Full Circle Farm took on the sustainable farming philosophy before it was cool to go organic. We explore how they grew the Slow Food movement, and how Slow Fashion is related and on the horizon.
Full Circle Farms was founded in 1996 when Andrew Stout and a few of his friends, then in their 20s, decided to lease some farmland in North Bend in Eastern Washington. They worked long hours through trial and error, launching a community-supported agriculture (CSA) program, which were growing in popularity at the time. All the while they focused on produce that was free of herbicides and pesticides, and sustainably farmed to preserve the earth and environment.Read more