It’s Here! Whidbey Island Grown Week The second annual Whidbey Island Grown Week runs September 28-October 7. Throughout the week, island farmers, specialty food purveyors, chefs and artisan producers will join forces to create a 10-day celebration of local products and experiences. The Northwest Agriculture Business Center has been actively involved and supportive of Whidbey … Read more
See how Whidbey and Camano Islands Tourism is helping to promote Whidbey Island Grown Week.
PASSPORT PROGRESSIVE TOUR OF THE MAXWELTON VALLEY Pick up a passport at any of the participating locations on October 6 and 7, and get “stamped.” Complete the tour and be entered to win great prizes! Get your passport stamped at Spoiled Dog Winery, Venture Out Nursery, the Organic Farm School, and Whidbey Island Distillery. All stops offer a … Read more
Shop local. Buy local. Here’s a list of exciting and delicious events happening throughout the week. Check the calendar for specific dates and locations: CENTRAL WHIDBEY ISLAND Ebey’s Reserve Farm Tour September 29 Pacific Rim Institute Cider Festival September 29 Cooking demonstration at Kettles Edge Farm with Vanilla and Bean September 29 Coupeville Farmers Market distributes Junior Ranger … Read more
Kick off Whidbey Island Grown Week with a mini tour of farms on Ebey’s Reserve. Print out the map below or pick one up at the Coupeville Farmers Market on Saturday, September 29 from 10 – 2pm, and at the Pacific Rim Institute Cider Festival all day. Talk to the farmers to find out what the … Read more
Whidbey Island Grown WEEK is a 10-day celebration of local products, services, and experiences. Collaborative events are organized by Whidbey Island Grown members to celebrate the abundance of the island. Check our website calendar for a complete list of events, classes, shopping and tasting opportunities. Like us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates. Ebey’s Reserve … Read more
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