Homegrown and handmade.

Celebrating 26 years of local growers and makers in the heart of downtown Sequim.

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 Welcome to the Sequim Farmers & Artisans Market

 

The Sequim Farmers & Artisans Market (SFAM) is known for an eclectic display of over 55 local vendors, a live music series, and a full calendar of events.  SFAM provides a venue for our community to purchase locally grown, nutritious food as well as locally-crafted product. Shopping at the market ensures you are buying directly from the source, from the farmers and makers you know and trust. It is important to keep SFAM robust and viable in order to maintain this low-overhead marketplace for the health of Sequim’s small business community, now and in the future.

Special thanks to Story Crane Productions for this feature.

 

2021 Vendor Partners

Raggedy Rugs, Essence Coffee RoastersEpic SudsA Razor Edge Precision SharpeningBountiful PleasuresUlivo Pizzeria, DragonLady Handicrafts, Olympic Onion Farm, Sea Basket Farm, Sequim Bee Farm, Smoothie EssentialsStonewear ArtHurricane Hills Winery, Don’s Rocks & WoodZarit Glassworks

2021 Community Partners

Visit your market!

May 1st through October 30th
Saturdays 9 am – 3 pm
City Hall Plaza
152 W. Cedar St.
Sequim, WA 98382

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Time to give a Sequim welcome to Foggy Hog Farm 🐽 The pasture-based, regenerative agriculture ranch from Port Townsend is primarily a pork operation, but also raises cattle, poultry, and lamb. At its core, Foggy Hog Farm centers its focus on reverence for the land, its animals, and its community.Foggy Hog Farm prioritizes future generations in their management practices, working with the land to maintain its health and viability for generations to come.Foggy Hog Farm is a pasture-based, regenerative agriculture ranch from Port Townsend, that primarily focuses on pork and also raises cattle, poultry, and lamb.“What we’re doing is an old school model of farming, but in some ways, it has a lot of radical potentials. We’ve witnessed these agricultural practices through the 20th century, where corporate conglomerates buy up thousands of acres, plow them all down, and mono-crop them. Unfortunately, as lucrative as that business may be, it’s incredibly degrading to the soils and ecosystems that we all rely on for survival as a species.” ~ Anderson MackenzieThe farmers at Foggy Hog Farm work to observe the natural sequences of nature and model their practices off what has shown to be successful in the natural world.Each Saturday, Foggy Hog Farm brings a selection of farm-fresh meats. Focusing on a variety of bacon (natural, pepper cured, and jowl) as well as a range of sausage varieties (chorizo, bratwurst, andouille, breakfast link, and sweet Italian).Market guests can look forward to a featured cut each Saturday.“One week you’ll show up and we’ll be doing pork chops, the next we’ll be doing pork sirloin steaks, tenderloin, or roast!” Anderson says.Check out the market’s weekly column in The Sequim Gazette to learn all about the process behind this exciting new presence in Clallam County.🗞 www.sequimgazette.com/business/whats-happening-at-the-market-the-nourishing-world-of-foggy-hog-farm/ ...
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