Things Made Locally
| Almquist Old Time Pottery
Agnes & John Almquist
John and Agnes Almquist have been making and selling pottery in Winthrop
since 1974. Simple and useful, great prices.
Handmade cycles in Winthrop, Washington
|Gardner Gardens Beeswax Skincream
Dave & Marilyn Sabold
Beeswax Skincream is made using
all natural ingredients: beeswax, almond
& coconut oils, vitamin E, & propolis.
|Glassworks of Winthrop
Garth produces a unusually wide variety of glass pieces in his Winthrop studio, ranging from traditional forms to more contemporary styles.
|Jerry Cole Woodworking
Custom cabinets, furniture, doors and more.
|Jim Neupert Pottery
Functional Pottery in natural themes.
|Lost River Winery
26 Hwy 20
Winthrop, WA 98862
The Lost River Winery is a boutique family owned winery that was started in 2002 in Mazama, Washington in the upper Methow Valley. Get Lost in the tasting room.
This quarterly Journal is a voice for nature, and a window into the intricate natural world of the Methow Valley in north-central Washington, the Cascade Mountains, and the into the larger bio-geo-chemical web of the living Earth.
|Methow Time Duct Tape Wallets
Many different cool designs to choose from. All wallets have 4 card pockets and a main billfold pocket. Handmade in Winthrop.
Molly's Soaps have a base of saponified olive, palm & coconut oils, with water from a spring on her property. A few varieties are unscented but most are carefully scented with essential or fragrance oils, pleasing scents without being overwhelming. Never tested on animals, recycled paper packaging.
|Ouzel Glassworks Gallery
227 Wolf Creek Road
Ouzel Glassworks is located at Laura's Studio. She offers handblown glass from out of the fire. Objects of beauty for our homes and our lives.
| Texas Creek Hot Sauce
33 Old Carlton Rd
All our products are made by hand in small batches in our certified kitchen to ensure quality and consistency. Check out their website -
your online source for delicious, spicy, and some not-so-spicy premium hot sauces, dips, glazes and spice mixes.
|Winthrop Wood Works
Custom Cabinets & Furniture
Things Grown and Raised Locally
Skip, Betsy, & Casey Smith
19100 Hwy 20 Winthrop, WA 98862
The Smith family raises natural grass-fed lamb and pastured farm fresh eggs. They also sell wool blankets made from the wool of our sheep. Their goal is to raise their animals humanely and deliver a natural, wholesome food product while sustaining and improving the land. Their products are available direct from the farm.
Please call for appointment.
| Bluebird Grain Farms
Brooke and Sam Lucy
PO Box 1082, Winthrop
Bluebird Grains specializes in the growing, processing, and direct selling of certified organic grains, fresh milled flour, and other dry products. Their goal is to promote a healthy ecosystem that invites holistic farm practices and reconnects people with nutritious food.
|Booth Canyon Orchard
Stina Booth & John Richardson
391 Twisp-Carlton Rd
Booth Canyon Orchard has 8 acres of certified organic fruit trees on the Twisp-Carlton Rd. They grow 25 different varieties of apples, 10 varieties of pears, and raspberries, apricots, and cherries. The fruit is available directly from the farm, Glover Street Market, Up Valley CSA and the Mazama Farmers Market. They welcome farm visitors; please call in advance.
Caramelize Life is dedicated to Making Life a Little Sweeter Through Food, Travel and Community by highlighting the authentic aspects in life that make memories stick and life extraordinary. We are a lifestyle and photography blog that features scrumptious recipes, engaging stories and whenever possible singing the praises of our phenomenal community near and far.
| Chewack River Ranch
Don & Chris Lundgren & family
588 E Chewuch Rd, Winthrop
Their family cattle ranch is located north of Winthrop and bordering the Chewack River. Their cattle are raised naturally, grazing out on the hills all summer and then brought down to the ranch in October where they are fed hay for the winter. Their breed of cattle is the Charolais, which produces a naturally lean beef. They also sell paint and quarter horses.
55 Mundy Rd and 80 Poorman Crk Cut-off Rd Twisp
The Christiansons raise naturally-grown (no antibiotics or hormones) free range (grass-fed) beef and are 4th generation Okanogan County ranchers. Their goal is to market natural, local products, to sustain agriculture and productive open spaces in the Methow valley and to support a local economy and lifestyle in harmony with nature that feeds people. Visitors welcome anytime-call or just stop by.
| Crown "S" Ranch
& Jennifer Argraves
7 Twin Lakes Road (across from the elementary school)
Farm Store Hours: Friday – Sunday 9am-6pm
Sukovaty family raises grass-fed cattle, pigs, sheep, laying hens, chickens and turkeys on Certified Organic pastures. They offer CSA shares of beef, pork, lamb, chickens and eggs. They provide their animals with an abundance of lush green grass on rotated organic pastures, with plenty of clean water, sunshine, and fresh air. They use no hormones, steroids, pesticides, genetically-modified feeds, or unhealthy grains.
