Growing Forward

Thank you to the entire community for your uplifting support!

On the evening of March 6th, 2017, a devastating fire destroyed the historic Smith Barn, along with the livelihood of the Smith Family and Willowood Farm. Financial donations, donated supplies, and volunteers are all appreciated in this time of need. We extend our gratitude for your kindness and contributions.

You can make direct donations to the “Smith Family Benefit Account” hosted by People’s Bank in Coupeville. Make the check out to “Smith Family Benefit Account” and drop it off at the bank or mail it to:

People’s Bank
107 S Main St., #101
Coupeville, WA 98239

Please sign-up here to receive volunteer alerts and email updates about Willowood Farm. Please visit our donation page and events listing for other ways to get involved.

If you would like to help spread the word about how to support the Smith Family and Willowood Farm after the fire, please share this website which will be updated frequently, and follow us on facebook.

If you have a business or access to a local bulletin board, please  download and print this flyer to display. (*note: please cut tabs at the bottom to help provide access to our website link) 

Donate Online to the GoFundMe Campaign: Never Finished Farming

On April 1st, 2017 the community rallied together for Willowood’s first benefit dinner – Dining for Willowood: Photo Essay by David Stern

Celebrate our first harvest after the fire – Growing Forward: A photo essay by David Stern

In the news: Iconic Central Whidbey Barn Burns to the Ground

Seattle Met: Chef’s turn out to support Willowood Farm after a devastating barn fire

Questions? Support? Please contact Willowood here.