FARMERS MARKETS

Whitehorse Farmers Market
1080 Seeman St, Darrington, WA Phone:(360) 436-9757
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Whitehorse Farmers Market is a 7 day a week market bringing year round quality and unique market items to the Darrington community. The renovation of the Pinetree building will ultimately include a fabulous Crepe restaurant, ice cream parlor, and soda fountain combined with a bakery. When complete, we hope to have created a valued resource for the community and a true destination for travelers coming through. “Welcome them, feed them well, and invite them back again!” We are committed to serving the community and travelers along the way with a quality experience and great prices! Watch Us Grow!


Arlington Farmers Market
200 North Olympic Avenue, Arlington, WA Phone:(360) 547-9883
Legion Park, Saturdays 10 AM – 3 PM, July 11 – September 26. Enjoy Legion Park in historic downtown Arlington while purchasing local fruits and veggies, cheese, honey and handmade goods. Centennial Trail runs adjacent to the park, making the market a pleasant and convenient lunch stop. Peruse the art installations along the trail, including a new interactive sound garden. Friendly, leashed dogs welcome, wheelchair accessible and ample free parking. We were proud to be named America’s Favorite Small Farmers Market in 2012 by American Farmland Trust. Join us this summer!

Concrete Farmers Market
45821 Railroad Avenue, Concrete, WA 98237 Phone: (360) 856-1385
www.concretesaturdaymarket.com
Offering local organic produce, jam makers, photographers, woodworkers, sewers, knitters, crocheters, glass artisans, jewelry makers, yard art artists, knife artists, ceramicists, paper artists, and creators of soaps, lotions, perfumes, lip balm, shampoos and more.
On most days there is a non-profit organization having a bake sale, you can find local musicians practicing their art, and the Concrete Chamber of Commerce is available for more information on the town and local events.


FARMS & FRUIT STANDS

Fruitful Farm
21308 State Rte 530 NE, Arlington, WA 98223 Phone: (360) 631-3494 www.fruitfulfarm.net
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Fruitful Farm is a family owned, diversified farm & nursery nestled among the beautiful foothills of Washington’s Stillaguamish Valley, in Oso. Using all natural, non GMO, organic growing methods, we strive to maintain a high standard of excellence in offering our customers a bountiful variety of farm fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, honey and handcrafted products. Our colorful nursery of vibrant hanging flower baskets, annuals, perennials, rare ornamental shrubs, trees and dwarf evergreen conifers completes a refreshing oasis that delights the eyes and inspires the soul. We will be taking orders for Eastern Washington Peaches, Nectarines, Apples and Pears in August.

Mystic Mountain Nursery / Bed & Breakfast
Phone: (360) 435-5888 www.mysticmountainfarm.com
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29909 Oso Loop Road, Arlington Wednesday – Sunday 9 AM – 5 PM, June – December
Pumpkin Patch: Daily through October
Mystic Mountain Nursery Opens April 1. We are family owned and have lived in the Stillaguamish Valley for over 20 years We carry perennials, annuals, herbs, hanging baskets, trees and shrubs. The Antique Gift shop has gourmet food lines, Ed Hume seeds and much more. Built in 1922, the Bed & Breakfast is in our restored Dairy Barn. Check out our website for more details

Chuck’s Nursery
11731 State Route 530 NE, Arlington, WA 98223 Phone: (360) 435-8264
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Chuck’s Nursery has been in the family for over 100 years, come meet the third generation of farmers keeping agriculture alive in the Stilly Valley. In the spring you will find bare root fruit trees, hostas, lilacs, raspberries and blackberries. Everything you need to get your summer fruit and flower beds started. You will also find a unique assortment of Rodies and Azaleas from one gallon to field grown. Be sure to stop by in May to see the beautiful collections of peonies in bloom and enjoy all of the amazing colors. Wander through the vast assortment of trees, shrubs and perennials spread throughout the farms many gardens. Have a gardening question; be sure to ask us, we’d love to help!

