Harmony Fields – situated in the Skagit Valley of Washington State, between Seattle, WA and Vancouver B.C. – makes artisan, farmstead sheep cheese. We also offer certified animal welfare approved yarn, wool, and lamb. Our mission is to produce nutritious, high-quality food using regenerative farming practices.

The Farmers

Harmony Fields is owned and operated by Jessica Gigot, Ph.D. and Dean Luce. Together they have two girls (June and Eloise), a McNab sheep dog (Tulsi), and an eccentric cat (Lars).

Jessica has an academic background in horticulture, health, and creative writing and appreciates the confluence of artists and farmers in this valley. Dean is a carpenter and graphic designer by trade, but also a self-made luthier and musician.

Together Jess and Dean are The Dovetails and they perform their old-time & blue grass music around town.

The Animals

Our sheep, donkeys, and ducks are raised with love. While these are working animals, they are also part of our family and we value the joy and comfort they bring to the farm. We are certified animal welfare approved by A Greener World.


We have a flock of East Friesian/Lacaune sheep that we initially acquired from a retiring cheesemaker in eastern Washington. They are primarily a milk breed, but also offer excellent wool and meat. We graze them on a diverse pasture and supplement their feed with local hay and grains.

Miniature Donkeys

We adopted these two miniature donkey siblings (July & Audrey) in 2011 and since that time they have become the heart of the farm. Together they watch over everyone and keep away predators, like coyotes and eagles. They are also just adorable and caring creatures and we are lucky to have them!