We (Amy and Agustin) have been farming together since 2005. We were both working on an organic farm in the Snoqualmie Valley where Agustin was the tractor and packing shed manager and I was the greenhouse manager. After our daughter Gabriela was born we moved down to Pierce County to continue our farming journey. We love the hustle and bustle of the farming season. Our son Hector loves to learn about the machinery while Gabriela aspires to manage the store.
We feel incredibly blessed to have the opportunity to utilize our passion for farming by bringing healthy, wholesome food to our local community. With the help of our extended family, friends and customers, Four Elements Farm is a thriving asset to the Puyallup Valley and beyond.
For as long as anyone can remember, this land has been farmed. Products ranging from pumpkins and flower bulbs to Christmas trees and cattle have thrived on what is now the Four Elements Farm in the Puyallup Valley. When the farm was listed for sale, PCC Farmland Trust in collaboration with Pierce County conserved the land so that it remains in agriculture forever. We are honored to follow the esteemed farmers who have tended this land before us.
Our farm has 56 farmable acres, 70+ year old blueberry plants, and riparian habitat along Ball Creek, a tributary to the Puyallup River. After several years of growing organic food in Pierce County, we decided it was time to find a place where we could lay down some roots and follow our dream of having our own farm. Little by little, with the help of our family and friends we are creating a place for our community to come together and enjoy all our local farms have to offer.