Join us Thursday July 20th, at Feast on the Farm !
We will enjoy delicious, sustainable food prepared by Chef William Belickis of Mistral Kitchen.
We are looking for 2017 Feast sponsors. Please contact Palmira Figueroa for more information.
Feast on the Farm is Stewardship Partners’ highlight event of the year, where we celebrate our land, our farms and the restoration work that we proudly do in partnership with landowners around the Puget Sound. The farm dinner celebrates our landowner partners by demonstrating for guests how Puget Sound farmers are growing healthy food while also embracing environmental stewardship on their land.
Thank you to our 2017 Feast Sponsors!
A certified Salmon-Safe Farm
Acre Sponsors ($5,000)
Field Sponsors ($2,500)
Garden Plot Sponsors ($1,000)
Each year we have a different local chef prepare the meal using Salmon-Safe ingredients and supports local sustainable farms.
2017 – William Belickis is founder of the exciting, experimental Mistral Kitchen. Born and raised in New York City, Belickis grew up around some of the most diverse food in the world. His first glimpse of the Great Northwest left him awestruck; he found its clean, cool beauty inspiring and soon returned to explore San Francisco, British Columbia, and everywhere in between. After making the move to Seattle, he was a chef Fuller’s and Salish Lodge. In 2000, he opened his own restraunt, Mistral in Belltown. Mistral closed its doors in 2008 so Chef Belickis could work on plans for a new, more accessible and experimental restaurant: Mistral Kitchen.
2016 – Joshua Henderson is an award winning Executive Chef and founder of the acclaimed Huxley Wallace Collective. Known as a visionary and food entrepreneur, Josh has spent his career cooking in kitchens and unique locations across the country. He recently established a group of highly successful restaurants in the Pacific Northwest, including Quality Athletics, Bar Noroeste Taqueria, Great State Burger, Saint Helens, and opening soon, Poulet Galore, Cantine Bottleshop and Bar, and Vestal.
2014 – Chef Zoi Antonitsas of Westward, is passionate about food, wine, spirits and hospitality, Zoi has more than 20 years’ experience in the restaurant industry, and a local celebrity as a contestant on Season 4 of Top Chef. Chef Zoi has received local and national acclaim for her contemporary, creative and ingredient focused cooking style. She takes inspiration from the sea, and her food reflects her love of the Mediterranean.
2013 – Chef Brendan McGill is the winner of Food and Wine magazine’s award for 2013 People’s Best New Chef. He earned the spotlight as top choice in both the national and Pacific Northwest categories. The Seattle Times included his Bainbridge Island restaurant, Hitchcock, amongst the top bites of 2011, and was a Best Chef Northwest Semifinalist in 2014.
2012 – Chef Ethan Stowell is a three-time nominee for Best Chef Northwest, a Rising Star Seattle Restauranteur, one of the Best New Chefs in America, and a Seattle Trailblazer. Ethan has built a devoted following to his numerous restaurants throughout Seattle, including Tavolata, How to Cook a Wolf, Anchovies & Olives, and Staple & Fancy Mercantile, as well as new ventures Red Cow and Chippy’s Fish and Drink.
2011 – Chef Matthew Dillon’s fresh and straightforward approach blends ingredients from the local land. Dillon explored his interest in fresh, simple cuisine while cooking at The Herbfarm and his Mediterranean creations at Sitka & Spruce earned him recognition as Best New Chef of 2007 in Food & Wine magazine. 2014 has seen the opening of The London Plane, a cafe and grocery shop that compliments Bar Sajor in Pioneer Square.
2010 – Chef Holly Smith of Café Juanita is the 2008 James Beard Foundation winner for Best Chef Northwest. Café Juanita has been recognized by Gourmet Magazine, Top 50 Restaurants, Robb Report, Top 57 Fine Dining, Best Italian Restaurants from Wine Spectator, and four stars from The Seattle Post Intelligencer. Holly was honored again in 2012 to be nominated for Outstanding Chef by the James Beard Foundation.
Learn more about the farms we partner with and how you can support them. The feast is at a different location each year.
Camp Korey – Camp Korey is rooted at the historic 818-acre Carnation Farm, once home to Carnation Farm Milk Company, founded in 1899. Equipped with century-old barns and farmland which once housed livestock, the farm is now renovated with a high quality medical facility, swimming pool, sports courts, climbing wall, zip-line and more, making it the perfect spot for campers to enjoy themselves.
Full Circle – Full Circle Farm started as an organic farm 15 years ago on just 5 acres. They have grown to become one of the West Coast’s major suppliers of organic produce.
Local Roots – Local Roots is a family-run vegetable farm in the Snoqualmie river valley, about 20 miles outside of Seattle. Wife and husband team Siri and Jason, along with a small crew of workers and apprentices, grow about ten acres of vegetables, which we sell at Seattle-area farmers markets, through our Community Supported Agriculture subscription program, and to many fine restaurants.
Oxbow – Oxbow is a 25 acre mixed vegetable, tree fruit and berry organic farm in the Snoqualmie Valley. They have shared their produce with the Seattle area for 14 years through markets, restaurants & their CSA.
Seattle has a thriving music scene and the setting at the feast is perfect for artists to perform. Past artists include…
See photos from past years’ events!
Read more about this exciting annual event through the stories told by journalists, authors, and other media professionals.
Table to farm
The Seattle Times – August 3, 2015
“After a long stretch of too much heat and too many people, I happily escaped to the wilds of Carnation and Oxbow Organic Farm Thursday for the annual Feast on the Farm.”…
Cash Crop at Feast on the Farm
The Seattle Times – July 29, 2014
“I’m just singing in the rain” David Burger smirked as we clomped through the mud of Local Roots Farm in Duvall last Wednesday for the fifth annual Feast on the Farm…
An idyllic farm dinner for Stewardship Partners
The Seattle Times – July 29, 2013
The signs were set up along the trail like Burma-Shave signs on the highway: “Cold … Cocktails … Hot … Dinner.”…
A Night On The Farm…
The Seattle Times – July 30, 2012
I was sitting on a hay bale on a flatbed being pulled by a tractor along a bumpy road in Carnation. And I couldn’t stop smiling. Smart people over at Stewardship Partners: They held their annual “Feast on the Farm” fundraiser at Full Circle Farm for the third time Thursday night…
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