We were curious how an organic farm is run here in the Pacific Northwest, so we asked Andrew Stout, founder and general manager of Full Circle Farm, a few questions.
How did you become interested in farming?
I started farming with my wife Wendy and my good friend John in the mid 90’s. We all felt drawn to the noble occupation of growing good honest food for our community in an environmentally responsible way. We were only a few years out of college and were looking for a meaningful career that challenged us mentally and physically while allowing our entrepreneurial spirit to thrive. If farming didn’t work out, I wanted to be a teacher. As it turned out I have the privilege of doing both – educating young and old, about the merits of organic farming, the importance of good food, the satisfaction of a hard day’s work and best of all the delights of a delicious shared meal. Read more