We’re looking forward to seeing you again at the Sammamish Valley Alliance (SVA) Celebration, Saturday, July 23rd. We continue to support our local small farms and businesses, whether virtual or in-person channels, and ask that you are respectful of each locations individual requirements of Covid 19 protections for gatherings.
Plan ahead and mark your calendar for the Sammamish Valley Fall Harvest Celebration, Saturday, September 24th. Plan to join our community as we strive to ensure long-term growing seasons, bringing peace, health and happiness to all of our friends and neighbors.
If you’d like to learn more on how you can support local farms, visit 21 Acres for some great information on what you can do to help. We look forward to seeing you this year for our seasonal Celebration events.
Celebrate summer by stopping by the local farm stands, markets and stores that support local agriculture in our beautiful Sammamish Valley. 21 Acres is home base for this SVA event! New vendors and some fan favorites will be located on the patio from 10-3.
As we promote our 2022 Summer Celebration this year, not only on Saturday, July 23rd, but throughout summer, we encourage the public to purchase local, fresh, pesticide free food that’s grown right in our own neighborhoods. You’ll not only enjoy the beauty as you wander around the Valley, you’ll learn about our environmentally sustainable agriculture community.
Whether you grab some veggies at the farm market, get a jar of honey or jam at your favorite farm store or pick up a gorgeous bouquet from a street side farm stand, your local purchase will impact the economic vitality of the entire Sammamish Valley.
The event is free and all ages are always welcome, but please remember to follow each location for Covid precautions, as some require masks indoors.
Click on the website links below with more information, and open days and hours, for individual farms and businesses. If you’d like to see more, visit About Farms to access a complete list of our local Farms.
13701 NE 171st St.
21 Acres is home-base for this SVA event. Come meet local farmers & makers, and purchase local, fresh, pesticide-free food grown in our own neighborhoods during the Summer Celebration. New vendors and some fan favorites will be located on the patio 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.. And, you can support local farmers and shop in the 21 Acres Market four days a week: Wed.-Fri. 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. See you on campus!
Call for Hours (425) 883-1286: See a 117-year old cider press at work. Seasonal Offerings: Fresh Pressed Apple Cider, Spiced Cider, Farm Fresh Pastured Eggs, Fine Chocolates, Organic Cheese, Raw Honey, Apple Butter, Apple Sauce, Jam, Fruit Leather, Dehydrated Apple Slices, Dried Cherries, 2 year aged Apple Cider, Vinegar Cherries.
JB Family Growers; 14062 Northeast 145th Street, Woodinville
Bringing a slice of serenity to the Woodinville Tourist District, a place for families, couples, visitors and locals to stop in, slow down, breathe in relaxing aromas, take a walk around our cut flower plots and get lost in our sunflower gardens. Walk miles of trails, cut your own fresh bouquet and visit our gift shop. We can’t wait to see you there!
1625 140th Place NE
Farm Fresh Organic Fruit and Produce. The Farm features approximately sixteen certified organic acres with crops being grown on seven. We grow several varieties of herbs, leafy salad mix, squash, onions, garlic, brassicas, and root vegetables. There is also a large selection of u-pick flowers. We are happy to have created green space and habitat for animals and humans to enjoy together. Visit website for current Farm Stand Hours and information.
Viva Farms-King County Student Farm & Farm Business Incubator
16215 140th Place NE
In partnership with SAgE Collaborative (Sustainable Agriculture Education), our King county location is in the Sammamish Valley on the urban fringe of the greater Seattle metropolitan area. Like our original Skagit Valley farm business incubator, the Woodinville site offers land, equipment, infrastructure and training for beginning farmers to launch independent farm businesses. The urban incubator is comprised of smaller-scale and more intensive farming operations that reflect the location of the site and proximity to a larger urban center.
Open Air Market
Festival Street, Downtown Woodinville
Eat Local–Eat Fresh–Eat Well. The market operates each Saturday from 10am to 3pm through September. Offering fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers, handmade arts & crafts, and more. Visit the new location on Festival Street in Downtown Woodinville adjacent to the sports fields, next to District Flats Apartments.