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Statewide & Regional Farm Listings

WSU Farm Finder imageFarm Finder by Washington State University Small Farms Team is an online directory and search engine that identify the farms/producers who meet your needs. Simply choose a crop you are looking to buy, location, and the market type, and the directory gives you a list of farms/producers with their contact info. If you know the farm name, you can search by the name to find out what they grow/raise.

Puget Sound Fresh logoFarm Finder by Puget Sound Fresh (PSF) is an online directory of farmer members of the Puget Sound Fresh network. PSF is going beyond Puget Sound region and moving to cover whole state.



Local Farm Listings:

Also see Puget Sound Fresh Farm Maps

Farmer Co-ops & Food Hubs

Food hubs can help schools and institutions find and buy from multiple farms at once, and provide distribution, invoicing, and other services for farms and buyers.

Puget Sound Food Hub Co-op (PSFH Co-op) is a network of farms and partners operating cooperatively in the Puget Sound region of Washington State to market, aggregate and distribute locally produced food from farm to institutions such as restaurants, hospitals, preschools, universities, etc. as well as to grocery stores. PSFH is a farmer-owned co-op, and some member farms provide minimally processed products (such as frozen and fresh cut products) through PSFH.
Delivery Area: Whatcom, Skagit, Island, Snohomish, and King Counties.

LINC Foods sells locally produced fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, meats, cheeses, and eggs to schools, colleges, universities, hospitals, retirement communities, restaurants, and grocery stores from 45 family farmers. It is a one-stop shop for local, sustainable food. All of the products available through LINC Foods are grown by farmer-owners in the Spokane area in Washington State. LINC Foods also has minimally processed products (washing, slicing, dicing, peeling, etc.)
Delivery Area:
Spokane County

Okanogan Producers Marketing Association (OPMA) is six small farms working together, sharing resources, equipment, knowledge, expertise, marketing and sales of Okanogan County grown treefruit and berries. Dried fruit also available.
Delivery Area: King, Pierce, Thurston, Whatcom, Spokane Counties

395 Produce Corridor delivers fruits and vegetables from 10 small farmers in Stevens county.
Delivery Area: Stevens, Ferry, Spokane Counties

FoodHub logo

FoodHub.org is a dynamic marketplace and online directory that makes it easy and efficient for professional food buyers and sellers in the greater Northwest to research, connect, and do business. It’s easy to use and a great place to meet and do business over food.

Last Updated: 12/21/2017