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Meet Flat Tack Farm- Flat Tack is a small scale farm nestled within the serene vineyard setting of Heathen Estate in Vancouver, Washington. The farm was started in 2017 by co-farmers Kelly and Patrick. Flat Tack Farm specializes in growing a wide variety of produce, all without the use of harmful pesticides, chemicals, or synthetic fertilizers; while focusing on improving the land to a healthier state using holistic, all natural practices. The current cultivated area is around 1 acre and is farmed using intensive methods that focus on low tillage and integrating Permaculture (permanent agriculture: creating natural eco-systems designed to be sustainable and self-sufficient) practices into our gardens. Flat Tack Farm focuses on growing heirloom, rare and unique varieties of produce.
Meet Sprout and Blossom Farm- Sprout and Blossom was started by Lyndsay in 2017. When the farm was first started it was nothing but an idea and big plot of grassy land. Over the four seasons of farming land leased on Vancouver Lake Lyndsay was able to expand the cultivated area to an acre of veggies, flowers, herbs and natives. Small scale farming is the future and one of the ways that we can combat the major climate and social issues revolving around Industrial Agriculture. Creating abundance both through food and community allows for a deep connection to each other and ourselves. Food is medicine, it is connection, it is life.
Near the end of 2020 Sprout and Blossom farm moved from their old location to join Flat Tack Farm in NE Vancouver. The two farms are working together to combine labor and skills to bring you the freshest, healthiest produce! By combining in a cooperative effort the farmers can join forces to expand their operations and help more of our community members have access to locally grown goodness.
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Farm Happenings for November 20, 2020
Greetings from Flat Tack Farm! It's been a few weeks since our last share and we've been working hard getting all of the old crops out, planting garlic/shallots & crops in the green house, pulling tarps onto beds to keep them covered and healthy over the winter, inoculating beds with mushroom compost, mulching and preserving lots of veggies... read more »