Goosefoot Farm Stand Guide Ready

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 … Read more

Goosefoot Boosts Whidbey Island Grown

Pictured left to right at the Bayview Farmers Market are: Mervyn Floyd, Slow Food Whidbey Island; Marian Myszkowski, Goosefoot; Steve Williams, Foxtail Farm; Sandra Whiting, Goosefoot; Hal Jackson, Hunters Moon Farm; Lis David, Orchard Kitchen; and Loren Imes, Quail’s Run Farm. The Whidbey Island Grown (WIG) brand re-launch just got a big boost from the Goosefoot … Read more

Activity Update January 2017

PAST
-Whidbey Island Grown (WIG) was created in 2009 by farmers, buyers, and residents.
-A set of standards were established for producer members as well as brand standards for members to incorporate into their marketing.
-A website, Facebook and Twitter accounts were established.

Penn Cove Musselfest – March 4-5, 2017

Join us for the Penn Cove MusselFest—Coupeville’s March tradition. “Bold, briny and blue,” the world famous mussels will be the centerpiece of two days of festivities, including chowder tasting and mussel eating competitions, farm tours and activities for all ages featuring locally-flavored fun. Visitors to the festival, a tradition now in its 31st year, should … Read more

Tasty and Romantic February Getaway

Glasses of Red Wine

This year’s Red Wine and Chocolate tour on Whidbey Island is offered on two weekends, February 11-12 and February 18-19. This annual event takes place at five venues, where local winemakers and distillers will be pouring a selection of exquisite hand-crafted wines and spirits paired with specially selected artisan chocolates. A great way to break up the winter blahs, treat your … Read more