June through October // Saturday – Sundays*: 10:30 am t0 6 pm
(except for school groups by appointment)
*Mega picks scheduled for private parties through email.
From early June to the end of October, we welcome visitors to our farm to buy their weekly produce or to come meander through our fields and “u-pick” from our diverse range of sustainable-raised vegetables at u-pick prices. Summer brings with it a host of colors from the green of beans and cucumbers (slicing and pickling varieties), the reds of fresh tomatoes and peppers, and the yellows of carrots, dill and summer squash.
We pride ourselves in making everything we grow (with no pesticides or herbicides!) available for U-pick harvest and ensuring that our customers know how to harvest and cook their finds.
Plan on packing a picnic for the family to spend a few hours after harvesting for your lunch to enjoy the beauty of the Snoqualmie Valley. Its beauty and peacefulness can’t be beat!
Sorry, no dogs please.
*Special Harvesting Programs: If you’re interested in harvesting outside of our regular days and hours, you might consider joining our Soil-to-Supper program so you can harvest at your convenience. If you’re interested in bulk harvesting, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about our bulk discount prices and bulk harvesting procedures.
A Sampling of What We Grow:
Email us at email@example.com, call us at 206-719-8602, or like us on Facebook (firstlightfarm1)
to find out if the sustainably-grown vegetable you are looking for is ready to harvest.
- Beans – green and dry
- Blackberries (wild)
- Cucumbers (pickling and regular)
- Honey (thistle, blackberry, fireweed, buckwheat)
- Peppers – sweet and hot
- Pumpkins -small, medium and large jack o lantern and giant pumpkins
- Squash (Summer and Winter)
- Tomatoes – (heirlooms, slicers, paste, and cherries)
Please note: First Light Farm has bee hives in its fields. Each growing season, we deliberately plant specific plants and flowers to help feed our miniature farming partners as they do their work of pollinating crops. We also sell raw organic honey at our farm stand: blackberry, thistle, buckwheat, and fireweed. We also offer the popular knotweed honey during the fall season.