Summer is here, which means fresh, local food is becoming more abundant up and down Whidbey Island. Aside from farmers markets and local stores like The Goose Community Grocer, locally grown veggies, meat, flowers, and more are available directly from farms at roadside farm stands and farm stores.
The updated Whidbey Island Farm Stand Guide supports Whidbey’s vibrant local food system, and makes shopping locally a little bit easier.
Inside the brochure, you’ll find details on 24 farm stands from Oak Harbor to Clinton, complete with addresses, products offered, operating hours, and contact information for each farm stand. Additionally, the guide acts as a Farmers Market directory, with information on the dates, times, and locations of 6 weekly farmers markets on the island.
The Farm Stand Guide is available online and can also be found at the Bayview Cash Store, Greenbank Farm, Whidbey Island Conservation District, WSU Extension in Coupeville, the Oak Harbor, Coupeville, Clinton, Freeland, and Langley Libraries, the Oak Harbor, Coupeville, Freeland, and Langley Chambers of Commerce, and the Visitor’s Kiosk in Clinton.
Goosefoot is a partner of Whidbey Island Grown. The non-profit organization is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the rural character of Whidbey Island through projects that support the local economy and promote learning and community.