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Bellewood Acres is just six miles north of Bellingham and is one of the Northwest's largest apple orchards. This farm is open year round offering tours and many family-friendly events in all seasons. In addition to tours and events, Bellewood Acres has a farm market, bistro and bakery. At the market, purchase some of their delicious apple cider and some artisan cheeses. Stay for a light lunch at the bistro. There is so much to offer at this farm. Check the website for directions, fees and hours of operation.

Cloud Mountain Farm Center is home to the Annual Fall Fruit Festival in early October and this has been an annual event for over 28 years! In August, the farm offers the Summer Harvest Day where you can tour the farm and there are 45 different fruits and vegetables to sample! Check the website for directions, fees, event listings and hours of operation.

Whatcom County Farm Tour is always held the second Saturday in September. It is a self-guided, family-friendly tour of many of the farms in Whatcom County. There are many activities for the children, including tractor rides, U-pick vegetables, seeing many farm animals and cooking and composting demonstrations. Check out the website for all participating farms and a farm map.

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Bellingham, Washington is a hidden gem for food enthusiasts, and it's no surprise that it's gaining recognition as a top foodie destination. If you're passionate about culinary adventures, a food tour in Bellingham is an absolute must, and that's where "Bellingham Food Tours" comes into play.

One of the most compelling reasons to explore the city's food scene is its commitment to farm-to-table dining. Bellingham is surrounded by fertile farmlands and the bountiful waters of the Puget Sound. This means you can savor the freshest, locally-sourced ingredients prepared by talented chefs. Restaurants like The Fork at Agate Bay and Keenan's at the Pier showcase this commitment, offering dishes bursting with the flavors of the region.

Bellingham also takes pride in its diverse culinary landscape. Whether you're craving gourmet burgers at Fiamma Burger, traditional Mexican cuisine at Casa Que Pasa, or creative vegan dishes at the Community Food Co-op, the city's food options are as varied as its community.

In addition to these culinary delights, Bellingham boasts a thriving craft beer and wine scene. Locally brewed beers from Boundary Bay Brewery and Chuckanut Brewery have gained a cult following, while wineries like Samson Estates and Dynasty Cellars offer unique wine tasting experiences.

The city's commitment to sustainability and food ethics is also worth noting. Bellingham Food Tours will introduce you to eateries that prioritize sustainability, such as the Goods Local Brews and Sustainable Sandwich.

Lastly, Bellingham's stunning natural surroundings add to the overall food tour experience. Imagine savoring your meal with a view of Bellingham Bay or enjoying a picnic in one of the many parks and beaches nearby.

In conclusion, Bellingham, Washington is a fantastic foodie city that deserves to be explored through "Bellingham Food Tours." With its focus on farm-to-table dining, diverse culinary offerings, craft beer and wine scene, sustainability, and breathtaking natural beauty, it's a food lover's paradise. Don't miss the opportunity to taste your way through this delightful city while appreciating all it has to offer.

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Squash at the  CTK Food Share , A Stop on the Whatcom County Farm Tour, credit FotoMataio Fotografia

Food. We love it. And we relish the variety of what is grown and made right here in the Pacific Northwest. Finding products from a unique source can add to the variety of our eating experiences. Take milk for example. “I wish more people could actually see the animals and the creamery and we could talk about how all milk is not the same,” says David Lukens, second generation owner of Grace Harbor Farms in Custer, WA. “It reminds me of the microbrewery world 20 years ago, when people realized that beer wasn’t just beer – there were different processes and recipes, too. We consider ourselves the microbrewery of dairy.” 

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Milking Jersey Cows at  Grace Harbor Farms ,  A Stop on the Whatcom County Farm Tour, credit Ry Schmitt Photography

Yogurt, cream-top milk, kefir, cultured buttermilk - these are just some of the delicious products that Lukens produces and shares with the local community as well as the greater Puget Sound region. Grace Harbor’s milk is not homogenized or separated. And Lukens says the flavor is unique. “It’s very true to the farm.”  

Whatcom County Farm Tour–Sept. 16th  

Grace Harbor Farms will be one of 12 farms to open their doors on Saturday, September 16th for the free Whatcom County Farm Tour . The Whatcom County Farm Tour is an opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at what makes food from this place so special. On the tour, you can learn about regenerative vegetable and flower farming, fruit trees that thrive in our region, natural fermentation, sheep husbandry, and more! You can see a variety of animals, tour a creamery, and appreciate the collaboration between different farmers and producers.  

