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back to the farm
July 27 & 28, 2013
The Loganberry Festival is a celebration of all of the many attributes of Greenbank Farm. It is the opportunity to spotlight the land, programs and relationships the Farm serves to nurture. As such the Festival encompasses:
- Community produced goods, arts, services and food
- Farming based activities and experiences
- Family focused entertainment and games
- Agricultural and environmental education
- Tenant sales and service
- History of the Farm
Back to the Farm is the key concept defining our intention to provide you and your family with a uniquely Whidbey farms experience and spotlight the activities and initiatives of the community experience.
Greenbank Farm’s legacy is a rich part of the history of Whidbey Island. The Farm is sustained by the Port of Coupeville and a dedicated group of tenants, volunteers, and friends of the Farm. We are inspired by the abundant habitat we steward and our Agricultural Training Center’s development of new farmers.
All of the activities you will experience at the Festival are particular to the Farm and local to Whidbey and its nearby neighbors. You will meet artists, entertainers, farmers, food vendors, service organizations and volunteers, all of whom are neighbors and produced their goods and services themselves.
The wonderful volunteers and Friends of the Farm who make the festival possible span all segments of our Whidbey community including corporate groups, the Navy, service organizations, and many generous private individuals.
Activities at Loganberry Festival include:
- Equestrian demonstrations, 4H animals and dog agility
- Local handcrafted arts and crafts
- Regional foods
- Chalk art
- Adult and youth pie eating
- Top flight music on a new stage
- beer and wine garden
- Agriculture Training Center tours
- Nature walks and field animals
Please join us on July 27 and 28 – rain or shine. There’s plenty of parking (donation supports farm training). Our galleries and shops are open. Fun and new experiences for all the family.
Interested in being a vendor?
If you’re interested in being a vendor, please select, complete and send in your application to:
Loganberry Vendors / Greenbank Farm/ 765 Wonn Road A2012 / Greenbank, WA 98253
If you were a vendor last year, you may send in your completed application with payment. If you were not a vendor last year, please refrain from sending payment until you have been officially accepted. We will gladly look at your completed applications.
2013 Loganberry Applications:
Please note: all vendors must have a Liability Waiver on file