Let’s eat intentionally this holiday season.
Sharing a meal with friends and family is part of what makes the holiday season so special. This year, consider spreading the joy of the holidays by shopping at a local farm or food business. Whether you’re planning a family feast or looking for the perfect gift for your foodie friend, the best of the season is at your fingertips and ready to be shared with the ones you love.
The WA Food & Farm Finder makes it easier than ever to buy direct from Washington farms, fisher folk, farmers markets, and local grocers. Continue on to find a handy shopping list of farm-fresh foods, holiday must-haves, and additional resources for a happy, locally sourced season. Shop local farms for the holidays and win prizes with our holiday giveaways!
Holiday Meal Planning & Gift Giving Ideas
We’ve curated several lists of ideas and resources to get you started. Visit the Washington Food & Farm Finder to explore more local farms, fishers, farmers markets and food businesses for holiday shopping, eating and gifting!
Farm to table with local flavors
Enjoy a deliciously prepared and locally sourced menu from locally-owned restaurants and cafes, all committed to supporting WA farmers, fishers, foragers, and artisans.
Eat, shop, and give with intent.
Support Black-Owned, Indigenous-Owned, Woman-Owned, LGBTQ+ Owned, Latina/o/x, Veteran-Owned, Disability-Owned,
Shop WA farms and farmers markets for the holidays, win prizes!
We’re giving away over $1,500 worth of local, farm-fresh goodies! Take our brief survey to be entered to win one of many delicious prizes from local farms, markets, and restaurants including: Kinfood, Twin Sisters Creamery, Pantry Fuel, Stock Your Larder, Get To-Gather Farm, and Bluebird Grain Farms. The deadline to enter is midnight on January 1, 2023. Winners will be notified in early January.
Find the freshest picks of the season!
Bring farm to table home to you. Discover which markets are open for shopping this holiday season.
Always in season
Hit the road to shop local farm stores. In addition to stocking their own products, many include seasonal and shelf stable products from other farms and producers around the state.
More ways to shop local
Local food boxes, meal kits, and independent grocers are terrific options for buying directly from WA farms and producers while doing good for our local economies.