Six sisters. Six acres. One hell of a mission.

Sam / Jenson / Kat / Katy / Cassie / Christy

SisterLand Farms is a place where food grows. Sure. But it’s also bigger than that.

On our 6 acre property in Clallam County, WA, we’re cultivating a space that embodies our vision of a better world; a space for the marriage of agriculture and restoration ecology; a space for minorities to train in an industry burdened by homogeneity; a space for our community to come and find peace.

Not a peace that silences, shames, or undermines. But the peace that comes from doing what you believe is right. Our farm will be a sanctuary for the radicals among us; the ones who strive endlessly to challenge, critique, and build bravely–in Port Angeles and beyond.

SisterLand is the brainchild of a family of sisters–each bringing their own experiences, frustrations, and talents to the communal table. What can you expect to be grown by a banker, a paramedic, a writer, a dancer, a manager, and a student? Food. Sure. But also something bigger.



About our CSA

Our farm uses the Community Supported Agriculture model of growth, or “CSA.”

This means that our customers are actually subscribers; paying a flat fee for 20-25 weeks of equally divided harvests. What does a week’s worth of harvested farm goods look like? Good question!

The organically-grown fruits and vegetables we grow and harvest will vary with climate, resources, changing ecological populations, and quality control assessments. For the most part, a week of food includes leafy salad-type greens, root vegetables, fruit and/or fruiting vegetables, and herbs. But there’s even more to look forward to!

At SisterLand, each week also includes a freshly picked floral bouquet. What’s more: We strive to include at least one foraged native food in your share each week–recipe card and cooking tips included!

CSA membership is $600/year, meaning you spend around $25/week for a sack full of just-picked, locally-grown, lovingly nurtured food and flowers. We deliver every Saturday at the Port Angeles Farmers’ Market between 10am and 2pm, but also deliver to homes within the Port Angeles/Sequim area for $5 per delivery.

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