Organic Farm

Buildings

Organic Farm

Section covers the Organic Farm areas which include the Farmhouse, Sustainable Agriculture Lab and other buildings on the farm property

Organic Farm Aerial East

Farm Equipment Storage

  • Official Building Name: Organic Farm Equipment StorageOrganic Farm Garage
  • Location: 2712 Lewis Road NW #C
  • Date of Construction: --
  • Architect: --
  • Gross Sq. Feet: 432
  • Renovation Date: None
  • Use: Storage.
  • Description: --

Floor Plans with Area Calculations: PDF For General Use

Drawings - DWG For Contractors Only; Please Contact Project Manager

Farm Operations

  • Official Building Name: Organic Farm Operations BldgOrganic Farm Operations
  • Location: 2712 Lewis Road NW #B
  • Date of Construction: 1990
  • Architect: --
  • Gross Sq. Feet: 864
  • Renovation Date: None
  • Use: --
  • Description: This facility houses the Organic Farm Manager office and a storage area for farm supplies and instructional resources, serves as a teaching space, and provides the space necessary to prepare the goods sold on campus at the market.

Floor Plans with Area Calculations: PDF For General Use

Drawings - DWG For Contractors Only; Please Contact Project Manager

Farmhouse

Organic Farm House
  • Official Building Name: Organic Farm House
  • Location: 2712 Lewis Road NW #A
  • Date of Construction: 1972
  • Architect: Jon Collier
  • Gross Sq. Feet: 3,479
  • Renovation Date: None
  • Use: Classroom, kitchen, caretaker's apartment.

Description: A wood structure with two floor and a third story loft. It contains a classroom, kitchen, and a caretaker's apartment. The farmhouse has a residential atmosphere and is heated by electric baseboard heat. The current structure replaced a farmhouse that was on the property when the land was acquired by the state.

Floor Plans with Area Calculations: PDF For General Use

Drawings - DWG For Contractors Only; Please Contact Project Manager

Sustainable Agriculture Lab

Sustainable Agriculture Lab
  • Official Building Name: Sustainable Agricultural Lab
  • Location: 2116 Lewis Road NW
  • Date of Construction: 2011
  • Architect: HKP Architects, Mount Vernon, WA
  • Gross Sq. Feet: 2,002
  • Renovation Date: None
  • Use: The Lab will be used for inspecting soils and farm produce under microscopes and for demonstrations of value-added food preparations.

Description: The Sustainable Agriculture Lab was designed as a partnership between Evergreen students in the 2009-2010 Environmental Design program and the architects. It is a wood framed building that contains many innovative design features and built-in capabilities, including: rainwater runoff treatment and infiltration, small building footprint, preservation of existing trees, fallen trees used for mushroom production, optimization of daylight through design and electrical light switching, Structural Integrated Panels (SIPs) used for the ceiling, Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified sustainable wood products used, permeable gravel used instead of paving for walkways, minimized parking with the addition of a walking / biking trail from the main campus parking lots, building envelope: a) is beyond code requirement for insulation. b) uses spray-on cellulose wall insulation and c) was blower door tested to find air infiltration leaks, and future “Net-Zero” features have been planned and infrastructure is in place for: a) rainwater harvesting, b) compost (or other alternative fuels) heat recovery, C) solar hot water, d) future lecture space, e) greywater reuse and f) photovoltaic on-site power generation.