Beets, Carrots, Onions, Oh my….
My mission is to teach mushroom cultivation. Dietz farm sells mushroom growing kits for $10 and $20 each (small & large). This is less than it costs to ship them. For cultivators who make growing kits, we supply fungus culture on agar, grain spawn, processed ……. READ MORE
Victor’s Rain Shadow Lavender, the newest lavender farm on the Olympic Peninsula, features over 4,000 beautiful young lavender plants on 5 acres at the corner of Kitchen-Dick Rd and Old Olympic Highway in Sequim. The farm store includes all of Victor’s Lavender products made by ……. READ MORE
Hopscotch grows heirloom produce and crafts artisan pickles, relish, and preserves for CSA, farmers market, and local groceries in Port Townsend, WA. Hopscotch’s unique assortment of shelf-stable canned goods is crafted from farm-grown fruit, veggies & herbs – a “Farm to Jar” operation. Hopscotch uses ……. READ MORE
We make our living producing fresh, organic vegetables and the best pastured chicken eggs for our community. Self-serve, honor system farm stand open daily. Eggs put out by 8am daily $6/doz. Year-round, seasonal organic produce, with a focus on potatoes, onions, and squash. Cash/check. In ……. READ MORE
Sequim Bee Farm is a small apiary located on the North Olympic Peninsula, in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains and surrounded by hundreds of acres of undisturbed mountain terrain. Our bee yards back onto pristine wilderness where our girls feast on specific varieties of ……. READ MORE
The Mission of Sunfield Education Association is to provide programs in education and sustainable land stewardship that engage the hands, awaken the mind, and nurture connections between the earth and its inhabitants. Sunfield offers educational programs for all phases of life that enliven understanding through ……. READ MORE
Chi’s Farm is a major hub in Sequim for fantastic, fresh, clean and delicious organic vegetables. A Sequim local, owner Scott Chichester has been building his skills and farm dreams over the past 20 years, many of which were spent at Nash’s Organic Produce. He ……. READ MORE