Property is located in Husum, Washington. Property is more than 140 acres. Approximately 83 acres are tillable pastures. The rest is forest or sloped.
There are two residences on the property. One is available for rent in November and one occupied by the owners, who are in their 80s. Owner and tenants would be neighbors. Daughter is helping parents manage the property and screening tenants.
The residence available for rent is large: 4-5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 3 levels, 7,000+ square feet.
The owners previously grew acres of alfalfa. There were also cattle in the open fields and forested areas. Many of the pastures have been fallow for years, or grazed by cattle.
Owner is interested in renting to farmers who have the skill set to grow food for the community. Organic strongly preferred. Fruit, vegetable, flower or seed production. Owner is much less interested in meat or dairy production.
It is not adjacent to any other agricultural operations and is in a rural area.
We are open to conversations with agriculture organizations, agriculture business incubators, cooperatives, individual farmers and established farm businesses.
Please use the following link to answer some questions and start a conversation: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScd8sW4KH0Gt636pHJTmPozkJAhsewIN2IZdcFSjzj2wRW0Yw/viewform?usp=sf_link
to grow fresh food for the community
to stay as agricultural land and open space
Pastures have been grazed by cattle
Spring, which has a new pump installed
Open faced barns
Old tractor that would need to be maintained by farmer
None known; it is in a rural area of Klickitat County, outside White Salmon, WA
Introducing them to long-term neighbors, the local farmers' market, and our county commissioner. My parents live on site and have for approximately 50 years. It is generally a live and let live community of Anglos, Hispanics, and some Native Americans.
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