Foxglove Food and Fiber Farm

16720 Erickson Road SW
Longbranch, WA 98351
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Hours of Operation

    • May 16 - October 25
    • Wednesdays: 3 PM - 7 PM
    • You may order from our website and pick up at our farm. Fiber products can be shipped. Check out our Etsy store!

Payments Accepted

  • Cash & Check
  • Credit & Debit
  • Fresh Bucks

Where to Buy

  • Farmstand/Farm Store

Products Offered

  • Eggs
    • Chicken
  • Fruit & Nuts
    • Apples, Pears, Strawberries
  • Herbs & Botanicals
    • basil, chives, dill, Mint
  • Vegetables
    • cherry tomatoes, collard greens, cucumbers, green beans, Root crops Fresh Herbs Peas Beans Peppers Potatos Eggplant Summer squash Winter squash Garlic Shallots Onions Scallions Broccolini Cauliflower Kale Swiss Chard Collards Spinach Arugula and more!, tomatoes
  • Yarn & Fiber
    • raw wool, Roving, Yarn

Located on the stunning Key Peninsula, Foxglove Farm is a small, family-owned farm specializing in fruits and vegetables and locally grown and produced yarn and fiber. Focusing on heirloom and unusual produce varieties such as Strawberry apples and Tatsoi greens, we implement organic growing practices and strive for a closed system farming environment by purposely selecting additions that serve multiple functionalities benefiting our bio-network.

Our farm family includes seven Pygora goats, two Nigerian Dwarf goats, Shetland and Salish sheep who are well-loved and an integral part of our closed system process. With our livestock, we create small-batch, single-source yarn and fiber, control invasive species such as Himalayan blackberry, enrich our compost, and maintain an intensely managed pasture.

We work closely with Pierce Conservation District to protect our waterways and to restore the small stream on our property back to a salmon-spawning site. Our values drive us to invest in our local economy and support and promote other Washington farmers, especially women and people of color.

Farm Practices

We implement organic growing practices and strive for a closed system farming environment by purposely selecting additions that serve multiple functionalities and benefiting our bionetwork. We also work closely with Pierce Conservation District to protect our waterways and to restore the small stream on our property back to a salmon-spawning site.

Markets

Find us at your local Farmers Market