©2013 Slow Food Okanogan
PO Box 1967, Omak, Wa 98841
(509) 826-9492
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Who Produces What We're Eating
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Island Mountain Farm Tonasket, WA
(509) 429-9467
info at islandmountainfarm.com
We have USDA Katahdin lamb and sausage available this winter as well as wide variety of naturally grown potatoes, garlic, onions and shallots
Pine Stump Farms
288 Haley Creek Rd
Omak, WA
(509) 826-9492
info at pinestumpfarms.com
Currently offering aged, raw milk cheese (Asiago & Havarti) for sale. Please visit our website
Wood-N-Shovel Greenhouse etc.
972 Hwy. 7
Tonasket, WA.98855
(509) 486-0172
Seasonal Greenhouse plants (tomatoes, peppers, herbs, etc.) and produce, organically grown in the lush Okanogan Valley
Leaping Sheep Farms
118 Yarnell Rd.
Tonasket, WA
(509) 486-2064
leapingsheepfarms at gmail.com
Certified organic seasonal vegetables including greens, kale, carrots, radishes, brassicas, tomatoes, peppers, melons, squash and cucumbers at different times in the season. Our CSA is offered for 20 weeks starting June 1. Live rabbits are available for purchase. Felted apparel made from wool off of our sheep is also available. Visit us at our YouTube video and Facebook page
Larkhaven Farmstead Cheeses
63 Yarnell Road
Tonasket, Washington 98855
(509) 486-1199
farmoffice at larkhavenfarm.com
A family operation, committed to the social, economic, and environmental health of our community. We aim to provide food to people who care about where their food comes from. To learn more about us please visit our website.
Psst...the snail will take you home