Grown on San Juan Island


locally made
Cultivating from the land and sea, San Juan Island boasts a range of farms, markets, and growers that showcase the bounty of local flavors and life.
Amaro Farm
The Amaro family purchased the farm from the family that homesteaded it. Since that time the family has been working tirelessly to restore and preserve its presence. As the second-ever family to take ownership of this special piece of San Juan history, their goal is to educate, raise awareness, and involve the community in the importance of small town, sustainable agriculture.
The beautiful Brickworks Events Center is the result of a major community initiative by the San Juan Islands Agricultural Guild to re-purpose an historic local property. Brickworks provides a community gathering place for a variety of local food-based, educational and cultural activities and events.
Krystal Acres Alpaca Farm
Stop by the farm and enjoy the pastoral island views dotted with alpacas grazing. Take a stroll in the alleys between the pastures and learn a bit about these gentle animals, and how they are the most eco friendly farm animal in the world. Afterwards, visit store and shop for knitwear, home goods, toys and gifts made from the finest alpaca, one of the softest, most sustainable, cruelty-free, environmentally friendly fibers on the planet.
Pelindaba Lavender Farm
Walk through lavendar fields, explore the handcrafted products, take a craft workshop, or go home with your own lavender plants and bouquets.
San Juan Island Sea Salt
At San Juan Island Sea Salt, they make delicious, mineral-rich finishing sea salt using only solar evaporation. Local sea salt never tasted so good!


Right outside our front door you can experience the best boutique shopping, catch a movie or play, kayak around the island, set off on a whale-watching excursion, and more.
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