Visiting a working farm can be a great way to get to know your farmer and ask questions about how they grow, harvest, and sell their food.
The most important advice is to call ahead. Click on the "Find Out More" button below for more tips on how to make your farm visit a successful trip.
Check out this link where you can click on the food item, such as apples, blueberries, onions, beef, bees, asparagus and more to see where it is grown in Washington State.
Learn more about Washington State Crops, such as fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes and other WA crops.
Want to know when various fruits and vegetables ripen in Washington State? Check out this link, then find a farm in your area to go pick your own!
18817 W Snoqualmie Valley Rd NE
Duvall, WA 98019
We offer grass-fed, naturally raised beef located in Duvall, Washington.
PO BOX 388
Vashon, WA 98070
We do not apply commercial fertilizers of any kind to our pastures, relying instead on a grazing technique modeled after the migratory habits of wild cattle and bird populations. This labor-intensive, rotational system allows our freely-ranging poultry flocks to symbiotically forage, fertilize and cleanse the pastures behind our dairy herd. The resulting meat, dairy and eggs produced on our farm are of infinitely superior quality, both flavor- and health-wise than those produced conventionally, and in our opinion are significantly superior to typical
Des Moines Dock
Organically Grown Co.
2231 South 208th Street, Suite A
Des Moines, WA 98198
At the core of OGC is a simple idea that has held steady since the beginning: that organic agriculture is necessary for a healthy environment and healthy people.
46601 276th Ave SE
Enumclaw, WA 98022
Naff Family Farm sells whole, raw Jersey milk and milk products (ID Dept. Ag. Permit RCM091). They also sell grass-fed, pasture finished beef and milk-fed pork.
309 S Cloverdale St
Seattle, WA 98108
Loki Fish Company is a family owned and operated business founded in 1979 by Pete Knutson and Hing Lau Ng. Today, Pete and our older son Jonah run our two boats, F/V Loki and F/V Njord, harvesting wild salmon and halibut from southeast Alaska and Puget Sound. Our younger son Dylan manages the business.
Our salmon are gillnet-caught, handled respectfully, bled and dressed onboard, immediately chilled to below freezing in our refrigerated seawater holds, and then transported to Bellingham where our custom processor packs them to our specifications. We take pride in directly marketing every salmon that is harvested aboard our two boats. Our family is personally involved in every step from harvest to processing to direct sales, ensuring the highest level of quality.
31904 NE 8th St
Carnation, WA 98014
From the beginning, we've embraced organic and sustainable agriculture as a way of life, an art, a dedication to care for our land, our employees, our natural habitats and our food system. We carefully select produce varieties that grow well in our area and taste great.
We bring the season’s best mix of organic produce and specialty farm products conveniently to your home or office by growing and partnering with local farms and artisans in your area. Each delivery comes with farm news and recipes!
13701 NE 171st Street,
Woodinville, WA 98072
Our Certified Organic farm is at the heart of everything we do. It’s the reason we are all here — why the land was first secured long ago as part of King County’s Agriculture Preservation Program. It is a source of inspiration for our staff, volunteers and for the entire community to embrace. Our work revolves around the food we grow, and the farm practices that we employ to regenerate soil and contribute to climate solutions. We have a farm, UPick days, classes, events, tours, market and more!
Enumclaw, WA 98022
We offer quality all natural, grassfed beef! We are committed to providing healthy, natural, and nutritious products for our customers throughout the year. Our beef is grassfed and grass-finished in special pastures maintained for boosting the nutritional value of the livestock during the finish phase, instead of degrading it like in commercial feed lots.
30431 38th Ave. S.
Auburn, WA 98001
268th Ave NE
Carnation, WA 98014
We grow food and native plants, we learn about nature and how we can protect it while benefiting from it, and we educate children and the general public about food, farming, and the environment. We also have a pumpkin festival every year.
9317 W Snoqualmie Valley Rd NE
Carnation, WA 98014
They have vegetables and herbs and
feature several varieties of cucumbers, beans, peppers, carrots, and much more for their U-Pickle Patch. which is a great way to feed your pickling obsession. You pick and pay-per-pound.
Local Roots is a diversified vegetable farm located in the Snoqualmie River valley. We grow a wide variety of crops, from kale and broccoli to heirloom tomatoes and lettuces. We sell our produce at our on-farm, honor-system stand, and offer a seasonal Community Supported Agriculture program. As farmers, one of our primary concerns is to grow food in a way that we feel good about.
