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Chue Kai Chasengnou started Cha New Life Garden in September 2005 when he moved from Sacramento, California to Duvall with his wife Jue and two daughters, Sunshine and Suzie.  Chue left his life as an auto mechanic because he wanted to pursue a farming business. In his native land Laos, farming was what he did as a child.
Farming is Chue’s passion and he enjoys providing fresh local vegetables to his customers. He grows his crops naturally, using organic farming practices and without any fertilizer other than compost and chicken manure on his crops.  Of Chue's twenty five acres, about three acres are dedicated to growing flowers, with the remainder used for growing vegetables and fresh berries, including strawberries and raspberries. Cha New Life Garden is located by the Snoqualmie River just north of Duvall.
Cha New Life grows many varieties of vegetables for local farmers markets that aren’t always available at grocery stores. They are best known for their large variety and size of their lettuces heads.  All of the vegetables, fruits and flowers are freshly picked late at night or early in the morning, depending on the market day.  Everything that comes to the Farmers Market is guaranteed as fresh as possible.
The farm business began selling produce at only a couple of farmers markets, but over the years they have grown to have a presence at a number of markets throughout the area.  In addition to the Duvall Farmers Market every Thursday, Cha New Life Garden is at the Crossroad, Renton, Kirkland, and Lake Sammamish Farmers Markets during the week and the Redmond, Issaquah, Des Moines, and Lake Forest Park markets on the weekend.
In the last few years, Chue has been apprenticing his son, Jon in hopes to pass on his knowledge and the family business. Chue’s goal is to keep his “dream” of providing wonderful produce alive through his son and on to his grandsons.  
None of this would be possible without the help of Chue’s wonderful wife Jue, son Jon and daughters Sunshine, Suzie, and May.

Cedar Ridge Winery closes

The three year run of Cedar Ridge Winery at the Duvall Farmer’s Market has come to an end – last Thursday  was my last day here.  The winery will be sold out of inventory by the end of this week and will be shutting down commercial operations. 

When the Snohomish market made the political decision to be ‘family friendly’ (whatever that means) and exclude wine from the market after 6 years, I went in search of another market at which to distribute my wine.  Duvall was open to the idea and sought the required approvals from both the state and the city.  It has been my privileged to share a booth with Piccola winery for these past three years, and your support as customers has made it all worthwhile. 

I am grateful to the market staff for making it all happen and working to accommodate individual schedules.  I also want to thank all of the market patrons and my customers for the great support during my tenure.  While I will miss the markets and the fellowship with vendors and customers alike, it is time for me to get back to more domestic activities.  So again, thank you to all.

Richard Fairfield
Cedar Ridge Winery

Music at the Market

Music this week performed by Indie-Folk artist Clint McCune.

Music partially sponsored by Duvall Foundation for the Arts.

Vendors This Week


Ayala Farm

Seasonal vegetables & fruits

Cha New Life Gardens

Seasonal vegetables, fruits & flowers

Hayton Berry Farm 

Blueberries, Marionberries, Golden Raspberries, Raspberries, Blackberries

Martin Family Orchards

Seasonal Tree Fruit: Peaches, Plums, Pluots, Apples, fruit spreads &  cider

Green Raven Farm & River Willow Farm

Seasonal vegetables & grilled corn on the cob


CH Wool

Wool yarns, wool rugs & wool products

Heavenly Soap

Handcrafted scented soaps, shampoos and conditioners

Art Jewelry by Martin-Robinson Productions

Hand-knitted hats & Hand-beaded gemstone jewelry

 Pete's Sharpening

Hand turned bowls, vases and pen's. Knives, scissors, pruners, loppers chisels etc. sharpened.


Flourless Goodies

Almond Cookies, Energy Goodies, Chocolate Truffles and Chocolate Coconut balls

Georgia's Bakery

Full array of baked goods


Infused Gourmet Company

Infused Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar, Salts & Pasta

Kombucha Town

Brewed tea drink.


Pompeii Wood Fired Pizza

Wood-fired thin-crust pizza with choice of toppings


Picolla Cellars

Wine packaged in eco-friendly totes. Wine tasting is offered this year.


Show your support for the market by displaying a Duvall Farmers Market yard sign. Especially appreciated if you live on a well travelled street. Stop by the info booth at the market to request one.

Market Logo Bags

Stop in the Market Info Booth and pick up your Market Logo Tote for an $8 donation.
Fold the large tote into the small attached pouch and hook it onto your keys, purse or belt loop.

Duvall Farmers Market Accepts
Debit, Credit & EBT

Please come to the Info Booth to scan your cards.

Fresh Bucks, FMNP WIC & SR
Matching Programs

Duvall Farmers Market will match the first $10 of EBT and up to 2 FMNP WIC or Senior vouchers each Market day. Please come to the Info Booth to receive your cards to purchase fresh produce.
Thank you to our generous anonymous donors for supporting this program.

As A Courtesy to our Neighboring Businesses:

Please use the designated Farmers Market parking in the lot by the old Union Bank building or parking available on the surface streets. ATM available at the Chevron station for cash.
Duvall Farmers Market appreciates support from the following local businesses:


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P.O. Box 219, PMB 190
Duvall, WA 98019

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