Bow Hill Blueberries

Heirloom Berries from the Oldest Blueberry Farm in Skagit Valley

Bow Hill is a small, 6-acre farm established in 1947 and is the oldest blueberry farm in Skagit Valley, Washington, growing certified organic blueberries and making blueberry products from heirloom blueberries picked right on the farm.

The farm is run by a small family with a huge commitment to growing, handpicking and preserving heirloom blueberries organically. Their heirloom varieties are the first blueberries to be brought in from the wild and planted in rows to be farmed. Small in size with thick, antioxidant-rich skin, these berries are the essential ingredient in Bow Hill’s award-winning Organic Heirloom products. Bow Hill farmers hand-harvest and craft all products on the farm from 4500 bushes, many of which are over 70 years old.

What’s more, the fields are a safe place for the community to eat fresh blueberries right off the bush, and the farm is a healthy and just work environment for everyone.

We're not the only ones who love them!

The Seattle Times and Food Network, Seattle Met, Grow Northwest, Edible Seattle, Skagit Valley Herald, Go Skagit, and blogs and podcasts are all fans.

Bow Hill Blueberries

Heirloom Berries from the Oldest Blueberry Farm in Skagit Valley

Bow Hill is a small, 6-acre farm established in 1947 and is the oldest blueberry farm in Skagit Valley, Washington, growing certified organic blueberries and making blueberry products from heirloom blueberries picked right on the farm.

The farm is run by a small family with a huge commitment to growing, handpicking and preserving heirloom blueberries organically. Their heirloom varieties are the first blueberries to be brought in from the wild and planted in rows to be farmed. Small in size with thick, antioxidant-rich skin, these berries are the essential ingredient in Bow Hill’s award-winning Organic Heirloom products. Bow Hill farmers hand-harvest and craft all products on the farm from 4500 bushes, many of which are over 70 years old.

What’s more, the fields are a safe place for the community to eat fresh blueberries right off the bush, and the farm is a healthy and just work environment for everyone.

We're not the only ones who love them!

The Seattle Times and Food Network, Seattle Met, Grow Northwest, Edible Seattle, Skagit Valley Herald, Go Skagit, and blogs and podcasts are all fans.