Local Farm Directory

The Palouse region has a vibrant local farm and food scene. These farms listed below sell directly to consumers, at various area farmers markets, to local restaurants, and stores. This listing is here to help you connect!

Since farmers change what they grow, sell and make from season-to-season, please explore their websites and contact them directly to see what is available.

Generally, please make an appointment before visiting local farms. If you would like to be listed, please contact us.

Local farms near Latah County, ID

Local Farm Listings

Local farms in Latah County, Idaho and the surrounding region

Jaqueline and Zane Garner in field with cattle in the far background
Zane & Jacqueline Garner

6/2 Ranch Beef

Just outside Moscow, ID, 6/2 Ranch Beef offers humanely raised beef (primarily grass fed with a small amount of local grains when needed to facilitate proper growth; no hormones; GMO free). Visit their website to learn about purchasing and delivery.

Bald Butte Lavender Farm

Located in Whitman County on the Palouse Prairie, Bald Butte Lavender Farm offers fresh and dried lavender bunds and bundles as well as live lavender and education on how to care for it!

Belted Galloway cattle at Bar O Farms
Belted Galloway cows at Bar O Farms

Bar O Farms

Bar O Farms are living the dream! Raising Belted Galloway cattle as well as pigs, chickens and goats. And loving every minute of it!

large pile of apples in orchard
Apples at Bishops’ Orchard

Bishops Orchard

Bishops’ Orchard offers a broad variety of apples and pears on a U-Pick basis, beginning in early September and typically running through October.  They also have cider presses available to the public so that customers can press their own cider using their apples. 

Jersey cows from Brush Creek Creamery lying down in green field

Brush Creek Creamery

Brush Creek Creamery is a small-scale artisan creamery making award-winning cheeses. They have a retail location in the Pie Safe Bakery building in Deary, Idaho.

Greg Freistat standing next to Deep Roots Farm produce stand shelter
Owner Greg Freistadt with the Deep Roots Farm produce stand at the end of Henley St. in Moscow, Idaho

Deep Roots Farm

Deep Roots Farm in Moscow, ID grows vegetables and small fruits using techniques that promote biodiversity on their farm. They use only natural methods and do not use any synthetic chemicals for raising healthy food in small spaces all in Moscow city limits. Deep Roots sells directly to customers in as well as to local restaurants.

Field of purple allium

Elk Meadow Farm & Nursery

Elk Meadow Farm & Nursery is a Bee Happy Permaculture Homestead growing flowering, fruiting, and edible plants; medicinal and culinary herbs; vegetables, fruits, and cut flowers; vines, trees, shrubs, tubers and permaculture plants; baby chicks, turkeys and ducks.

various flowers in garden

Flannigan Creek Flower Farm

This cut flower farm in Viola, ID was established in 2020 by long time gardener and Master Gardener Tammy Lewis. Selling to florists and retail, the farm offers seasonal fresh cut flowers by the bucket, the bundle, in a bouquet or by the stem. 

field with rows of vegetables and green hills
Beautiful green garden at the Genesee Valley Daoist Hermitage in springtime

Genesee Valley Daoist Hermitage

Da-Jin and Charlotte Sun’s farm has been registered organic since 2002. They grow close to 30 different vegetables, as well as 40 medicinal herbs for healing teas. They sell their produce at Moscow’s Farmer’s Market and have been selling produce, eggs, and seeds to the Moscow Food Co-op for nearly 30 years.

Ames Fowler and Delaney Piper standing in front of old barn
Ames Fowler & Delaney Piper, owners of Hands and Hearts Farm

Hands and Hearts Farm

Owned and operated by Ames Fowler & Delaney Piper, Hands and Hearts Farm seeks to provide local, farm-fresh meat, eggs, produce, and cut flowers. They do this by focusing on growing biodiversity, supporting healthy soils, and raising happy animals.

Booth at market with table of garlic, caroots, leeks and other vegetables
Living Soil Microfarms booth at the Moscow Farmers Market

Living Soil Microfarms

Living Soil Microfarms grows a diversity of produce using raised-bed intensive gardening methods.  All produce is hand grown with focus on soil fertility through natural mulches. You can buy produce through an online market www.localline.ca/living-soil-microfarm as well as purchase CSA subscriptions (available from mid-July through end October).

Marketta Ridge Farm

Marketta Ridge Farm, owned by Jake and Danielle Adams, is dedicated to sustainable farming practices and providing high quality, farm-to-table foods. They offer a wide variety of fruits (Cosmic Crisp apples & berries) , quail eggs, live quail, seasonal produce and other farm products. Additionally, they host a U-pick pumpkin patch in the Fall.

Flowers and rolling green hills

Mellifera Farm

Mellifera Farm was homesteaded in the late 1800’s and maintained as a diverse family farm for much of the next century.  Today, the farm is a special place, inspired by art and science, and dedicated to the sustainable production of cut flowers, Icelandic sheep for meat and fiber, and queen bees.

Booth with two tables full of lettuce, carrots, beets, squash and other vegetables with the Omache Farm, Pullman WA sign
Omache Farm produce stand at the Moscow Farmers Market

Omache Farm

Omache Farm provides fresh, local in-season veggies and eggs to customers on the Palouse through local farmers markets, CSAs and their Market Bucks Program. They even offer home delivery. Check out their website and find them on social media for more details.

