Farm to Fermentation: A One-Day Guide to Cultured Foods and Their Cultural Roots


6/17 – Farm to Fermentation


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June 17, 10am-12pm, 20 person capacity

Join us for a hands-on workshop exploring the art of Japanese and Korean fermentation! You will learn about the different types of fermentation techniques practiced in these cultures; including tsukemono, kimchi, miso, soy sauce, and more. We will briefly discuss varieties of vegetables that grow well in our climate, and use locally sourced ingredients to create small batches of fermented goodies to take home. Beginners and experimented fermenters of all ages welcome.

Danielle M. Humphreys (she/her) is a queer, mixed-race Indigenous Ryukyuan-Italian American. She currently serves as a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Specialist at Bellingham Technical College and also offers deep listening as a spiritual director rooted in movements for collective liberation and social change. She is the proud daughter of an immigrant mother who survived the Battle of Okinawa and who continues to inspire her everyday. She is passionate about growing and eating food in community, reclaiming her Indigenous Okinawan heritage & sharing it with her three children, and centering joy.

Weight 1.0000 lbs

Shipping Information

The Nursery at Cloud Mountain Farm Center is primarily a nursery for local and regional walk-in customers. We do have a limited shipping season for out of the area customers.

USPS ZonesWe ship plants from mid-February to late April to all states within the U.S., as weather and state agricultural restrictions permit. Because we are unable to guarantee the success and health of your plant outside of the U.S., we do not currently ship to other countries.

Since we do not use cold storage, some plants only ship best at certain times or are only available for local pick-up. If you are in the Midwest, East Coast, or Alaska, we may not be able to ship dormant plants if we are concerned about the quality of your plants upon arrival.

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We ship by USPS Priority Mail to help ensure your plants arrive quickly and in good health. All shipping costs are calculated based on USPS shipping zones. To learn more about your shipping zone, visit the USPS website.

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