Farm Stand

Explore. Learn. Connect. Shop.

Find fresh organic veggies, native plants; partner products from local farm friends, and learning opportunities. Stop by to shop & stay to enjoy and connect!

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Oxbow is a Certified Organic and Certified Salmon-Safe farm.

We operate a local CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program and food access initiatives through partnerships & gleaning programs. Learn more >>




We accept Cash, Check SNAP/EBT & all major credit and debit cards.

While you’re here, engage in several outdoor activities, and delight in the sights and sounds of nature in the Snoqualmie Valley. 


10819 Carnation-Duvall Rd NE
Carnation, WA 98014

Located in the beautiful Snoqualmie River Valley, just 25 miles from Seattle—6 min from downtown Duvall & 18 min from downtown Redmond.


You can expect to find: 

  • Organic produce
  • Native plants
  • Veggie starts
  • Flower bouquets
  • Partner products (i.e. eggs, mushrooms, jams, and honey)
  • Snacks and Sparkling Water
  • Oxbow swag (hats, picnic blankets, totes, stickers)
  • Learning opportunities (workshops, lessons, tastings, and more!)

Produce and Native Plant availability is subject to change.

Some of the delicious produce you might find this season include:

Salad Mix | Chard | Collards | Carrots | Summer Squash | Beets | Broccoli | Kale | Cucumbers | Lettuce | Cabbage | Tomatoes | Scallions | Eggplant | Radishes | Herbs | Edible Flowers | Arugula

Partner Products
Mushrooms from Mount Si Fungi & potatoes from Steel Wheel Farm

Outdoor Activities

Enjoy trails, seasonal scavenger hunts, picnics, and more during regular Farm Stand hours. No reservation required.

Eight family-friendly hiking trails loop around the grounds from our farm fields (where you can see your food growing) through riparian forests (where you can track wildlife and check off items from one of our seasonal scavenger hunts available at the farm stand), and by our kid-friendly Living Playground!

Picnic tables, located near the Farm Stand and Pergolas, are available for snacking and perching!

Gatherings & Workshops

Oxbow offers educational opportunities to grow and learn together. We have partnered with local producers, makers, teachers, vendors, artists, and creators and are proud to offer year-round opportunities to connect you with a small network of farming and environment enthusiasts. From tours and demos to food lessons and group gatherings and hikes. Get ready to get hands-on and listen, taste, sip & gather with like-minded folks. Subscribe to our newsletter, or visit our calendar page and don’t miss a date!

Adults $25 | 13 – 17-year-olds $15 | Children 12 and under FREE

Upcoming events:

“SEEDS” Growing Our Stories
Saturday, August 13 and/or Sunday, August 14, 12-2PM

Come explore your creativity through writing in a scenic, calming environment with our host, Nina Ostrovsky! SEEDS creative writing workshop has been canceled. Registered participants have been contacted and will be issued refunds. Sorry for the inconvenience this may cause.

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Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra Clinic
Saturday, September 3, 1PM 

Come learn about Jazz at the farm with the artistic director of the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, Michael Brockman. Learn more >>

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Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra Trio Performance
Sunday, September 4, 2-4PM 

Enjoy a concert at the farm and learn from musicians from the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra. Learn more >>

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Nurturing Roots Herb+Spice Workshop
Thursday, September 15, 3-4PM 

Come learn about herbs & spices as well as their many uses with our host, Nyema Clark from Nurturing Roots. Learn more >>

What else is happening at Oxbow? See our calendar to find our more >>

Flood Season

Being located in the low-lying river valley, Oxbow is subject to regular seasonal flooding from approximately November through April every year. Please note that flooding may cause unexpected site closures. Announcements will be made on our homepage and social media. Follow us on Facebook, or Instagram for updates. 

>> Learn more about farming in a floodplain