Jefferson County Farm Tour

Celebrating locally grown food, fiber, and farm-made products

Sep 18-Sep 19, 2021

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Farm Tour's Mission

The 19th annual Jefferson County Farm Tour returns September 18th & 19th, 2021!

  • Celebrate locally grown food, fiber, and farm-made products
  • Invite community members to learn from and engage with their local farmers
  • Stimulate economic opportunity for farms in Jefferson County

About Farm Tour

Please Note: For the health and safety of farmers, volunteers, and participants, face masks are required while touring farms in-person.

The 19th annual Jefferson County Farm Tour returns September 18th & 19th, 2021!

Brochures and maps are available now at The Food Co-op, Chimacum Corner Farmstand, Jefferson Land Trust. On the weekend of Farm Tour brochures/maps will be available at participating farms and and Farm Tour Central, located at 9122 Rhody Drive.

Farm Tour is open to the public with a suggested donation of $10 per group. No one turned away. Donations are accepted at all participating farms and Farm Tour Central. Thank you!

Farms* open to the public for self-guided tours include:

  • Eaglemount Winery & Cidery
  • Finnriver Farm & Cidery
  • Jacobs' Fleece Farm  
  • Ananda Hill Farm (Booth @ Jacobs’)
  • Red Hen Food Bank Garden
  • Sailor Vineyard          
  • White Lotus Farm & Space Twin Provisions  
  • Wilderbee Farm         

Virtual-Only offerings are farms NOT open to in-person activities, including:

  • Arabians at Egg & I
  • Compass Rose Farms & The Dirt Rich School
  • Hopscotch Farm + Cannery
  • Kodama Farm & Food Forest    
  • Natembea Farm Cooperative    
  • One Straw Ranch
  • Sunfield Biodynamic Farm 
  • Sweet Seed Flower Farm


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Participating Farms




Eat Local First Olympic Peninsula

Eat Local First Olympic Peninsula aims to achieve these goals:

  • Grow and sustain sales for local farmers and food producers
  • Grow sales for locally-owned food business i.e. grocery stores, bakeries, restaurants, fisheries, brewers, and the makers of cider, mead, and wine
  • Minimize barriers for institutional food buyers i.e. hospitals, schools, retirement homes, community organizations who want to purchase local and regionally sourced food
  • Increase access to local and regionally sources food for low-income and rural populations
  • Serve as the trusted community resource for finding seasonal, local and regional foods from the Olympic Peninsula region
  • Educate consumers on how to use local crops and when they are in season

Learn more about their work on the Eat Local First Olympic Peninsula website.

Preserving the Harvest