Harmony Fields

Harmony Fields makes artisan, farmstead sheep cheese and grows WSDA certified 100% organic herbs. Our mission is to produce nutritious, high-quality food and medicine using organic and ecological farming techniques.

Harmony Fields – situated in the Skagit Valley of Washington State, between Seattle, WA and Vancouver B.C. – makes artisan, farmstead sheep cheese. We also offer certified animal welfare approved yarn, wool, and meat and grow WSDA certified 100% organic herbs and flowers. Our mission is to produce nutritious, high-quality food using regenerative farming practices. On the farm, we offer events that foster creativity, kindness, and place-based living.

| So Fresh

Sally’s Best from Harmony Fields is a rich, spreadable, ewe’s milk freshy that Washington folks gladly dine on all spring and summer. It is clean, lactic, bright, and a little unctuous due to the higher fat content present in the milk. This versatile cheese can go sweet or savoury. Try it on an Effie’s biscuit with some local honey or lemon curd, or stuff celery with it and sprinkle EBTB (Everything But the Bagel) seasoning on top!

Photo by Harmony Fields.

| Stamp of Approval

Cheese folks tend to be strong advocates for sustainability and humane animal husbandry. When we asked Harmony Fields what sets them apart from other farmstead operations, they replied, “Our cheese, meat, and wool [are] Certified Animal Welfare Approved by A Greener World. Our sheep creamery is solar-powered, and we also reuse our wastewater for irrigation. Our compost is used to fertilize our herb fields.”

Photo by Harmony Fields.

| Feta Makes it Better

Harmony Fields’ Fleecemaker is the feta du jour in Washington, with its rich texture, perfect salinity, and its versatility with respect to food combos. As we all revel in the summer heat, we turn to refreshing watermelon, feta, and mint salad with a flute of crisp Cava, or grilled squash with a generous amount of Fleecemaker broiled on top, or a classic Greek salad. But it also makes for a cheese and charcuterie board bliss bite. Trust us. Get your hands on this seasonally fleeting Washingtonian superstar and sing its well deserved praises!

Photo from Rachael Lucas.

| Worth the Search

Lots of folks want to know where they can get their hands on Harmony Fields sheep cheese and herbs. Besides being peppered throughout the Seattle area at retailers that appreciate and carry their artisan products, you can visit the cheese makers directly at their farm stand on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9-5, the Bellingham Farmer’s Market Saturdays from 10-2, Bellingham at the Waterfront on Wednesdays from 4-7, and the Skagit Valley Farmer’s Market at Christianson’s Nursery on Sundays from 10-2. For more information on where to get this seasonal fare, feel free to reach out to them directly or through their website.

Photo by Harmony Fields.

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