- 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?
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Want to get the most value out of the healthy local foods you buy at our markets? Stretching your mussels and working your joints improves blood circulation. You blood carries nutrients and oxygen to your cells. The better the blood … Continue reading
Recent studies claim that much of the fruit and vegetables sold today have far less nutrients than they did 50 years ago. Factory farming techniques focused on growth rate, appearance and size rather than nutrient density are blamed for the … Continue reading
Vegetable soup is an ageless tradition in virtually all tribes on earth. It was most certainly a standard fare in the galleys of the old paddle-wheeled steamboats that plied the rivers around the Puget Sound a century and a half … Continue reading
Come in out of the cold and rain and visit our floating market aboard the Virginia V at Lake Union Park!. We will be closed for Thanksgiving so stock up now!
Seattle Mini-Ferry will be running a scheduled service from the Newton Street Landing (Terry Pettus Park) to the Farmboat Floating Market at Lake Union Park on Thursdays.
Every Thursday from now until Dec 23rd (except for Thanksgiving Day) shoppers can enjoy the maritime ambiance and old world charm of a unique new market venue at south Lake Union. The first indoor floating market aboard the historic steamship … Continue reading
We are heading into the dormant season for most local farm produce. When the ground freezes, it’s pretty much time to retire the mule to the barn and store the plow. With the exception of a few hearty slow growing … Continue reading
It’s time once again for another floating market at Lake Union Park! This time, it is aboard an historic steamship. The Virginia V was originally built to transport farm produce from Vashon Island to the docks in Seattle and Tacoma.
According to the National Cancer Institute, not eating enough fruits and vegetables increases cancer risk. It makes sense, doesn’t it? Humans have been eating fruits and vegetables for millions of years. Our systems have evolved to depend on critical vitamins … Continue reading