About Us……

photo of the Farmstand's new signChimacum Corner Farmstand is a small rural grocery featuring “FOOD FROM HERE” – scrumptious food grown or produced in the mountain rimmed fertile valleys of Washington State’s NE Olympic Peninsula.  We opened our doors in November, 2010 off-season during a deep recession.  By selling the finest local goods, our “farmstand” hopes to support our agricultural economy while providing our neighbors with the best in health, community, and eating pleasure.

Our Mission:

  • To sell local food whenever possible so as to celebrate and support our fantastic farming community.
  • To augment our local food selection with an array of staples and quality organic goods so that those in our community can shop close to home.
  • To put our customers first and to grow as we learn their needs.
  • To promote through education the benefits of sustainable farming and the joy and health of eating “real” food in season.
  • To build community and local economic opportunities in ways that are apolitical and welcoming to all.
  • To provide a great work environment, learn lots, have fun, and last, but not least, to eat well!


Our Staff:

group photo of the Farmstand staff


  • Rob Story – General Manager
  • John Foss – Facilities
  • Tassie Mardikes – Assistant Retail Manager
  • Heidi Eisenhour – “Forager”
  • Jesse Olsen – Tech support
  • Malcolm Dorn, Phil Vogelzang, and Katy McCoy – Owners
  • Jo, Ellen, Brianne, and Erin – Our Wonderful Checkers

Our Press:

We make it into the Galloping Gourmet’s (Graham Kerr’s) blog – 11/01/11

“Building Back our Agricultural Community” by Katy McCoy, Port Townsend Leader, 9/14/11

Farm Stand Celebrates “Interdependence” by Nicholas Johnson of the PT Leader, 6/29/11

“Donation Seed for Community Garden” by Jennifer Jackson, Peninsula Daily News 4/12/11

“Chimacum Corner Farmstand Aims to Restore Valley’s Rich Heritage” by Steve Patch of the Port Townsend Leader, 2/10/11

“Farmers Market Springs up in New Place in Chimacum” by Jennifer Jackson of the Peninsula Daily News, 5/16/10