provide our community with healthy, organic food.
  • Use nature's ways to care for our animals and crops.
  • Contribute to a greener tomorrow.
  • Support those who want to grow healthy food.
Our Mission
To provide healthy food to our community in a way that also fosters positive growth within our community both for the earth and the people.
Our Promise
  • Feed our animals organic feed only.
  • Maintain the health of our pastures and keep them free from chemicals (organic)
  • Treat our animals with dignity and provide as natural an environment as possible.

We are participating again this year.  This time with Russ Flint from Rainshadow Meats.  He will be preparing our duck.  Hope to see you there!

Jerry & Janelle

An Incredible Feast – Where the Farmers Are the Stars!

All proceeds to benefit the Good Farmer Fund

and the Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance

August 22, 2010   5-8 pm

Conceived by Chef Tamara Murphy, An Incredible Feast is one of Seattle’s premier food events and showcases an astounding variety of local flavors, all prepared using fresh farm ingredients.   Held outdoors at the University District Farmers Market site (University Heights Center), guests can sample over 30 gourmet dishes, enjoy excellent local (Salmon Safe certified!) wines and beers, and meet the chefs and farmers behind the food.  The event also features country-fair-style games with fabulous prizes and live music.

Check out the Incredible Feast video here:  http://vimeo.com/14111168

This year’s jaw-dropping line-up of local chefs:

Julie Andres, La Medusa – Craig Serbousek, Crow and Betty – Renee Erickson, Boat Street Café – Seth Caswell, Emmer & Rye – Ethan Stowell, Ethan Stowell Restaurants  – Angie Roberts, Boka - Dustin Ronspies, Art of the Table -  Amy McCray, Eva - Carlos Caula, Carmelita – Zephyr Paquette, Elliot Bay Café -  Autumn Martin, Theo Chocolate and Hot Cakes – Dalis Chea, Herban Feast and Fresh Bistro – Donna Moodie, Marjorie – Lisa Nakamura, Allium – Philippe Thomelin, Olivar – Don Curtiss, Volterra – Greg Johnson, Chefandfather.com – Rachel Yang & Seif Chirchi, Joule – Adam Hoffman, Rover’s – Robin Leventhal, CRAVE – Anthony Polizzi, Steel Head Diner – Russ Flint, Rain Shadow Meats – Daisley Gordon, Campagne – Matt Dillon, Sitka & Spruce – Dylan Giordan, Serafina and Cicchetti – Meredith Molli, La BoucherieThe Harvest Vine Half Pint

Our stellar line-up of awesome farmers for the 2010 Feast:

Alm Hill Gardens, Bluebird Grain Farms, Cascadia Mushrooms, Dog Mountain Farm, Foraged & Found Edibles, Full Circle Farm, Growing Things, Hayton Farms, Kittitas Valley Greenhouse, Let Us Farm, Local Roots Farm, Loki Fish Co., Nash’s Organic Produce, Nature’s Last Stand, Olsen Farms, Pipitone Farms, Port Madison Farm, Rama Farm, Rents Due Ranch, River Farm, Rockridge Orchards, Schuh Farms, Sea Breeze Farm, Skagit River Ranch, Stokesberry Sustainable Farm, Stoney Plains Farm, Taylor Shellfish Farms, Tiny’s Organic, Tonnemaker Family Orchard, Whistling Train, Willie Greens Organic Farm

All of these farmers sell at one or more of our farmers markets, bringing an astounding variety of sustainable, fresh-from-the-farm fruits, berries, vegetables, cheeses, grains, eggs, meats, seafood and more.

Tickets available at brownpapertickets.com

Individual Tickets – $80         Pair of tickets – $150

(21 & over only)

More info:

www.seattlefarmersmarkets.org

Special note: in the spirit of sustainability and care for the environment, guests are encouraged (but not required) to bring their own plate and fork to use at the event.  All ticketholders who bring their own plate and fork will be entered in a drawing to win a Farmers Market gift basket valued at $100!

A very special THANK YOU to our wonderful sponsors:

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Jerry and Janelle Stokesberry - Owners
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Environmentally friendly farming of chicken and turkey.