Here's how to support local farmers in Seattle

Feb 13 2021, 12:40 am

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, it was normal to head out to your local Sunday farmers’ market, pick up goods, and enjoy the fresh fruits, vegetables, and meats.

Along with helping out our locally owned restaurants, don’t forget about your local farmers and buy direct. With Washington State shutting down all gatherings over 50 people, local farmers in Seattle shouldn’t be forgotten.

In addition to buying from the seven farms below, you can also donate to The Good Farmer Fund, which assists Seattle farms in crisis, or take an online survey to help local farmers gather an understanding if operating community drop points or deliveries is feasible.

St. Jude Tuna

Farmers Market Seattle

St. Jude Tuna

Find fresh tuna fillets and bulk cans of tuna at St. June Tuna. Orders can be scheduled for pick-up or delivery. Email all orders to [email protected].

Nature’s Last Stand


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If you’d like bulk sausage, eggs or home meal kits, order goods for pick-up or delivery from Nature’s Last Stand in Columbia City. Email all orders to [email protected].

Loki Fish


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For wild salmon straight from the fisherman, look no further than Loki Fish. The shop offers free delivery for orders over $199 and free pick-up at Fisherman’s Terminal. Orders can be placed at

Kirsop Farm


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Whether you’d like to choose a weekly community-supported agriculture box to be delivered, or would rather select from a variety of meats and beans, Kirsop Farm is ready to deliver. Place orders at [email protected].

Olsen Farms


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Get your potatoes and meats from Olsen Farms. The farm currently offers home delivery by phone or email at 509-685-1548 or [email protected].

Jarvis Garlic


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Never run out of garlic thanks to Jarvis garlic. Pick from 15 varieties and get them delivered straight to your door. All orders can be placed online.

Spoon Full Farm

If you’d like a box of organic local food, sign up for the Spoon Full Farm CSA box which includes bread, vegetables, fruits, meats, and more. Boxes can be delivered weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly.

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