The perks of being in community with rad growers, producers, and chefs? Getting to visit their “office” is definitely high on that list. After over a year of dreaming about capturing my dear friend Ari’s story for The Foodways Project, I finally made good on my word and ventured out to her parcel in Snoqualmie Valley where she operates Kamayan Farm. Ari’s background in food justice and decade of experience cultivating land for food informs a practice of growing that’s deeply politicized and community oriented. Amidst seeding beets and tending to her potatoes, Ari spoke with me about building resistance and resilience of and through the land. Check out the snapshots of our field trip to Kamayan Farm and stay tuned for Ari’s digital story!