Oxbow Farm and Conservation Center
Oxbow inspires people to eat healthy, sustainably grown food and to steward our natural resources for future generations.
Oxbow acknowledges that we are on the Indigenous Land of Coast Salish peoples who have reserved treaty rights to this land, specifically the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe (sdukʷalbixʷ). We thank these caretakers of this land who have lived and continue to live here since time immemorial.
Founded as a nonprofit in 2009, Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center is located on 240 acres of forest and farmland bordering the Snoqualmie River in Carnation, Washington. Oxbow researches and practices habitat restoration monitors the ecological impacts of land use and restoration, applies regenerative farming methods, grows food and native plants, and educates people of all ages about agriculture and the environment. Collectively, Oxbow’s work takes real-time action to combat climate change, promote biodiversity, and encourage healthy food systems. We foster community through volunteer opportunities, Membership, a Farm Share program, workshops, tours, and events. Visit the links below to learn how you can connect with Oxbow.