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Big Canyon Acres

Built on the site of an original homestead orchard, Big Canyon Acres was lovingly brought back to life by Susan and Ron Jacobson starting in 2018. Now an event venue in addition to an orchard, the farm maintains its historical roots with heritage apple varieties dating back to the 19th century. A family-run operation, the farm grows several varieties of fruits and nuts, which are sold and also processed into juices and other treats.

The event venue hosts many weddings throughout the year, offering eight unique outdoor settings and one large indoor timber-frame barn that accommodate 300 people. Outdoor events can accommodate up to 1000. Big Canyon Acres also offers farm-to-table meals, special concerts and other pop-up family events.

Visit on Memorial Day weekend for the Idaho Fest of the West, celebrating western heritage. In October, look for the Big Canyon Acres Fall Festival, featuring fall favorites like fresh pressed apple cider, a pumpkin patch and local artisans. Camp or stay in Airbnb accommodations onsite.

39754 Peanuts Lane, Peck, ID 83545

Call (208) 486-6211
Email bigcanyonacres@gmail.com
Find them on Facebook and Instagram

Bishops’ Orchard

No dog-and-pony show here, but a real, working orchard where visitors enjoy the pleasures of picking fruit, making cider and simply relaxing among the autumn bounty. Local honey is also available. Wander the u-pick orchard to partake of over ten different apple varieties, pears, and prunes—fill a bag or box and sample straight from the tree. An orchard outing is good fun for the entire family.

Where & When
904 W. Adams St., Garfield, WA 99130
Seasonal, Sept.-Oct.; picking and cider-making Sat.-Sun. 9-5; picking only (no cider) Thurs.-Fri. 3 – 6

Call 509.635.1551
Email bishopsorchard@completebbs.com

Blue Mountain Station Co-op Market & Nursery

Blue Mountain Station Co-op Market & Nursery features locally grown produce, organic & sustainable meats, eggs and seafood, locally milled flour, homemade bread, and many organic and gluten free options for specialty baking and cooking. They also have wonderful artisanal soaps, lotions, artwork, and many other products. Lunch is served daily using great ingredients from the Co-op, and edible, annual, and perennial plants are available in season at the greenhouse.

Where and When
700 Artisan way, Suite F, Dayton, WA 99328
Tuesday 10am-4pm
Wednesday-Saturday 10am-5pm

Call 509.731.3746
Email bmscoopmarket@gmail.com
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Bluebird Forest Garden

Garden produce, seeds, dried herbs and mushrooms, nursery plants, all available for curbside pickup, delivery, or at the Orofino Farmer’s market. Custom, solid wood wedding rings, made without glues or finishes. Wilderness hiking and wildcrafting adventures—find mushrooms, berries and wild greens while learning about the local ecology.

Online purchasing, curbside pickup and home delivery available.

Where & When
Orofino, ID 83544
By appointment

Call 208.476.9217
Email bluebirdforestgarden@gmail.com
Find them on Facebook

Deep Roots Farm

Deep Roots Farm is owned and operated by Greg Freistadt and Marci Miller. They have been growing on the Palouse since 2009 using methods that promote biodiversity. Certified Naturally Grown (https://certified.naturallygrown.org/).

Deep Roots’ farming philosophy: “We seek to regenerate the soil that enables our growing while respecting its natural processes. We do not use Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). We support the propagation of heirloom varieties whenever we can. Our management practices build vigorous, complex communities of plants, animals, microorganisms, insects, and people without chemicals.”

Where and When
The farm stand at 225 E Henley St Moscow is open 7 days a week 9am- dusk in season,
Moscow Farmers Market when in season and through their CSA program

Email deeproots.csa@gmail.com
Find them on Facebook and Instagram

Furry Tale Mercantile

Furry Tale Mercantile is a gift shop with old, new and everything in between including their signature handmade goat milk soap, and books, art and handmade goods by local authors, artists and crafters. Enjoy the garden area filled with flowers and veggie starts in the Spring and Summer, and pumpkins and harvest decor in the Fall.

Where and When
609 E Main St., Kendrick, ID 83537
Wednesday – Friday 10 – 5
Saturday 10 – 3

Call 208.289.3156
Email furrytalemercantile@gmail.com
Find them on Facebook

Grazing Hills Alpaca Ranch

Grazing Hills Alpacas is a family owned and operated Ranch in Viola, Idaho, that began the alpaca adventure in 1993.

