Keep an eye out for the orange flags at each farm stating Official Farm of The Skagit Valley Festival of Family Farms.
October 1st & 2nd, 2022, 10am to 4pm
Tons of kids activities! Bring your whole family!
During the two day Skagit Valley Festival of Family Farms event, you will be able to tour the valley at your own pace and enjoy the abundant Skagit Valley at the peak of autumn’s harvest. Savor the bounty: fresh fruits and vegetables, local shellfish, homemade jams and much more.
Enjoy free samples and bring home tasty treats – the flavors and fun will bring you back every year for the Skagit Valley Festival of Family Farms.
The Skagit Valley Festival of Family Farms takes place on 13 participating family farms located in Bow, Burlington, Concrete, Mount Vernon, Rockport and Sedro-Woolley. The majority of farms are located a short 20 min. drive from each other. Download the official map on the Farm Map page and enjoy the scenic North Cascade Hwy. Don’t forget your camera!
This weekend is set up as a playground of wholesome, educational and unique activities that are just plain fun! Where else can your child or “the child in you” make a scarecrow, pet baby farm animals and create art?
While exploring the farms, discover:
Although this event is provided at no charge to attendees by Skagit Valley’s farming community, please consider donating. Donations help sustain this unique family event. Donation sites are available at each farm.
Consider becoming a Festival VIP! For a $25.00 donation. you will receive 1 VIP pass as well as a official “Festival Bag” filled with Skagit goods and coupons (click on the donate now button for more information).Your tax deductible donation will go toward this collaborative educational program to help keep agriculture alive.
As you drive through the Skagit Valley tune to 1630AM on your car radio and learn why local farmers call this fertile valley the “Magic Skagit”. Hear crop reports, farm history and special stories about the dozens of crops grown in the valley. Find out what crops are being harvested or planted right now. “InFARMation” is a collaborative project made possible by: Skagitonnians to Preserve Farmland, Skagit Valley College Radio Station KVSR 91.7FM, WDOT, Leadership Skagit, EDASC, WSU Skagit County Extension and many community volunteer announcers.
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