Okanogan Producer’s Marketing Association (OPMA)

Sustainability and Diversity Indicators
  • Latina/o/x Owned

    Owned & operated by a person of Latin American origin or descent.

  • Woman Owned

    Owned & operated by a woman

  • Certified Organic

    A third-party certification identifying products free of chemical pesticides & fertilizers, hormones and preventative antibiotics.

  • 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

We are 7 Small Organic Farms: Apple Cart Fruit, Bunny Laine Fruit, Filaree Fruit, Grandpa’s Home Place, Vulgaris Grounds, Whitestone Mountain Orchard and M&A Orchards in the Okanogan Valley. Our farmers work together, sharing resources, equipment, knowledge, expertise, marketing and sales. We have developed a close working relationship between the farms and farmers and our Co-op for the benefit of the consumers we serve. We believe that we have much more to offer our customers through these relationships than we ever did as individual farms and farmers.
Since 2006 we have forged strong connections with our markets and have developed a reputation for excellent quality fruit and produce as well as customer service and delivery. OPMA’s quick delivery from tree to the consumer makes it possible to guarantee our products.
The naturally warm sunny climate of the Okanogan makes it possible for us to grow the best quality fruit and produce available anywhere in the world!
OPMA Farms grow and market Washington State Department of Agriculture Certified Organic.
OPMA’s list of crops grown is extensive and varied. We have single trees of some varieties and acres of others so availability and quantity is dictated by the size of the planting. For example, more than 25 varieties of heirloom apples are grown on just 2.5 acres.
Product Availability:
Apples: mid July to February
Apricots: Late June-July
Blackberries: July
Blueberries: July
– Sour: mid July
– Sweet: mid June – July
Donut Peaches: mid July – August
Nectarines: mid July – September
Peaches: mid July – September
Pears: September – October
– Asian: September
Plums: August
Pluots.: August – September
Table Grapes: August – October

Growing Methods

Certified Organic, Salmon-Safe, Regenerative Practices

Our Offerings

  • Fruit | Berries
    • Apples
    • Apricots/Apriums
    • Berries
    • Blackberries
    • Blueberries
    • Cherries
    • Grapes
    • Nectarines
    • Peaches
    • Pears
    • Pears (Asian)
    • Plums/Prunes/Pluots
    • Raspberries
  • Markets & Grocers
    • Food Co-Op
    • Grocer
    • Local Food Box
    • Online Marketplace | Food Hub