Fri, Jul 21|
Lummi Island- Wild Foods of the Salish Sea
This camp celebrates the wild food of the Salish Sea. We’ll learn how to forage seaweed by kayak, enjoy wild salmon on an isolated beach, eat local bivalves and crabs, and much more. We'll be headquartered at the beautiful Nettles Farm B & B on Lummi Island.
Time & Location
Jul 21, 3:00 PM – Jul 23, 12:00 PM
Lummi Island, 4300 Matia View Dr, Lummi Island, WA 98262, USA
About the event
Lummi Island, near the San Juan archipelago off the coast of Washington, is a locavores fantasy land with abundant and diverse seaweed, along with salmon, crab, and spot prawn-rich waters. A pioneer of the sustainable, local food movement here is Riley Starks, a lifelong fisherman, and co-founder of Lummi Island Seafood, a salmon reef net fleet that operates on solar power; Patagonia Provisions purchases the bulk of Lummi Island salmon. He has recently started a seaweed farm and a non-profit, Salish Center for Sustainable Fishing, to support not just the salmon but all the other creatures of the Puget Sound that rely on them.
Riley also started the renowned Willows Inn and sold it to chef Blaine Wetzel. He now owns and operates Nettles Farm Bed & Breakfast, where along with raising chickens and growing food, he finds truffles with the help of his truffle dog, Stella. He’s made this place not just a destination for great, food, but for hands-on culinary experiences and learning about stewardship of the natural world.
Prices include five chef-prepared meals, two nights at Nettles Farm, a full day of kayaking and exploring, and a donation to the Salish Center for Sustainable Fishing.
Farmhouse Suite with queen size bed, private deck, and a walk-in double shower with full steam.
Single occupancy is $1950.00
For two people, $2950.00 or $1475 each
(1 SOLD, 1 AVAILABLE)
Bedrooms with Queen Size Beds in Farmhouse
$1825 for single occupancy
$2750.00 for double occupancy or $1375.00 per person
Camping or staying offsite: $1250 per person.
Sample Itinerary - Subject to Change
Friday: Arrive at Nettles Farm and check in at 3:00
Local hike and berry foraging 3:00-5:00
Hands-on berry galette-making workshop
6:00 Oysters & Sparkling Welcome
7:00 Dinner in the Field
Talk by Riley Starks on salmon and their vitality for the Salish Sea
Saturday Morning Breakfast
9:00 - Meet at Salish Center for Sustainable Fishing to learn about reef netting
10:00 - Kayak and drop crab pots
12:00 Remote lunch
Learn about local seaweed and bi-valves.
Sauna and wildcrafted cocktails
7:00 Dinner: Crab Boil
Contact Maria with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 306-2773.
Note- you can also pay through other methods that don't involve a ticket fee.
Prices include five chef-prepared meals at Nettles Farm, kayaking, foraging and a donation to the Salish Center for Sustainable Fishing.
Single Occupancy Master Suite
+$48.75 service fee
Single Occupancy queen-size bedroom with private bathroom.
+$48.75 service fee0
Double Occupancy Master Suite
+$73.75 service fee
Master suite with queen size bed and private shower, all meals and activities for 2 people. Transportation is not included.
+$73.75 service fee0
Single Occupancy Queen Bedroom
+$45.63 service fee
Private bedroom with a queen-sized bed. All activities. meals and drinks. Transportation not included.
+$45.63 service fee0
Double Occupancy Bedroom
+$68.75 service fee
Includes a queen size bed in private bedroom, all meals and activities except transportation.
+$68.75 service fee0
Camping or Staying Offsite
+$31.25 service fee
This ticket is for camping at Nettles Farm (sauna, bathroom and showers provided) along with all meals, drinks and activities. Transportation is not included.
+$31.25 service fee0