Join us for the first-ever Summer MakersFest: A celebration of homegrown art and all things handmade. Shop over 50 local vendors with art, photography, jewelry, stained glass, freshly brewed coffee, apparel, stickers, freshly baked desserts, and more!Tags: summer makersfest
Presented by the Port of Skagit at the La Conner Marina, Skagit Farm to Pint Fest Celebrates Local Craft Beer, Growers, and Producers Craft beer enthusiasts and food aficionados unite! If you’re searching for a unique and flavorful experience, look …Tags: skagit farm to pint
The finalists have been chosen. Now it’s your turn to vote with a like! The 2023 photo with the most likes wins and will be featured in the 2024 La Conner Daffodil Festival. The winner will be announced Monday, May 31st!Tags: la conner daffodil festival
Local photographer, Sarah Walls, visited Tulip Valley Farms last week for an early shoot of the blooms! Welcome to the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival 2023!
April 1st officially kicks off Skagit County’s 2023 Tulip Festival. This is an exciting and busy time for our community, with thousands of visitors visiting local tulip fields throughout the month of April.
Visitors seeking to experience the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival now have a new field and garden to enjoy and brand new ways to interact and connect with the magic of nature’s gift.Tags: skagit valley tulip festival, tulip valley farms
Skagit County’s Farmland Legacy Program has finalized three farmland preservation projects in the past three months, permanently protecting another 105 acres of farmland from residential development. The additional acres of farmland now under conservation easement protection bring the total protected farmland in Skagit County to more than 14,200 acres.Tags: farmland legacy
Skagitonians to Protect Farmland (SPF) has launched an interactive map of all Skagit Valley current crop identification signs. The online map allows you to see where the Skagit Valley crop sign identification routes are, then click on a sign icon to see what is currently growing in the field and what was last grown at the location.Tags: skagit crop id map
The Skagit Food Trail is the newest Skagit Valley experience! The Skagit Food Trail is a self-guided journey through local gardens, family-owned farms, markets, bakeries, eateries, artisanal producers, farm stays, and experiences of the magical Skagit River Valley & Salish Sea.Tags: skagit food trail
Slow Food Skagit River Salish Sea was formed by a small group of friends who felt the time had come to bring this international organization home to the Skagit Valley.
The Skagit Valley is a magical place that I can’t seem to stay away from. No matter the time of year, it always feels special here. Farms abound, as do many delicious, under-the-radar, local restaurants. My ideal Sunday is spent farm hopping and eating my way through this enchanting valley (which has so much more to offer than just the Tulip Festival). Come with me on my perfect Sunday in Skagit, and don’t forget your cooler for delicate veggies and other farm and local goodies!Tags: harvest 2022