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Ok, we admit this is flat-out advertising, but our apprenti are into chickens this year and they’ve raised a flock of Freedom Ranger broilers here on the farm, caring carefully for them under Louisa’s supervision since they arrived as one-day old chicks. The flock was raised free range and fed the best organic feed from our fine local supplier, Harley Soltes. They were freshly killed this morning and now you can get one (or more) now at just $5 a pound. Better hurry though, they are going fast.

It is BBQ time and nothing tastes better than fresh barbecued chicken. If you want one (or more), and you want to support our apprentices’ chicken project, contact Katt Tolman at Katt.tolman@gmail.com



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Coming soon: “The Season”, a running account of life through the growing season on a microfarm located west of Seattle. Our season runs from March 1, when our four apprentices arrive from around the U.S., to the final slaughter of our turkeys and lambs in Nov. Over that time, you will get to know Persephone farm through words, photos, videos and sound bites, and we will discuss issues of food economics and politics through the lens of our farm. Join us in this annual adventure.