In community. Share Farm brings friends, neighbors, chefs and farmers together at one table — yours.
In quality. If it’s not local, it’s exceptional.
In sustainability. We pride ourselves on supplying top-quality products via a conscientious supply chain to maximize freshness and quality while minimizing waste and environmental impact.
Originally a platform allowing seamless transactions between growers and end consumers, Share Farm was founded to more deeply connect local farmers to their communities. Our next step was to create Eat Like a Chef in order to add further value and enrich people’s connection to their food with a little help from our region’s best chefs. Marrying community with sustainability, Share Farm provides chef-curated seasonal meal kits and a locally focused, no-commitment marketplace, all with the ease of at-home delivery, making it as easy as possible to eat sustainably, locally and deliciously.
A vision to restore our local communities through sustainable food systems, allowing for the preservation of the environment and the restoration of health, wealth and investment back into local communities. A Spokane native, a veteran surveillance and reconnaissance Marine, a Biology graduate from Whitworth University with a background in conservation ecology and was a farmers market seller before deciding to pursue his vision of a disruptive mobile platform which marries technology with traditional artisan food culture. Looking back on the experiences from his military career, market selling ventures and scientific background, he found parallels to the entrepreneur life; was often working alone, made do with what was available, and invented many solutions along the way such as Share Farm. Share.Farm is a digital, uber farm economy, leveraging technology to simplify the distribution chain from Farm to Chef and Government contract, providing members with unprecedented supply and demand insights. Vince Peak launched Share Farm in 2015 as a solution to remove barriers between local producers and the community. Vince’s education and professional background has served as the catalyst for Share Farm’s continued devotion to innovating sustainable food systems, while his personal ventures as an herbalist maintains his drive for quality local produce.
Proud to be an Inland Pacific Northwest native having grown up and lived here most of his life. Graduated from Northwest Culinary Academy and Art Institute of Seattle. Previously the executive chef of the Coeur d’ Alene Casino and Resort and current owner of Eat Good Group featuring a wide array of restaurants including Wandering Table, Honey Eatery and Social Club, Yards Bruncheon, Le Catering, Gilded Unicorn, Republic Kitchen + Taphouse, Incrediburger & Eggs, Doughlicious Bakery, Eat Good Foods, Sky Ribbon Café, Taco Sauve, Crave NW Food & Wine Festival and Eat Good Cafe. Hegsted gets most of his inspiration from the region, season and nostalgic foods from his past experiences. He studies relentlessly to keep learning and growing as a chef and translates this knowledge into a unique cuisine at each business. Hegsted and Eat Good Group Restaurants have been featured regionally and nationally as well as winning many awards. Wandering Table was featured in the Wall Street Journal, Sunset Magazine, New York Times and Los Angeles Times. He was honored to invited to cook James Beard house as well Star Chefs in New York. Semifinalist for James Beard Award, Best Chef Northwest. Won innovator of the year from National Beef Council and United Fresh. Catalyst magazine named him one of the top 20 under 40 leaders in Spokane and 50 most influential people in Spokane for the last five years. FSR magazine named him top 40 under 40 rising stars. Most recently, he has returned to the Coeur d’ Alene casino as a consultant and is helping to revision the Chinook restaurant as well as creating a tv series for Fox 28 in collaboration with Share Farm. Adam Hegsted has been a forceful advocate and pioneer for thoughtful local eating. He brings that passion to Share Farm, wanting to recreate in commercial and local home kitchens the experience he tries to bring to his restaurants. Local ingredients wherever possible, and exceptional products no matter what.
A Certified Professional Accountant, specializing in compliance audits for federal grants. She is a Spokane native and attended Eastern Washington University. Growing up in the agricultural hub of Washington state, she learned early on the financial disparities in the farm to table supply chain, and has dedicated herself to help solve fiscal problems for farmers large and small. She has been with Share Farm for over two years, meeting farmers and learning how to utilize her knowledge to create innovative, lean financial solutions.
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