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*Lamb Farm Kitchen*

Colleen Lamb was born in The Palouse, an agricultural region of eastern Washington State. Colleen taught ‘Family and Consumer Science’ (an academic discipline that includes nutrition, food preparation, textiles, and other subjects focused on providing a better quality of life for individuals, families, and communities) for 20 years in the Seattle metropolitan area. Missing the feel of dirt beneath her feet,Colleen left the big city and made ‘the beginning of a farm’ alongside the banks of the Dungeness River. She started small with a few rows of garlic, strawberries and raspberries. The Dungeness River Lamb Farm has grown to include more than 40 acres of USDA certified organic fruits and vegetables. The on-site commercial kitchen is where Colleen works her magic and shares her passion for healthy, creatively prepared foods.

Lamb Farm Kitchen can be contacted at  360 683-2745 or at

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