Dana has been growing organic produce in the Methow for over 20 years. Look for his greens and vegetable produce at the Methow Valley Farmer’s Market every Saturday in the summer
Dharma Farms sells plant starts
at the Methow Valley Farmer's market each year.
Sam Thrasher & Paul Soodak
Sam & Paul use draft horses for plowing, planting, cultivating and harvesting. Hay and grain goes to the horses and milk cow. The milk cow gives a calf and milk. Some milk goes to the pigs and chickens. The manure goes back into the fields. They use crop rotation and cover cropping to nourish the soil – no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides..
Doubletree Farm sells vegetables, eggs, beef and pork. They have a booth at the Methow Valley Farmer’s Market in Twisp, and people can sign up to purchase winter vegetables.
|Hanna's Intercity Garden
218 N Glover St, Twisp
Hanna has developed a complete line of herbal vinegars and seasonings to add zip to your meals. She also gives classes, makes herbal wreaths and gift packs. Tours Tuesday and Thursday 10-5 and Saturday 2-5. Call for reservation. She also makes juice each week at the Methow Valley Farmer's Market and brings herb seasonings and vinegars and hand-made
Annie & Michael Utigard
offers garden starts, nursery plants and fresh produce for sale at farmers’ markets in the valley.
You can find King’s Garden at the Twisp Market on Saturday, the Winthrop Artisan Market on Sunday and starting in July, the Mazama Market on Wednesday.
|Larkhaven Farmstead Cheeses
Clare Paris & Sam Howell
Larkhaven Farm comes to the MV Farmer's Market in Twisp. They offer cheeses made from goat's milk and from
sheep's milk and from combined goat and sheep milk. The cheeses
are aged on the farm for at least 60 days, often longer.
| McFarland Creek Lamb Ranch
Katie Haven & Bill Tackman
137 McFarland Creek Road
Methow, WA 98834
McFarland Creek Lamb Ranch is a small farm located in the south end of the Methow Valley. They sell meat and wool products including individual fleeces, spun yarn, roving and batting. Their philosophy is to practice sustainability and use resources in the most efficient and responsible way possible.
Rob & Heidi Crandall
19 Aspen Lane
Methow Natives is a nursery specializing in the propagation of plants native to the Methow Valley.
| Methow Valley Ciderhouse
28 WA HWY 20,
Winthrop, WA 98862
The Methow Valley Ciderhouse has moved into its new beautiful location next to the ball field in Winthrop! Serving up award winning ciders, now also with full meals. Local made custom brats as well as sandwiches, soups, and salads. Outdoor dining and live music on weekends. Refreshing your adventure since 2010!
|Pure Vida Apples
Richard & Jocelyn Murray
Specializing in the best of the new varieties and the oldtime favorites. Their tree-ripened organic apples are available at the Methow Valley Farmers' Market and by phone.
Rick & Marilyn Lynn
Rama Farm grows organic apricots, peaches, nectarines & grapes. Look for them at the Methow Valley Farmer's Market in Twisp. Their nectarines are out of this world.
The Rubios grow lots of different fruit and vegetable varieties. Look for them at the Methow Valley Farmer's Market in Twisp. Their melons are superb.
|Six Knot Cider
Sinclair Orchards & Ciderhouse
PO Box 906 Twisp, WA 98856
The orchard and cidery rest between Mount McClure and the banks of the Methow River near Twisp, Washington. They only press certified organic Washington apples, selected from their trees and other local orchards.
Dennis & Mallory Carlton
23090 Highway 20
4th generation organic farmers (non-certified) who raise lots of fruit and vegetable varieties in Okanogan which they sell at the Methow Valley Farmer's Market in Twisp and at a fruit stand located near Methow Cycle & Sport in Winthrop. Look for their awesome donut peaches.
| Sunny Pine Farm
932A Twisp River Rd, Twisp
Sunny Pine Farm is a cooperative community creating an inspired livelihood based on ecologically-conscious farming. In addition to growing high-quality produce and essential oils, we are committed to ongoing learning, self-healing, honest communication, service to humanity and joy of living. U-pick raspberries, lavender and vegetables.
Watershine Woods & Christine Deveraux
Yondar Farm is Washington State’s 100th official organic farm, certified in 1977.
They have an Okanogan Valley greenhouse full of garden starts which they bring to the Methow Valley Farmer's Market in the spring.
|Wild Hearts Nursery
809 Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Rd
They carry extensive variety of plants suited for the challenging climate of the Methow Valley, Chelan, and Okanogan County. Nearly all of the perennials, shrubs and trees they sell are hardy to USDA zone 4 (-30).
| Looking for Local Artists?
For a comprehensive list of Artists in the Methow community visit The Confluence Gallery website https://www.confluencegallery.org/artists/call-to-artists-gift-shop