Our farm is free from any synthetic fertilizers, pesticides herbicides, or fungicides. We build our soil's health by cover-cropping and with organic amendment like lime, composted animal waste, and kelp meal. We grow all our crops from seed, so we know how our produce was grown from start to finish. We believe that a safe and healthy food system is one that is transparent, so consumers can see for themselves how their food was grown, harvested, and brought to market. We work hard to grow delicious, healthful food in a way that is sustainable for us, for you, and for the environment.
7228 Skipley Rd
Snohomish, WA 98290
Contact John at 425-443-1547 or
Gil at 206-679-6576
Organic U-Pick fruits, berries and edible plants.
Located in Poulsbo, WA, they sell their food at several farmers markets and grocery stores on Bainbridge Island, Poulsbo and Seattle. And you can book a farm stay at their 5 bedroom farmhouse.
Our mission is to provide our customers with fresh, organic, locally-grown produce. We want to help deepen the connections between our customers, the food they eat, and the ground in which it grows. We want people of all ages to learn – through a personal connection with the farm and farmer – how their food arrives at the table.
Co-founded in 2013 by friends sharing a deep reverence for good food and good living, River Run Farm raises organic vegetables, berries and flowers along the Dungeness River near Sequim, WA. We look to nature for inspiration in the continuing development of our farming practices and do not use synthetic chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides.
We offer fresh, vibrant produce and flowers to our community on the Olympic Peninsula and in Seattle. You may find our produce and flowers at our farm stand, farmers markets and in local grocery stores or by joining our Farm Share!
Located in Rochester, WA they have certified organic and pasture raised chicken, lamb, pork, grains and beans. The animals do get fed grains that are grown on their land. You can find their food at many local Seattle farmers markets and sign up for their farm subscription service - CSA or community supported agriculture.
Nash's Farm Store
4681 Sequim-Dungeness Way
Sequim, WA 98382
Open daily 10am to 7pm, closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day
Nash’s Organic Produce is located in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley on the fertile delta of the Dungeness River on the North Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.
Surrounded by water on three sides and the spectacular Olympic Mountains to the south, the North Olympic Peninsula has a unique, moderate climate that enables Nash Huber and his team of young farmers to produce the finest organic fruits, vegetables, grains, seed, eggs and pork year round for local markets, including Sequim, Port Angeles, and Port Townsend on the Peninsula, and U-District, Ballard, and Capitol Hill in Seattle, plus other markets on the west coast.
(425) 881-1006 email@example.com
Physical address (not for mail):
13607 Woodinville-Redmond Rd.
The Root Connection is Washington State’s first CSA farm. Since 1987, we have been growing local, chemical-free food for the community at our 20-acre site in the Sammamish Valley between Woodinville and Redmond. For those 30 years, we have offered our members the best of seasonal vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Most of our members pick up their produce right here at the farm.
Our harvest season is 21 weeks from June through October. Members can pick up their vegetables within just hours of when they are picked from the ground! This means that you are getting the highest quality produce possible, with superior flavor, texture, and nutrition. In addition to farm pick-up in Redmond, we have drop sites in Seattle and Lynnwood.
One of the biggest benefits of joining the Root Connection is that in addition to your weekly share, members can “U-pick” dozens of types of greens, herbs, and flowers for free! This adds even more value to your share. Share cost is about $43 per week, depending on payment method (or less if you pay early for a discount).
Located in Fall City and Carnation, WA
Our U Pick blueberry farm is located in the fertile Snoqualmie River Valley in Fall City. We're surrounded by a pristine slough that is home to marsh plants and critters.
Our bluberries are on 5 acres. We grow 10 varieties of blueberries. Duke, bluecrop, reka are the dominant varieties. The fertile floodplain soil of Snoqualmie River makes our berries uniquely sweet and delicious.
Although we're not certified organic, we don't use any synthetic pesticides or chemical sprays on berries. We do use a natural fungicide in very early spring to control mummyberry disease which is so common in our region. This fungicide is also allowed in organic farming.
More than 20% of the fruits and vegetables grown in America never make it off the farm because they aren't perfect enough for grocery store standards.
Imperfect fights food waste by finding a home for 'ugly' produce. They source it directly from farms and deliver it to customers' doors. They offer organic and conventional produce.
They are not necessarily cheaper than grocery stores, although they claim this on their website. If you compare their produce and your local grocery store, then see if they offer any produce that week that is less than your grocery store. They do have a 30% discount for EBT and SNAP users; see their application form to apply for their discount.
Based in Carnation, WA Full Circle brings the season’s best mix of organic produce and specialty farm products conveniently to your home or office by growing and partnering with local farms and artisans from the Pacific Northwest area. Each delivery comes with farm news and recipes!
Based in Rochester, WA Kirsop Farms delivers CSA subscription boxes once a week throughout the growing season, about 20 weeks in all, to pickup locations throughout Olympia and Seattle.