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Spring Blossoms at the Port Townsend Farmers Market 2015

March 18th, 2015 by bluegullinn

PT Farmers Market

Spring Blossoms at the Port Townsend Farmers Market 2015

Spring Blossoms at the Port Townsend Farmers Market 2015

Port Townsend Farmers Market opens on Saturday April 4, 2015 from 9 am – 2 pm on the corner of Tyler and Clay Streets in Historic Uptown.

Port Townsend Farmers Market offers, local produce, food, flowers, arts, crafts, music and more.

Opening Day is Saturday April 4th at 9 am. Enjoy goat parade, music, food and more.

If you decide to stay in Port Townsend for a getaway, enjoy the Historic Blue Gull Inn B&B just 3 blocks up Clay Street from the Farmers Market. Check out our web site www.bluegullinn.com

Why not live in Port Townsend a great small town and Historic Victorian Seaport. For real estate information contact John Eissinger at Remax, www.johneissinger.com or give him a call at 360-301-2378.

We are fortunate in Port Townsend and Jefferson County to have so many small family farms, many of them offer organic produce.

Jefferson County Extension produces the North Olympic Food & Farm Guide and is available for pick-up at local visitor centers, participating farms and businesses, and the WSU Jefferson County Extension office at the historic Cupola House. The free guide boasts over 130 descriptive listings of family farms, local food restaurants, supporting businesses and organizations throughout Clallam and Jefferson counties, acting as a comprehensive resource for all things local food- and agriculture-related on the Olympic Peninsula.

We are blessed with the many small farms that support and raise locally grown food in East Jefferson County. While taking advantage of our region’s temperate climate and long growing season, we have a plethora of farms, cideries and wine makers in Quilcene/Brinnon, Chimacum, Port Hadlock and Port Townsend, WA.

Jefferson County has a rich agricultural heritage that is now seeing a surge of energy and vitality from farmers across our fertile valleys.  More than a dozen family farms are in operation producing a range of goods and produce from diverse vegetables, to fruit crops like berries and apples, to egg and poultry production, to goat cheese, to cow dairies and pasture-fed beef.

You can taste what grows in Jefferson County at our dynamic Farmers Markets (Port Townsend, Chimacum & Port Ludlow) or at several on-farm stands.  You can also drink the bounty of Jefferson County by visiting the Tasting Rooms of our many local wineries or cideries. The Chimacum Corner store at Center and Highway 19 offers a wide range of goods grown or made right here.

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