Circle Hawk Farm is deeply rooted in environmental ethics, and is home to several ongoing projects. We have set aside 13 acres as a conservation easement with Capitol Land Trust. The remainder of the land is a “living laboratory”, where the balance of nature is lightly impacted by human activity. Circle Hawk Farm is bordered on two sides by Spurgeon Creek. which is part of a fish and wildlife restoration project. Food is grown here for local food banks and the Olympia area community. Throughout the year, groups of children and youth come to the farm for environmental education and hands-on experiences in the gardens and the natural areas.