Welcome to Silver Maple Farm!

 USDA Certified Organic
Farm fresh to your table.

We are a USDA Certified Organic Farm through Oregon Tilth who inspects our records and farm operations annually to assure compliance within the National Organic Program (NOP). We invite you to follow along on our journey to provide you with quality and wholesome fruits and vegetables fresh from our farm to your table for all to enjoy.

                                           ~Loren & Kathy Kohler

Farm News

Quantities in stock updated Wednesday-Saturday by noon.

 

The farm will be closed this Saturday.

Come on by and visit our booth at the Sultan Farmer’s Market Saturday from 10-2:00 for the same fresh produce.  

Beans & Peas now available in our farm store.

See you at the Farm! ~ Loren & Kathy

Culinary & Traditional Medicinal Herbs

On the advice of several customers and the young man who delivers our firewood, we’ve broadened our selection of herbs. We chose a sundrenched area with accessible water in the southwest section of our front-row garden and Loren built nine raised beds.

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Herb Beds at Silver Maple Farm of Washington
Silver Maple Farm of Washington Sultan Shindig parade float
It’s a Parade!

It’s a Parade!

Saturday, July 9th, our family represented our farm in the annual Sultan Shindig Parade. Our talented son Ben & daughter-in-law, Amanda, built and painted the float towed behind the tractor, featuring produce we grow here at Silver Maple Farm. Our lovely...

Building Again?

Building Again?

Soon after we installed our 20×24’ greenhouse in January of 2021, we realized the size didn’t match our vision for Silver Maple Farm. So, this winter we installed a gothic style 24×60’ greenhouse.

What’s Growing in Our Gardens?

What’s Growing in Our Gardens?

Work slowed little here on the farm this winter. In early January, Loren and I pored through seed catalogs, decided what varieties we wanted to offer our customers, and plotted out over half an acre of garden beds. Bundles of seed packages began arriving in February, and soon after we planted hundreds of veggie starts in our greenhouse.