Seedpod Farm

is a family owned and operated farm.  We aim to be good stewards of the land- producing naturally grown products utilizing sustainable, low-impact farming methods.


With an eye towards sustainability, we try to choose breeds of animals that are on the The Livestock Conservancy's list of endangered species.


Over 150 varieties of fruits, vegetables and herbs are cultivated on the farm.


Making the most of what the land has to offer, we also create a variety of value added products available seasonally.



Do you long to connect with the country?  Whether it's a co-op or social group, we offer tailored curricula that is aligned with state/federal standards for your group at a nominal fee.  Activities are tailored to the season you're touring- whether it's planting pumpkins, learning about the principles of permaculture, farming in harmony with the land, or raising animals in a grass-based system- we're happy to share what we're doing.  Contact us for more information.


Garden Tour

Interested in what we do?  Join us for a walk around the Veg Patch with the farmers of Seedpod Farm.  Learn how we organize our Patch, stroll through the raised square foot garden beds....Gain insight and inspiration for your own garden.  $5/ person......$20/family.  Call to arrange a time to see what we do!  



Three CSA Plans to choose from-  Check out the "Community Supported Agriculture" Tab above.

OR- email for more info.



Are available for direct

farm sales.  $4.50/dozen

              Please e-mail

              for availability-

We are located on the banks of the Skookumchuck River in Centralia, Washington- half way between Portland, OR and Seattle, WA. 

Click here to see our location.



Our thanks for that courtesy.



2330 Howard Avenue

Centralia, Washington    98531

PHONE-  360/807-4693



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We're trying something different this year with the goal of providing safe, on-farm opportunities to connect with each other and your food all the while gaining the skills to provide food for yourself and others. (Check out the CSA Tab above for more info).

SERVANT SHARE CSA This year we'll be offering a shared gardening experience that is perfect for your family or pod. From mid-June through October, we will be offering 3, 2 hour sessions per week.  Come to one or all......


Tuesdays 9-11AM

Wednesdays 8:30-10:30AM

Thursday 4-6PM

During these specific times you can come to the farm and tend a raised bed which easily produces food for a family of 6-8.  We will provide everything you need-A square-foot gardening plan, seed, seedlings, soil amendments and will tend to the watering.  Likewise, we'll provide a weekly "menu" of what's ready to harvest, recipe suggestions, guidance and support as you move through the gardening season.  Our goal is always to provide you with the skills and confidence to garden for yourself after a season with us. 

This is also a great outing to have with your pod.  We can maintain social distancing & follow current CDC guidelines in the Veg Patch while we work and learn alongside each other.

As with years past-we will also be preparing food to donate weekly---passing along the abundance.  We have chosen to focus on low income seniors that might not have access to other food outlets.

Summer Share-

12 Weeks mid-June thru August. ($300)

Fall Share-

8 Weeks September & October ($200)

The Flower Patch CSA Pick up seasonally crafted bouquet each week at a reduced rate from June 2nd -Sept 1st.  14 weeks/ $210.  For each Flower Patch CSA that is purchased, Seedpod Farm will be donating bouquets to a local Hospice organization for distribution to our neighbors in Lewis County that are walking their final journey. 


2021 Servant Share CSA

Save the Dates!!

Carve out time for yourself to join us for a quiet, contemplative walk in the midst of nature.  Be sure to check the website-for any particular instructions.  Walks proceed rain or shine……No pets on the property please.


Gratitude Walk- Sunday, November 22nd 2-4pm  We have much to be grateful for….even in these interesting times!  Join us for a directed walk focusing on gratitude and balance.


Winter Solstice- Monday, December 21st- 4pm-6pm an evening walk by candlelight to usher out the darkness…..and bring forth the light!


Renewal Scrolls-Friday, January 1st- 4pm-6pm. A Gullett family tradition the burning of renewal scrolls to usher in the new year.  Start the new year off with all the best intention with a candlelight walk and ritual of letting go of regrets and declaring intentions for the year ahead.


Faith, Hope, and Love- Saturday, February 13th 2pm.  Join us for a guided walk focusing on faith, hope and love….the perfect Valentine’s Day celebration!


Lenten Contemplation-

Wednesdays, February 17th- March 31st, 11am-1pm. 

Join us for facilitated walks focusing on Hope, Vision, Forgiveness, Restoration & Renewal.  These meditative walks are designed to bring deeper meaning to this special time of year.

Second Sunday Series Kick Off- Sunday, March 14th, 2-4pm.  Join us in supporting a local nonprofit and their mission by walking The Keystone Labyrinth on the Second Sunday at Seedpod Farm.  All proceeds will go towards the month’s nonprofit.



 Interested in planning an event for your small group or business?  Eager to mark a milestone or honor a transition?  We’re here for you and your team!  Julie Gullett, MEd and Advance Labyrinth Facilitator through Veriditas, would be happy to work with you to plan a meaningful experience for you and your group.


For more information contact-

Julie Gullett,, 360-807-4693 (land line)

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