Come Shop Our Farm Market
Shop our year-round Farm Market for the very best seasonal, Organic, and GMO-free produce grown by Washington farmers. We also sell eggs, dairy, grains, jams, sauces, pickles, to-go lunches, and much more.
Be sure to mark your calendar for the first Saturday of each month for First Saturdays in the Farm Market. Enjoy cooking demos by guest chefs, learn how to use seasonal produce, acquire an essential skill, or find out something new about our farmers, products, and growing practices.
- Seasonal Hours
- The market is closed on Jan 1, Nov 24 & 25 in 2016
|June - DecemberWed - Fri
11am - 6pm
10am - 4pm
|January - MayFriday
11am - 6pm
10am - 4pm
Seriously Delicious, Locally-Sourced Farm Food
The Farm Market at 21 Acres is open year-round with the very best GMO-free, seasonal produce grown by Washington farmers. Products are always Certified Organic or produced by farmers committed to sustainable methods, including no chemical inputs or nasty pesticides. Shop for eggs, dairy, grains, jams, sauces, pickles, and much more.
Stop in for convenient food-to-go items prepared every day in the 21 Acres Kitchen. We bake fresh bread, rolls, and treats each morning. Our culinary team makes everything in-house – sauces, condiments, relishes, and more – all made with local ingredients. Pre-order your lunch, dinner, or baked goods. We can even prepare enough food for large groups that can be picked up in the Market.
Planning to put up strawberry jam, pickle cucumbers, or simply enjoy the bounty of the growing season while it lasts? Discounts are always available when you buy bulk quantities. Talk to the Market Staff for details and a projected harvest schedule. We are always happy to track down the very best produce from our local farmers.
Interested in Meat?
The Farm Market supports many Washington ranchers. Find grass-pastured beef, lamb, pork, and poultry, all raised free from hormones or antibiotics and sold frozen in the Market. Not seeing the cut you want for a special event? We are happy to track down a special cut or help you find a substitute for a particular recipe.