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OUR LOCAL FARMERS

If you live in the PNW, we encourage you to buy from these wonderful local farms!

 
 
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21 Acres

21 Acres is a center for sustainable agriculture education and collective action. They offer a range of food and farm-based programs, workshops, events, and tours within the farm, market, and LEED platinum certified building. Founded in 2006, their purpose is to promote the benefits of local food systems within the context of climate challenges. They innovate to solve current problems by infusing traditional concepts with new knowledge, and value a whole systems approach to food production, small-scale food economies, environmental preservation, and climate resilience. Learn More »

 
 
 
 
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Chimacum Corner Farmstand

Chimacum Corner Farmstand is a small rural grocery featuring “FOOD FROM HERE” – scrumptious food grown or produced in the mountain rimmed fertile valleys of Washington State’s NE Olympic Peninsula.  We opened our doors in November, 2010 off-season during a deep recession.  By selling the finest local goods, our “farmstand” hopes to support our agricultural economy while providing our neighbors with the best in health, community, and eating pleasure. Learn More »

 
 
 
 
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Pudget Sound Food Hub

The Puget Sound Food Hub is a robust farmer-owned cooperative operating in the Puget Sound region to market, aggregate and distribute locally produced food from farms to restaurants, hospitals, preschools, grocery stores, universities and more. They have a vision of providing our region with direct access to locally produced foods while supporting the sustainability of our local farms. They support the relationship between regional farmers and their customers, enabling a values-based supply chain for food safety and transparency.  They maintain seller eligibility requirements and quality standards while preserving the producer’s identity from “purchase to delivery” so that the producers’ customers know the story of who, how and where their food was grown. Learn More »