Greenbank Farm Businesses
The Historic Greenbank Farm is owned and managed by the Port of Coupeville. The Farm features stunning vistas, miles of pet-friendly trails, an events venue, and the following businesses (please contact businesses for store hours):
The gallery sells artwork created by Becca Heavrin who also runs and staffs the store. Her art includes acrylic paintings, mixed media pieces, sculptures and handmade gifts. Her fine art prints, cards and journals are also for sale as well as hand curated do-it-yourself materials and kits that can only be found at her gallery.
Come find your specialty food treat (or gift!). Offering tastings, souvenirs, picnic foods, local foods and gifts, loganberry jam & syrup, gift baskets, Polish pottery, unique variety, and customer requests. Please like us on Facebook!
Specializing in local award-winning wines, hard ciders, fruit and dessert wines, craft brew, and our famous Loganberry wine, dessert wine, jams, and syrups. Loganberry is the “Flavor of the Farm”! Stop in for a taste, stay for the views.
Owner Dorcas Young grows the vegetables for her dishes right here on the farm! Stop in for some African takeout or find her at the Whidbey Farmers’ Market.
Molly Putnam Counseling, PLLC
Counseling for individuals and couples, as well as clinical supervision for associate level clinicians.
Areas of expertise: anxiety, depression, self-esteem & identity development, life transitions, trauma, faith & spirituality, premarital counseling, and pregnancy & postpartum.
A nationally accredited organization which actively involves the community in protecting, restoring, and appreciating the important natural habitats and resource lands that support the diversity of life on our islands and in the waters of Puget Sound.
Devoted to the art of pie making. “We believe that a quality pie connects us to childhood memories, to the bounty of the garden and orchard, and to the nurturing pleasures of good food made with love and care”.
Making pies since 1986.