Explore Cloud Mountain Farm Center

We invite you to come explore Cloud Mountain Farm Center. We’re dedicated to building a dynamic local food community that includes both farmers and the general public. Educating gardeners and community members has always been a part of what we do. We offer workshops throughout the year, volunteer opportunitieshost an annual Fall Fruit Festival where the community can taste locally grown fruit and produce, and bring together chefs, food experts and the community through dinners focused on local, seasonal food. Gardening tips developed for our Pacific Northwest maritime climate is available any time on the website for viewing or downloading.

Tours

Cloud Mountain Farm Center is happy to give tours to groups or individuals as our availability allows. Please contact us 2-4 weeks prior to tour date, this gives us time to have staff on hand as well as insuring that we will not be doing any spraying in the fields. Cloud Mountain Farm Center is a 501©3 nonprofit and we ask you to consider making a donation at the time of the tour.

Map & Directions

From I-5 (Bellingham), take exit 255 (Mt. Baker Hwy). Follow east 8 miles, then take Hwy 9 north at second roundabout. Go 1 mile, turn right on Siper Rd. Follow Siper 1.5 miles to a T; turn right on Hopewell, then left at the stop sign onto Goodwin. We are 1/4 mile north, on the right.

Seasonal Hours

February 1 – June 30
Monday – Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday 11am-4pm
Closed May 26-27 for Memorial Day

July 1 – September 3
Friday – Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday 11am-4pm

September 4 – November 3
Wednesday – Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday 11am-4pm

November 4 – November 17
Friday- Saturday, 10am-4pm
Sunday 11am-4pm

The nursery sales yard will reopen for 2019 on Feb. 1st. We will begin shipping mid-February. Dismiss

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