Clark County Chapter of the WAPF
Welcome to the website for the Clark County, WA chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation.
*If this is your first time here, check out our ‘About Us‘ page.*
Two events going on this weekend:
Home & Garden Idea Fair @ Clark County Event Center (Friday-Sunday)
I went to this last year and enjoyed it. One building is plant sales, the other is interesting stuff like hydroponics, solar panels, etc.
Country Life Fair @ Pomeroy Farm (Saturday & Sunday)
I haven’t been to this one before, but am excited to go, it sounds great!
Pride and Joy raw milk is back at Chuck’s!!! Thanks everyone who showed your support!
Pride and Joy Dairy is under attack!! We need to take action! I started a separate page just for this cause.
New Raw Goat Milk at Chuck’s! It is carrying a hefty price, $12.89 per half gallon, probably because it is coming all the way from Snohomish, WA! But here is the big deal: they are the only goat dairy I have found that feeds no grain! The diet consists of organically managed grass/clover, unsprayed hay, alfalfa pellets, and brush. The goats are a breed from Switzerland called Oberhasli, which are supposed to be known for producing a sweet, not goaty milk. I thought it may have been slightly more goaty than the Nubian I am used to but my husband didn’t notice a difference. I have added more details on our ‘Dairy‘ page.
Dobler Hill Dairy is no more. Many of us LOVED this milk. Whenever I wasn’t milking my sheep, this was my go-to milk. I was even introduced to it through a Clark County WAPF chapter meeting. Rest assured the dairy was not closed due to health or management issues; it was a personal, family decision. The goats were sold to a farm in Fresno, California. I am currently on the hunt for other sources of raw goat milk.
The farm tour was awesome today!! Thank you all brave farmers and tourists for making the most of the liquid sunshine!
Some information throughout the website has been updated based on my visits today. A new discovery was added under ‘Local Meat & Eggs;’ welcome Greene Jungle Farm!