Find CSA Farms with the CSA Finder – Search over 230 CSA farms across WA State to find your match!
Find Local Food
Local food means food that is grown, caught, raised, and made right here in Washington State. The Washington Food & Farm Finder will connect you with local food growers and producers.
Pictured: CSA veggies from Flynn Farms, Bellingham
Welcome to the Washington Food & Farm Finder, the online portal to connect with local farms and food in Washington State. It is easier than ever to connect with and support local farms and food businesses.
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Support Woman-Owned Farms & Food Businesses
We have our own icon for wonder women. These women grow, raise, harvest, and make the food that sustains us, our families, and our communities. Search the WA Food & Farm Finder for Woman-Owned farms and food businesses near you.
Support BIPOC Farmers & Food Businesses
We are committed to supporting farms and food businesses owned by Black, Indigenous, People of Color. Click here to view a map of BIPOC owned farms and food businesses you can support in WA.
Pictured here: Farmer Juanita Chavarria, owner and operator of Baby Chavs farm in Tacoma, WA
Why Eat Local
At its heart, eating local means choosing and celebrating the best flavors of our many regions in Washington State. When we change what we eat, we change things for the better. Local food offers the best nutrition, produces less waste and supports sustainable agriculture and local economies. Eating local nourishes our families, and the communities we love.
This website is a project of The Eat Local First Collaborative, made up of regional partner organizations from around the state that are working together to merge different online farm finder tools into a single easy-to-use platform. The Eat Local First Washington Collaborative includes Pierce County Fresh, Sustainable Connections, The Local Food Trust, Tilth Alliance, Washington State University Food Systems Program and Washington State University Regional Small Farms Program serving Clallam, Jefferson and Kitsap, and with future participation from Island Grown, Genuine Skagit Valley, Gorge Grown Food Network, the Methow Conservancy, Walla Walla Grown and other regional partners.