About Skagit Valley
Grower's Index

Northwest Washington is known for its rainy days, beautiful coastlines, and snow-capped mountaintops. For thousands of years, the Skagit and Samish rivers have emptied into the waters of Puget Sound, creating a small fertile delta known as the Skagit Valley. In the early 1900s, farmers began cultivating the rich soil and were rewarded with generous yields and superior quality vegetables. The Skagit Red Potato Grower's Association is made up of 10 family farms, many of whom are descendants of those early settlers. They produce some of the finest white and yellow potatoes as well as the famous Skagit red potatoes.