This is a Pivotal Time for Greenbank Farm

Port of Coupeville Finances and Greenbank Farm – double sided 8.5 x 14 document

 

Read a July 25 letter to the editor by Terry Rose

“Commissioners should right Greenbank wrong” letter to the editor on July 23

“Who are these people who like the decision” letter to the editor on July 23

“Greenbank decision not done in good faith” letter to the editor on July 23

“This member of public unhappy with decision” letter to the editor on July 18

“Greenbank Farm tenants worry about future leases” article on July 15

“Greenbank Farm decision was rash, disrespectful” editorial on July 11

“The Farm Needs You” blog post on July 10

“Port of Coupeville terminates Greenbank Farm management negotiations” article on July 8

WSU officials clear air to Greenbank Farm takeover rumors – letter on July 6

“Port of Coupeville, WSU talks raise alarm at Greenbank Farm” article on June 19

“Pivotal Moments Happen” blog post on June 18

“Talk of possible WSU campus at historic farm has some worried.” – King 5 on June 18

“Agreement reached in Greenbank Farm management contract” article on April 16

More letters to the editor are coming. As of July 29, we had some difficulty accessing online versions.

 

 

Port Contact Info

We have recently experienced an increase in the number of requests for information on how to contact the Commissioners and Executive Director for the Port of Coupeville. Click here to be directed to that information.

 

Have questions for the Farm? Contact us at director@greenbankfarm.com

 

Underneath all our activities…

Greenbank Farm SignGreenbank Farm is a community-founded nonprofit organization which manages 151 acres of publicly owned space and a historic farm, located at the center of Whidbey Island.

Our community has defined four areas of focus which are important to them:

We are building programs that teach by example that:

  • environmental stewardship is a necessary part of sustainable agriculture and commerce
  • agriculture is a necessary part of a healthy economy
  • nutritious food is a necessary part of a healthy life, made healthier by outdoor recreation
  • and that community is what keeps it all in balance.

gardeningWhether you visit for a couple of hours, come for the day, book your wedding here, make us a regular stop, or take part in our residential Organic Farm School, we hope you come with curiosity and leave with a deeper understanding of how human activity can work WITH the natural world instead of in spite of it.