I am a community herbalist, educator, and herb grower on a small farm just west of Port Angeles. I make and sell herbal body care products in small batches using medicinal herbs I grow and harvest at our farm. We use organic and sustainable practices, make our own compost, collect seaweed from local beaches to use as fertilizer, and try to import as little amendments as possible from outside the farm. I have been a farmer and a landscaper for over ten years and also offer rare and endangered perennial herbs that I grow from seed for sale alongside the handmade body care products. My goal is to get people excited about growing and harvesting their own herbal medicine, and to educate them about how to do this effectively and at a low cost.
Atlanta Duncan, firstname.lastname@example.org, 510-458-4122
Konrad and Amie Aalbaugh
We grow our own garden variety of flowers, plants, herbs, and some vegetables to sell at the Farmer's Markets. Our specialty is planning flowers for weddings and other occasion. We also have a variety of Evergreen Christmas wreaths available during the holidays!
Find us at the Port Townsend Saturday Market.
I raise nursery stock, and with patient pruning, wiring, potting, fertilizing etc. I turn trees into Bonsai's. I also make most of my own pots too!
Find me at the Port Townsend Saturday Market
Port Ludlow, WA
Small organic (non certified) farm, on the land I grew up on. My dream is to be a mostly berry and flower farm, I do grow veggies and herbs as well. I am the only active 'employee' my Father whose disabled owns and lives on the property. He helps me weed and in the future will be the tractor man! I also make recylced jean aprons, I knit and crochet and my father makes just about anything out of wood and am planning on having cutting boards for sale. Find me at the Chimacum Farmers Market. Contact me at: email@example.com.
Jeff Maloney and Jason Maloney, Brinnon, WA
Duckabush Mushrooms is a small family business cultivating and selling gourmet mushrooms such as oyster mushrooms and shitake mushrooms. The company is run and operated by father and son, Jeff and Jason Maloney, in the Duckabush Valley of Brinnon, Washington. We compost our mushroom cultivation waste such as wood chips, grain, and other biodegradables to use on the vegetable garden on site. Our mission is to produce organic, healthy and delicious mushrooms to distribute to local restaurants, grocers, and home cooks.
We sell our catch at the Farmers Market because we think it's important to know our customers, and we want them to know us. We partner with people who share our beliefs that seafood should be harvested in a sustainable way. We believe that human and ecological health are one.
Caitlin Carnahan, Diamond Day Bouquet, began her agricultural career as a vegetable farmer. After many years of growing vegetables, the flower portion of Caitlin's business eventually stole her heart. Diamond Day Bouquet grows a wide variety of specialty cut flowers chosen for uniqueness, beauty and vase life. Caitlin deeply believes in sustainable growing practices. She grows beautiful blooms without the use of herbicides or pesticides. Thoughtfully arranged bouquets are Caitlin's specialty. She will also have single variety bunches of seasonal flowers. Find Diamond Day Bouquet at the Port Townsend Saturday Farmers Market.
Eaglemount specializes in hard ciders, unique specialty ciders, fruit meads, and red wines. Our Farm is one of the original homesteads in the county. Making hard ciders from our heirloom variety orchard we continue the homestead tradition. Additionally, we source other organic fruits for our hard ciders, use local honey for our meads, and work with vineyards in Eastern Washington for the premium grapes for our wines.
Blueberries, raspberries, apples, hard cider, mixed vegetables, grain, pastured poultry. Finnriver Farm is a 33 acre organic family farm and artisan Cidery located along a restored salmon stream located off Center Road, in the rural Chimacum Valley, a traditionally agricultural region on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. We are 12 miles south of historic Port Townsend, and a scenic ferry ride and one hour's drive from Seattle.
Find us at the Port Townsend Saturday, Wednesday, & Chimacum Sunday Markets
We have been growing flowers for about 15 years and have created a collection of plants that range from specialty bulbs, annuals, perennials, to shrubs, and trees. Located on Marrowstone Island, our garden is currently about one acre, including a fifty-foot greenhouse for germinating and growing flowers seeds into viable plants. We grow basil, hanging baskets, and sedum container gardens. Flowers are available for pre-made bouquets. We will be specializing in sweet pea varieties this year.
Johnson & Gunstone Shellfish is a 5th generation family farm, which began in 1918 and has been family owned and operated since then. We are based out of Discovery Bay, but harvest from a variety of shellfish farms across the Olympic Peninsula and Hood Canal. We harvest a variety of shellfish products, mainly several varieties of clams and oysters. Our sustainable practices include routine tideland cleanup (particularly after large storm events), extreme attention to water quality, making sure the tidelands we harvest from are rural and as far from human influence as possible, and being conscientious of the watershed we're located in. The PT Market is the first local farmers market we have participated in; we have historically just sold commercially to restaurants and wholesale.
Find us at the Port Townsend Saturday Farmers Market
Hopscotch Farm + Cannery
Find Hopscotch Farm + Cannery at the Port Townsend Wednesday Farmers Market. This multi-plot micro-farm grows heirloom produce. Business owner and farmer, Meghan Mix, also crafts artisan pickles, relish, salsa, and preserves. Based on a contemporary re-imagining of the Victory Garden model, the Hopscotch plots are located in unused open spaces in Jefferson County. Meghan shares, "Hopscotch's mission is to weave together agricultural traditions, the craft of canning, and a sense of place in order to celebrate the abundance of the Olympic Peninsula." Learn more about Hopscotch in this Leader article.
Hanako Myers and Marko Colby
Midori Farm is a small Certified Organic Farm producing high-quality vegetables, traditionally fermented Sauerkraut and Kimchi from farm grown produce. We also specialize in over 100 varieties of certified organic plant starts.
