Green Bow Farm is a small family run farm in Ellensburg, Washington. Our focus is multi-species rotational grazing to produce nutrient dense eggs, and grass-fed meat.
Located high in the foothills surrounding Wenatchee, New Leaf is a small vertical farm specializing in craft agriculture. Leveraging a passion for food, cultivating fresh ideas, and healthy living.
Heirloom Tree Fruits
Small, family owned and operated farm offering dried English lavender products.
We are your One Stop Shop For Everything Lavender All of our lavender products are made in our commercial kitchen located in North Central Washington.
Radix Farm is a 5 acre diversified vegetable farm in Malaga, WA. We grow over 50 different types of vegetables for our CSA, farmers markets, and restaurants in the Wenatchee Valley. We also raise chickens for eggs and bees for honey and wax. We are proud to be Certified Naturally Grown.
Snowgrass Farm aspires to grow high quality produce for the greater Leavenworth Valley with a focus on ecological stewardship, soil health, crop nutrition and weed management. Our healthy ecosystem will in turn provide incredibly nutritious and flavorful produce.
Icicle Farm is a young permaculture farm focused on creating a food production system that mimics natural systems, employing biodiversity to bring nutrient dense food and animal products to market.
Hand crafted pottery by Dawn Kranz.
Inspired by the seasonal botanical abundance of the Pacific Northwest, Salt Creek Apothecary is dedicated to producing small batch handcrafted herbal teas, extracts, tonics, infused honey, soap and other topical products. Product availability changes seasonally.
We are health conscious culinarians striving to offer healthy creations using the finest ingredients. Whether you’re driving through or eating in our menu items will help promote a good mood.
J5’s coffee shop and espresso bar is located on 9th St. in Leavenworth WA, only a block from Highway 2. We offer a variety of delicious drinks, hand crafted with an organically grown espresso blend.
Nestled on 10 acres of beautiful terrain surrounded by spacious territorial views of mountains to the west, basalt cliffs to the north and some of the finest orchards to the east and south. We have over 45 different varieties of Lavender, in a color range of purples, blues, white and pink, when in bloom it is truly a spectacular sight.
We are a growing group of beekeepers and supporting members in the North Central Washington area who are interested in protecting honeybees by education, outreach, and research.
The Cascade Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group is a non-profit organization working within Chelan, Douglas, Okanogan and Ferry counties to restore native fish habitat through enhancement, education, and community engagement.
The Cascadia Conservation District is a non-regulatory, grant-funded organization dedicated to encouraging the wise stewardship and conservation of all natural resources in Chelan County.
Rooted in a series of conservation efforts by some of its members over the past three decades, Chelan Basin Conservancy (CBC) was formed in 2011 to be a permanent organization dedicated to protecting the splendid beauty of Lake Chelan.
The Master Gardener Program assists WSU Extension to promote environmentally responsible gardening practices and addresses environmental and social priorities such as water conservation, the protection of water quality, reducing the impact of invasive species, and healthy living through gardening.
It is the mission of the Chelan County Noxious Weed Control Board to promote compliance with the Washington State Noxious Weed Laws RCW 17.10 and WAC 16-750 through education, technical assistance, and enforcement, when necessary, to protect the agricultural lands and natural resources of Chelan County.
Have you ever wondered how to nuture your child’s musical capabilities, regardless of your musical background? Experience Music Together® with your child and watch their musical development grow in front of your eyes.
Upper Valley MEND is a human services umbrella organization dedicated to meeting the housing, hunger and healthcare needs of area residents and transients in the Upper Wenatchee Valley.
As central Washington’s leader in hands-on environmental education, Wenatchee River Institute believes the greatest hope for the future is putting people in touch with the natural world.