Many farmers sell locally grown value added or specialty items. Check out the below farms for great local products such as honey, flowers, plant starts, and wool products.

Bee Organic Farm & Apiary

Rob Horton
(360) 470-4541

Raw honey
Online shopping available
Pick-up or delivery options

Constellation Farm

Jonathan & Lauren
@constellationfarm on FB

Fresh cut flowers available at the Olympia Farmer’s Market Sat & Sun and the Chehalis Farmers Market Tues. E-mail/call/text farmers wedding or event flowers.

Foggy 48 Farm, LLC

Sharalyn & Damon Peterson 
@Foggy48Farms on FB

A small eco-farm selling unique and heirloom cut flowers and vegetables.
Retail available at the Centralia Farmers Market and off farm pickup by appointment. Call, email, and or send a Facebook message to connect with the farmers.

Forest Dog Farms

Roland & Cindy Gorgas
@forestdogfarms on FB

Forest Dog Farms plants specialty crops for honey bee forage. They sell  1.5 pound sealed glass jars of raw honey available for $14 each. Sunflower honey from the Roy farm and Clover honey from the Yelm hives.
Contact to arrange pickup or delivery.

SNAP/EBT accepted for plant starts in spring. Bouquet CSAs available summer – order online. Delivery and pick-up options available.

Hercules Farm

Faith, Off, & Nora

Local wool products including socks, hats, quilt bats, roving, and raw fleeces.

Purchase online. Free local no-contact delivery available.

Yarn available for sale at Our Local Yarn Shop in Olympia.


Kirsop Farm

Colin Barricklow & Genine Bradwin

Bone broth and chicken stock available at the Olympia food co-op,  Seattle farmers markets, and on their website.


Rainsong Farm

Nancy Zorad-Robinson

Certified organic vegetable starts. 40 varieties of heirloom tomato starts, 18 types of pepper starts, and summer squash, winter squash, snap peas, beans, herbs and many more starts. Later in the season: Hydrangeas, Hens and Chicks plants and Tomato Jam.
Contact to arrange pick-up.

Rising River Farm

Jennifer Belknap & Jim McGinn

Certified Organic veggie, herb, and flower starts. Available March-June at the Olympia Farmer’s Market, Tacoma Proctor Farmers Market, both Olympia Food Co-Ops, and the farm. Plants may be pre-ordered for quick and no-contact pick up.

Skookumchuck Botanicals

Carol Roden

Specializing in flowers, bouquets, and wonderful planters.  Plant starts and seasonal produce and fruits.
Farm Stand stocked daily with bouquets at 4448 Skookumchuck Rd SE, Tenino; open 7 am-8 pm.  Also available at the Tenino Farmers Market (every Saturday May – September, 10 am-3 pm).
Custom orders upon request.

Urban Futures Farm

TJ & Stephanie Johnson

Veggie and herb plant starts available direct from farm in April & May. Contact to arrange purchase.


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