AGRICULTURE LIVES HERE

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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.

Promote your Skagit grown, raised and made products.

Dive into the rich diversity of Skagit foods and farms.

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.

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Want a fresh take on fresh foods? We’re teaming up with farm stores and chefs to offer virtual kitchen inspiration! Shop at participating farm stands and sign up for a free Zoom session by a local chef and enter to win gift certificates to Skagit restaurants.

Member Highlight

The Schuh Farms family in the Skagit Valley, Washington

Schuh Farms

The sweet smell of fresh berries follows you inside, past the case of pies, cookies, cinnamon rolls and delicious goods baked from scratch. Tucked on immaculate shelves, flowered tea cups await treasure hunters.  Ice cream shakes, jams and farm-grown produce (including five types of strawberries) tempt the palette, while seasonal fresh flowers and decor greet…
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Featured Recipe

Strawberry Shortcake

Strawberry Shortcake

Sun-sweetened strawberries shine in this Strawberry Shortcake recipe. Author Rachael Sobczak of Water Tank Bakery exclusively uses Cairnspring Mills Flour in all of her baked goods. The shortcakes are buttery, light, and flavorful. To top them off are the glorious Skagit-grown strawberries of Schuh Farms. Want to get a taste of #magicskagit? A strawberry shortcake…
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