- Should FarmBoat “Bribe” it’s Way Back into Seattle?
- Why Wont’ the City of Seattle Absolve FarmBoat of False Employment Charges?
- FarmBoat Floating Market at Lake Union Park Closed for 2014 – Unfair Accusations Continue to Block Boat Deliveries
- City of Seattle Sued over Parasitic Parking Ticket Collections
- Seattle Court Frivolous Siege Finally Ends – But Will They Pay?
Author Archives: Pamela Petrich
While researching local history, I recently ran across this article in a family scrapbook and offer this fascinating summary of the article: Back in the 1800’s in the Puget Sound area there weren’t any highways or freeways to depend upon … Continue reading
Cinnamon dates back to 2800 B.C., it is native to an island located on the southeastern tip of India, called Sri Lanka formerly known as Ceylon. Over time, this spice has played an important role in economies, it was so … Continue reading
The Cvita moored at South Lake Union Park at the Wooden Boat Center is a floating store boat, a project of Farmboat. Its name is derived from the Croatian word for flower. Its purpose is to offer local produce from … Continue reading
Purslane, a common weed and annual succulent is also known as Pigweed, Little Hogweed, Fatweed and Pusley. It is also considered an exotic weed and in some areas an invasive plant. Normally drought resistant it does grow in poor … Continue reading
None of us were prepared for the end of summer — or at least not many of us! Now that the weather has changed, FarmBoat has pledged to help you ease into fall with all the bounty of the season! Join … Continue reading
Fall is here! You can not only feel it in the air but at Farmboat this week you can start thinking about stocking up with fresh fall vegetables. Do you like to can your veggies, or make jam for holiday … Continue reading
This week at Farmboat Floating Market we are looking forward to introducing you to Seattle Salads, a company with lots of passion and inspiration to help you get your greens on! They will be serving up salad shakers with fresh … Continue reading