20% off ALL CHEESE!
Happy International Cheese Day!
Fancy cheese. Plain cheese. Cottage cheese. Stinky cheese. Mild cheese. Blue cheese. Vegan cheese. Salty cheese. Crumbly cheese. ALL CHEESE!
Both stores, while supplies last.
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Select from flowers, herbs, veggie starts, annuals, perennials, outdoor succulents, and more.
• Most of our offerings are locally grown in Whatcom or Skagit counties.
• We’re proud to carry organic flower, veggie, and herb starts from Sunseed Farm in Acme.
Our vendors include:
Sunseed Farm: organically grown veggie, flower & herb starts - grown in Whatcom County
Thompson's Greenhouse: annuals, perennials & herbs
Dirty Knees Nursery: flower & herb starts
Joe's Gardens, Bellingham: veggie, flower & herb starts
The Co-op proudly sells Sky Valley Family Farm’s pasture-raised organic duck and chicken eggs.
The fourth-generation family is unique in that all of its products are pasture based and its fields are certified organic.
Photos courtesy of Sky Valley Family Farms.
The 44-acre Sky Valley Family Farm is located 40 miles northeast of Seattle, in the whistle-stop town of Startup. The farm’s fields are certified organic and no antibiotics or chemicals are ever used in the fields, or on its pasture-raised ducks and chickens, resulting in tasty and healthful eggs.
The Sky Valley chickens and ducks have been extra busy celebrating the arrival of spring by laying lots of eggs. Due to the increased productivity, duck eggs are on sale.
Use these high-quality eggs in your next entrée, baked treat, or featured in a simple preparation that allows the freshness, quality, and flavor of authentic farm-fresh, nutritious, organic pasture-raised eggs to shine.
Chicken eggs $6.75/dozen
Duck eggs $4.69/half dozen (reg. $5.49)
50% off all citrus!
Friday - Saturday - Sunday in both stores!
Special citrus sampling noon to 3 pm Saturday in both stores.
Everyone welcome. Sale prices available to everyone. RSVP on Facebook to get sale reminders.
All day at both stores.
RSVP on our Facebook event to get a sale reminder! Don't miss this once a year event.
Kulshan Brewing Company will be in the Cordata store pouring samples and talking beer! Stop by and take advantage of the great sale on their beer.
$2 off per six-pack on the following varieties from June 27 through July 4!
Kulshan Red, Sunnyland, and Bastard Kat $8.99/six-pack (reg. $10.99)
Kulshan Lager $6.99/six-pack (reg. $8.99).
Earth Day Sale!
20% OFF all bulk items. Includes items on sale, too!
Shop the bulk aisle, plus general merchandise like bulk dishwashing and cleaning products and body care (bulk shampoos, conditions, soaps, etc.)
Reduce your consumption of unnecessary packaging and stock your pantry with healthful whole foods.
Bring your refillable containers or buy one of ours and save it for future refills.
See you on Earth Day!
At both stores—
At the Cordata store—
Co-op Talks: short informational and inspirational presentations on gardening topics featuring knowledgeable local gardeners, innovators, designers, and experts in their field. Attend one session, or join us for the entire series.
Your Delicious Habitat: The Future of Edible Landscaping in Bellingham
11:15–11:30 am with Paul Kearsley, Ecological Designer
Your yard can supplement your diet with fresh greens, herbs, and vegetables for 10 months of the year. This can save money, provide nutritious food, and create habitat for local wildlife. And harvesting these crops is often the only care they need. Learn about a few easy perennial starters and explore these ideas as they expand across entire neighborhoods.
Bokashi Compost: Turn Your Kitchen Waste Into Gardening Gold in Just Weeks
11:30–11:45 am with Nicole and Coulby Styles, Compost Masters
Bokashi is a fermentation process that is perfect for people who create kitchen waste, are short on space to compost, but still want to put their food waste to good use in the garden without much hassle.
Basics of Seed Saving
11:45 am–noon with Krista Rome, Resilient Seeds
Learn important seed-saving concepts from planning to harvest to get you started toward greater self-sufficiency and gardening resilience. Information on dry bean and grain growing in Whatcom County, the easiest doorway to seed saving, will also be available.
Consult with Master Gardeners during a midday break
No-till Mulched Gardening: Gardening to Keep your Soil Alive and Healthy
12:30–12:45 pm with Terri Wilde, Garden Educator
In the footsteps of Ruth Stout, Masanobu Fukuoka, and Dr. Elaine Ingham, we will strive to increase soil biology and maintain mycorrhizal nutrient transporting networks by using perennial food systems, plant guilds, and mulching.
Garden Planting Strategies for Self-reliance and Food Storage
12:45–1 pm with Bill Sterling, Community Organizer and Permaculturist
Bill Sterling, a local treasure and inspirational icon of self-sufficiency, will share his 50 years of expertise and experience in the pursuit of self-reliance. Bill encourages each individual to avoid conformity and follow their own instincts and ideas.
The cooler temperatures of autumn bring sweetness into the field and added flavor dimensions for which many farmers patiently wait before harvesting. Visit soon to see what’s fresh in produce this season.
Frequent visitors to the chocolate aisle may have noticed a change recently. BIJA has changed their name to K’UL and revamped their packaging. The same great chocolate with the same important mission!
This quinoa corn chowder is a great way to use up leftover roasted chicken and cooked quinoa! Use homemade chicken or vegetable stock for best results. The raw cashew butter gives the chowder a creaminess without dairy.