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Eagle Scout Project Restores Historic Barn at Paradise Farm

Volunteers from Boy Scout Troop 574 participated with an Eagle Scout project organized by Joe Comstock at the historic Lloyd Family Farm, which is now part of the Paradise Lake Conservation Area and the headquarters property of Farmer Frog.

The project included rebuilding a historic milk barn, clearing overgrown areas of weeds and vines, reorganizing a woodshed, and preserving a patch of rhubarb plants. The preservation of the milk barn will give community members an educational experience while enjoying the farm, native wetland, forest, and trails.

Peas 4 Peace – Building community in the garden!

“When we come together to eat and talk, we are all just people, just and people. Farmer Frog is launching a new project: Peas 4 Peace. We will open our gardens and farms for community potlucks and dinner gatherings with the condition that community AND local law enforcement participate together. When we fall in love with each other, we stop the killings and we start supporting.” Zsofia Pasztor, Farmer Frog Founder & Director

Partnership with UW Bothell brings solar power to Paradise Farm!

Students from the University of Washington Mechanical Engineering program designed a solar panel system for our headquarters property, Paradise Farm, as their senior capstone project.

Sustainable Aquaponics at Farmer Frog (SAFF) is a collaborative effort between Farmer Frog and the Community-Based Learning and Research program at University of Washington Bothell. Mechanical engineering students from the 2016 graduating class designed and constructed a scalable solar array for collecting renewable energy, helping Farmer Frog promote environmentally-responsible practices for sustainable farming and a sustainable future.