Farm Market & Northwest Craft Showcase

Come to Remlinger Farms and enjoy the tasty and nutritious difference of farm fresh fruits and vegetables, grown here and brought in daily from the fields of local and Northwest farms.

Your family will delight to our sweeter, crunchier, juicier, and healthier seasonal fruits, berries and vegetables. And you'll have the peace of mind knowing where your food was grown, and how fresh it really is-for specific produce, check our Ripening Calendar.

We have an on-the-farm market, Washington Wines (featuring fruit and berry wines), Deli cheeses, an Herb and Spice shop, dried nuts, olives, pickled veggies, and our own jams and jellies.

The market is also a great place to buy bulk bags of beans, rice, oats, and pop corn; and so much more!

Be sure you also try our famous frozen U-bake pies, bags of IQF frozen fruit, jams, and our reknown soup mixes

Northwest Crafts Showcase

Next, visit our Northwest Crafts Showcase, featuring hundreds of handmade gifts and country crafts. We have a variety of Northwest gifts, garden-inspired home decor and quality children's toys and clothing. Take your time perusing many unique and beautiful creations by local Northwest artisans and crafters*. 

Remlinger Farms practices sustainable agriculture with the building of healthy soils through a combination of winter cover crops, crop rotation, and the use of organic fertilizers and pest control whenever possible.  We strive to use the lowest impact treatments for pests and regularly test all of our soils for balancing purposes to insure minimum adjustments in soil contents and fertilizer applications.

Join us in our efforts to provide a balanced enhancement of our local farm lands providing our fture generations with healthy agricultural grounds.  Thank you again for visting and supporting our farm...

 

*If you are a local artisan who would like to have your work considered for inclusion in the craft showcase on a consignment basis, please contact us. Submitted works will be juried.

 

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