Farm-to-Table Agritourism

Itinerary Suggested Season: Summer

Morning: Our agriculture adventure begins at Left Foot Farm a small goat farm that produces organic goat milk. We tour the farm and even get to play with the baby goats. Stop in their store on the way out to grab a half gallon of milk made right there.

Afternoon: We will then head to Wilcox Farms who sustainably raise chickens for a variety of farm fresh eggs. The 100 year-old-farm is nestled near the Nisqually River and sits in the shadow of Mount Rainier. You will enjoy touring this farm which has been a staple in the sustainable food movement.

Next we head to Cheryl the Pig Lady and Friends at her 54-acre farm tucked in the Orting Valley. Here, we will taste her naturally grown products on her free range farm. Delight in delectable, locally grown and raised meats such as cows, pigs, sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and turkeys.Produce for sale at Wild Hare Farm

Our last farm stop of the day is Wild Hare Organic Farm who grow certified organic produce such as berries and veggies. Learn about the owners, Mark and Katie, and their passion for what they do.

Evening:  We will end the day in the quaint town of Sumner at the whimsical Windmill Bistro surrounded by gardens and a local nursery. Sumner is the rhubarb pie capital of the world with a rich history in agriculture and rhubarb. We will learn about the agricultural roots of Sumner and dine on some delicious rhubarb dessert.