The Island Grown Agricultural Network is an informal collaborative of organizations dedicated to preserving and promoting agriculture in beautiful San Juan County, Washington.
The Island Grown Agricultural Network is your window on agriculture in San Juan County. San Juan County is renowned for its deeply rooted, island-based farm culture, as shown by the abundance of diverse and exceptional farm products, superb local foods, the pastoral beauty of fertile farmland, and a commitment to sustaining and growing a resilient and vibrant local food system.
Here you’ll find information about local farms and food establishments, ag-related events and news, farm-related organizations and agencies, a directory of restaurants featuring locally grown food, locations and times for the county’s three farmers markets, information on the three successful farm to school programs, the history of agriculture in San Juan County, a forum for farmers and chefs, and more.
Learn about the different farm cultures on each island, understand more about sustainable farming on islands, and discover the many opportunities to taste and experience the beauty and bounty of our local food and farms.
- To learn about the work of the farm-related organizations, browse the Island Grown Network sites.
- To find farm products produced, raised, or harvested in San Juan County or its surrounding waters, see the Island Grown Program or Island Grown Map.
- To talk or trade with island farmers or fisherfolk, visit the Farmer-Fisher-Chef Connection.
- To learn agriculture related events such as workshops, tastings, food demos, and farmers markets, go to the Calendar.
Join us! Consider the fun and delicious opportunities of local food and farming in the San Juans.