Palouse Prairie pigs rooting and roaming in their open air pens

Palouse Prairie Farms

Owned and operated by Jen Elliott and Chance Chacon, Palouse Prairie Farms offers grass fed beef and Heritage pork. Since their beginning in 2006, they have made a strong commitment to raising high quality meat, caring for the land, and producing sustainable products that they are proud to provide for their family, friends, neighbors, and community.

mobile chicken coop in field with chickens in winter

Piney Brae Farm

Located in the beautiful Palouse region of Idaho, Piney Brae Farm offers rare ducks, chickens, and heritage turkeys as well as eggs for eating and hatching.

Basket of mixed peppers, squash and tomatoes

Pioneer Produce

Pioneer Produce is a small, sustainable farm in Whitman County, Washington. They sell fresh produce, CSA shares (members only – weekly bags during growing season), jams, soup mixes, and seasoning blends.

Bag of freshly harvested carrots

Pokey Creek Farm

Pokey Creek Farm is owned by certified organic farmers with 40 years experience growing food. They farm four acres on a mountain homestead and 5 acres of rich river bottom land located on the beautiful St. Joe River. They grow a variety of organic farm fresh produce.

ReMARKable Farms produce stand with jams and sunflowers
ReMARKable Farms booth at the Moscow Farmers Market

ReMARKable Farms

Denise and Henry Wetzel purchased a small farm in 2017. Starting a farm is something they never really intended to do but they are so happy that they have this opportunity. Now, they are helping their son, Mark, start ReMARKable Eggs, a pastured poultry egg business, so they can sell his eggs and their jams and flowers at the Moscow Farmer’s Market. 

Bottle of herb extract from Reverie Farm (Baical Skullcap)

Reverie Farm

Reverie Farm is a woman-owned and operated business in rural Idaho. Deeply invested in the slow medicine movement, all medicinal herbs are hand harvested onsite with a deep commitment to the health of the local community and ecosystem.

hands holding big bunch of yellow and purple carrots
Yellow and purple carrots

Runner Bean Ranch

We are a small all natural vegetable farm just outside of Palouse, Washington. We think good, healthy food shouldn’t be a luxury, it should be the standard.

Cattle graze with hills, mountains and trees in background
SkyLines Farm beef steers in one of their lush green pastures

SkyLines Farm

SkyLines Farm produces 100% GrassFed-GrassFinished Beef and Pastured Heritage-Breed Pork. Since 1992, owner/farmer Melissa Lines has been raising happy healthy livestock, using organic & sustainable methods that respect the animals as well as the land. Visit the farm website to get all the details on reserving beef and pork for fall delivery. 

Fresh cut basil and dill in dish
Fresh basil and dill

Smoot’s Flavor Farm

Smoot’s Flavor Farm is a small part of a larger family farm on the Palouse, specializing in culinary and tea herbs for professional chefs, fanatic foodies and experimental enthusiasts across the Inland Northwest.

Christmas trees in field with snow
Fresh basil and dill

Spring Valley Tree Farm

Spring Valley Tree Farm offers choose & cut and precut Christmas trees. During the holiday season they have a gift shop with fresh wreaths available, local crafts, and complimentary coffee, hot chocolate and cookies. See their Facebook page for hours.

Apples in orchard

Steury Orchards

Steury Orchards, located about 15 miles north of Moscow, is an apple and pear orchard emphasizing old American dessert and cider varieties and English and French cider varieties.

two black cows grazing in field with trees and hills in the background
Sunshine Creek’s Black Baldies cattle graze

Sunshine Creek Farm

Sunshine Creek Farm raises and sells Lowline Cattle and raw Palouse Honey. Their cattle are raised on 100% grass, never grain. This means they taste different because they are fed different. Their meat is all-natural. This means their cattle are only fed grass and Sunshine Creek Beef never receive any drugs like antibiotics, or chemical treatments of any sort such as hormones or conventional wormers.

Swallowtail Flowers booth at Moscow Farmers Market with lots of flowers and sign
The Swallowtail Flowers booth at the Moscow Farmers Market

Swallowtail Flowers

Owned and operated by Jodi McClory, Swallowtail Flowers offers bouquets, flower CSAs and custom flower arrangements for weddings. Find Swallowtail online and at the Moscow Farmers Market.

Elizabeth Taylor cutting produce at her farm
Elizabeth Taylor at her farm

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor has been supplying the Palouse with organic produce and flowers for over 25 years. Look for her at the Moscow Farmers Market and find her produce at the Moscow Food Co-op as well as many local restaurants.

Dog watching over beef cattle in field with trees
Guard dog watching over cattle at Texas Ridge

Texas Ridge

Texas Ridge specializes in all-natural, responsibly raised, pastured pork and grass fed beef. They sell at local farmers markets and online through their website with delivery to locations within 40 miles of Deary, Idaho.

garlic bulbs

Twin Mountain Organics

Twin Mountain Organics was first started in 1999 by Midge Presol and her son, Garrett. Although the business started in 1999, the garlic growing experience goes back decades. This certified organic farm is family owned and proudly continues to produce the best possible organic garlic in loving memory of Midge Presol. 

sleeping cow

The Viola Farm

The Viola Farm is a local farm and dairy on Four Mile Road in Viola selling primarily dairy products, eggs, and greens. Check their Facebook page to see what is available at their store. The Viola Farm is part of the Idaho Raw Milk program.

woman working in garden with new squash plant in foreground
Jenny Parker working at Wing Over Farm

Wing Over Farm

Wing Over Farm is an organic vegetable, herb and flower farm in Moscow, Idaho, owned and operated by Jenny Parker. Wing Over Farm is dedicated to sustainable farming practices and providing the community with healthy, positive food.

Want to be added to the directory?

If you would like your business to be added to the Farm Directory, please email a short paragraph about your farm, your website URL (link), and a photo with or without a caption to info@farmfoodsource.org. We will get back to you shortly.