Virtual Farm Tour
Get A TASTE of what grows here
Join us for an exploration of local farms, right from your own home!
Watch the video below anywhere you have a web browser! Learn about where your food comes from, get an inside look at farms in Whatcom County, and hear some community questions answered by a panel of amazing farmers.
Featured Farm Details
Appel Farms started with a young man’s dream to be a dairy farmer. That dream brought him from his home and family in Holland to a bright future in the US. He established his dream farm in 1967 in Whatcom County and later began making cheese for friends and family. His hobby of cheesemaking blossomed and grew into the business it is today. Now two of his sons, with the help of their wives and children, carry on the farm and cheesemaking tradition.
Beeworks Farm keeps strong healthy colonies in Whatcom Co. and is focused on producing the best tasting honey in the NW. We make comb honey and several local varieties of honey.
10 free honey sticks at our farmers market stands
Ashmore Acres is a family owned and operated farm. Our passion of raising a healthy family on whole foods, led us to purchasing our first small flock of 5 chickens. Since then we have raised more than 30,000 organic, pasture raised hens. We strive to provide healthy eggs for all!
$5 dozen eggs
We are Whatcom County’s Organic mushroom farm, growing the highest quality mushrooms for both culinary and medicinal use. Our varieties include: Shiitake, Blue Oyster, Cosmic Queen Oyster, Lion’s Mane and Reishi mushrooms. Find our fresh mushrooms and grow-at-home kits at local grocers, restaurants, farmers market and online at our website.
Buy one mushroom kit, get one free; either at the farmers market or via our website
Free Range offers consciously grown flowers to feed pollinators and the human spirit. Free Range Flowers are organically grown & rainwater fed gifts from the Earth in a larger farm project of environmental and social sustainability.
Free Half Share
We’re a small, diversified farm on Lummi Island offering a wide variety of vegetables, fruit, pastured eggs, flowers, solar-evaporated sea salt, and dry goods sold on our online farm stand for contactless pickup or delivery. We use sustainable agricultural practices and do not use synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or GMOs.
Buy one bouquet and get one free for a friend (delivered on Lummi Island)
Sumas River Farm, a two-acre urban farm in the rural town of Sumas, Washington, became certified organic in 2007. We take pride in our local community by growing the best food in the world. Look for our fresh produce at Bellingham Farmer’s market, Twin Sister’s Farmers Markets, Haggens, SuperDuper, Sumas
Buy one get one free! (same items)
The Artisan Cheeses of Pleasant Valley Creamery, located NW of Ferndale, WA, have been crafted for 3 generations. Specializing in Gouda, this handcrafted raw milk cheese, is made and aged onsite at our farm. We use our fresh whole milk, produced by our award winning, pastured Brown Swiss cattle dairy.
10% off on purchases at the farm
Misty Meadows Farm is a family farm wanting to raise the very best food we can. We are certified-organic and seek in all ways to treat the land and the animals in ways that are respectful, healthy and sustainable. We raise chickens for meat and eggs, turkeys, and Christmas trees.
We share beauty:
Cut flowers, fresh produce, dahlia tubers, and flower workshops. U-pick blueberries mid July to mid August, a fall Punkin patch, and an annual Dahlia Festival.
Buy one get one farm bouquets
Twin Brook Creamery is a small dairy farm located in northern Whatcom County. We bottle our milk in glass bottles from our own cows. Stewardship is the underlying concept of all decisions we make on the farm. The 4th, 5th, and 6th generations are involved in the daily operation.
The Farm Tour is a free community event, but you can purchase a $15 Farm Tour VIP badge online to support the Farm Tour. Consider making a minimum donation of $15 to our program, and in return, you’ll get access to freebies and discounts to use with over 20 local farms & food businesses worth over $100.
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