Grace Harbor Farms acquired Misty Meadows Farm in 2021 – they now sell pasture-raised organic eggs produced by their 2400 chickens. Fourth generation farmers at Steensma Creamery , another Whatcom County dairy, will be showcasing their production facility, co-located at Grace Harbor Farms. The Steensma family is committed to regenerative food production in partnership with their animals and land. In 2021, they launched the Pacific Northwest’s first local skyr yogurt, hand-crafted with milk from their pastured dairy cows.  

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Checking out the Tractors on the Whatcom County Farm Tour, credit FotoMataio Fotografia 

September Eat Local Month & The Farm to Table Trails  

The Farm Tour is just one part of September’s Eat Local Month - a celebration of local food and the folks who farm, raise, fish, forage, harvest, cook and make what we eat. Come early for Market Week , stay for Farm Week . Chase the tour with Restaurant Week and close out your month with Seafood Week .  

If your schedule can’t accommodate a trip to Bellingham in September, consider taking advantage of the enticing, creative, Farm To Table Trails anytime. The Trails make it fun and easy to embark on culinary adventures by car or bike and explore delicious offerings from Whatcom County. Enjoy bountiful harvests from berry farms, find the best local cheeses, and visit area markets for fresh veggies, meat, and fish. 

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Beets from  Small Acres Farm , A Stop on the Whatcom County Farm Tour, credit FotoMataio Fotografia

By participating in one or more of the Farm To Table Trails, you’ll have the opportunity to use the digital passport to check in, earn points, and win prizes! 

There are so many ways to experience the food and farming culture of Northwest Washington. Whether it’s the Whatcom County Farm Tour, September Eat Local Month, or the Farm to Table Trails, be sure to bring an appetite and your curiosity!  

“We’re fortunate to have so many incredible chefs and farmers in this region,” says Jess Meyer, Sustainable Connections’ Food and Farming Outreach Coordinator. “Eat Local Month is a celebration of all the connections that bring food from the farm to our plates – and the connections that bring us together.”  

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Playing with pigs at  Alluvial Farms,  A Stop on the Whatcom County Farm Tour, credit FotoMataio Fotografia

Whatcom County’s food and farming world is one of sustainability, collaboration, flavor, and a deep passion for growing a strong, vibrant community.  The Farm Tour is on September 16th from 10 am - 4 pm - it’s self-guided and is free for all ages! 

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Eat Local Month is made possible by Sustainable Connections , thanks to the support of Whatcom Community Foundation, Bellingham Farmers Market, Cascade Radio Group, FarmWild, Community Food Co-op, Mt. Baker Care Center, Whatcom County, City of Bellingham, Aslan Brewing Company, Katheryn Moran Photography, and Heritage Bank. 

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Journey by bike into the food systems, working waterfront,  cultural heritage and natural environments that epitomize our lush corner of the Pacific Northwest. Full and half day trips offer rich farm-to-table experiences complemented by hands-on learning, exchange of ideas and community discovery.

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Explore Ferndale’s charming countryside by bike and experience the local farm-fresh food scene to celebrate Sustainable Connection’s Farm to Table Trails program. Each stop includes a tasting and Q&A with farmers and market staff.

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Eagles, Estuaries, and Oysters

This tour route focuses on the rich diversity of lakes, rivers, farms and forests that make up the Whatcom County landscape. From marine estuaries to raptor rescue centers, and wetland conservation to habitat restoration, find yourself pedaling through a world of land trusts, conservation easements, and local partners working together to promote ecological restoration and economic opportunity in this community. Feeling thirsty after all that riding? Opt to finish your ride with a happy hour and oyster tasting event at Drayton Harbor Oysters.

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Get to know your local farmers and food system as we visit Everson’s finest growers and producers by bike! Tour includes private farmstead visits, meet and greets with local agriculturalists, and a farm-to-table dinner featuring hyper fresh + local ingredients from farms visited along our ride.

Sea to Table Bicycle Tour

Jump on a bike and discover what makes Bellingham so liveable, bikeable, and all around enjoyable. Interested learning more about the critical role salmon play in our bioregion? Let us know and we’ll design this tour to interact with members from across our community working to preserve salmon habitats. 

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Barley to Brewery Skagit Valley Bicycle Tour

Gain an in-depth look at the world of craft brewing while tasting your way around one of the most scenic bicycle routes in the Pacific Northwest. Malt grain with the pros and take a behind the scenes look at some of our best local breweries.

Bike to Brew Galbraith Mountain Tour

Interested in how beer gets made? Take a behind-the-scenes brewery tour before jumping on your mountain bike and riding some of the best trails Bellingham has to offer. Soak in the views of Bellingham bay from the mountain, then journey down to South Bellingham for a beer tasting at one of Bellingham’s iconic craft breweries. 

