Hell or High Water Farm

Business Type: Producer

Enumclaw, WA

    • Hell or High Water Farm
    • Enumclaw, WA

About Us

Hell or High Water Farm grows vegetables, flowers, and raises poultry on pasture in Enumclaw, WA. Find us at the Capitol Hill Farmers Market year round.

Growing & Operating Practices

Hell or High Water Farm engages in sustainable farming practices to regenerate soil health, foster beneficial insects, and promote ethical animal welfare. We grow vegetables and flowers using certified organic, non-GMO seeds. Our flocks forage on organically managed pastures. We use no antibiotics or growth hormones and keep our flocks healthy through preventative, organic methods.

Our Products

  • Locally Raised, Harvested, Grown
    • Eggs
    • Meat & Poultry
      • Poultry
    • Vegetables & Herbs
      • Arugula
      • Asian Greens/Bok Choy
      • Basil
      • Beans (Green/Yellow)
      • Beets
      • Braising Mix
      • Broccolini
      • Brussels Sprouts
      • Cabbage
      • Carrots
      • Cauliflower
      • Chard
      • Chicories
      • Cilantro
      • Collard Greens
      • Corn
      • Cucumbers
      • Daikon
      • Dill
      • Eggplant
      • Fennel
      • Garlic
      • Garlic Scapes
      • Green Onions
      • Herbs & Botanicals
      • Herbs (Fresh)
      • Kale
      • Lettuce
      • Onions
      • Peas
      • Peppers (Hot)
      • Peppers (Sweet)
      • Pumpkins
      • Radicchio
      • Radishes
      • Root Vegetables
      • Salad Greens
      • Spinach
      • Squash (Summer)
      • Squash (Winter)
      • Tomatillos
      • Tomatoes
      • Tomatoes (Cherry)
      • Turnips

Our Services

  • Food Access
    • Donates to Food Assistance Programs

Retail Info

Where to Purchase

  • Farmers Markets

Find us at these Farmers Markets

Payments Accepted

  • Accepts Cash
  • Accepts Credit Cards
  • Accepts Personal Checks
  • Food Access & Nutrition Incentives
    • Accepts WIC
    • Accepts FMNP
    • Accepts Fresh Bucks
    • Accepts SNAP Market Match
    • Accepts SNAP/EBT

Distribution Methods

  • On Farm Pick-up