223 Cook Ave Port Townsend, WA 360-379-2434 | Meadery Open Saturdays & Sundays 12-7 | Farm Open May-Oct Wed-Sun 10-5
What's In Season
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The meadery tasting room is open
Saturdays & Sundays 12-7pm year-round!
Although the farm side is closed for the season, we are happy to open the store by appointment 360-379-2434.
Farm re-opens May 6, 2020.
What's in the Werks
NEW ART SHOW
SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS
DEC 21 - MAR 1
is a local Port Townsend
artist whose bold works capture
familiar landscapes and cityscapes whether real or imagined. [READ MORE]
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simple pleasures. relax. enjoy.
In 2019 we introduced a new product and experience at the farm. Come try our new small batch handcrafted meads!
We are located in the scenic community of Port Townsend on Washington's beautiful Olympic Peninsula.
We also raise honeybees, hens for eggs, and a conservation flock of rare, primitive British Soay sheep for their soft wool.
During summer we distill lavender for pure essential oil available at our farm store among our line of lavender products. You will also find fresh-picked seasonal fruits, unique woodcrafts, gifts and more ~ all grown and crafted at the farm.
We built Wilderbee with visitors in mind, offering a relaxing place to explore and enjoy simple pleasures. Bring a picnic. Sip some mead. Feed the sheep. Pick a bouquet. Stroll our fields and nature trails. Enjoy the day at Wilderbee.
For Everyone’s Comfort & Safety:
Watch your step, pathways may be uneven.
Avoid walking through crop rows. Use aisles.
Accompany young children at all times.
Keep dogs at home or safely in your vehicle.
Service dogs are welcome.
Thank you for not smoking.
We are committed to stewarding our land organically and aesthetically,
securing the future of rare and native
livestock breeds, and providing healthy habitat and forage to protect wildlife and natural pollinators.
Provide a relaxing place to explore and enjoy simple pleasures on the farm.
Research, experiment, and share innovative organic practices for small
Aspire to harmoniously integrate
farm life with wildlife.
Casey & Eric
Owners, Operators, Farmgeeks
To laugh often and much.
To win the respect of intelligent people. To earn the appreciation of honest critics. To appreciate beauty. To find the best in others. To leave the world a bit better; whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition. To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived.
This is to have succeeded.
~Bessie Anderson Stanley