Community Potluck!

Tuesday, July 10, 5-8pm. RSVP strongly encouraged (so we can set up enough tables!) 

The Organic Farm School, Whidbey Institute, Whidbey Island Waldorf School, and Aldermarsh Retreat Center invite you to come see how much progress the students at the Organic Farm School have made and revel in a sense of community! Hang out with Farm students and wander the Farm site. Learn something new about the network of small scale farming on Whidbey Island. And enjoy the laughter and meaty conversations that always go with a community potluck!

Please RSVP by clicking HERE so we know how to best handle parking and table set ups. We’ll do our best to have adequate tables and chairs but if you have a couple of lawn chairs, or a nice blanket for old-school picnicking, please think about bringing such things. The RSVP is also helpful so we can send additional info/directions to you as the event gets closer.


Tour of the Farm available at 5. Wear comfortable walking shoes. 

Place dishes out on community table at 5:30

Come and Get It at 6pm

Short Program at 6:45

more eating, conversation & wandering 7:30-8pm


Bring a dish that travels well and can serve 8-10 or more (with a card that identifies its ingredients, for the safety of those who food allergies). Also, bring your own serving utensils, plates and silverware.

The OFS will provide iced tea and lemonade. You are welcome to BYOB, but drink responsibly knowing this is a family friendly event.

Can’t join us right at 5:30 or 6?…come when you can, just know the “menu” will change as folks move through the line.

Farm Tour

Friday, June 1, 2018, 3-5pm. RSVP required.

Join OFS Executive Director, Judy Feldman, for a walking tour of the Farm. You'll learn about our students, what they are growing and learning, and how you can get involved.


September 14, 2017

Getting Started With Seed Production

Join OFS Instructor, Aaron Varadi, and OFS grad, Nathaniel Talbot, from 5-8pm on September 14, for a lively and real conversation about the economics, biology, mechanics and practical considerations for growing vegetable seed, as well as differences between seed and veg production. We'll be doing lots of hands on threshing, screening and winnowing at both a hand scale as well as with the OFS equipment. The event is geared toward folks interested in doing seed production on a small commercial scale, but totally applicable to the home gardener interested in seed saving.

Free Admission - but RSVP to receive parking directions (email aaron@organicfarmschool.org)