Green peas pack a punch, providing protein, fiber, iron, potassium, and magnesium. They’re a good source of plant-based protein, fiber, and vitamin C. In addition, they are low on the glycemic index and help support blood sugar management and digestive health. Green peas are also great for your beneficial gut microbes!
Bill and Karla Chambers started Stahlbush Island Farms with two crops, a piece of land and a passion for good food. Today the couple still manages the business every day. Some may call that old-fashioned; we call it a family farm. Meet the family and learn more about certified sustainable farming here.
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Green peas pack a punch, providing protein, fiber, iron, potassium, and magnesium. They’re a good source of plant-based protein, fiber, and vitamin C. In addition, green peas are low on the glycemic index and help support blood sugar management, digestive health, and they are great for your beneficial gut microbes.
Our commitment goes beyond the wholesome fruits and vegetables that we cultivate. Mother Nature helps us to grow ripe, colorful crops every day. There’s a strong connection between brilliant natural color and nutrition. We created the cool cauliflower to add color and cheer to every meal. Every family should have access to healthy, nutritious food. At Stahlbush, we donate one million servings annually to our local food banks.
Great Ways to Enjoy:
Make a delicious pea, walnut pesto dip.
Use as an ingredient in a salad, casserole, or quiche.
Toss with olive oil and lightly salt – roast until crispy for a healthy snack.
Sustainable farming goes beyond the crop and focuses on the farm as a whole. Ultimately our practices seek to sustain farmers, resources and communities by promoting farming practices and methods that are profitable, environmentally sound and good for communities as a whole.
We believe everyone has the right to know exactly what is in their food. That’s why we meet non–GMO standards via traceable, verified ingredients & third-party audits.
With each growing season, we use conservation tillage to reduce erosion. We also plant cover crops to return nitrogen to the soil and build organic matter. We even apply digestate from our biogas plant to our fields as an organic fertilizer that naturally increases microbial activity and builds overall soil health.
We continue to improve our irrigation, using weather, soil moisture and evapotranspiration data to track water use and needs. We have implemented automation systems that allow us to access real-time data that automatically controls and schedules our irrigation based on the needs of each plant.
Wildlife Habitat and Biodiversity
We plant native species that attract pollinators like bumblebees and plant cover crops in the winter that keep the blue herons on the farm year-round. We have a thriving blue heron rookery or habitat on the farm.
Social Responsibility and Employee Well-Being
We have programs and benefits in place for our employees to ensure job satisfaction and fulfillment. We also have programs in place to improve our local community, for instance we donate one million servings to local food banks every year.
We were the first farm ever to be certified sustainable by the Food Alliance. We have always been early adopters of new technology. Stahlbush was the first farm in Oregon to use GPS technology and the first to build a biogas plant that generates electricity using agricultural by-product in North America.
How To Cook
Stovetop: Place frozen peas into a small amount of boiling water. Cover; steam for two to three minutes or until tender. Drain and season to taste.
Microwave: Place frozen peas into a microwave-safe dish. Add a small amount of water. Cook on high two to three minutes. Microwave heating times may vary. Drain and season to taste.
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Bill and Karla Chambers started Stahlbush Island Farms with two crops, a piece of land and a passion for good food. Today the couple still lives in the same house on the farm and manages the business every day. Some may call that old-fashioned; we call it a family farm.