Winter blueberries in the Skagit Valley

Savor the magic of the skagit valley

Inspire your senses!

The Skagit Valley has been supplying the region, state, and world with nearly every crop imaginable since the first commercial harvest of potatoes in 1853. Today, the region cultivates over 80 crops. Genuine Skagit Valley supports the growers and producers of the Skagit Valley. By promoting our distinctive farm-raised flavors, culture, and heritage to the region and the world, we aim to sustain farming for generations to come.

We tip our hats to hands that feed us – the farmers, ranchers, fishermen, millers, bakers, brewers, chefs, and all growers and food producers of the Skagit Valley, Washington.

From the Blog

Flat of strawberries

USDA Announces $72.9 Million in Grant Funding Available through the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced the availability of $72.9 million through the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program (SCBGP) to fund innovative projects designed to support the expanding…
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Farm to table comes full circle

Farm to table has never been more delicious than here in the Skagit Valley. GSV Founding member Samish Bay Cheese has recently joined forces with GSV member Mesman Farm to…
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Grower and Producer Opportunities for Winter 2022-2023

Several opportunities for Washington State growers and producers are available in the new year. Please see below for details on these opportunities and how to apply. Washington State Organic &…
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Forged steel and leather bottle opener crafted with leather tanned from the black angus of Skiyou Ranch.

SHOP GSV

This year, shop homegrown and handmade from the ground-up! Because Agriculture Lives Here, each product sold by Genuine Skagit Valley is made with Skagit-grown materials, crafted by the hands of a Skagit artisan, or both! Locally sourced leather, lard, tallow, wool, and wood provide inspiration for farm-inspired home goods and body care.