"COVID-19 has revealed how important it is for local communities to be less reliant on importing our agricultural needs. With large scale farming operations increasingly becoming hotspots for infection, suffering massive crop loss due to the lack of demand from the restaurant industry, and having our supply chain burdened by the complexities this virus has placed onto our communities it makes more sense than ever to make a shift toward being dependent on our local agricultural systems." - Kodama Farmers
ABOUT KODAMA FARM:
Kodama is a 45 acre permaculture and market garden style farm growing a large assortment of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers. We also raise chickens for eggs and goats for their their milk which we use to make luscious soap bars. Additionally we house a one of a kind tropical greenhouse where we grow a variety of citrus as well as bananas and other tropical fruits and finally we have K2 Clay crafting hand thrown pottery and planters that are for sale at our weekend farm stand.
- Luscious Goat Milk Soap
- Pasture raised eggs
- Plethora of Fruits and Veggies
- Hand Thrown Pottery and Planters
- Dried Herbs
- Flower Bouquets
HOW TO PURCHASE:
Farm Stand open Fridays and Saturdays 10am - 4pm through October at 42 Tall Tree Lane, Chimacum.