Apple Cart Fruit
Apple Cart Fruit has been owned and operated by Michael Simon since 1978. Located in Tonasket, Washington, along the Okanogan River, it is a certified organic orchard featuring multiple varieties of apples, cherries, plums, peaches, and apricots.
Filaree Fruit is a small diverse orchard located on a bench of land above the Okanogan River valley. After more than 30 years as a certified organic farm, Filaree has developed a rich living soil and large healthy trees. They currently offers more than 30 varieties of heirloom apples.
Grandpa's Home Place
Grandpa’s Home Place is a 107-year-old farm owned and operated by Jim and Sandee Freese. It was established when Jim’s grandfather moved to Pogue Flat Road near Omak, Washington, in 1910 and is one of the few pioneer farms still run by the same family. Organic Bartlett, Bosc, and D'Anjou pears, Skeena and Staccato cherries, as well as many varieties of organic/heritage apples, including Golden Russet, are grown here.
Harvesting Autumn is a 10-acre family farm owned and operated by Autumn Carroll and his daughters, Parker and Eloise. Crops include WSDA Certified Organic cherries, Donut peaches, canning and fresh eating peaches, plums, pluots, pears and table grapes. Located in Omak, WA, they sell locally off the farm and at farmers markets.
Bunny Laine Orchard
Bunny Laine Fruit is a 40-acre orchard owned and operated by David Morgan and Karen Beller. Nestled between the mountains and the Okanogan River just south of Mallot, Washington, Bunny Laine Fruit has been owned by the Beller family since 1974. Dave and Karen grow certified organic apples, peaches, and pears as well as organic blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries.