2017 Lewis County Farm Guide

Discover Lewis County has partnered with the Lewis County Farm Bureau and the Washington State University Extension Lewis County office to bring you the 2017 Lewis County Farm Guide, a listing of farms across our county that offer everything from fresh fruit and veggies to cheeses, meats and more.

Farmers all across Lewis County are happy to not only offer their products for sale at their farms and farmers' markets, but also to give a glimpse of their farms to those who might want to get a look. Below you'll find a list of farms from one end of Lewis County to another that you can visit. Take a look at the info and be sure to contact the farm you're interested in for more details on setting up a visit.

Come discover our farms here in Lewis County, buy their products, get a look at true rural life and let them know their hard work is appreciated!

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Owners: Adam & Julie Gullett
Contact: (360) 807-4693 or info@seedpodfarm.com
Website: http://www.seedpodfarm.com/
Location: 2330 Howard Ave., Centralia
Activities/Services: Agritourism, CSA, Farm Stand, Farm Festival, U-pick
Specialty: Vegetables, small fruits/berries, tree fruits, poultry, eggs, honey, cut flowers, vegetable/herb plants

Seedpod Farm is a family owned and operated farm on the banks of the Skookumchuck River just north of downtown Centralia. We aim to be good stewards of the land, producing naturally grown products utilizing sustainable, low-impact farming methods. Our educational offerings and seasonal festivals provide an opportunity for on-the-farm fun while supporting other local producers and artisans. With an eye towards sustainability, we choose breeds of animals that are on the The Livestock Conservancy's list of endangered species. Nearly 150 varieties of fruits, vegetables and herbs are cultivated on the farm. Making the most of what the land has to offer, we also create a variety of value added products available seasonally. We're just getting started, so come check us out at Seedpod Farm!

Owners: Sharon & Gary McCool
Contact: (360) 520-3806 or gsmccool@gmail.com
Website: http://rosecrestfarms.org/
Location: 439 Spooner Road, Chehalis (Adna)
Open: Friday through Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Activities/Services: Farm Stand, Online Sales, Wholesale, Agritourism
Specialty: Certified Organic Dairy

We are a family owned and operated, certified organic dairy. Our milk is shipped to Organic Valley. With a small portion of the milk, we handcraft a variety of Swiss Cheese. The farm was established in 1903 by the Raschke family, selling in 2000 to the current owners Gary and Sharon McCool. We milk about 140 registered milk shorthorns, raising all our own replacements. The girls' beautiful red, white, & roan colors are beautiful grazing on the big green fields!

3. Mustard Seed Farm

Owners: Tim & Deanna Brix
Contact: (714) 308-8774 or bunnies2@pacbell.net
Location: Chehalis
Open: Call for more information and directions
Activities/Services: Farm Stand (Honor System), Internships, Ag Ed
Specialty: Vegetables, small fruits/berries, tree fruits, poultry, eggs, beef, other meat/exotic animals, cut flowers, vegetable/herb plants, farm related crafts

The Mustard Seed Heritage Farm is a 22-acre homesteader family farm and forest operation. We focus on blending old-school skills and knowledge with science and technology to maximize productivity while minimizing the impact of our farming and forestry practices. Our farm focuses on heritage breeds, heirloom vegetables and flowers. Livestock include beef and dairy cattle, dairy and meat goats, chickens, turkeys, geese and bees. We are excited to share what can be accomplished on a very modest farm. It's a work in progress established in 2012. We encourage you to come "feel the farm and forest"; it's nature’s own therapeutic environment.

Owners: Stephen Hueffed & Amy Turnbull
Contact: (360) 291-3937 or stephen@willapahillsfarm.com & amy@willapahillsfarm.com
Website: http://willapahillsfarm.com/
Location: 4680 State Route 6, Doty
Open: Daily 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. except holidays
Activities/Services: Farm Store, Ag Ed, Online Sales, Wholesale, Venue rental
Specialty: Eggs, beef, milk, fresh & aged cheese

Since 2008, Willapa Hills Creamery has been handcrafting award-winning artisan cheese on our historic farmstead near Doty. We are licensed dairy processors partnering with two local family dairy farms, producing a combination of seasonal and year-round cow and sheep/cow milk blend cheeses.

Owners: Glenn & Wisten Aldrich
Contact: (360) 983-3138 or galdrich@tds.net
Website: http://aldrichberryfarm.com/
Location: 190 Aldrich Rd., Mossyrock
Open: During blueberry season, Monday through Sunday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm; call for an appointment out of season
Activities/Services: Farm Stand, Wholesale
Specialty: Small fruits/berries, blueberries, landscape materials, native plants for revegetation, B & B conifer trees, reforestation seedlings and transplants.

