Welcome to Dancing Seeds Farm!

Once a dairy operation in the early 1900s, this historic farm became Glad Acres in the mid-20th century with a communal living setting. In the 1980s, it was the Moon and Sixpence Bed and Breakfast. And shortly after the start of the 21st century, the property became a biointensive organic farm.

In 2017 the farm found new owners yet again, and here we are! Each member of our team brings to the farm a unique set of passions and interests, and together we’ve developed a unified vision that incorporates land stewardship, healthy food, a love of learning, and appreciating the joys inherent on the farm.

We spent our first full year, 2018, experimenting with a wide array of vegetables, herbs, flowers, fruits, and poultry. Now, we’re sharpening our focus. In 2019, we’ll be concentrating even more on those foods and flowers that our land will support and that our customers want to enjoy. Join our mailing list or stop by our farm store to learn more!

Spring update: Our lettuces and other salad greens are popping, and spring onions have sprung! Radishes and other root vegetables are coming along, and our herbs are bountiful and beautiful. Of course, our hens are busy laying eggs, too.

Our farm store is now open 12-6 Tuesdays, but if that doesn’t work for you, stop by any weekday afternoon to see what we’ve got available for purchase on the honor system. Please bring cash and be sure to record what you buy. If you need help, ring the doorbell on the farm store and it will reach us via Wi-fi.

You can also find us every Saturday at the San Juan Island Farmer’s Market 9:30 to 1:00.