Bluebirds appear in the Methow Valley during spring, when it’s time to plant our crops. They stay here for the growing season, and take off around harvest time.
For us, bluebirds are a reminder that every single thing we do as farmers is connected to—and impacts—the environment at large. We believe that nutritious food produced from nature is the cornerstone of a healthy community. And we take pride in making great food available to our friends, our neighbors, and you.
Brooke and Sam Lucy met while walking our dogs on a Methow Valley road years ago, within sight of the scenic spot where the Bluebird granary stands today. Bluebird is a family business. Sam does most of the farming and oversees the granary and mill. Brooke manages PR, sales and packaging. Larkin bakes the emmer cookies for our farmer’s markets and our monthly tours. Mariah is chief of floor sweeping. Our small and wonderful staff, C.J., Halley, and Walt do all the rest!