Please see our website at www.aldrichberryfarm.com. Our farm was the first commercial blueberry operation in Lewis County. We've operated since 1944 and run a nursery since 1970.

6. Chrisman Farms

Owners: Dennis & Patsy Chrisman
Contact: (360) 740-3720 or dennisc926@gmail.com
Website: http://chrismanfarm.com/
Location: 1401 State Route 6, Chehalis
Open: Contact for an appointment
Activities/Services: CSA, Farm Stand, Wholesale
Specialty: Vegetables, tree fruits, jams, jellies, syrup, dried fruit

We are a small family farm that takes the fruit we grow and makes it into jams and jellies.

7. Newaukum Valley Harvest

Owners: Dana & Dennis Styger
Contact: (360) 508-0213 or nvh@q.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/NV-Harvest-Sweet-Corn-Farm-Stand-10565925044197...
Location: 595 SW Hillburger Rd., Chehalis
Open: July through October, Monday through Sunday daily
Activities/Services: Farm Stand
Specialty: Vegetables, eggs, beef, oils/lotions/soaps/cosmetics

Our farm stand offers farm fresh sweet corn, picked daily seven days a week and placed in our farm stand along with farm fresh eggs and Soap made from organic cows' milk. We also have Young, tender Angus beef (call/email for availability of beef).

8. Heidi’s Farm, Inc.

Owner: Jeff Saint Aubyn
Contact: (360) 981-0592 or northwestnaturalbeef@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/heidisfarmpackwood/
Location: 11526 U.S. Highway 12, Randle
Open: Daily
Activities/Services: Farm Stand, Farm Festival, Agritourism
Specialty: Poultry, eggs, beef, pork

We are dedicated to providing safe, healthy, and good tasting foods to the public. We are also very much concerned with educating the public on what it actually takes to produce food. All of our livestock are pasture raised, with no added hormones or antibiotics.

9. Busy Family Farm

Owner: Helen Nowlin
Contact: (360) 635-3437 or helen@educationalfamilyestateapps.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/busyfamilyfarm/
Location: Glenoma
Open: Contact for appointment; call for directions
Activities/Services: Farm Stand, Agritourism, Ag Ed
Specialty: Vegetables, small fruits/berries, baked goods, eggs, vinegars/pickled/fermented products, cut flowers, dried herbs

We are a farm expanding services from grapes to wine, dried herbs for cooking and medicinal uses and everything in between — because you need a friend when it comes to your health (#BFF).

10. 2nd Chance Nursery

Owners: Billy Owens
Contact: (360) 584-2475 or redneckman1986@hotmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pitcherplantman/
Open: Contact for appointment
Activities/Services: Farm Stand, Online Sales
Specialty: Vegetables, small fruits/berries, tree fruits, cut flowers, carnivorous plants

We've been bringing fresh veggie starts, flowers and carnivorous plants to East Lewis County since 2016.

Owners: Janean Parker & Tony Citrhyn
Contact: (360) 748-3031 or info@treefeathersemu.com
Website: http://www.threefeathersemus.com/
Location: Chehalis
Open: May – September; contact for appointment and directions
Activities/Services: Farm Festival, Farm Store, Online Sales, Agritourism
Specialty: Other meat, exotic animals, oils/lotions/soaps/cosmetics

We are a family owned and operated emu ranch. Our mission is to provide you premium emu oil products as a natural alternative for your skin and health. Emu oil is “the best thing you can do for your skin.” It’s a fast absorbing moisturizer and also soothes soreness. Our AEA Certified Fully Refined oil is used in our soaps, lotions and body care products to make them very effective. We also sell meat, eggs, and emu feather and leather crafts. Give us a call to come see the emus and try our products for yourself.

12. M.T. Ranch

Owners: Tony & Mary Briggs
Contact: (360) 262-0784 or tonyandmaryb@gmail.com
Location: 787 State Route 508, Chehalis
Open: Contact for appointment
Activities/Services: Wholesale
Specialty: Grass-fed beef; hay products

Established in 1994, MT Ranch is proud to provide quality grass fed beef and hay products to customers across western WA.

