SoulCedar Farm is a small scale, holistic farm located in Quilcene, Washington. Sage Coy and Max Evans, couple and co-owners, believe in the importance of nourishing food and of reciprocal relationships between people, plants and land. These fundamentals fuel the body, mind and spirit, with access to wholesome food as the root of healthy human growth.
SoulCedar Farm strives to bolster local food systems through creative canned goods and shelf stable shrubs (“sipping vinegars”). Sage and Max grow and wild harvest as much produce for their products as possible, and hope to minimize food waste by connecting with other small Peninsula farms for the rest. Nature is not fragmented; it is comprised of its intertwined inhabitants, depending on one another to nurture the whole. Cooperation in the local Peninsula farming network works in the same way, supporting all and creating a balanced community ecosystem.
SoulCedar’s Ginger Turmeric Shrub is being featured in Finnriver Cidery’s Fall Pantry gift set, along with goodies from other local makers!
Find their Chow Chow (sweet cabbage relish) as well as other products at the Chimacum corner store and a variety of their Shrubs at the Quilcene Village Store!
SoulCedar Farm can be found every Saturday from 9-2 at the Jefferson County farmers market in Port Townsend!