//Farms, Gardens, Markets

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.

Seasonal, Sept.-Oct.; picking and cider-making Sat.-Sun. 9 am-5 pm; picking only (no cider) Thurs.-Fri. evenings, 5:15 pm to dusk


904 W. Adams St., Garfield, WA 99130

Moscow Farmers Market

Picture a crisp sunny Saturday morning. A brass band plays in Friendship Square. You buy fresh blueberries, peaches, eggplant and corn. Handmade wooden bowls, soaps, jewelry, pottery, and rugs also tempt you. Homemade baked goods and canned preserves add to your overflowing basket. A bouquet for your dinner table; a potted plant for your deck. You understand why the Moscow Farmers Market is a not to be missed event, ever since 1977! As you stroll and talk to vendors and other shoppers, you feel as if Moscow has been your home for that long!

Saturdays May-Oct., 8 am-1 pm

Friendship Square on Main Street, Moscow, ID 83843

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.

Open year-round everyday 7:00 am-9 pm


121 East 5th Street, Moscow, ID 83843


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 12.3-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.

Open daily, dawn to dusk (office hours Mon.-Fri. 9 am-5 pm);


1040 Rodeo Drive, Moscow, ID 83843

Raspberry Festival at St. Gertrude’s

The Raspberry Festival is an annual fundraiser for the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude. Set against the beautiful background of the Monastery of St. Gertrude, Raspberry Festival attracts more than 3,000 visitors each year who come to eat, play and shop for unique, handmade crafts and gifts. First Sunday in August.

Learn more at www.MyRaspberryFestival.org.

465 Keuterville Rd Cottonwood, ID 83522