In Washington, we love our food! Tucked away in the corner of the Pacific Northwest, Washington farmers grow more than 300 different crops and raise a variety of different animals. Our farmers are leaders in environmentally friendly practices, and more than 95% of our farms are owned and operated by families. This is why Washington is also home to one of the greatest culinary experiences in America. Together, our farmers and chefs are bringing the best food experiences to customers daily. Now audiences don’t have to wait until their next night out on the town to enjoy the culinary experience of Washington. The popular, Emmy® winning television show Washington Grown brings the dynamic farm-to-table experience to life every week! Washington
Visit an innovative potato farm, and enjoy pastries at Essencia Artisan Bakery in Yakima.Sustainable Vineyards
Visit Frichette Winery near Yakima and dine at Gander and Ryegrass in Spokane.It Begins with a Seed
Growing seeds is a specialty. We make Vietnamese street food at Ba Bar in Seattle.Flowers & Tulips
Eye popping visit to the tulip festival plus a visit to Flora Bakehouse in Seattle.Growing the Perfect Potato
Learn how Ice age floods impact farms today and we visit Oddfellows cafe in Seattle.
Farmers and researchers team up to move agriculture into the future through technology.How Ag Moves
Planes, trains, barges and trucks. It takes a transportation army to move Washington's agriculture goods.
Learn how one farm is teaming up dairy cows and worms for a revolutionary outcome. Visit Wooden City in Spokane and make a classic cheeseburger. Seattle chef Max Petty converts an old Jeep into a milkshake truck.Farms to Forest
Visit a Big Leaf Maple, a tree farm in Sedro Wooley, Washington and learn how maple syrup is made. Gather mushrooms in a Central Washington forest and cook wild turkey with Tony Brown at Eyvind restaurant in Spokane.Toast Washington
Washington wines and brews take center stage. We visit Arbor Crest in Spokane and learn about it's history and award winning wines. Meet malt specialist Brian Estes and learn about Washington craft malting. Visit Carillon Kitchen in Seattle.Turfgrass
See where the turf for some of your favorite sports stadiums is grown. James Beard nominee, chef Chad White cooks up delicious barbeque at TT's in Spokane. Learn about the secret of Kaosamai Thai's food truck in Seattle.100th Episode
Celebrate with Washington Grown hosts as they share favorite memories over 100 episodes-farms, restaurants, food truck and behind the scenes fun.Potato Farming
We make "skins and ins" at Mean Sandwich in Seattle. A WSU research professor is teaming up with drone technology experts to revolutionize potato farming. And, learn why Grant County may be your next vacation destination.Rising Stars
See where Washington's future agriculture leaders are cultivated and visit Oyster Bay farms where over 350 hens lay eggs in a rainbow of colors. Lefevre St. Bakery in Medical Lake, Washington makes cinnamon French toast with local berries.Environment / Innovation
See how raspberry farmers are helping to provide clean stream water. Make vegan poke with watermelon at RÜT in Spokane. Visit Carnation Farm and see how this former dairy is now a non-profit farm for a new generation of farmers.The Next Generation
Meet a new generation of farmers and hear their vision for their future. Make pretzels at Cascadia restaurant in Spokane. And we revisit season five "star student" Maya Wahl who is paying it forward by teaching students of her own.Vegetables
See how Share Farm is bringing farmers and consumers together in a new way. Cooking delicious mushrooms with Spokane chef Adam Hegsted. And see how a farm smaller than one acre can be an abundant source of food.Women in Agriculture
* NEW * (2021) Meet women playing a major role in Washington Agriculture. Rachel Taylor at Lost Peacock Creamery in Olympia. WSU research professor and female grad discuss increasing need for diversity. And, visit chef Sabrina Tinsley at Osteria La Spiga in Seattle.Livestock
See how Pure Country Pork is raising Washington premium hogs, and visit Spark Pizza in Redmond for the "Boss Hog" pizza. Meet the next generation of veterinarians as they perform ultra-sound examinations on sheep.Specialty Potatoes
Featuring Washington Potatoes this episode. We make delicious gnocchi at Woodblock, a popular restaurant in Redmond, and visit a farm growing specialty "Bintje" potatoes. Finally, see how Washington farmers giveaway thousands of pounds of potatoes during COVID crisis.
Learn how Roozen Farms grows and transports their colorful tulips across the world.Transportation & Tree Fruit
Learn how farms raise and transport apples, and your next favorite apple dish.Small Farms
Delicious collard greens that we will be cooking up at Island Soul in Seattle, Washington.Beverages & Yakima Valley
Brewmasters and Winemakers alike toast the Yakima Valley for its vineyards and hops.Aquaculture
We travel to Puget Sound where you can find some of the world’s best seafood. Also, Ivar's restaurant.Onions
Visit Castoldi Farms and see how Walla Walla River Packing transports onions across the nation!Powered by Potatoes
Running Spokane's most famous 12K, Washington potatoes fuel athletes and foodies alike!
We will learn about the small farms of Washington, from Schuh Farms to the Vets on the Farm program.Apples
We’ll make an apple pizza at Allie’s Vegan Pizza and discover lost apples varieties with the apple detective.German Potatoes
We’re celebrating Washington’s German roots. We’ll visit a Hutterite potato farm and taste some yummy German dishes at Deutschesfest.Wine
Take a trip to Walla Walla wine country to see the vineyards and wineries that are uniquely Washington.Cherries
We will see Washington cherries go fresh from the orchard all the way to becoming sweet treats at Chukar Cherries.Raspberries
We’ll see raspberries in the field, make a raspberry pie, and even try a raspberry jelly burger.Potato Exports
The world loves Washington Potatoes. Watch international chefs experiment with different potato products.