The DeWinkles are now the 3rd generation to own the Ranch. They specialize in breeding and raising alpacas, and love to help mentor others as they start their own alpaca herd. They also raise cows, pigs, and Golden Retrievers

Just 15 minutes north of Moscow, Grazing Hills Alpacas sit up on top of the rolling hills of the Palouse on over 30 acres. It’s a family-friendly experience and a wonderful introduction into farm life, with a little bit of everything!

The Ranch also offers a cozy B&B stay in the barn. You can book the B&B through http://www.airbnb.com/h/grazinghillsranch or by visiting their Ranch website. The online store offers a variety of their alpacas yarn, clothing, and other assorted alpaca goods. Have your orders shipped to you, pick up at the ranch, or home delivery available.

Grazing Hills Alpacas
1042 Four Mile Rd
Viola ID 83872


Where and When
1042 Four Mile Rd, Viola, ID 83872
Farm tours are just $5 per adult, children are free. Field trips and other groups are also welcome to book a tour. Open by appointment only—you can visit the website or Facebook page to book a tour

Call 208.882.8307
Email grazinghillsalpacas@yahoo.com
Find them on Facebook and Instagram


Latah Farmers Market

Established in 2021, the Latah Farmers Market is known in the community as the “friendly farmers market.” Visitors encounter fresh food, smiling faces, and live entertainment as they shop for locally grown fruits and vegetables, baked goods, ready-to-eat food and beverage, meat, eggs, handcrafted soaps, jewelry, fine art, crafts and more, all produced exclusively in Latah County and surrounding counties.

Independently organized and operated by area growers, producers and artisans, the Latah Farmers Market meets each Saturday morning at the Troy City Park from June to October. Everyone is welcome, as both the park and the market are family and pet friendly with paved ADA-accessible parking.

Where & When
Troy City Park, 100 State Highway 8, Troy, ID
9 am -1 pm every Saturday, June through October

Email latahfarmersmarket@hotmail.com
Find them on Facebook and Instagram

Moscow Farmers Market

Established in the summer of 1976, the Moscow Farmers Market is the premier Saturday community event on the Palouse. Residents and visitors can find local and regional agricultural products, distinctive handmade goods, artisan pieces, and original-recipe cuisine. Live performances, children’s programming, and special event programs add to the lively and inclusive atmosphere. Visit to see what makes this Farmers Market one of the top twenty-five nationally recognized markets in the U.S.! The Market is a pet-, nicotine-, and solicitation-free event; ADA service dogs welcome.

Where & When
Main Street between Sixth Street and Third Street, including portions of Fourth & Fifth Streets
May through October, Saturdays 8am-1pm, rain or shine

Call 208.883.7132
Email farmersmarket@ci.moscow.id.us
Find us on FacebookInstagramTrip Advisor, & Visit Idaho

Moscow Food Co-op

An ethical and sustainable grocery store for residents and visitors, the Co-op carefully selects organic and/or locally produced products. It also offers classes, group activities, events, an art gallery and a Friday fish market. Part grocery store, part coffee shop and deli, part meeting place. The Co-op is a Moscow institution.

Where & when
121 East 5th Street, Moscow, ID 83843
Open year-round every day 7:00 am-9:00 pm

Tel: 208.882.8537
Email: info@moscowfood.coop
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One Sky One Earth Farmers Market

The One Sky One Earth Food Coalition in Plummer, Idaho is working to influence healthier lives and lifestyles on the Coeur d’Alene tribal reservation through food, including a weekly farmers market where art, food and eating well is celebrated.  

Where & When
Hwy 95 on the county lot next to the Gateway Cafe
Thursday afternoons – First full week of June through September

Call 208.686.1716
Email clockard@uidaho.edu
Find them on Facebook 

Orofino Farmers Market

Join the good folks of Orofino every Tuesday for the best in local produce, crafts, food, art, & music.

Where & When
Riverside in the Park
101 Michigan Ave, Orofino, ID
Every Tuesday 3pm-7pm

Thursday Downtown Market Party & More
Johnson Ave, Orofino, ID
Every 3rd Thursday 3pm-7pm

Call 208.352.3212
Email orofinofarmersmarket@gmail.com
Find them on Facebook

Palouse Harvest Soaps

Palouse Harvest Soaps is an Endicott-based Artisan Soap Making business. All of their soaps are plant based, with no animal products used, are gorgeous colors, and have wonderful names like Midnight Walk in the Snow, Raspberry Confetti, and How Do You Like Them Apples!  Their soaps can be purchased at the Route 26 Vintage Market in Colfax or directly through Facebook.