Olympic Rainforest Discovery Adventure | Up to One Week

Traverse across one of the largest intact temperate rainforests in North America and discover why the Olympic National Park is the best-kept secret in the Pacific Northwest. Dive into the marine and forest ecosystems with local biologists and cultural ambassadors alike. We’ll visit local farms, search for Orcas, forest bathe amongst old-growth trees, and soak in natural geothermal heated pools.

Custom and Private Group Tours

Custom tours: Ladies weekend? High school reunion? Business event? Wedding party? Regardless of what’s brought you together, our custom and private tours are the perfect way for you to get outside and explore this region with your friends, coworkers, or family.

We design our custom tours to match your group’s unique style, flow, flavor preferences, and pace. Tell us what you’ve got in mind, and we’ll develop an agenda to match. Pricing and tour length dependent on just how much you’d like to pack into a day.

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Seattle Day Trip to Flower Fields & Oyster Farm

Hi there! You found Inspired Taste’s adventurous side. You probably know about us ( Adam and Joanne ) because of  our recipes . To recharge and find recipe inspiration we love to travel. It doesn’t matter how far away it is — this time, we stayed close and took a day trip.

Seattle Day Trip to Flower Fields & Oyster Farm

Here’s where we went…

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We took a drive out of Seattle (our home) towards Bellingham — a small town not too far from the Canadian border. It only took an hour or so.

Be sure to check out our nifty Google map that shows you everywhere we went so you can visit yourself. It works great on a phone.  Click here or the map to check it out!

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First, we stopped at the Skagit Valley flower fields. We went in March so the daffodils were in full bloom. There were so many fields of yellow. (Tulips bloom around here in April – here’s a map of flower bloom times to help you plan your visit).

We were both caught up with the view. Here’s Joanne taking a picture for our Instagram profile .

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After eating a pretty amazing pulled pork sandwich at  Cafe Rumba  in Bellingham, we found a secluded beach called Teddy Bear Cove just outside of the city center. The photo at the top is from there, too.

There was a bit of walk down a steep bluff to get here, but it was worth it. This is a picture of Joanne having a moment taking it all in. Make sure you check out our map so you can find it!

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Bonus: There are train tracks right next to the beach so if you are lucky you get to watch one pass by. Next time we are thinking about bringing a picnic. Some hummus , bread , and a few muffins would do the trick.

Adam at Taylor Shellfish

Before driving back, we stopped at the  Taylor Shellfish  farm store. Their oysters are amazing — we ate so many! The view is fantastic, too. They have a few restaurants in Seattle, but experiencing the oysters where they are actually farmed is pretty special. Highly recommended!

Skagit Tulip Fields

I just had to throw in one more daffodil photo — they really were beautiful. Hopefully, next time we catch the tulips!

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Berkeley Co. joins national farm and art tour for the first time

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. (WCSC) - Berkeley County becomes a stop in the South Carolina Ag and Art tour this year.

The event is a national self-guided farm tour that lets visitors explore local artisans and agricultural vendors for free. The tour runs Saturday and Sunday. The county will showcase four rural farms: Drigger’s Farm, Hickory Bluff Berry Farm, Little Frying Pan Farm and R and R Acres.

Berkeley County Tourism Director Rachel Knight says the county is rich in its rural resources such as the featured farms in the tour. Knight says the event is an opportunity to showcase the county’s produce and products offered by community farms.

Knight says she’s excited to see the turnout for the tour as the event brings economic benefits to the county.

“We’re bringing in people from outside of the county and outside of the state to view what we have,” Knight says. “That ultimately benefits Berkeley county and that their spending money, shopping at our farms and our stores and hopefully staying at our hotels.”

The farm and art tour is not only the county’s first experience with the event but the farms as well. The Little Frying Pan Farm will open its gates for visitors to tour for the first time.

Farm owner Kelly Deas-Owen and her husband started their farm together back in 2020. Deas-Owen says the goal of their farm was producing the majority of their food. The farm produces goat milk soap and sells plants at artisan events.

Deas-Owen says the farm is a great opportunity to volunteer and learn about her resources like animals and plants that grow on the land.

She says she is excited to see the turnout of visitors on her farm to show that it is a resource and they are there to help.

“It’s not easy, it’s a lot of work,” Deas-Owen says. We enjoy when the volunteers come and they spend time learning how to do this and then they go home and start their own garden. Sometimes, we get the opportunity to go and help them do that. I just think that it’s important that people know how and where and they have a resource and if you want help, we’re here to help also.”

Knight says over a dozen agritourism farms will participate in the weekend-long event alongside the four open farmlands. Guests can expect music, additional artisanal vendors and food trucks at farm locations.

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