13. Haven Homestead

Owners: Chris & Lindsey Hodge
Contact: (360) 978-5668 or havenhomestead2009@gmail.com
Website: http://www.havenhomestead.com/
Location: 3479 Centralia Alpha Rd., Onalaska
Open: Contact for appointment
Activities/Services: Ag Ed, Online Sales, Agritourism
Specialty: Vegetables, small fruits/berries, tree fruits, poultry, eggs, other meat/exotic animals, fruit trees/shrubs

Here at Haven Homestead, we are interested in learning and teaching how to live a sustainable life. We have a podcast, a couple of blogs, books, and we teach classes through Centralia College's Continuing Ed program.

Owner: Burke Deming
Contact: (360) 785-4576 or burke@olequafarm.com
Website: http://www.olequafarm.com/
Location: 1785 Ferrier Rd., Winlock
Open: CSA boxes delivered May to October; Tours and other special orders available by appointment
Activities/Services: CSA, U-pick
Specialty: Vegetables, small fruits/berries, tree fruits

OlequaFarm.com provides an extensive variety of fresh vegetables, fruits and berries to families in our local community. Delivery to your door in a large Coleman cooler provides everything from artichokes to zucchini. Many crops are grown in the ground in a hoophouse, allowing a greater assortment of culinary fun.

Owner: Justin Claibourn
Contact: (253) 318-2317 or cowlitzfallslavender@outlook.com
Website: https://www.cowlitzfallslavender.com/
Location: 136 Falls Rd., Randle
Open: Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend; hours are Friday noon to 6:30 p.m.; Saturday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday noon to 4:30 p.m.
Activities/Services: Farm Stand, U-pick, Agritourism, Online Sales, Wholesale
Specialty: Cut flowers, vegetable/herb plants, lavender essential oils, Hydrosol, value added cosmetic products, & handmade soaps

Our farm provides a high quality product to your family for a variety of amazing uses. Explore our site for information on our project, ideas for your own lavender projects, and lavender in general! Stop in to cut some of your own amazing lavender, take a few photos in the field, shop our seasonal farm stand, or check out our website to shop our value added products all year long.

16. Beaver Hills Farm

Owner: Thomas & Janet Meade
Contact: (360) 983-3218 or tommeade51@gmail.com
Website: https://www.beaverhillsfarms.com/
Location: 131 W. State St., Mossyrock
Open: Call for appointment
Activities/Services: Farm Store
Specialty: Beef

Located near beautiful Mossyrock, our farm began in 2001 on an original homestead site which grew into the Mossyrock Prairie and community. We specialize in Irish Dexter cattle, the increasingly popular choice for meat, milk and small farm sustainable living.

17. Sweet Briar Herb Farm

Owner: Carol Thomas
Contact: (360) 978-5691 or sweetbriarherbfarm@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/sweetbriar/
Location: 218 Stub Rd., Onalaska
Open: January to mid-December, call for appointment
Activities/Services: CSA, Farm Stand, Online Sales, Farmer’s Market
Specialty: vegetables, vegetable/herb plants

Sweet Briar is a small market garden in a beautiful location. We grow most of the year while we have covered garden space. We specialized in salad greens, summer squash and micro greens. All of our produce is certified organic, and is raised and picked in the most pristine conditions. Everyone is invited to come to our farm and enjoy the the woods, trees and lovely plant life. We do custom growing for people and try to get along with the world the best we can.

18. Richard Roth Family Farm

Owner: Richard Roth
Contact: (360) 219-7798 or rroth@myhome.net
Location: 193 Roth Rd., Winlock
Open: Contact for an appointment
Activities/Services: Farm Festival, Agritourism
Specialty: Vegetables, small fruits/berries, beef

Our main product is grass-fed organically grown beef. We also raise sweet corn for sale at local markets and from the farm. Occasionally we have extra garden produce which we sell fresh from the farm. We have also renovated a chicken house into a pottery studio and gallery which is open by apt and during the annual ARTrails studio tour the 3rd and 4th weekends of September.

19. Country Classics Farm

Owners: Russ & Nancy Wigley
Contact: (360) 736-5632 or wigleys@localaccess.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Wigleys-Garden-Produce-from-Country-Classics-Fa...
Location: Centralia Farmers' Market, Centralia
Open: Contact for appointment; products available at Centralia Farmers Market on Fridays, May through October
Activities/Services: Farmer’s Market
Specialty: Vegetables, small fruits/berries, tree fruits, cut flowers, vegetable/herb plants, annual starts

Country Classics Farm LLC is located northeast of Centralia on Halliday Road. We grow strawberries, canning tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans, onions, potatoes, zucchini, spinach, swiss chard, kohlrabi, cabbage, broccoli, winter squash, apples, Asian pears, blueberries, pie cherries, and more. We sell in Centralia Farmers Market on Fridays, April thru September; and in Lakewood Farmers Market on Tuesdays, June thru mid-September. You may call for orders and pick up at the farm, farmers market, or we will deliver. Just call (360) 736-5632 or message us on Facebook.

