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What's Fresh in the Farm Market
Personal Shopping and Public Shopping Hours
Hello 21 Acres family,

Nearly every day from June through September, I eat a big, beautiful bowl of fruit from the Farm Market with breakfast. This morning I brought something else to the breakfast table with me: my ballot.

As I ate, I thought about the hands that grew my food. At 21 Acres, we often say that our goal is to "keep farmers farming." We fix the things that are broken, keep our land healthy and productive, and tend to the well-being of the people whose labor powers our food system. 

Voting is one way that we can work towards that goal on a societal scale. It isn't a one-and-done solution to all of the world's problems, and it certainly isn't equally accessible to all people. However, what voting does do is determine the conditions in which we engage and organize in our communities. Voting can help build a world where it is more productive to fight for climate action, education, social justice, and public health.

We have lots of beautiful produce for you this week, including the season's first plums, peppers, tomatillos, and freestone peaches. Stop by and see us, but don't forget to fill out your ballot first—so we can all continue to enjoy the fruits of our farmers' labor.

Thanks for your support!

Don't Forget to Vote!

Ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday, August 4th. Go vote this week, then mention this coupon to receive 10% off in the Farm Market!

Valid for personal shopping and in-person orders between 7/29 and 8/1. Limit one per customer.
Bulk Order Info Form

Interested in pickling, canning, baking, or preserving this summer? We have a shiny new spreadsheet that has everything you need to know about what's available now, what will be available later, approximate pricing, and instructions on how to place an order. 

Plenty of produce is already available—start planning your projects now!
Go To The Bulk Order Info Form
Personal Shopping

Any customers who are trying to minimize their exposure are welcome to use our personal shopping program. We will be offering pickup from 2PM—4PM Wednesday through Saturday. Here's how it works:
  1. Read our product list and make a full list of everything you want to order
  2. Email your list to Caroline at no later than noon on the day you want to pick up your order. Don't forget to indicate the day you'd like to pick up in your email. If you do not receive a confirmation by noon on the day you plan to pick up, please call the Farm Market at 425-398-0533 to verify that we have received your order.
  3. We will pack up your order for you and have it ready for pickup any time between 2 PM and 4 PM.
  4. We will email you an invoice for your order between 12 PM and 2 PM. Please pay for your order as soon as possible.
  5. You can come to the market to pick up your order, or let us know if you would prefer us to walk it out to the parking lot.
Go To This Week's Product List
This Week's Fresh Produce

Thanks to High and Dry Farm, Okanogan Producers, Cabrera Farms, Hopewell Farm, Alki Market Garden, Caruso Farm, Ralph's Greenhouse, Osprey Hill Farm, Skylight Farms, Songbird Haven Farm, The Crows Farm, Summer Run Farm, Alvarez Farm, Eunomia Farm, Cascadia Mushrooms, Sno Valley Mushrooms, Tonnemaker's Farm, Collins Family Orchards, Hedlin Farm, Cloud Mountain Farm Center, Tualco Valley Farm, Hima Farms, and our own 21 Acres Soil Team for growing this week's produce!


Apples, Vista Bella
Wonderful flavor and soft flesh. Amazing in baked goods.

Apples, Yellow Transparent
A sweet-tart, crisp apple that is perfect for applesauce.


Nectarines, white
First nectarines of the season! This week's white nectarines are Arctic Glo variety.

Peaches, yellow cling
These would be perfect for this peach upside-down skillet cake with bourbon whipped cream.

Peaches, yellow freestone
First freestones of the season! This week's freestones are Regina variety.

Plums, Early Laxton
A juicy and sweet blush-colored variety.

Plums, Imperial Epineuse
A very sweet, flavorful, and delicious plum great for eating fresh.

Plums, Elma's Special
A juicy and rich deep purple plum, wonderful fresh or in jam.

Raspberries, golden

Raspberries, red






Beans, green

Beans, yellow

Beans, Dragon Tongue
Try them sautéed with pancetta and mushrooms.

Beets, red or gold


Broccoli, sprouting

Cabbage, green cone (Caraflax)

Cabbage, Savoy


Cauliflower, Romanesco
This pasta with romanesco and olives would be wonderful with Bellingham Pasta Co. pappardelle.




Cucumbers, lemon

Cucumbers, pickling

Cucumbers, Persian

Cucumbers, salt and pepper
Back by popular demand! We'll have these delicious yellow cucumbers in limited supply this week.




Garlic, black

Garlic, elephant

Garlic, Italian Red

Kale, rainbow lacinato

Kohlrabi, green


Lettuce, green head

Lettuce, loose

Mushrooms, Chef's Mix

Mushrooms, Shiitake

Onion, Walla Walla

Parsley, Italian

Peppers, Hungarian Hot Wax
First peppers of the year! A tangy, medium-heat pepper.

Peppers, Jalapeno
Try them stuffed with Samish Bay Vache cheese.

Potatoes, new Yukon Gold

Potatoes, red or yellow fingerling


Shallots, spring

Summer squash: zucchini, yellow zephyr, patty pan, 8 ball

Tomatoes, heirloom

Tomatoes, beefsteak

First of the season! We'll have almost all the ingredients for these zucchini latkes with tomatillo-apple salsa this week.

Farm Market Hours
Fri: 11 AM—6 PM
Sat: 10 AM—4 PM 

Personal Shopping Pickup Hours
Wed-Sat: 2 PM—4 PM
Please submit orders to no later than noon on the day you plan to pick up your order.

For the safety of our community, our building and farm will be closed to the public until further notice.


13701 NE 171st Street
Woodinville, WA 98072
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