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farms Bow Hill Blueberries

 Bow, WA      

The oldest blueberry farm in Skagit Valley. Just 3 miles off I-5 in beautiful Skagit Valley. Certified Organic and Salmon Safe specializing in delicious heirloom blueberries. We offer you-pick and fresh pints, flats from the farm store plus frozen, dried, jam, pickled, ice cream and chocolate blueberry product and gift items.  more...

farms A Man and His Hoe

 Bow, WA      

A Man and His Hoe specializes in mother-hatched, mother-raised, prime quality heritage breed chicken. These are chicken who rummage through pasture, gardens, and woodlands all day long scratching for earthworms, bugs, eating vegetation, seeds, berries, and the occasional field mouse. I supplement their diet with certified organic feed and grains.  more...

farms Bow Hill Organics

 Bow, WA   

We raise heritage breed chickens on grass pasture and Certified Organic Grains. Our eggs and meat come from French Marans , which lay extremely dark shelled eggs and produce delicious chickens in the European heritage breed tradition.  more...

farms Thoughtful Food

 Bow, WA   

For 2014 we're focusing on bringing you the best pastured, humanely raised pork and beef. Check our website for more details.  more...

farms Big Sky Gardens

 Bow, WA   

Since 1993 we have supplied Whatcom & Skagit counties with fresh organic vegetables. We use a variety of methods to ensure the health of our soil. This soil then produces vital, nutrient-rich food for our customers. We believe in producing food locally and delivery it directly to the consumer whenever possible.  more...

farms Samish Bay Cheese

 Bow, WA   

We are a small organic farmstead cheese maker in Skagit County/NW Washington. We also sell organic beef and pork and have a guest house for farm stays. Please see our website for more information.  more...

restaurants Rhododendron Cafe

 Bow, WA   

Named after Washington's State flower - the Rhododendron Cafe opened April 4th 1984 in Northwest Washington's Skagit Valley - a beautiful agricultural area halfway between Seattle and Vancouver BC.  more...

member Island Grown Farmers Cooperative

 Bow, WA   

IGFC operates the first USDA Certified Mobile Slaughter Unit in the U.S. Developed in the late 1990's with the farmers creating a cooperative in 2000, the co-op operates in a four county area in the upper Puget Sound area. Currently the co-op has a closed membership of approximately 42 farms due to meeting it's processing limits.  more...

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