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Farm Shoot in Skagit River Delta

Posted by Leonard on September, 5, 2014

I’ve recently been enjoying working with New Roots Organics, a Seattle based organic produce delivery company. You may recognize their warehouse between Fremont and Ballard by it’s giant purple metal beet hanging outside. Last week we made a visit to Frog Song Farm in Conway WA, in the Skagit River Valley to do some filming for a new series of videos for New Roots. This is some of the most fertile farmland in the nation, recently having officially surpassed the San Joaquin Valley. Frog Song is adjacent to Dry Slough Orchard, owned by the Frog Song owner’s dad. Together, they farm on a beautiful space on Fir island, ringed by dykes holding back the Skagit River on 2 sides and the ocean on another. Extensive golden wheat fields across the road looking east stretch toward Cascade mt peaks in the distance. We arrived early morning and it was gorgeous, greeted with fresh muffins and coffee, fruit, cheese and fresh crab caught in the nearby spit the day before, spread on a picnic table in the orchard. It was a great day filming vegetables growing and harvested.




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