Long Hearing Farm

local produce

for upriver Folks

Long Hearing Farm is named after my grandma’s grandma: Long Hearing Woman. She was resilient in the face of change, adaptive when trouble came her way, joyful in her daily practices, and had a reciprocal relationship to the land she lived on. With my grandmas behind me, I am fortified. Ready for the hard work of feeding as many families as I can while at the same time creating conditions for land-based healing and transformation.
— Elizabeth

What is a Farmshare/CSA?

By signing up for a Farmshare or CSA this season, you will receive the best produce the season has to offer. Every Wednesday, from June to October, you will receive a box full of veggies (with some fruit) at the pick point of your choice: Marblemount, Rockport, Concrete, Sedro-Wooley, Sauk-Suiattle and Darrington. Becoming a Farmshare member is like being a Long Hearing VIP, you get the best of everything because you’re paying for the season’s produce upfront.


Sign up for a Fall share

We have filled all 35 of our main season shares—woo! A few spots will open up on September 25th. If you’d like to get six weeks of awesome fall produce you can put your name on the waitlist!

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Sliding Scale

Long Hearing Farm is trying to do two things simultaneously; meet the basics needs of our community while at the same time running a successful small business in a food system that is stacked against small-scale organic agriculture. A sliding scale helps achieve both of those aims.


Growing practices

Long Hearing Farm will work towards organic certification in 2020. In addition to keeping it organic, I will do my best to follow indigenous principles of land reciprocity; using a permanent bed/mound system, adding organic matter, and using a low-till, living soil approach. Follow us Instagram and social media or subscribe to the newsletter to keep in touch!