Nash’s Organic Produce has been providing quality food to Olympic Peninsula and Seattle customers for 40 years. As steward of 600 acres in the fertile Dungeness Valley, the farm has a deep relationship with the land. Through innovative organic farming practices, we protect precious farmland, preserve wildlife habitat, and grow delicious fruits, vegetables, grain and pork year round. Famous for sweet Dungeness root crops, especially carrots, Nash’s organic produce and flour are available at Nash’s Farm Stand in Dungeness, at the U-District Farmers Market in Seattle, and at area co-ops.
Nash’s farm strives to care for Dungeness delta soil, prevent erosion, preserve seed and heirloom varieties, and incorporate livestock into the fertility management program.
The farm also offers grain, seed, eggs from pastured hens, and pastured pork by whole or half, plus USDA-inspected pork by the cut. Nash has also been adapting open-pollinated organic vegetable seed to the local climate and soils for the past 35 years, including carrot, spinach, kale, cabbage chard, beet and cauliflower.
Visit Nash’s Farm Stand at 1865 E. Anderson Rd., open Monday-Friday, 9-5. NashsOrganicProduce.com.