Red Ranch Berry Farm
15130 294th St. NE, Arlington, WA Phone: (425) 346-7653
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We are have 5 delicious varieties of blueberries. The early blooming Earlyblues, the large size Toros, the reliable Bluerays,the delightful Bluecrop,and the brand new Drapers. The berries will start ripening the 2nd week in July, but with this mild winter we have had they could ripen earlier. It is best to keep an eye on our Facebook site to watch for our opening date. We offer u-pick as well as we pick, sold by the pound. We have restroom facilities for your convenience as well as a new picnic area so bring your basket and have lunch while enjoying the terrific view of the surrounding mountains.

Foster’s Produce & Corn Maze
Phone: (360) 435-6516 www.fosterscornmaze.com

5818 State Route 530 NE, Arlington Daily 10 AM – 5 PM, June 1 – October 31
Foster’s – We Grow Family Fun! Summer: Local berries, Eastern WA stone fruit, sweet corn. October: U-Pick pumpkin patch & corn maze, cannon blaster, slinger, pony and train rides, hay maze, goat and duck show, farm animals, kids’ playground. “Learn about Farming” school field trips; call to make your appointment. Children will enjoy discovering how pumpkins and corn grow. Plan your fall birthday party by renting our Vintage Hay Barn Party Room. Proud member of the Red Rooster Route.

Garden Treasures
3328 WA-530, Arlington, WA 98223 Phone: (360) 435-9272
www.gardentreasuresfarm.com
We pledge to grow clean organic food for the people. We source the finest local products for our farm stand. Visit us at the farm, or find us at a farmers market near you.

Biringer Berry Farm
Phone: (425-259-0255) www.biringerfarm.com

21412 59th Avenue NE, Arlington
Berry Barns: Lynnwood, Marysville & Shoreline, see website for details

U-Pick & Farm Market: Mid-June to mid-Aug, see website for details Pluck, Play, Eat & Save! U-Pick/We-Pick. Family Fun! Trolley rides to fields. Pluck choice strawberries & raspberries right from the vines! We furnish containers. Barn Market: Strawberry “Slicers” ready to eat & freeze. Pre-picked: strawberries, raspberries, tayberries, blackcaps and blackberries. Local honey and shortcake to die for! Picnic on our covered wagon next to our historic barn. Kiddie play area. See website for festivals, school tours and birthday parties by reservation. Proud members of the Red Rooster Route Family Farms.

Bryant Blueberry Farm
Phone: (360) 474-8424 www.bryantblueberries.com

5628 Grandview Road, Arlington
Tues, Thurs, Sat & Sun 8 AM – 4 PM, open early July –mid-September

U-Pick/We-Pick plump juicy blueberries, tayberries, blackberries, currants, rhubarb and aronia berries using sustainable practices. We also sell beautiful U-Cut dahlias, blueberry plants and fresh picked produce. Enjoy a picnic in our shaded area. Kids will have fun visiting farm animals and in our playground. Picking buckets and boxes provided. Follow us on Facebook or see website for updates. Proud member of the Red Rooster Route. Located 3 1/2 miles north of Arlington. Our annual Bryant Blueberry Festival is July 25.

Hazel Blue Acres
(360) 631-2958
430 Hevly Road, Arlington Check us out on Facebook!
Tuesday – Saturday 9 AM – 4 PM, mid-July to late August, see Facebook or call for availability
U-Pick & We-Pick juicy and delicious certified organic blueberries on our beautiful family farm along the Stillaguamish River minutes from I-5 exit 208 near Silvana. We provide buckets, harnesses and bags. Season runs mid-July to late August depending on sunshine. Tuesday – Saturday, 9 AM– 4 PM unless it is raining. Check Facebook or call for availability of berries. Take Exit 208, head west 2.1 miles. Turn right on Hevly Road & go 1.1 miles to end of road. See you this summer!

Ninety Farms
Phone: (360) 631-1286 www.90farms.com

22912 67th Avenue NE, Arlington Call for hours
Ninety Farms is a family owned and run farm in Arlington. We use natural growing methods and sell USDA grass-fed, hormone and antibiotic free beef, lamb and ethically raised veal. All our animals are born and raised on our farm grazing on our lush river valley grasses. Purchase individual cuts at the farm; feel free to call ahead & see what’s in stock. Wholesale pricing available for restaurants and stores. Farm tours for schools, day cares, senior centers and culinary schools by appointment.

