The Farm of Lydia's Flock is located in the Squalicum Valley of NW Washington State just east of Bellingham, WA, 90 miles north of Seattle, where we pasture raise our flock of registered Icelandic and Shetland sheep using regenerative agricultural methods, focusing on happy sheep and healthy soil in the production of single source small batch yarns, pastured lamb, registered breeding stock and beginning and ongoing shepherding and climate beneficial fiber education.
Our most recent newsletter- http://mailchi.mp/c798eebec7ef/february2020
Saturday, February 22nd and Sunday, February 23rd- Shearing of the Icelandic flock in preparation for lambing. If you're interested in helping out either of these days, contact the farm directly for more information.
2020 Beginning Shepherding course dates are listed; registration will open in March. Sign up for our newsletter to receive updates.
Lambs are due to begin arriving in early April 2020! We have a wait list for breeding stock and fiber flocks, if you are interested in purchasing sheep from us, don't delay in adding your name to the list.
Visit our booth at the Whatcom Conservation District Small Farms Expo
Saturday, April 4th from 9am to 3pm at the NW Washington Fairgrounds in Lynden.
Saturday, May 30th Lamb Day Open House on the farm
10am to 4pm