Owner: Adam Moir
Contact: (360) 324-9115 or farm@moircountry.com
Website: http://www.moircountry.com/
Location: 215 Macomber Rd., Chehalis
Open: Call for appointment; products sold at farmers' markets Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday during summer
Activities/Services: Wholesale, Farmer’s Market
Specialty: poultry, beef, pork

Moir Country Farm is family owned and operated. We take pride in providing the best in naturally raised beef, pork and chicken products (except for eggs) to our customers.

21. Wedin Farm

Owner: Kathleen L. Wedin & Galen R Wedin, DVM
Contact: (360) 704-0083
Website: https://www.facebook.com/wedinfarmandfriends/
Location: 560 Spooner Rd., Chehalis
Open: Spring Show showcasing antiques & art May 4-6, 2017; Fall Show takes place October 5-7, 2017. See Facebook for details.
Activities/Services: Farm Festival
Specialty: Hay; Antique and farm shows

Ours is a 100 year old Heritage Farm. We grow and sell hay through private sales. We also have Spring and Fall on-farm shows featuring antiques and art along with local agrifarm products (cheese, lavender, emu products and more). We also participate in the Tour de Farms in concert with the Ride the Willapa bike ride.

Owner: Gretchen Fritsch
Contact: (360) 496-4373 or sweetdirtfarmer@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/sweetdirtfarm/
Location: 656 Cannon Rd., Packwood
Open: Packwood Farmers Market, Saturdays from June to October, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Activities/Services: Wholesale, Farmer’s Market
Specialty: Vegetables, small fruits/berries

Sweet Dirt Farm is a market garden located in Packwood. Established in 2014, our mission is to feed the community we grew up in, and to do so with a deep respect for the planet by farming organically, conserving water and nourishing the soil. We grow strawberries and a variety of vegetables. You can find our produce in local businesses, and also every Saturday during the summer at the Packwood Farmers Market in front of Mountain Goat Coffee Company.

23. Whistlekick Pygoras

Owner: Terri Kistler
Contact: (360) 827-1126 or terri@whistlekickpygoras.com
Website: http://www.whistlekickpygoras.com/
Location: Winlock; contact for specific directions
Open: By appointment
Activities/Services: Online Sales, Agritourism, Ag Ed
Specialty: Pygora fleece and Pygora goats for sale

Whistlekick Pygoras is home to 17 registered Pygora goats with magnificent, soft, fluffy fiber and mischievous, playful personalities. We sell fine fiber for discriminating handspinners and incredibly soft yarn for knitters and crocheters. We occasionally have Pygora kids for sale. Whistlekick also is home to the author of Raising Happy, Healthy Pygora Goats - everything you need to know about raising Pygoras. Visitors are welcome. If you'd like to know more about these wonderful goats, call for an appointment.

24. J. Foss Garden Flowers

Owner: Janet Foss
Contact: (360) 978-4724 or jfossgarden@gmail.com
Website: http://jfossgardenflowers.com
Location: Chehalis/Onalaska
Open: Memorial Day to Labor Day, or by appointment
Activities/Services: Online Sales, Agritourism, Ag Ed
Specialty: Cut flowers; buckets of flowers for weddings

We grow cut flowers for florist, but offer some products through our roadside stand, great for everyday use, weddings, parties, gifts. We have a wide variety of flowers that different throughout the season. We have special flowers.

25. Maughn Family Raw Honey

Owner: Dan Maughan
Contact: (360) 748-0663 or ultramafic@netzero.net
Location: 123 Goff Rd., Chehalis
Open: Call for Appointment
Activities/Services: Raw honey, Pollination Services
Specialty: Honey

We have gentle local bees. Our bees live in our yard with our cat and chickens. We also keep bees in our cow pasture. Our farm is surrounded by blackberries, and their nectar produces a wonderful fruity flavored honey. Our honey has won "best in class" at the Southwest Washington Fair. We also pollinate local crops for other farmers. Please come visit us.

