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A couple of farm girls, Diane Fish and Shannon Harkness, share their experiences with farming, cooking, local food, and building the Kitsap Foodshed.
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A “Souper” Small Farms Expo

February 7th, 2012 by Diane Fish


Beef and Barley, Tomato-Pumpkin, Kale and Sausage…from amazing chefs crafted with local ingredients…Rolls and yummy desserts…AND a day filled with opportunities to learn about developing a value-added food product, growing flowers for profit, implementing conservation tillage on your farm, or improving marketing and production for your farm.

What more could you ask for?

Well, let me tell you…there is going to be farm machinery, mason bees, chicken pluckers, books, feed and seed….and the new Kitsap County Conservation Tillage Program no-till drill!

The vendors for this year’s West Sound Small Farm’s Expo include:

  • Farmland Feed and Pet
  • Washington Tractor
  • Scratch and Peck Feed
  • Kitsap Conservation District
  • House of Bees
  • Kitsap Poultry Growers Cooperative
  • Poulsbo Junction Insurance
  • Pheasant Field Farms
  • Kitsap Food Chain
  • Poulsbo Acupuncture and Wellness Clinic
  • Washington Department of Agriculture
  • US Department of Agriculture
  • Kitsap Farmers Markets
  • Mason Kitsap Farm Bureau
  • Kiwi Fencing
  • Cascade Harvest Coalition
  • Liberty Bay Books
  • Trillium Press

If you weed, feed, raise, sow, plow, grow, dig, till (or not!), compost, spread, plant, brew, ferment, harvest, preserve, bake, cook or EAT there is something for you at the West Sound Small Farms Expo.

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A couple of farm girls share their experiences with farming, cooking, local food, and building the Kitsap Foodshed. Written by Diane Fish and Joy Garitone.

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