Peace of the Earth Farm (POTE)

Peace of the Earth Farm cultivates vegetables, herbs, and flowers using organic methods (not yet certified). We value fresh food, high crop diversity, community interaction, health of the "agro-ecosystem", and sustainable, organic methods of farming. We believe that our local community will benefit greatly from the cycle of local dollars to local food.
You can contribute to our farm by pledging your support for our kickstarter campaign


Our CSA program is currently on hold while we rehabilitate our soil. If you would like to support Peace of the Earth Farm, please pledge your support for our kickstarter campaign.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

A little history...

Brian is an officer in the USAF and goes by the callsign "tub"; hence, the name of the blog page

Hillary has been studying sustainable agriculture at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA.

We have a4 year old daughter named Madeline who goes by the nickname "Maddy"

About 6 months ago, some personal friends of ours Jon and Pat Lantz offered up their property in Rosedale, Washington. They wanted someone to use the property and knew we had an interest in agriculture.

We jumped at the chance! We are starting off small, but plan to expand to the surrounding acreage in the coming years. We are going to start a CSA and invite the community to purchase shares of the farm. For their investment, shareholders will receive boxes of produce weekly.

We can't wait to expand the farm and bring our fresh, organic produce to Gig Harbor and surrounding communities. Your visits to this site and interest in advertisers will generate dollars that will go right back into the farm. We really appreciate the support!

Please visit often and follow our progress. We want the farm to become a part of the community and your support will make that a reality.

Thanks for supporting Peace of the Earth Organic Farm...



  1. I thought it was a play on the word 'tuber.' I stand corrected.

  2. Brian,

    Love the looks of the farm. While I was browsing today, I thought of another site that you may find interesting, I know they have had stuff on keeping raccoons out. The link is: