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Midori Farm was started by Hanako Myers and Marko Colby in 2008 on a 5 acre parcel of rented land.  In 2013 we purchased 29 acres in the Quilcene valley, which was created by the Little and Big Quilcene rivers flowing from the Olympic Mountains into pristine Quilcene Bay. This confluence has created a deep and fertile sandy clay loam soil ideal for raising crops.

Each year with the help of many hands we've grown many acres of high quality produce, hundreds of thousands of seedlings for area gardens, crafted farm grown fermented vegetables, and provided seeds on contract for commercial seed companies.   

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We are inspired by the natural world yet we realize farming is inherently unnatural and there in lies the work of the farmer.  We continually strive to improve our systems and realize the most sustainable farm is one that stays in business and creates a livelihood for those who tend it.  


I'm always looking for new and exciting opportunities. Let's connect.


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