26. JMH Enterprises

Owner: Jill Hartman
Contact: (360) 262-9050 or admin@doormatz.com
Website: http://www.doormatz.com/
Location: 288 Forest Napavine Rd. E., Chehalis
Open: Wednesday through Saturday in April, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Activities/Services: Farm Store, Online Sales
Specialty: Eggs, Koi, goldfish, catfish and pond plants

We have range free eggs. We have two greenhouses dedicated to decorative water plants and decorative pond fish. Hardy pond plants and extra fish are outside the greenhouse on the property

27. Bunker Creek Berry Patch

Owners: Jeff & Shereen Bennight
Contact: (360) 740-7771, (253) 988-5347 or shereen.bennight@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/BunkerCreekBerryPatch
Location: 214 Bunker Creek Rd., Chehalis
Open: July through August, call for availability
Activities/Services: U-pick, Farm Stand
Specialty: Blueberries

Bunker Creek Berry Patch offers eight varieties of highly nutritious, pesticide-free blueberries, grown using organic practice. The farm is located near the Chehalis river on historic property. We encourage you to pick your own berries and make a day of it.

Owner: BeverLee
Contact: (360) 281-4514 or lewiscountyfarms@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/lewiscountyfarms
Location: 107 Pinkerton Rd & U.S. Highway 12, Ethel
Activities/Services: Farm Stand, U-pick, Farm Festival (corn maze, pumpkin patch)
Specialty: Vegetables, fruits, and berries

A must stop for delicious farm fresh fruits and vegetables in Ethel, Washington! Open from mid-May through late July or early August (depending on product availability), we offer strawberries, raspberries, boysenberries, cherries, apricots, peaches, watermelons, cantaloupe, tomatoes, green beans, artichokes, kale, serrano, jalapeno and habanero peppers, and yellow, red and green bell peppers. Our fruit and vegetable selection varies based on product availability and will change throughout the season. Please call (360) 281-4514 daily to check current product availability. This location also offers a wide variety of inflatable amusements for children ages 2-12 to play on.

Owner: Josh Hyatt and Melissa Henderson
Contact: (360) 269-5135
Website: newaukumvalleyfarm.com
Location: 482 Spooner Rd Chehalis
Activities/Services: Farm Stand, Tours, Venue rental (weddings, other celebrations), Wholesale, Farm to table dinners
Specialty: Vegetables and Fruit Trees

Newaukum Valley Farm has been in operation since 2003. Originating on the banks of the Newaukum River, the farm moved a few miles west in 2007 and now resides on the banks of the Chehalis River in Adna, WA. The farm is home to about 20 acres of certified organic vegetables and fruit trees. Local Chefs and producers are highlighted at Farm to Table dinners featured during the height of the season. A farm store is also open on Wednesday's for those interested in fresh picked produce.

Experience Fresh from the Farm at one of our many farmers markets located in all four corners of Lewis County. Let our local farmers share the bounty of their fields with you as they gather together at the market. Each one of the farmers markets are unique and special. Enjoy entertainment for the young and not so young at the Community Farmer’s Market at Chehalis, the picturesque drive as you make your way to the Packwood Farmers Market, or the view of Mount St. Helens as you travel towards the Toledo and Winlock markets.

The season is long and the foods are plentiful. Come enjoy the harvest almost every day of the week here in Lewis County.


Places to stay nearby

Best Western Plus Park Place Inn

Chehalis, North
Starting at: $98.00

Candalite Mansion

Centralia, North

Centralia Motel 6

Centralia, North
Starting at: $46.00

Centralia Square Grand Ballroom & Hotel

Centralia, North
Starting at: $80.00

Places to eat nearby

Agate Creek Cellars

105 Agate Creek Lane,
Chehalis, WA 98532
(360) 740-1692
12:00-5:00pm Saturday only

Dawn's Delectables

204 N. Tower Ave.,
Centralia, WA 98531
(360) 602-1495

Bill & Bea's Espresso

1215 Harrison Ave.,
Centralia, WA 98531
(360) 736-9629

Peking House Chinese Restaurant

513 Harrison Ave.,
Centralia, WA 98531
(360) 807-8988

Boccata Deli & Market

405 N. Tower Ave.,
Centralia, WA 98531
(306) 736-2404

Taco Bell

1120 Belmont Ave.
Centralia, WA 98531
(360) 736-9836

The Station Coffee Bar & Bistro

120 S. Tower Ave.
Centralia, WA 98531
(360) 623-1971

El Cocinero

1226 S. Gold St.,
Centralia, WA 98531
(360) 807-2162

Upcoming events in the area

Washington State Parks Fee Free Day - Earth Day

Sunday, April 22, 2018 - All Day

Country Chicks Spring Market

April 27-28, 2018 from 10:00am-4:00pm


Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 1:00pm

Centralia College's Spring 5k Fun Run

Saturday, May 5, 2018 9:00am-1:00pm