OUR LOCAL FARMS
We take pride in sourcing our produce from local farms, ensuring fresh and sustainable options for our community. Scroll through this page to see the local farms we source our produce from throughout the year.
9 Mile Farms
Discover the rich flavors of nature at 9 Mile Farms, a cherished local farm in Spokane, WA. Committed to sustainable and ethical farming practices, 9 Mile Farms offers the finest selection of farm-fresh produce, grown right here in our community. Experience the essence of freshness and support our local farmers at 9 Mile Farms, located in the heart of Spokane, WA.
Moyie Springs, ID
At Allicin's Ranch in Moyie Springs, ID, Ben & Claire Ronniger take pride in their commitment to sustainable farming and providing the community with the highest quality garlic. Their small family farm is named after Allicin, a potent compound found in garlic, which reflects their passion for growing organic garlic. With a focus on regenerative agriculture and ethical practices, they strive to create a harmonious relationship between their farm and the environment.
Located in Spokane, WA, Eisenman Farms is a family-owned and operated farm with a deep-rooted commitment to sustainable agriculture. They take pride in providing their community with fresh, locally grown produce, carefully nurtured through ethical farming practices. From juicy tomatoes to vibrant peppers, Eisenman Farms delivers the essence of farm-fresh goodness straight to your table. With a passion for quality and environmental stewardship, they are a true reflection of the vibrant farming spirit in Spokane, WA.
Full Bushel Farm
Medical Lake, WA
Dan & Laurie (and their gang of young farmers) have been growing high quality, natural produce in the Spokane area since 2012. Their farm is near Medical Lake, just west of Spokane. Full Bushel is known for their tender micro greens, and we stock their salad mix, spinach, carrots, fingerling potatoes and more whenever we can get them!
Gracey's Flower Farm
Located in the rolling hills of the Palouse in Fairfield, south of Spokane, Gracey's Flower Farm is a local flower farm run by Stacey, along with her husband and four daughters. She not only delivers her beautiful flower bouquets to our store, but she also offers local flower delivery and flowers for weddings and holidays.
Spokane Valley, WA
Daryl Romeyn is a retired meteorologist who owns Greenacres Grown in Spokane Valley, WA. He grows two acres of Asparagus, along with Blueberries, all located in the shadow of Mica Peak. Daryl takes quality seriously and is an exceptional Asparagus producer. The spears are trimmed, tender and delicious. Jersey Knight and Milennium are the Asparagus varieties which perform well for their northern location.
Hirschel Heritage Farm
Their name, Hirschel Heritage Farm, carries the legacy of past generations and their dreams for the land to be a foundation for many more to come. In 2003, they adopted the name in honor of the Hirschel family, who owned the farm before their arrival and entrusted it to the next generation. At present, the farm thrives, producing carrots, beets, and with the hope of nurturing a new crop of farmers, the grandsons nearby.
Spokane Valley, WA
Dan Jackson of Jackson Farm is known as the tomato guru and basil guru. Dan and his family started the farm 19 years ago and it became one of the largest direct-to-restaurant farms in the area. Located in Spokane Valley, Jackson Farm uses all organic practices and has no bug issues due to healthy soil - contributing to produce of the highest quality.
Lilac City Harvest
Spokane Valley, WA
Discover the freshest local produce from Lilac City Harvest, exclusively available at your co-op! This family owned and operated farm was started by Adam & Emily Powell right here in Spokane. Taste the difference of sustainably grown, seasonal delights that support our community and promote a healthier planet.
Okanogan Producers Marketing Association (OPMA)
The 7 Small Organic Farms, namely Apple Cart Fruit, Bunny Laine Fruit, Filaree Fruit, Grandpa’s Home Place, Vulgaris Grounds, Whitestone Mountain Orchard, and M&A Orchards, are located in the Okanogan Valley. They have fostered a close working relationship, pooling resources, equipment, knowledge, expertise, and marketing efforts. Through this collaboration with their Co-op, they strive to provide consumers with the best possible products and service. Since 2006, these farms have built strong connections with their markets, gaining a reputation for exceptional quality fruit, produce, and reliable delivery. The naturally warm and sunny climate of the Okanogan Valley allows them to cultivate some of the finest fruit and produce available worldwide.
Rivers Edge Ranch
Nestled in the picturesque Chewelah Valley of NE Washington, their small family-run ranch combines years of multi-generational farming and ranching expertise. Their focus on natural and ethically raised grass-fed and grass-finished Beef, Heritage Lamb, Goat, and seasonal offerings reflects a commitment to providing wholesome food for their community. With pride in their high-quality meats, nurtured with top-tier care, minerals, feeds, and water, they offer a memorable dining experience, whether at home or through restaurant partnerships.
Tolstoy Farms, a produce marketing business, serves residents of Tolstoy Farm, an intentional community in Eastern Washington. Established by Huw Williams in 1963, Tolstoy Farm consists of two autonomous communities: the 80-acre Sunrise Hill Free School and the 160-acre Mill Canyon Benevolent Society (MCBS). MCBS is an off-the-grid community powered by solar energy, where residents collectively care for the land. The certified organic, 4-acre market garden that supplies vegetables and berries for Tolstoy Farms is situated on MCBS land. With over 30 years of selling organic produce in Spokane, Tolstoy Farm emphasizes ecological integrity, avoiding synthetic chemicals, and producing nutritious, high-quality vegetables. As a worker collective, Tolstoy Farms equally divides profits per hour worked.
Vinegar Flats Farm
Vinegar Flats Farm, formerly known as Urban Eden Farm, stands as a profoundly local urban regenerative CSA farm. Located just over 2 miles from downtown Spokane, it thrives in a neighborhood devoted to preserving historical farmland within the city's boundaries. As CSA members, individuals can actively support this cause and local agriculture, while enjoying a full season of nutrient-dense, eco-farmed produce. For those seeking their offerings, Vinegar Flats Farm can also be found at The Spokane Farmers' Market every Saturday from May to October.
Western Montana Growers Cooperative
Western Montana Growers Cooperative (WMGC) operates as a collective of growers in the Flathead, Jocko, Mission, and Bitterroot Valleys, with a core mission of supplying our regional market with fresh, top-quality products from local farms. As a farmer-owned entity, WMGC offers a comprehensive range of Montana-grown products, including fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables, milk, cheese, eggs, lentils, honey, meats, and other value-added items. Their wholesale marketing and delivery service efficiently bridges the gap between producers and buyers, bolstering the sustainability of local farms, promoting economic growth, and reducing the demand for distant produce shipments. Since 2003, WMGC has fostered strong relationships with customers, serving grocery stores, restaurants, and institutions across Montana, Northern Idaho, and Eastern Washington. Additionally, they provide the same products in weekly delivery boxes through their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, offering direct access to fresh, nutritious local food for Western Montana residents and food enthusiasts.