Fresh From Our Friends

Supporting local farms, producers, and makers is our pride and joy. Partnering with our friends and neighbors is a big part of what makes the Co‑op so much more than a grocery store. When you shop at the Co‑op, not only do you put your hard-earned dollar back into the local economy, you support the dreams of real people who live here and reduce your carbon footprint, too. It feels good to shop local. It feels even better to shake the hand or give a high-five to the folks who grow our food, make our soaps, and illustrate our greeting cards, and happen to live just down the road.

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Finnriver Farm & Cidery

Finnriver ciders are farmed and fermented on 80 acres of Certified Organic farmland and orchards in Chimacum—home to over 6,000 (!!!) organic heirloom and traditional cider apple trees. Finnriver transforms their apples into contemporary craft ciders, botanical ciders, their orchard series ciders, and even fruit wine.

Sipping their cider is like taking a big drink of the Pacific Northwest and all its fall glory.

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Photo credit: James Curtis


Lopez Island Vineyards

Brent and Maggie of Lopez Island Vineyards have been dutifully tending to some of their grapes since 1987! The oldest vineyard in San Juan County, find a selection of reds and whites in our Wine Department.

Sip, Sip, Horray>

Waxwing Farm

You’ve seen their plump sugar snap peas in produce, and their smiling faces in the Co-op (Arielle used to work here!). Just under 2 miles away, Waxwing Farm is digging up some of the freshest produce in town.

Fresh Faces of Farming>

Boldly Grown Farm

On a mission to grow high-quality organic fall and winter storage vegetables on their family-owned farm, Amy and Jacob will tell you bitter is better and farming is way more pun than it looks.

Putting the ‘Rad’ in Radicchio>


Ralph’s Greenhouse

A 2nd generation organic farm just 4 miles from the Co-op, Ralph’s Greenhouse is responsible for those irresistibly sweet carrots - and so much more.

Farming Skagit Since The 80s >

Sea Witch Botanicals

“What goes on your skin gets in your body, and ends up in the environment.” The Sea Witch mantra drives the way they make their home and body goods.

Say Hello to the Sea Witches>

Skagit Flats

When we say fresh lettuce from Skagit Flats is here, we mean 3-mile fresh! Just a hop-skip away, Andy Ross grows tender, leafy greens, so you can build an unbeatable bed of salad.

Lettuce Introduce You>