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Coming Soon to Paradise Farm - Fergus and Sirius, the Livestock Guardian Dogs

By Stacy Aleksich
Wildlife of Paradise Farm - Why Do Surveys
Sirius (near fence), and Fergus (behind). Bonding well already.

As you may have seen in the September 2017 Frog Blog, Farmer Frog’s Paradise Farm site shares its space with LOTS of wildlife. In the past year we have documented black bear, black-tailed deer, bobcat, owl, rabbit, coyotes and river otters, just to name a few, traveling through the fifteen-acre farm site which is located in the 793-acre Paradise Valley Conservation Area.

Garden Warrior Carlos

By Zsofia Pasztor
Garden Warrior Carlos

Congratulations to Carlos—pictured showing off a sunflower—on being selected as a Garden Warrior. Carlos is a fifth grader at Discovery Elementary School and is the president of his school’s Verde Garden Club. The school started their garden only one year ago and Carlos has been one of the most dedicated and enthusiastic leaders.

The Wildlife of Paradise Farm: Why do habitat surveys?

By Stacy Aleksich

The past three months at Paradise Farm have been very busy as Farmer Frog appreciated volunteers at July’s potluck, the Black Bear family grew and thrived, and people planted, harvested, and ate food together. Potluck attendees took a tour of the farm to see how Farmer Frog is bringing the farm site back into agricultural use with practices that support the Paradise Valley ecosystem.

Volunteer to support school gardens this summer!

By Farmer Frog

Want to get involved and help support school and community garden education and healthy eating?

School’s out and they depend on Farmer Frog volunteers to help maintain their gardens through the summer! We are in serious need of summer volunteers at several of our garden locations and at our Farmers Market booth in Everett.