Our Story

In a time where everyone is getting their food delivered, we don’t want big business to be the only option.

A Network of Washington Growers

Committed to Healthy Food in Urban Spaces

Building a Sustainable Micro Economy

Meet The Team


I believe that people can make everyday choices that can contribute to lasting social and environmental change.

I graduated from The Evergreen State College with a degree in Art, Business and Sustainable Agriculture.  I knew I wanted to start a business that serves a vital need for my community.

Access to quality food is severely lacking in my community, as well as countless other communities around the state. I believe with the right structure, it is possible to make healthy local food available to everyone.

I spent 3 seasons running my own organic farm and soon realized my skill set is better suited for the distribution side of the industry.

As an innovative thinker and artist I believe it is possible to build common sense economic structures that serve our communities better.  Contributing to building a fully sustainable micro-economy in our local food system was my next natural step.



I'm Damon, a Capitol Hill Seattle native, and resident. I went through the Seattle Public School system and graduated from Garfield High School in 1989. I then briefly attended the University of Washington and SCCC, before managing and playing in multiple bands in Seattle for 15 years.

I worked in the restaurant industry for 10 years before starting my own restaurant group in 2002, which opened 5 restaurants, Via Tribunali, between 2003-11.

I opened Sure Can Access Point, a licensed medical marijuana storefront in the West Seattle neighborhood of Seattle in 2011. Which I oversaw all financial operations, marketing, hiring, and buying, through the end of this company in 2015. 

I've driven for ride share companies Lyft and Uber since March 2017.

My Dad was one of the founders of 12th Ave People's Co-Op, which has become the Central Co-Op on Madison St. My Aunt and Uncle have owned and operated Bluebird Farm, an organic farm for over 35 years in Southern Oregon which I was able to spend time working at, and learning about the importance of organic farming.

Having accessible, affordable, clean and natural foods is something that's very important to me, as I know it is to more than the average Seattleite. Sustaining local farms is the only way we can assure this to our communities for generations to come.

Our idea melds these wants, needs, and desires for a vibrant cohabitant community, and puts the power back in the hands of its people. By creating a closed-loop economy we will make much more of an impact than merely bringing Carl his carrots, or Sally her string beans, we'll be providing sustainable jobs and food in the Puget Sound in case the shit really goes down.

No Farms=No Food.