Farming in Washington state can be both challenging and rewarding.
Nestled between two lakes, Newman Lake, to the north and Liberty Lake, to the south. The farm sits in the fertile Spokane Valley where farming heritage runs deep.
To keep that heritage alive we strive to farm much like our families
did years ago, with a flock of laying hens for eggs and a variety of heirloom vegetables.
Keeping up with the modern world we take this old way of farming in hand and mold it to fit into the needs of today.
The Puhek Family
We believe that everyone should be able to eat healthy foods produced on local farms, and that our environment can be strengthened by sound agricultural practices, building soil health and fertility using crop rotations, cover crops, compost, and mechanical tillage for weed control, keeping the micro-life in the soil lively and varied.
“I was hungry, and you fed me”
Where to Find Us
You can find S&P Homestead Farm eggs and produce from May to October each year at the Liberty Lake Farmer’s Market, Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in Liberty Lake, WA.
S&P is also a member of LINC Foods – the Local Inland Northwest Cooperative.