Emily Kim

Emily Kim

Kimmy (she/her) resides on occupied Coast Salish land of Camano Island, WA where she has been co-operating Eternity Farm with her partner since December 2020. Eternity Farm is a small, no-till, human-scale operation that focuses on Asian vegetables and aims to work cooperatively with the land through practices such as implementing native plant restoration and excluding synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. They serve a food bank in Seattle and also hope to bolster local food accessibility by opening an on-site farmstand in 2022. Kimmy’s farming interests include learning from the land and learning how to honor those who stewarded before, ecosystems, native plants, interplanting, culturally relevant crops, seedkeeping, plant propagation, and KNF/JADAM. She believes greater healing comes with building relationships with the plant world and that this can be reached through land access and education. Non-farming interests include meditation, music, reading, ceramics, and photography.

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