Where to get local food
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Stores and Markets carrying local food

Restaurants the feature local food

Local Farms

Community Supported Agriculture



Stores and markets that carry local food
Some of these stores also carry produce and food items that are not locally produced. Ask your vendor which items are local and encourage them to label where their food comes from.

•  Country Aire, 117 East First St., Port Angeles. Open Monday–Saturday, 9 am-6 pm; Sunday, 11 am-4 pm.

•  The Dungeness Creamery, Dungeness. 1915 Towne Rd. Open year ‘round, Monday–Saturday, 10 am-5 pm.

•  Family Farm, 3931 Old Olympic Hwy. Monday–Saturday, 8 am-5 pm. June to first week in October.

•  Forks Open Aire Market. new location shared with Forks Timber
Museum on Hwy 101 south
, Forks. May 24 - Oct. Saturdays, 10 am-2 pm. Laurel(market manager) 360-327-3877

•  Gertie’s Farmers Market, Port Angeles. One block east of Race St. on First. March–December, Saturdays, 9 am-3 pm.

•  Good to Go Grocery, Port Angeles. 1105 S. Eunice St., 2 blocks west of Race and Lauridsen Blvd. Open year ‘round, Monday–Friday, 8 am-6 pm; Saturday, 10 am-5 pm.

•  J&P Produce, Forks.  520 South Forks Ave.  360-374-9360

•  Johnston Farms, 1046 Heuhslein, off Old Olympic Hwy., Port Angeles. Monday–Friday, 10 am-6 pm, June to October.

•  Nash’s Farm Store, Dungeness. 1873 East Anderson Rd. Open year round, Tuesday–Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

•  Port Angeles Farmers Market. County Courthouse parking lot, 4th and Peabody Sts., Saturdays, 10 am- 2 pm, year ‘round, weather permitting. June–September, Wednesdays, 3 pm-6:30 pm, downtown, off Laurel St.

•  Port Townsend Farmers Market, Tyler St. at Lawrence, Saturdays, 9:30 am-1:30 pm; Polk St. at Lawrence, Wednesdays, 3:30-6:30 pm from June to October.

•  The Port Townsend Food Co-op. 414 Kearney St., Port Townsend. Open year ‘round. www.foodcoop.coop.

•  The Sequim Open Aire Market. Second and Cedar Sts., Sequim. Mid-May–Mid-October, Saturdays, 9 am-3 pm

•  Sunny Farms Country Store, Sequim. 261461 Highway 101 West. Open year ‘round, 8 am-7 pm

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Restaurants that feature local foods

 Carlsborg
    Old Mill Cafe

Port
Angeles
    Bella Italia
     Bushwhacker
    Joy’s Bistro
    Michael’s Divine Dining

Sequim
    Alder Wood Bistro
    Cafe Provence

    Cedar Creek
 

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Local Farms
This is a partial list of local farms where you can find excellent produce, meats, eggs, dairy and other farm items.  Please contact us if you are not on the list!


Forks Area

Hoh Humm Ranch. 171763 Hwy. 101, Forks. Organic beef, lamb, goats, pigs, poultry. 374-5337.

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Port Angeles Area

Blueberry Haven Farm. 173 Lewallen Rd., Port Angeles. U-pick blueberries. 928-0257.

Creek Road Cottage Farm, 483 Siebert Creek Rd., Port Angeles. Apples. 417-0605.

Elwha Apiary. 539 Herrick Rd., Port Angeles. Local honey and garlic. 452-9358.

Family Farm. 3931 Old Olympic Hwy., Port Angeles. Fresh vegetables, June–October. 417-6710.

Hole-in-the-Fence Farm. Port Angeles. Lamb and mutton, poultry, eggs. 457-3627.

Jan’s Country Garden. 344 O’Brien Rd., Port Angeles. U-pick vegetables. 452-8287.

Johnston Farms, 1046 Huehslein Rd., Port Angeles. Fruits and vegetables. 452-1936.

