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Farm to fridge produce from Wolther Family Farm at BMS garden


Michele Smith

Kelley Wolther has been getting the garden at the Blue Mountain Station ready for spring planting.

DAYTON--Kelley Wolther, of Wolther Family Farm, has leased the garden at the Blue Mountain Station from the Port of Columbia.

The Wolther family has been selling produce from the farm garden, on the South Touchet River, for the past few years, and they were looking to expand.

"This was a good opportunity," she said.

Wolther plans to sell fruit and vegetables, and she will have eggs for sale at the Co-op in about a month.

She is also planning to offer $20 farm to fridge produce baskets with weekly allocations. This will be similar to a CSA program but on a week-by-week basis. Seasonal items...

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