Fall is in the air, and local food is plentiful.
As farmers we've really enjoyed connecting farm fresh food with our Port Angeles community through our Wednesday night street markets, and this week we are adding a new location. We thank Laurel and Steve Hargis, and originally Jim Moran, for imagining how the North Olympic History Center campus could be a great place to connect in this way with neighbors. Wild Edge Farm and Hidden Penny Farm invite you to shop local this Wednesday for farm fresh produce and pastured meats.
We have an abundance of carrots, apples, pears, kale, tomatoes, celery, rutabaga, summer squash, cucumbers, broccoli, pork chops, ground beef, country ribs, breakfast sausage and more!
To see the full array, go to our online farm stand, open for pre-orders now through tomorrow at midnight. We accept credit/debit cards online, as well as payments at pick up of cash, check, EBT, and SNAP Market Match vouchers. You can place an order now if you'd like to secure your groceries early, otherwise just shop when you show up!
5:30 - 6:30 PM Wednesday at the North Olympic Historic Center parking lot off 9th St. From C St., turn east on 9th St, then make an immediate left through the green gate to where you will see us in the parking lot. We will be out in front of the beautiful old brick Lincoln School. A good reminder of the seasons!
7 - 8 PM Wednesday on the corner of Whidby and Eunice. Enjoy this family-centric and food-centric street market with a view.