Eat Local Farm Stand Tour

Enjoy local food, flowers, and farm products grown and produced right here on Whidbey Island all September long.

September is Eat Local Month! What better way to eat local than to get it directly from the source? Any time in September, explore this list to find farm stands open for a self-guided tour across Whidbey Island!

Discover even more farm stands open throughout the year at


Glendale Shepherd
7616 Glendale Heights Rd
Wed – Sun, 10 am-4 pm
Yogurt, cheeses, and lamb

Organic Farm School
6390 Maxwelton Road
Wednesdays, 1-4 pm
Seasonal produce including peppers, tomatoes, eggplant, cucumbers, squash and more.


3 Sisters Market
779 Holbrook Road
Daily, 9 am-6 pm
Beef, pork, lamb, chicken and eggs; local gifts, dairy products, & gluten free baked goods. Highlighting local products all month long.

Bell’s Farm
892 West Beach Road
Daily, 8 am-7 pm
Pasture-raised pork, lamb, and beef; Whidbey Island Ice Cream Strawberry Daze pints and bars; low-sugar strawberry spread; sunflowers; tomatoes; potatoes; summer squash; herbs; garlic; and more seasonal vegetables; build your own bouquet at the flower bar or visit the mini mule & mini donkey.

Prairie Bottom Farm
293 Engle Road
Thu – Sun, 10 am-6 pm
Rockwell beans, garlic, green beans, cucumbers, basil, dill, summer squash, winter squash, broccoli, fennel, salad mix, cauliflower, cabbage, flowers, tomatillos, watermelon, head lettuce, onions, cantelope

Scenic Isle Farm
46 S Ebey Road
Fri – Sun, 10 am-6 pm
Spinach, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, basil, cucumbers, potatoes, dahlias, sunflowers, beets, radishes, turnips, green beans, and tomatoes.


Foggy Hill Farm
5623 Double Bluff Road
Mon – Fri, 12 pm-6 pm
Seasonal veggies and flowers

Foxtail Farm
5442 Shore Meadow Road
Daily, dawn to dusk
Organic vegetables, herbs, berries, cut flowers

Forget Me Not Farm
5700 Double Bluff Road
Thu – Sun, dawn to dusk
Eggs, flowers, vegetables and berries.

Muscle & Arm Farm
21910 SR 525
Honor stand open 24/7
Fruit trees, apples, figs, and window sill greens boxes. Tours available on request.


Fainting Goat Farms
5515 Coles Road
Daily, 10 am-6 pm
Seasonal flowers, eggs, fruit, vegetables, and honey

South Whidbey School Farm
5010 South Inglewood Drive
Daily, all hours
Variety of produce grown by summer interns.


Case Farm
98 Case Road
Daily, 7 am-7 pm
Tomatoes, eggplants, sweet corn, squash. Look forward to October harvest activities.


Organic Farm School Summer Picnic
Saturday, September 16, 11:30 am
6390 Maxwelton Road, Clinton
Gather with the Organic Farm School to celebrate and look ahead at what’s next. This fundraiser to help support the education of the next generation of farmers will keep food on your plate for years to come. Bring your own blanket and picnic baskets; the Organic Farm School will provide pie, ice cream, farm tours, and inspiration.

Flower Arrangement Workshop
Saturday, September 23, 4 – 6 pm
Fainting Goat Farms, 5515 Coles Road, Langley
Enjoy an evening tour of Fainting Goat Farm’s flower and vegetable gardens, organically fed chickens, honey apiary and resident fainting goats. Then join Salty Acres Flower Farm owners in a beginning- to intermediate-level hands-on flower arrangement workshop. Light refreshments included; tickets $85.

Eat Local at the Goose
Saturday, September 23, 11 am-1 pm
14485 WA-525, Langley
Enjoy local delights with the Goose Community Grocer. Explore tastings and demos of local products throughout the store, then shop from the local produce section. Perhaps even take home a bottle of local wine or spirits.

Whidbey Island’s Food System

Goosefoot supports our local agricultural community through grants, marketing assistance, and collaborative efforts aimed at strengthening the resiliency of our local food system. Learn more about our involvement with the food system here.