Since 2001, Dan Di Cicco and his wife, Lynda Kofford-Di Cicco, have raised a lot of kids—but they’re not your typical family. The Di Ciccos, a teacher (him) and nurse (her) by day, are goat farmers who have around 200 goats in their flock annually, raising them primarily for their lean, lamb-like meat. (Although Lynda admits to having a soft spot for the furry critters, saying some “get to live out their days here.”)
At the couple’s 29-acre Toboton Creek Ranch free-roaming goats are brought up on a balanced hay-and-grass diet.
Where fine food begins… Since 2001, David & Cindy Krepky have owned and operated Dog Mountain Farm which has served the Snoqualmie Valley community and Seattle area by providing farm-fresh vegetables, fruit, eggs, herbs, flowers, eggs, poultry meat, and pork. We use sustainable growing methods without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or commercial fertilizers. We strive to produce nutrient dense food that is superior in flavor and shelf life and provides a broad range of health benefits. Our livestock are humanely raised on pasture without antibiotics or hormones. Building a strong biological system in our soil is the focus of our agricultural management.
PCC’s reputation as a leader in providing food that is both ethically and locally sourced is well deserved. On top of this they also provide invaluable instruction classes for all ages and skill levels on a multitude of topics. I do all of my shopping here both personally and professionally as well as teach courses for their PCC Cooks department. Look for my classes in the upcoming schedule.