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MariLark was established in 1997 to honor the memory of Marie and Larkin Smith. They built MariLark in 1941, calling their home “MariLark” a combination of their two names, Marie and Larkin.
To honor their dedication and passion for their home and the local community, a sign was carved in 1997 and placed on the corner of the property to commemorate and continue the tradition of passion for the home and local community.
Now 20 years later, MariLark Farms has been established as a result of “The Greenhouse Effect.” Stay tuned for more about that and watch us grow.
Recent BLOG post
I met Ben Nardinelli about three years ago at a San Francisco Bay/East Bay Urban Farm tour. The farm tour, set up by Ruby at the Institute for Urban Homesteading, visited a number of urban farms in the Berkeley and Oakland border area. We were stopped at Wanda...read more
It's time for our annual tomato tasting! This will be our fifth annual tasting and that alone warrants a blog post about tomato tastings. This year we will be featuring over 20 types of tomatoes from the local community, many of them grown from plants given away or...read more
In April of 2010, I realized that my life had changed in a big way. Was it an "ah hah" moment or just a realization of the potential things I could grow in the greenhouse? I called it "The Greenhouse Effect" loosely titled from the term made famous by Al Gore because...read more
2016's Tomato Tasting was a lot of fun.
Makah Ozette Potatoes
The Makah Indian’s in Washington state grow this potato that has found a home at MariLark
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