Photo by Kirstin Sandaas

Photo by Kirstin Sandaas

Skokomish Valley Farms

We are located at the foot of the Olympic Mountains in Western Washington. Our 735-acre farm is owned by 18 families who work together to provide tasty vegetables and eggs for the local community. We are passionate about the food we grow and are dedicated to supporting a truly local and sustainable food system.

You can enjoy our produce through a membership in our CSA, at the Shelton and Harstine Island Farmers' Market, and at local restaurants.

Our goal is to be the best possible stewards of the land we farm. To that end, we have 70+ acres in a Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program ("CREP") easement to preserve and restore riparian areas along both the North and South Forks of the Skokomish River. We have enrolled 30+ acres in the Emergency Watershed Protection program ("EWP") to protect wetland areas in perpetuity. We are also certified-organic by Washington State Department of Agriculture ("WSDA"), a measure of and commitment to our sustainable farming practices (certificate link). We are also working with the Mason Conservation District on various other conservation and farming projects.

 
 
 

Shelton Farmers Market

Come visit our farm stand at the Shelton Farmers Market and buy some real, seasonal, and local food. Every Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm May through September at the downtown Post Office Park, 207 Franklin St.

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Harstine Island Farmers Market

Come see us at Opening Day of the summer outdoor market at the Harstine Island Community Center, Saturday, May 26th from 10 am to noon.  The market will continue every Saturday into October.

 
 

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Our farm is about more than just growing good food. Become part of our extended family by joining our CSA! Our 20 week season runs from early June through mid-October. Once our roster is full, we will add prospective members to our waiting list. Please click on the link below to get more information.

 
 
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Spring Goodness

With the return of sunny days, new life greens up the farm. Expect shares to include 8+ items such as: lettuce, peas, beets, strawberries, arugula.

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Summer Bounty

During summer, all the large fruits are in season. Expect shares to be overflowing with 10+ items such as: tomatoes, zucchini, chard, kale, beans.

 
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Festive Fall

As the temperatures start to drop, we welcome back the cool season crops, sweetened by the evenings. Expect 9+ items such as: winter squash, broccoli, carrots.

 

If you would like to signup to receive the weekly CSA newsletter, please click on the button below.