Our Farm Partners

What brought you into the world of food?  My name is Rand Rasheed. I got into farming 12-years ago because I thought it would be a cool job to have.  I figured I love cooking and eating, the next step...
Continue reading
Libby is a musician and heirloom fanatic farmer running the day to day operations of Orange Star Farm. Her husband Phil is the Managing Librarian at the Monroe Public Library by day and Farm Assistant by night. Their mission is to bring more diversity to your kitchen and our food system while using practices that build resilience in the land on which they grow and health to their local community. Orange Star Farm is located on the unceded ancestral lands of the Snohomish, Tulalip, and Coast Salish people.
Continue reading

Ariana de Leña is the owner and operator of Kamayan Farm. As a queer, mixed filipina land worker, she is inspired by the ways that growing food can be an act of resistance. Ari's work with Kamayan Farm is deeply informed by the injustices and resilience that she witnessed during a decade of working alongside low-income communities and communities of color. 

Continue reading

Michael and Matthew run Three Sacks Full, a 3/4 acre 'farmette' and pop-up project dedicated to growing and serving wholesome, satisfying food largely based on vegetables and grains. They cultivate rare heirlooms from seeds collected from friends, travels, and from their ancestral homelands. They supply much of the produce for their pop-ups around town and for Kinfood!

Continue reading