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Martin Family Orchards began in 1986 with three acres of Red-Gold nectarines when Rick and Terri Martin purchased a piece of land in Cashmere, WA, to build the family home.

Rick and his father began taking nectarines to Pike Place Market and making deliveries to a few grocery stores in the Puget Sound region in the summer of 1986. Rick and Terri enjoyed the interaction with consumers that Pike Place and other local farmers markets provided, as opposed to sending all their fruit to a big warehouse.

Falling in love with being orchardists, in 1988 Rick and Terri bought a ten acre apple and pear orchard just down the road, and a two acre apricot orchard in East Wenatchee. Rick spent his winters building homes in the Wenatchee valley and his summers tending to his orchards and delivering fruit to Western Washington.

In 1993, a large orchard in Orondo, about 25 miles East of Cashmere, went on the market. Rick and Terri found their chance to become full time farmers. In 1994, they bought the Orondo orchard with  multiple varieties of cherries, peaches, nectarines and apples.

Rick and Terri subsequently bought a neighboring orchard and a piece of rocky land filled with sage brush on the east side of the original orchard. It took a couple years to clear the rock and flatten the eleven acres of land but it is now the home of two beautiful blocks of cherry and a five acre parcel of Red-Haven peaches. Rick’s carpentry skills also came in handy to build an 8,000 sq foot warehouse including two coolers, a loading dock and packing shed.

Today Martin Family Orchards has over ninety acres of Bing and Rainier cherries, six varieties of peaches, Red-Gold and Independent Nectarines, Perfection apricots, Bartlett and D’Anjou pears, Gala and Fuji apples, and a variety of tomatoes, squash, and peppers. They deliver fruit to over forty Thriftway and Red Apple stores across the state of Washington as well as selling at more than 50 farmers markets each week.

Martin Family Orchards is a family run business with all three of Rick and Terri’s sons involved in day to day operations. The fruit isn't picked until it’s ready to eat fresh off the tree. This makes a huge difference in the flavor and texture of the fruit. Their goal is to provide families in Washington with the highest quality, tree-ripened fruit they have ever tasted.

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Show your support for the market by displaying a Duvall Farmers Market yard sign. Especially appreciated if you live on a well travelled street. Stop by the info booth at the market to request one.

Music at the Market

Music this week Spanish guitar performed by Robbie Egelstad.

Music partially sponsored by Duvall Foundation for the Arts.

Market Logo Bags

Stop in the Market Info Booth and pick up your Market Logo Tote for an $8 donation.
Fold the large tote into the small attached pouch and hook it onto your keys, purse or belt loop.

Vendors June 23


Ayala Farm

Seasonal vegetables & fruits

Blue Dog Farm

Local blueberries

Cha New Life Gardens

Seasonal vegetables, fruits & flowers

Hayton Berry Farm 

Blueberries, Marionberries, Golden Raspberries, Raspberries, Blackberries

Martin Family Orchards

Seasonal Tree Fruit: Peaches, Plums, Pluots, Apples, fruit spreads &  cider

Rainy Sunday Ranch

Seasonal vegetables, Herbs, tomatoes, melons, blueberries, Strawberries, plums apples, Dahlias

Raven Farm & River Willow Farm

Seasonal vegetables & plant starts


Falling River Meats

Pork roasts, loin chops, sausage, bacon, and Beef


CH Wool

Wool yarns, wool rugs & wool products

Pete's Sharpening

Hand turned bowls, vases and pen's. Knives, scissors, pruners, loppers chisels etc. sharpened.

Duvall Handmade

2 different local artisans each week 


Georgia's Bakery

Full array of baked goods


314 Pie

Australian-style savory and sweet pies

Cremazen Coffee Roasting

Coffee Samples and bagged Coffee

Pompeii Wood Fired Pizza

Wood-fired thin-crust pizza with choice of toppings


Cedar Ridge Winery

Small lot bottled wine. Wine tasting is offered this year. 

Duvall Farmers Market Accepts
Debit, Credit & EBT

Please come to the Info Booth to scan your cards.

Fresh Bucks, FMNP WIC & SR
Matching Programs

Duvall Farmers Market will match the first $10 of EBT and up to 2 FMNP WIC or Senior vouchers each Market day. Please come to the Info Booth to receive your cards to purchase fresh produce.
Thank you to our generous anonymous donors for supporting this program.

As A Courtesy to our Neighboring Businesses:

Please use the designated Farmers Market parking in the lot by the old Union Bank building or parking available on the surface streets. ATM available at the Chevron station for cash.
Duvall Farmers Market appreciates support from the following local businesses:


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Our mailing address is:
P.O. Box 219, PMB 190
Duvall, WA 98019

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