Moonbow Farmstead is nestled between the southern edge of Washington's Black Hills and the banks of the Black River on the traditional lands of the Chehalis Tribe.
We founded Moonbow Farmstead in 2014 and share these 38 acres with pigs, sheep, chickens, dogs and cats. Several large vegetable gardens and orchards provide us with much of the food we need. We currently offer grass-fed lamb and pastured pork for sale.
We are committed to growing the most nutritious and delicious food while remaining aware and respectful of the natural ecosystem of which we are a part. We implement practices that limit our effects on the land, and allow for animals to thrive in a healthy environment. We love to grow great food and share it with the community, in the hopes of increasing access to quality food.