Find us at the Port Townsend Saturday and Wednesday Markets
Mountain Spirit is an earth-based company. I have the pleasure of stewarding seven acres of mostly cedar forest and wetlands. All my products are made with organic or wild crafted ingredients harvested and processed according to the lunar phases. Most of the tinctures herbs come from either my land or the surrounding land in Washington State. All products are created in small batches, giving them the highest quality available. I am also available for herbal consultations.
Find me at the Port Townsend Saturday Market
PO Box 368 Port Townsend, WA 98368
Mystery Bay Farm
Rachael Van Laanen
A small scale, family farm operating on Marrowstone Island. We produce award winning farmstead goat cheeses, fresh yogurt and a season caramel sauce called Cajeta. Careful management of our goats' food and health leads us to superior quality milk which is evident in all of our products. Year round we offer farm tours by reservation. Find us at the Port Townsend Saturday Market.
Nash's Organic Produce has been growing healthy food, saving farmland and training future farmers for over 30 years. The team at Nash's produces over 100 varieties of vegetables, fruits, grains, berries, as well as pasture raised pork by the cut, milling flour, and eggs. Nash's strives to sustain our community with good organic, sustainable food, and educate people about the importance of eating and shopping locally.
Onatrue Farm is a family owned and operated 10 acre Organic farm just outside the city limits of Port Townsend.
After many years of working to move away from proprietary or patented hybrid seed as a gardener and a farmer, I am happy to proclaim 2016 is the year were are 100% open pollinated, open source seed!
What this means for our taste buds, is an abundance of diversity and an opportunity to experience new flavors, and rediscover old ones. Sustainability.. Via: Biodiversity and the power of natural selection!
Speaking of sustainiblity, again in 2016 Onatrue farm will focus on conserving both natural and human resources, in our effort to bring you more for less.
One Straw Ranch is owned and operated by Charlotte and Martin Frederickson. We are a small family farm in Jefferson County, Washington raising animals on pasture. We are committed to raising our animals as naturally as possible, without any additional hormones or unnecessary medications, to produce delicious, wholesome food for you and your family. The health benefits of pasture raised meats and eggs are becoming ever more apparent, and the flavor is incomparable. Try it for yourself today ~ you’ll be glad you did! Visit our online store for pricing and availability:www.onestrawranch.com
Jim & Kathy Robinson
Phocas Farms specializes in the propagation and cultivation of xeriscape plants, hardy outdoor succulents, mostly sedums and sempervivums. Our drought tolerant plants are ideally suited for us as ground covers, rockeries, containers & on green roofs. We have dry farmed saffron since 1984. We supply saffron to several prestigious Northwest restaurants. Our goal is to promote the use of succulents in xeriscaping and green construction to promote by example the practice of dry farming, and to preserve farmland in our increasingly gentrified rural landscape. Find us at the Port Townsend Saturday Market.
(360) 457-2917, 343 Robinson Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362
Red Dog Farm, established in 2008, is located in Center Valley of Chimacum. Originally part of the Brown Family Dairy, the 23-acre farm now produces some of the county’s finest organic vegetables, strawberries, cut flowers, plant starts, and hay. The farm boasts gorgeous views, prime agricultural soils, and frontage along salmon-bearing Chimacum Creek.
Find us at the Port Townsend Saturday, and Chimacum Markets
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. River Run is a horse and tractor powered farm. Horsemanship is integral to our commitment to holistic and sustainable farming practices. Our mission is to bring health and beauty to our local communities by offering high quality farm grown products and acting as good stewards to the land.
Find us at the Port Townsend Saturday and Wednesday Farmers Markets.
2800 Woodcock Road Sequim, WA 98382
http://riverrun.farm, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Llewellyn & Arianne Bertucci
A Family Run Organic Farm at the foot of the Olympic Mountains in Quilcene WA. We sell organic flowers, herbs, produce, and some fruit and eggs. We do wedding and event flowers, host event workshops, and board horses.
Currently the farm operation consists of 400 acres used for pasture, silage and hay production for the 100 Angus beef cows and 100 calves and yearlings. We sell 100% natural grass fed beef by whole, half, and individual USDA inspected cuts. We do not feed any grain, antibiotics, growth hormones, or steroids. We also have grass hay and haylage for sale. We have a composting topsoil business known as Short’s Magical Soil, which is sold locally. We also do custom farm work for several neighbors and clean up feedlots for additional manure for composting.
Find us at the Port Townsend Saturday, and Sunday Chimacum Farmers Markets
We grow organically certified vegtables, fruit, eggs, chicken, lamb, fruit preserves, and honey. Our products are produced locally in Jefferson County using sustainable methods. Our varieties are selected for flavor, suitability for organic production techniques, and adaptability to our husbandry methods. We strive to provide the most natural and humane conditions for all of our meat animals, and to integrate their production into our overall farming system.
Find us at the Port Townsend Saturday and Wednesday Farmers Markets.
When it comes to propagating lavender Victor Gonzalez, our North Olympic Peninsula’s resident expert wholesale lavender grower and supplier. He has successfully propagated more than one million lavender plants during the last decade. Our products are all made here on our farm with ingredients that are organic and vegetable based, free from pesticides and herbicides and never tested on animals. Our many varieties of lavender oil are distilled here in the Sequim Dungeness Valley or at our Lake Chelan lavender farm.
Lacey Allred is the force behind Sweet Seed Flower Farm. Recently new to town and in her 3rd year of growing and providing flowers to her community, Lacey is looking forward to bringing the awareness and beauty of locally grown flowers to Jefferson County.
Lacey Allred, email@example.com, 360-358-2202. Find me at the Chimacum Farmers Market.
Egg and I Gardens
Fuchsia hanging basket and starts. Frozen pork cuts. Feed Grains.