Last week of the 2016 season

This weekend marks the last week of our 2016 season.  We have several events and activities going on that you might be interested in:

Saturday, October 29th, 11-3 pm is our 2nd annual public glean.gleaners

Photo credit: Jodie Miesel
Hopelink gleaners

This event is open to all food banks, churches, and non profit groups who serve the community around issues of food scarcity or food insecurity.  If you’re interested, please email us at or call us at 206-719-8602 to let us know you’re coming and who you will be gleaning for. Some of what will be available be available for harvest: beets, collards, Asian greens, swiss chard, kale, turnips, cabbage, winter squash, and pumpkins. You’ll need to wear appropriate clothes for fall weather (consider rain), gloves, boots, and bring containers for your harvest. We’ll be able to help some, but please know we will be very busy dismantling the farm for winter preparing for flood season. Please share if you know someone or a group that would be interested. Questions: contact Farmer Jane at

End of season squash sale at First Light Farm. Squash prices range between $1 each for smaller squash and $5 for the larger Cinderella squashes and blue hubbards. Stock up now for winter months ahead. Here’s a link for easy storing information:

squash display.jpg

And don’t forget our winter boxes: $15.00 gets you a box full of plants from our fields that will continue to provide food for you and your family. Walk the fields with us and we’ll help you pick out your plants!

First Light Farm is Thursday-Sunday, 10:30 – 5 pm. Questions? Call us at 206-719-8602.

First Light Farm sign

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