Jefferson County Virtual Farm Tour

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

Sep 19th-Sep 20th, 2020

Donate! Your donations ensure Farm Tour's sustainability!

Welcome to the Virtual Farm Tour!

Missed the live presentations? You can view them right here!

Kodama Farm & Food Forest

Quimper Grange Food Bank Garden

Jacobs' Fleece Farm

Sunfield Land for Learning

Center Valley Animal Rescue

Finnriver Farm & Cidery

On this page you will find:

  • Extended profiles, professional photos, and "farm-fresh" videos from over 20 local farms
  • A schedule of six live online presentations happening the weekend of September 19 & 20
  • Resources for home canners and local foodies

To watch this video with subtitles, CLICK HERE.


This year's beautiful Virtual Farm Tour photos were taken by these volunteer photographers:

Andrew Wiese: | @photowiese

Anna Maria Wolf: |

Lisa Thomas: | @lisathomasphotog

Jeremy Johnson: | @beyondnegative

Libby Pratt

Help keep Farm Tour going!

  • You can help keep this event FREE by taking a 3 minute survey! CLICK HERE
  • Your donation to The Production Alliance will help cover expenses for this year's Virtual Farm Tour and support next year's Farm Tour! DONATE HERE

Participating Farms

Blue Wheelbarrow Farm

Blue Wheelbarrow Farm is a micro farm on just over a 1/4th acre in beautiful Port Townsend. We use regenerative and organic techniques to improve the soil and give back to the land as we grow chemical-free, pollinator-friendly blooms. We specialize in dah...

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Center Valley Animal Rescue

Center Valley Animal Rescue works with a team of dedicated staff and volunteers who are passionate about a mutual mission to care for abused and abandoned animals. We offer a safe and compassionate space, medical care, and companionship until they find th...

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Chimacum Valley Dairy

"A person's intention affects everything. When I am making cheese I try to have the best of intentions." - Bruce Gleeman

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Colinwood Farm

Colinwood Farm is a certified organic family-owned farm on 4.68 acres in the middle of Port Townsend since 1997.

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Compass Rose Farms

COVID-19 has further fortified The Dirt Rich school's mission to provide education on regenerative agricultural practices and food resiliency.

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Finnriver Farm & Cidery

At Finnriver, we farm and ferment across a combined 80 acres of Certified Organic farmland and orchard in the rural Chimacum Valley, in the traditional territories of Chemakum and S’Klallam peoples on Washington state’s north Olympic Peninsula. Our two fa...

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Finnriver Home Farm

"We are committed to land stewardship practices that enhance the quality of habitat, soil, water and community." - Janet Aubin

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Heartwood Nursery

"COVID-19 has reinforced my thoughts on the importance and necessity of local food security. Planting perennial food sources, especially nut trees, is a way to ensure a food security for generations. A chestnut tree can produce 100s of pounds of nutrient ...

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Hopscotch Farm + Cannery

Hopscotch Farm + Cannery grows heirloom produce and crafts artisan pickles and preserves for CSA, farmers market, and local groceries. Meghan Mix started Hopscotch in 2017. With many fabulous produce farms already operating here, she decided to use her f...

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Jacobs' Fleece Farm

My name is Jan Gillanders. I have Jacobs’ Fleece Farm, located on 8 acres just north of Quilcene, WA. I raise and maintain a small “spinner’s flock” of Jacob Sheep, naturally and chemical free. As my flock grew, so did my passion for spinning, knitting an...

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Kodama Farm & Food Forest

"COVID-19 has revealed how important it is for local communities to be less reliant on importing our agricultural needs. With large scale farming operations increasingly becoming hotspots for infection, suffering massive crop loss due to the lack of deman...

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One Straw Ranch

One Straw Ranch is a small family farm raising beef, pork, lamb and eggs as naturally as possible, without any GMOs, hormones, or unnecessary medications, to produce premium, wholesome food you will be proud to serve to your family. We focus on regenerati...

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Port Townsend Vineyards

"At Port Townsend Vineyards, we use biodynamic farming methods and organic principles: hand harvesting, no chemicals, and natural pest control. Together, and in the spirit of the generations to come, we can help make a difference; choices matter. With fut...

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Quimper Grange Foodbank Garden

"The Foodbank Farm and Garden project and leadership team believe that everyone should have access to fresh, local food. We also believe in strong networks." - Kathy Ryan, President Food Bank Farm & Gardens

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RainCoast Farms

The grounds of our farm are a private magical escape. A stroll through the vineyard, orchard, flower garden and old growth cedar forest will instantly bring delight to your mind, body & soul.

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Sailor Vineyard

We make wine solely from our own grapes in our traditional gravity winery of the old school. We grow three acres of grapes; two acres are Marechal Foch, and the remainder Dolcetto, Pinot Noir and a luscious table grape. Our wine is made with care the old ...

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Shy Acre Farm

Shy Acre is a multi-use demonstration farm in the heart of Port Townsend. We are a diverse family with an agricultural background. We have always had our hands in the dirt!

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SpringRain Farm & Orchard

"We appreciate everyone who comes to our farm stand and the Farmers Markets to purchase our products. With so many of our other sales outlets gone, we depend even more on people coming out and purchasing our healthy organic food. COVID-19 has emphasized h...

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Sunfield Land for Learning

Sunfield Land for Learning is situated on 81 acres of fields, forest, wetlands and school campus in Port Hadlock. The non-profit organization offers a Biodynamic Certified Farm, Waldorf School, and Community Education Programming. The farm cultivates a mu...

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Sweet Seed Flower Farm

Sweet Seed Flower Farm is a small-scale farm and design studio located in Port Townsend.

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White Lotus Farm

We are NATALIE and NIALL, business & life partners living and working on 69-acres in Beaver Valley on the Olympic Peninsula where we strive to regenerate the land by diversifying soil, plant and animal life.

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Wilderbee Farm

Wilderbee is a family-run organic farm in Port Townsend offering u-pick lavender, flowers, blueberries, and pumpkins. We also raise honeybees and a conservation flock of rare British Soay sheep for wool. Lavender essential oils distilled and bottled onsit...

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About Farm Tour

The annual Jefferson County Farm Tour was started by the WSU Jefferson County Extension in 2003, as a harvest festival and celebration of local food and farming. Over the 18 years of Farm Tour it has grown to feature a wide variety of farms as the agriculture industry in Jefferson County continues to thrive and diversify.

In 2019, WSU formed a partnership with The Production Alliance to manage the Farm Tour. The Production Alliance is a newly formed nonprofit dedicated to stewarding local traditions that build community through celebration. The Jefferson County Farm Tour fits beautifully within the mission of The Production Alliance's work. WSU Jefferson County Extension and The Production Alliance have found that this partnership is beneficial to the sustainability of the Farm Tour.

Virtual Farm Tour Contact: Justine Gonzalez-Berg |

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Preserving the Harvest

Here are some resources for those who want to put up the harvest!

Eat Local First Olympic Peninsula

Eat Local First Olympic Peninsula is a newly launched campaign aiming 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, and wine, cider and beer maker
  • 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.

Farm Tour's Mission

  • 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