Songbird Haven Farm

Woodinville, Washington, USA

Songbird Haven Farm grows seasonal fruits and vegetables on a half-acre plot on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people, but there’s a lot more to it. Farmers Noa Kay and Mark Albonizio want the local community to have a connection with the food they eat.

By signing up for the weekly CSA veggie boxes, customers enjoy healthy diets while also getting to know the soil the produce was grown in and the couple that worked incredibly hard to grow it. Furthermore, Noa and Mark have a strong bond with nature and farm in a way that supports creatures above and below the ground. They follow no-till and organic techniques to create healthy soils, produce, and people.

The couple also works with the seasons to grow delicious crops year-round. Believing strongly in the parallel between human and environmental health, Songbird Haven Farm has made it a duty to learn regenerative practices to fix a broken food system, boost local communities, and help the climate while doing it.

Making a real difference.

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Catherine is a Canadian award-winning journalist who worked as a reporter and news anchor in Montreal’s radio and television scene for 10 years. A graduate of Concordia University, she left the hustle and bustle of the business after starting a family. Now, she’s the editor and a writer for Garden Culture Magazine while also enjoying being a mom to her two young kids. Her interests include great food, gardening, fitness, animals, and anything outdoors.

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