Woven Stem is a family operated regenerative flower farm located at the Permaculture Skills Center, in Sebastopol, CA. Chris Jaster and Katherine Jacques grow a diverse, colorful selection of no-till, chemical free flowers for fresh and dried arrangements that are available for sale locally at Bill's Farm Basket. At Woven Stem, they specialize in arrangement of seasonally appropriate farm fresh flowers for all your special events. They offer full service design and arrangement for weddings and local businesses. There are also weekly and bi-weekly CSA subscriptions, and they offer a Bucket O'Blooms option if your preference is to do your own cost efficient design with bulk blooms for parties,weddings or businesses. This year they hope to open to the public as a U-Pick early this Autumn, when Dahlias will be plentiful!
At Woven Stem, not just beautiful colorful blooms are grown, but healthy soil, biodiversity, and community, every step of the way, from seed to market. Look for their upcoming CSA Weekly bouquet subscription, and U-Pick hours for next farm season.
Chris holds a B.S. in Environmental Management and Protection from Humboldt State University, and recently graduated from The Permaculture Skills Center's Farm School in Sebastopol, CA. He is the science behind the farming, and strives for sustainable, diversity focused methods.
Katherine holds a degree in International Business, and has a background in art and homesteading. She has raised dairy goats for cheesemaking, and ran a small farmers market where she baked old world sourdough breads. Most recently she worked as a brick oven baker for Wild Flour Bread.
Chris and Katherine have two awesome little mini-farmer kiddos that remind them to find the wonders in nature every day.