Bellewood Farms

Sustainability and Diversity Indicators
  • Eat Local First Member

    These businesses are committed to sourcing more of their food from local farms and food producers.

  • Salmon Safe Certified

    Third-party certification indicates farms with agricultural practices that protect water quality, salmon habitat, and native biodiversity.

  • Food Access & Nutrition Incentives

    These businesses are actively participating in one or more of the following food access and nutrition incentive programs to create a food-secure community: SNAP/EBT, Market Match, WIC, Farmers Market Nutrition, and food recovery. *Programs vary by region and market

About Us

Bellewood Farms operates the largest apple orchard in western Washington. With over 25,000 trees and 22 apple & pear varieties, including delicious Honeycrisp, Bellewood serves our local food system with premium quality fruit, fresh cider, pies, and much more. Located in the heart of Whatcom County, the farm offers a farmstore with local gifts & a cafe for breakfast and lunch. The distillery makes award-winning farm-to-bottle spirits like vodka, brandy and gin—try them for free! Bellewood offers several community rooms for events, meetings, and weddings.

Growing Methods

Integrated Pest Management

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Our Offerings

  • Fruit | Berries
    • Apples
    • Pears
  • Markets & Grocers
    • Grocer
  • Locally Made
    • Beer | Cider | Wine | Spirits
    • Bread | Baked Goods
    • Desserts | Ice Cream
    • Honey
    • Preserved Foods
      • Sauces | Condiments
      • Jam
    • Tea
  • Eat & Drink
    • Bakery | Desserts
    • Brewery
    • Catering
    • Coffee | Tea
    • Restaurant | Café
  • Additional Products
    • Apple cider, apple butter, apple chips, sparkling apple cider, honey roasted peanut butter, locally made pottery, knit hats, wild caught smoked salmon, fresh sea salt,