Finnriver Farm & Cidery – Tumwater Taproom

We are a small backyard farm in Walla Walla County offering fresh heirloom produce, fresh-cut herbs, wholesomely raised meat birds and eggs as well as fresh market bouquets through the summer months.

We are a small family owned and operated and family friendly u-pick blueberry farm in south Kitsap County, between Port Orchard and Gig Harbor. We have 1000 blueberry bushes, and are open during the summer for harvest between July 10th-September 10th (approximately). We provide picking buckets, but customers bring their own take home containers....

Located in the historic Machias area, the Dearborn family has always grown large gardens for their own food. Each year the gardens got bigger and bigger, growing a variety of corn, tomatoes, peppers, herbs, cucumbers, summer and winter squash, carrots, beets, lettuce, artichokes, garlic, asparagus, broccoli, collards, kale, cauliflower, okra, spinach, chard, radishes, peas,...

Discover Terra Valley Farms, a reimagined gem in Monroe that was once known as Willie Green’s Organic Farm. Now under new ownership, this expansive 20-acre property offers U-pick strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, grapes and kiwi berries alongside a beautiful event space. The farm is perfect for both relaxation and celebration! Pack a picnic and bask...

We are an english lavender farm and offer ucut from june 17th to july 30th for $5 per bundle when available. Also offering clean culinary lavender buds, fresh and dried bundles when available at $8 per bundle and $10 per oz bulk pricing is also available

Seedpod Farm strives to be good stewards of the land, producing naturally-grown products with low-impact methods that help us to "Grow Our Best."

We are Alexandra and Tyler of Blue Glass Farm. Food should be fun, and farms should protect our environment and communities; that’s why we grow 250 varieties of 80 crops using regenerative, no-till, organic farming. The two pillars of our farm are flowers and food. We love food. It’s hard to have a bad...

Like most alpaca breeders, we started out with a small herd and kept our careers going at the same time. Then, in 2006, Steven retired as a vice-president in the insurance industry and became a full-time “alpaca farmer”. He is happier than he has ever been. I can’t get him back into a suit...

Now in its 46th year, the Methow Valley Farmers Market draws locals and visitors alike for a festive gathering on Saturdays in Twisp, WA. Whether you are wanting to buy your fresh produce for the week, find a little gift for a friend from our amazing crafters and artists, or sit at the picnic...