To purchase items go to the photo album “Available for Purchase” to see what is currently available. Full descriptions of each available soap and soap collections as well as prices are listed with each item. Simply message them with your contact info and the soaps you want and they will send a bill to you via email. You may also call or text them to place an order over the phone.

Most orders go out the next day!

Where and When
Visit the e-store 24 hours a day
Call between 7am and 9pm

Call or text 509-549-3030
Email PHS@pionnet.com
Find them on Facebook

Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute Nature Center

Art, nature and sustainability intersect at the PCEI Nature Center. Artistic features such as outdoor sculpture are incorporated into the landscape of the 26.2-acre grounds. Visitors can watch the sun set over Moscow from the timber-frame Artist Studio, discover PCEI’s wetlands with young nature explorers, and look for animal tracks and mosaics along the accessible pathways. Wander and explore on your own, or schedule a guided tour.

Where & When
1040 Rodeo Drive, Moscow, ID 83843
Open daily, dawn to dusk (office hours Mon.-Fri. 9 am-5 pm)

Call 208.882.1444
Email info@pcei.org
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Pioneer Produce & Pantry

Pioneer Produce is a small, naturally grown produce farm, located at the base of Kamiak Butte in Whitman County, Washington. While most of the produce from the farm is distributed to CSA members and the local Food Pantries, their seasoning and herb blends, soup mixes, and preserves, made with ingredients either grown on the farm, in Whitman County, or in the greater Pacific NW region are available to the public. These products are sold online, on the farm, and here and there in the Pullman/Palouse area.

Where & When
12431 SR 27, Palouse, WA.
Open year round on Saturday, Sunday and Monday during daylight hours, or by arrangement.

Call 509.595.5231
Email Peggy at springroots57@gmail.com
Find them on Facebook

Potlatch Idaho Farmers Market

Come and be a part of the Potlatch, Idaho, community at this exciting farmers market! Grab a coffee treat and stroll through the booths of seasonal produce, fresh breads, local photography and handcrafted goods. Sit down to enjoy live music, have a bite to eat and visit with friends, old and new.

Where & When
Near the Historic WI&M Depot, 185 6th St, Potlatch, ID
Wednesdays, June through September, from 4pm to 7pm

Email info@potlatchmarket.com
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Taylor Dennler Gardens

Polly says her gardening operation is more than a business – “it’s a vocation, a passion, a wonderful obsession!”

Taylor Dennler wreaths are made from all things grown in the garden and field and are breathtaking sellouts as soon as they are made. Polly’s fall Pumpkin, Squash and Gourd sale at the farm is something people wait for all year – if you’ve never been to the annual sale, you must go!  It’s a chance for a day trip on the less traveled back roads of the Palouse to the Dennler Farm for a one of a kind experience that includes unique, creative displays including over 200 varieties of pumpkins, squash, and gourds, wreaths made of all natural materials and a display garden with gourd tunnel, pathway and seasonal artistic creations. It truly is where art meets the land!

Where & When
1041 Dennler Loop Juliaetta, ID 83535
Late Summer – Fall.  Check Facebook for sale dates

Call 208.790.4583
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University of Idaho Arboretum & Botanical Garden

The Arboretum is a local favorite for portrait photography and walking meandering trails among some of the Inland Pacific Northwest’s most magnificent plant and tree species. This outdoor museum is maintained for the acquisition and proper curation of a living collection of native and introduced plants that are grown in the Inland Pacific Northwest. This is a truly restful and beautiful place.  Note: Dogs and other pets are not allowed in the Arboretum.

Where & When
1200 West Palouse River Drive, Moscow, ID. Year round, dawn to dusk

Email arboretum@uidaho.edu

Wing Over Farm

Wing Over Farm is a woman owned, 1 acre organic vegetable farm within Moscow city limits! The farm features an on site farm store where you can purchase seasonal produce, fruit, locally roasted coffee, duck and chicken eggs. Feel free to wander and see the farm when you go.

Where & When
911 North Mountain View Road, Moscow, ID 83843
The store is open April—November , dawn to dusk.

Online purchasing and online ordering for farm pickup available. Community supported agriculture (CSA) shares also available with weekly pick-ups in Moscow. Look for them at the Moscow Farmers Market, too!

Call 336.420.4079
Find them on Instagram

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