Cascadian Farms
Phone: (360) 853-8173 www.cascadianfarm.com

55931 State Route 20, Rockport, WA 9828
May: 10 am – 6 pm, June-September: 9 am – 7 pm, October 10 am – 6 pm

The Cascadian Home Farm is nestled in the foothills of the breathtaking North Cascades mountain range. This 28-acre farm in western Washington's Upper Skagit Valley is the birthplace of the Cascadian Farm portfolio of delicious organic foods. And we're proud to tell you that over 40 years after its founding, the Cascadian Home Farm is still rooted in to the organic values we've always believed in. At the Cascadian Home Farm, we grow our crops and protect the local ecosystem using sustainable organic methods. Today our fields are producing mostly fresh blueberries, but we also farm organic strawberries, raspberries, hardy kiwis, peppers, corn and pumpkins.

Double O Ranch, LLC
Phone: (360) 853-8494 www.doubleoranchllc.com

46276 Concrete Sauk Valley Road, Concrete Monday – Friday 9 AM – 5 PM, by appointment on weekends. Nestled in the rugged foothills of the North Cascades, on the Skagit River is our family run 580-acre cattle ranch and AAA approved log cabins and guesthouses. Bring the whole family and enjoy 360-degree mountain views, trails, wildlife, conservation practices and farm animals. Our ranch produces high quality, all natural USDA inspected beef by the package and beef by the quarter and half. We raise award winning Maine-Anjou and Angus cattle for show and breeding.

The Outback Kangaroo Farm
10030 State Route 530 NE, Arlinton, WA 98223 Phone: (360) 403-7474
www.outbackkangaroofarm.com
Kangaroo and Exotic Animal Tours

Open March 1st - October 31st! Tours are Wednesday-Sunday @ 10, 12, 2, & 4. Admission is $9 for children ages, $10 for adults, and $9 for seniors.

At The Outback Kangaroo Farm, we take the idea of a zoo to a whole new level.
We provide kangaroo and exotic animal tours during which you have the opportunity to interact with all our different animals. In addition to kangaroos, our farm houses everything from alpacas and flying squirrels to peacocks and wallaroos. Our kangaroo farm is the ideal setting for birthday parties and other special events. For more information about private and group tours, call us at (360) 403-7474.

Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Museum
20722 67th Avenue NE, Arlington, WA 98223 Phone: (360) 435-7289 www.stillymuseum.org
Enjoy a variety of exceptional exhibits within a beautiful building on a lovely park. Tour the museum with one of our informative guides, as you proceed at a comfortable pace. Entry: $5 adults, $2 children 12 and under.


Fruit Stands


Whitehorse Meadows Farm
Phone: (206) 369-1456 www.whitehorsemeadowsfarm.com

38302 SR 530 NE, Arlington Tuesday – Saturday 10 AM – 4 PM, mid-July – September
Blueberries are what we do at our family owned certified organic farm. We are 20 miles east of Arlington on Hwy. 530, at the foot of Whitehorse Glacier. U-Pick and We-Pick berries are in season from mid-July through September. Frozen fruit, blueberry chutney, salsa, compote, preserve and vinegar are available year-round. We are located 23 miles east of Arlington, Washington on SR 530. Farm Fruit Stand and U-Pick. Starting July 15, Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Weather permitting (can't pick fruit when it's wet!) Please check the website or Facebook for U-Pick availability before coming. Remember, no U-Pick if it is raining. See you this summer!




WILDFLOWERS

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Fendler's Waterleaf
You will find Fendler's Waterleaf growing along the receding snow banks of alpine marshes and lakes, often growing with Cow Parsnip and Mountain Marsh Marigold. This flower begins to bloom in May and as you go up in elevation will bloom later in the season. Fendler's Waterleaf grows about one foot high, the white flowers are borne in clusters on long stems rising above sharp pointed bright green leaves that are white beneath. A good hike to see Fendler's Water Leaf is the Goat Lake/Elliott Creek Trail
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May – September