High & Dry Farm is located in the Skykomish River valley in the western foothills of the Cascade Mountains.  Our land has a southern exposure, sloping gently toward the Skykomish River, 1.5 miles away.  Our climate is USDA Hardiness Zone 8b : 15 to 20 (F) minimum temperature. We have a spectacular view of Stevens Pass, 40 miles to the East.

High & Dry Farm is a market garden, producing and selling a diverse selection of vegetables, herbs, fruit, and microgreens. We also breed, train, and sell warmblood horses for dressage. The specialty of our market garden is heirloom tomatoes.  We supply over 100 varieties of heirloom tomato starts to stores in our area.  In the spring, we suggest that you visit:

Monroe or Snohomish, WA locations of Snohomish Coop 

or the Snohomish Farmer’s Market.

To try our market garden produce, visit the Snohomish Farmer’s Market, May-September.


One comment

  1. Jennifer Samartano says:

    Dear Jana,

    I just finished reading your book “Horses Never Lie About Love”.
    I absolutely LOVE your story and the stoic and graceful True Colors.
    I apologize about contacting you this way but I just need to know more about this amazing horse. Is True Colors still in your life?
    Will there be another book?
    Thank you so very much.

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