Changing Seasons Farm is a small family farm growing a wide variety of vegetables using ecologically sustainable methods. Their produce is Certified Naturally Grown, and the farm is Salmon-Safe certified. The farm provides produce to people in the Seattle – Eastside area through on-farm purchase. They also offer Consumer Supported Agriculture (CSA) boxes that are available for pick up at the farm and in Issaquah, Washington.
Today, volunteers will help us maintain the restored riparian habitat at Changing Seasons Farm along the Snoqualmie River in the scenic Snoqualmie Valley. We’ll perform restoration site maintenance on past planting by clearing invasive plants, and plant native trees and shrubs. The project site may be located on relatively rough terrain and there is a fair amount of walking involved.
How to prepare:
We provide gloves, tools, water, volunteer supervision and an overview of the work volunteers will be doing. We suggest you dress in layers (long pants, long sleeve shirt and a jacket). Sturdy footwear (work boots, mud boots, hiking boots) are recommended. Please bring rain gear if you have it and older clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty or muddy. We’ll provide light refreshments in the morning (coffee, pastries and water). Bring lunch and snacks if you would like as well as a full water bottle and a coffee cup or travel mug for refreshments. In addition, we do not hold anyone to the full length of the event.
Directions (Please carpool as much as
possible as parking is limited):
Changing Seasons Farm is located approximately 30 miles northeast of downtown Seattle.
- From downtown Seattle take WA-520 East towards Bellevue
- Stay on WA 520 East for ~15 miles
- Take the exit onto WA-202 E (Redmond Way) and go for 2.9 miles
- Continue on NE Redmond-Fall City Rd (WA-202) for 5.2 miles
- Turn left onto NE Tolt Hill Road and go for about 2.5 miles
- Turn right onto W Snoqualmie River Road NE and go for about 1.8 miles
- Turn left into Changing Seasons Farm (look for the A-frame Snoqualmie Stewardship Signs)
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