Farmers Markets

Carnation Farms is a nonprofit organization on a mission to transform the way that America wants to eat. We celebrate delicious and nutritious food produced in a sustainable manner by providing inspirational and educational experiences that positively affect heath, the environment, and local economies. We develop the next generation of food citizens and grow new farmers.

We grow veggies using organic production methods while taking good care of the land we call home.

Cherry Valley Dairy is a farmstead dairy in Duvall where artisanal practices and environmental stewardship can come together to nourish the community and respect the land. We have a small herd of about 50 Jersey Cows whose milk we use to craft high quality cultured butter and various cheeses.

Falling River Meats specializes in local humanely raised meats. We grow and purchase animals for other local farmers to supply beef, pork, lamb, goat, chicken and turkey for our meat delivery and our upcoming retail space.

Newly purchased 12 acres on the Wallace River with goal to become a producing organic farm of fruit trees, berries, nut trees and possibly goat cheese within 3 years. Wish us luck!

Goose and Gander Farm is a small family farm on the banks of the Snoqualmie river where we grow a diverse selection of heirloom vegetables, herbs, flowers and eggs for our customers around the East side and the greater Seattle area.  Our produce is available through CSA, farmers markets, and our farm stand.  We are passionate about the food we grow and supporting a truly local and sustainable food system by connecting those in our community directly to clean, healthy and delicious food.  We encourage you to join our weekly CSA and pick up here at the farm for the most seasonal and delicious selection of food around!  Honey, eggs, flowers and pastured chicken are available to CSA shareholders.  Visit the farm and check out our U-Pickle Patch and Farm Stand during the summer!  Wholesale & restaurant pricing available.

We are a small family farm committed to sustainable farming practices. We grow our vegetables without the use of any synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. We source nearly all of our seed from organically certified sources. Absolutely no GMO seed is used on our farm.

Growing Things Farm is a Certified Naturally Grown Farm established in 1989 now transitioning from a 10 acre vegetable and meat farm to quality salad greens and salad veggies, as well as body and healing products from herbs and goat milk grown on the farm. Products are sold wholesale, from the website and from farmers market.

Goat milk soap products
Natural botanical healing balms and creams
Low sugar jams

Lettuce Love Farm is a small, 2 acre farm owned and operated by Lauren Tyner and Kevin Haggerty. We are a couple of young farmers who grow unique, nutritious vegetables and microgreens with bold flavors derived from our rich, dark soils, and in addition, we produce pasture-raised eggs from heritage breed chickens using rotational grazing patterns. We exclusively use sustainable and natural growing practices which foster a thriving soil ecosystem, and keep our farmland productive here in Carnation. You can find our products at several local restaurants, the Queen Anne and Mercer Island farmers markets, the Hopelink food bank, and various other locations. Follow us on Instagram @lettucelovefarm and on Facebook for updates, and for more information, find us at www.lettucelovefarm.com, or contact lettucelovefarm@gmail.com.

One Leaf Farm is a seven-acre mixed vegetable farm. We use sustainable and organic growing methods. One Leaf sells its produce at the Ballard Farmers Market, and to several Seattle-area restaurants.

Orange Star Farm grows a variety of specialty herbs and vegetables and pastured duck eggs. Established in 2016, we sell to our local community, farmers markets and small restaurants interested in unique varieties grown with care. There is such diversity in nature and we aim to grow cultivars that reflect that.  We believe that a farm is only as resilient as it’s soils and natural ecosystems; we feed the soils and the soils feed our vegetables! We do not use synthetic pesticides or herbicides and focus on growing heirloom and improved open pollinated varieties.

Pike Place Market was established to serve farmers in 1907. Washington farmers continue to sell their locally grown produce and specialty farm products to shoppers at the market seven days a week, 363 days a year.

Present Tense Farm grows diverse vegetables and herbs, focusing on the unique and hard to find. All of our produce is grown with organic methods and practices, and sold to local restaurants, two Seattle farmers markets and the Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Cooperative.

Radicle Roots Farm is a sustainable market farm located in Snohomish, Washington. Established in 2015, we grow artisan produce using organic practices for local farmers markets, restaurants and distributors on less than one acre of land.

Certified Organic mixed vegetables. CSA and farmer’s market sales.
www.soltoseedfarm.com

We are Steel Wheel Farm, a small, first-generation family farm with one goal in mind: To improve the way in which produce is grown, harvested and distributed. Everything we do is guided by our mission of being quality-driven, environmentally friendly and stewards of the land. We believe that quality food begins with the farmer, and because of that, we provide only fresh, local and naturally-grown items.
https://steelwheelfarm.com/

FRESH SHEET: sign up at https://steelwheelfarm.com/restaurants/

Welcome, Fresh Veggie Lovers!
I want to share my love of growing and eating fresh, healthful vegetables.  For those who like to explore new varieties, try new flavors, and rediscover old favorites, welcome to Sweet Harvest! I grow on less than an acre in the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley, near Carnation. I’d love to grow for you. ~ Margaret

FRESH SHEET: email marghindle@gmail.com

Tractor Farm is a family orchard dedicated to healthy food and land stewardship. Our primary crop is Asian pears, also known as Korean pears, apple pears and Nashi. Our secondary crop is raw honey and other hive products from our orchard honeybees.