Lazy J Tree Farm. 225 Gehrke Rd., Port Angeles. Apples, cider, Asian pears, potatoes, assorted vegetables in season. 457-5950.

No Idle Daze Farm. 322 Black Diamond Rd., Port Angeles. Fruit and eggs in season. 457-5537.

Olympic Wilderness Apiary. 46492 Hwy. 112, Port Angeles. Honey. 928-3125.

Salt Creek Farm. 310 Salt Creek Rd., Port Angeles. Organic fruits and vegetables. 928-3583.

WestWind Farm on Salt Creek. 585 Wasankari Rd., Port Angeles. Vegetables and fruits. 928-3022.

Winters Farming. 722 Deer Park Rd., Port Angeles. Beef and lamb. 452-2731.

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Sequim Area

Bekkavar Family Farms, 273054 Hwy. 101, Sequim. Beef. 683-3655.

Cameron Berry Farm. Woodcock and Wheeler Rds., Sequim. U-pick strawberries. 683-5483.

Dungeness Meadow Farm. 135 Meadowmeer Lane, Sequim. Organic blueberries. 582-1128.

Dungeness Valley Creamery. 1915 Towne Rd., Sequim. Raw milk . 683-0716.

Erik’s Edible Orchard. 162 Creekside Dr., Sequim. Organic apples, pears, and cherries. 683-6684.

Fat Cat Garden. 71 Fat Cat Lane, Sequim. Honey, garlic, eggs, fruit, April–October. 681-6832.

Graysmarsh Farms. 6187 Woodcock Rd., Sequim. Wide variety of berries for U-pick and purchase. 683-0624.

Gustafson Farm. 160 E. Hendrickson Rd., Sequim. Beef. 683-6261.

Heintz Berry Farm. 152 Windy Way, Sequim. Berries in season. 461-3570.

Ireland Farms. 20 Spath Rd., Sequim. Grass-fed beef, eggs, pears and pasture mushrooms. 683-8399.

Kol Simcha Farm. 3284 Happy Valley Rd., Sequim. Lamb, garden produce in season. 775-0424.

Laurel Ann’s Rainbow Farm. 142 Towne Rd., Sequim. Berries and vegetables. 683-6068.

Nash’s Produce. 1873 E. Anderson Rd., Sequim. Organic fruits and vegetables, eggs, pork. 683-4642.

Ninna’s Barn. 340 Frost Rd., Sequim. Grass-fed lamb, eggs. 681-6306.

Rick’s Organic Produce. 310 Cameron Rd., Sequim. Organic vegetables.

Sunset Berry Farm. 632 Atterberry Rd., Sequim. Organic berries. 683-7651.


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Community Supported Agriculture
In the CSA system, the consumer purchases a season’s worth of vegetables (sometimes flowers, fruits, herbs and even milk or meat) in the Spring, and then receives weekly shares throughout the growing season. In some CSA systems, the consumer may actually do labor on the farm or help administrate the CSA program in lieu of payment. 

Typically, CSA farms are small, independent, labor-intensive, family farms. By providing a guaranteed market through prepaid annual sales, consumers essentially help finance farming operations when the farm needs it most—during the planting season. 

This allows farmers to not only focus on quality growing, it can also somewhat level the playing field in a food market that favors usually large-scale, industrialized agriculture over local food. Vegetables and fruit are the most common CSA crops. The cost of a share is usually competitively priced when compared to the same amount of vegetables conventionally-grown, partly because the cost of distribution is lowered.

Local farms that offer CSA programs include:
Salt Creek Farm,
310 Salt Creek Rd., Port Angeles. 928-3583. The farm features heritage varieties of fruits and vegetables, organically grown. CSA members may also include eggs and/or breads in their weekly shares.

Nash’s Produce, 1865 E. Anderson Rd., Sequim. 681-7458. Weekly farm share boxes include a wide variety of organic produce, July–December.


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