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2019 Clallam County Farm Week

Farm Tour

September 28, 10 am to 4 pm

  • Lazy J Tree Farm225 Gehrke Rd – Learn about the importance of compost, take a hayride through an organic orchard and tree farm, and play in a huge sand pile!
  • Agnew Grocery and Feed, 2863 Old Olympic Hwy – Visit a 1920s farm store, meet the critters and check out the antique tractors on display.
  • Finn Hall Farm, 940 Finn Hall Rd – See a historic dairy now used to grow hay and raise beef. Tour the refurbished caboose and the “crooked” house, and enjoy seeing the antique farm and dairy equipment on display.
  • Five Acre School, 515 Lotzgesell Rd – See student agriculture projects underway, participate in apple pressing, enjoy the extensive playground, and enjoy baked goods and homemade cider.
  • Dungeness Valley Creamery, 1915 Towne Rd – Experience a raw milk dairy, enjoy farm fresh ice-cream, tour the milking parlor, take a hayride and visit the calves.
  • Jardin du Soleil, 3932 Sequim-Dungeness Way – Learn all about how to care for, harvest, and process the lavender. See demonstrations of the distillation of fragrant essential oil of lavender, and children will have fun finding hidden treasure, running in the maze and making farm crafts to take home.
  • Nash’s Farm Store, 4681 Sequim-Dungeness Way
  • Woodcock Demonstration Garden, 2711 Woodcock Rd – The WSU Clallam County Master Gardeners have a whole day of Farm Tour events planned!

This year, attendance is FREE for everyone. Simply go to whichever farm you want to visit first. Proceed at your own pace to the farms you want to visit throughout the day. It’s that simple! (We do ask that you leave your pets at home.)

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Farm Week Activities

September 29 to October 5

The celebration of local farms will continue after the Farm Tour kick-off with a week of agriculture and food-related activities throughout the community. Stay tuned as the list of businesses, restaurants, and other participating locations grows!

On-going throughout the week
  • Country Aire Natural Foods, 200 West First St, Port Angeles – Shop Local!  A wide variety of locally sourced products will be on sale in support of Farm Week.
  • Nash’s Farm Store, 4681 Sequim-Dungeness Way, Sequim – a variety of harvest season events will be taking place both before and during Farm Week
  • Martha Lane Lavender, 371 Martha Lane, Sequim – Open September 28 to October 3, 11 am to 2 pm. Visitors will learn about different varieties of lavender and the steps involved in processing the product into essential oils. In addition, there are apples to pick and take home!
  • Jardin du Soleil, 3932 Sequim-Dungeness Way, Sequim – Open September 28 to October 5, 10 am to 5 pm. Twenty percent of sales during Farm Week will be donated to North Olympic Land Trust.
Sunday, September 29
FARM WALK + FARM TO TABLE DINNER

Chi’s Farm and Bent Gate Farms

2 to 6 pm

$45 donation (All proceeds go to support Scholarships for 4-H/FFA Livestock Auction participation)

Join farm owners of Chi’s Farm and Bent Gate Farms for a tour of both farms followed by a scrumptious farm to table dinner of roasted goat, potatoes, fresh veggies, pie and ice cream. Register at https://clallamfarmweek.bpt.me  soon for a spot. Space is limited to 20 people!

Monday, September 30
BICYCLE TO WILD EDGE FARM FOR A TOUR

Wild Edge Farm

1 to 5 pm

Wild Edge Farm invites you to an afternoon of rejuvenation and connection.  Come as a group, riding bikes along the Olympic Discovery Trail five miles from Port Angeles to the farm, or catch a shuttle. Meet the owners, take a walking tour of the land, and share in a harvest meal dug and picked on the spot!  Register at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4355181 soon for a spot. Space is limited to 15 people!

Thursday, October 3
PRESENTATION: AGRICULTURE IN CLALLAM COUNTY: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE

Port Angeles Main Library

FREE

7 to 8:30 pm

Join Clea Rome, Director of Washington State University Clallam County Extension, for a presentation on agriculture in Clallam County and our unique and evolving “place-based” food systems.

Saturday, October 5
PORT ANGELES FARMERS MARKET

Gateway Transit Center, 123 E Front St.

10 am to 2 pm

The Port Angeles Farmers Market operates year-round in Downtown Port Angeles. It offers fresh and local produce, prepared foods, and artisan crafts at affordable prices every Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm. The Market accepts credit, debit, and EBT cards and offers seasonal events and programming including Kids Day, Senior Day, and EBT-match days.

Join us as the fall harvest season winds down and enjoy a wide offering of fruit and vegetables, cut flowers and herbs, and foraged and cultivated mushrooms, and share the gratitude we have for our farmers’ commitments to providing health and abundance to our community.

SEQUIM FARMERS MARKET

Sequim Civic Center Plaza, 100-128 W Cedar St.

9 am to 3 pm

Fiber Fun Day @ the Market!

The Sequim Farmers Market features handmade and homegrown products from Clallam County farms and artisans. Enjoy Sequim’s agricultural community, and meet the local growers and producers of fresh produce, honey, flowers, eggs, meat, culinary seasonings, and herbal products. Open every Saturday from 9 am to 3 pm in downtown Sequim through the end of October!  www.sequimmarket.com

 

2019 Clallam County Farm Week