Farm Fresh Washington is designed for people who like food and fun. This web resource has an event calendar to let you know about fairs, festivals, concerts, sporting events and more. You will find entertaining videos about how to prepare your locally sourced food, places you may want to visit, or how to take advantage of what is in season. You can locate craft brewers and wineries, artisan cheese makers, farmers markets, and local farm stands to source freshly harvested food. Connecting with your local butcher for your favorite BBQ treat, finding shellfish growers that supply their bounty direct from the sea or even purchasing a fresh locally grown bouquet to brighten your table are just some of the ways you can utilize Farm Fresh Washington.
What is Farm Fresh Washington?
You can use the Washington State University Farm Finder to find farms throughout Washington. Searchable Categories include fruit, nuts, berries, herbs, livestock, meat, dairy, eggs, nursery stock, flowers, and vegetables.
Washington artisan cheeses have been winning awards around the world, and there is almost always something new for fellow cheese lovers to enjoy. Click below for a directory of the many cheese producers right here in the Pacific Northwest.
For over 25 years, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. Use the link below for a directory of CSA farms in your area.
The craft beer industry in Washington is growing at a phenomenal rate. Beer drinkers are drawn to the exceptional quality, taste, and creativity that characterize craft beer. Click below for a directory of craft beer brewries in Washington state.
There are so many choices of beef and we want to help you find the best option for you and connect you with local purveyors. Click below to find independent farmers, ranchers and butcher shops that sell beef directly to the public in your county.
You can use the Washington State Wine Directory to find hundreds of wineries and vineyards in Washington State. You will be amazed at how many great places there are to visit in Washington State. Click the link below to search the map.
Northwest Cider Association brings cideries and cider lovers together to experience the Northwest cider culture. It is an organization formed by cider producers throughout the Pacific Northwest to promote awareness of regional ciders.
Farmer's markets bring you Washington’s finest local farmers, food purveyors, and artisans. Click the button below to find a farmers market. Search by the day of the week that the market is open and types of payment options accepted.
PCSGA works on behalf of its members on a broad spectrum of issues, including environmental protection, shellfish safety, regulations, technology, and marketing. Click below for a directory of shellfish farms.
The majority of our distilleries rely heavily on tasting room traffic to support their business. Distillers are eager to welcome visitors to come and taste their brews. Click the link below to learn more about the Washington Distillery Trail.
The purpose of Washington Flowers Project is to influence more consumers to buy locally grown flowers. We are also helping flower industry stakeholders improve their best practices within the cut flower industry in Washington State.