About the Farm 

Growing food and flowers for the next generation

Located on 20 acres in the beautiful Methow Valley, Posterity Farm is committed to using sustainable practices and providing quality food and blooms that support the next generation. All of our products are grown with care, without herbicides or pesticides of any kind, and with a focus on regenerative soil practices. 

Our goal is to provide nutritious and affordable food to our community, whenever possible.

Eat for posterity!


What We Do


Posterity Farm currently grows diversified vegetables in 2 creek-side acres, following the turkey rotation for natural fertilization practices.

Our feature crops include badger flame beets, potatoes, hard- and soft-neck garlic (culinary and seed), onions, and storage squash. 

Our veggies are sold at farmer's markets, to local restaurants and grocery stores, and to wholesale buyers across the state.



Direct-to-consumer, naturally grown turkeys are available each fall to local customers.

We raise 60+ broad-breasted turkeys on rotating pasture with fresh vetch, millet, oats, and field peas, finished with sunflowers. We supplement pasture with local, non-GMO grains and are proud that our birds only have "one bad day".

Reserve your Thanksgiving turkey by contacting us today.*

*We are sold out of turkeys for 2021, but are happy to place you on our waiting list.


In 2021, we introduced flowers into our growing routine and couldn't be happier with this decision. 

Currently, Lizzie (with some help from Amanda) manages a quarter acre of cut flowers for markets and direct-to-consumer.Find us in Chelan on Thursdays (2-6) and in Twisp on Saturdays (9-12) during growing season.

We are currently not marketing events, but are happy to take inquiries about this.

Late summer
Late summer

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Turkey move
Turkey move

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