Become a Washivore

Wash∙i∙vore ('wäsh ə vōr)
noun, Wash – referring to Washington State; vor – from the Latin “to eat”

Did You Know?

Washington grows over 300 different kinds of fruits, vegetables and seeds. That's more than any other state except California. 95% of Washington farms are family owned.

Here’s what Washivore is all about

Each month, we will profile a fruit, vegetable (or sometimes decorative plant) that’s in season. Our goal is help you get to know the magnificent fruits and vegetables grown in this beautiful state of ours and learn more about our farm families along the way.

Help us celebrate Washington through your taste buds and camera lens.

Join the conversation by sending us your delicious recipes and beautiful photos that highlight the great agricultural products of Washington.

Profiled This Month