Welcome to Blue Mountain Station!

Six small food processors, a commercial kitchen, an on-site garden,
a co-op owned market and we’re growing.

Blue Mountain Station offers you an exciting opportunity to experience food like you never have before, bringing together regional artisan food producers, local produce, art and craft vendors, a commercial kitchen and a Co-op market providing local food, products and services to grow a healthy, sustainable community!  Our 28 acre site is located next to Highway 12 right outside of Dayton, Washington.  Products made on-site in our food processing bays, produce grown on-site  in our garden, and other regional food and craft products are offered to the public through the BMS Co-op Market on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 am – 4 pm.  Click here for the latest market info.

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Food & Beverage Processing Suites Available for Lease – A new building is currently under construction at the Blue Mountain Station Food Park. This building will house four 1,500 sq ft food and/or beverage processing facilities. Each space will have 16′ wall height, 22′ ceiling center clearance and 12′ overhead doors.  Spaces will be finished to suit and will lease between $.40 to $.45 per sq ft before tenant improvements. There is an opportunity for the pre-installation of a leasable craft beer brewing system to be in place.  The Port of Columbia offers additional business support and resources as well as marketing for the entire food park. For more information click here or contact brad@portofcolumbia.org.

FOODSTOCK 2017 – Join us for Live Music, Food Trucks, a Beer & Wine Garden, a Bounce House, a Tie-Dye T-Shirt Station, multiple Art, Food & Craft Vendors and SO MUCH MORE. Remember! Make Food not War. Give Peas a Chance. For more information, click here.



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    PRODUCE – Our produce shelves spilleth over with local, early seasonal produce. Check out that list below; all supplied by local farmers between Milton-Freewater to the Tucannon and Starbuck area and points in between. Thank you to Key Family Farms, Jiminez Farms, Hayshaker Farm, Dixie Acres Farm, Hidden Gardens Farm, Smith Hollow Farmstead and Tucannon Farms & Bunkhouse for supplying local, healthy, sustainably-farmed produce for the residents of Columbia County. We need it!

    •Organic apples
    •Organic broccoli
    •Organic limes
    •Organic parsley
    •Organic bananas
    •Organic carrots
    •Organic yellow onions
    •Organic Kiwi fruit
    •Organic lemons
    •Organic dill
    •Organic celery
    •Local salad onions
    •Local herbs
    •Local spring mix
    •Local asparagus
    •Local microgreens
    •Local Swiss chard
    •Local beet greens
    •Local radishes
    •Local turnips
    •Local kale
    •Local strawberries
    •Local cherries
    •Local spinach
    •Local Walla Walla Sweet Onions

    FEATURED MARKET PRODUCTS, VENDORS & BMS Tenants •We have a new shipment of farm fresh chicken eggs from Clementine's Cackleberries.
    • Fine-Ly Made has replenished our supply of her delicious gluten-free granola.
    •Have you seen the attractive display for Bee Local Farms, our neighbors in Suite A? Their honey is dee-licious and their packaging is bee-eautiful!
    •We love the smell when Regina of Rey's Roast is roasting her beans at the food park. Come in to the market to buy a pound of freshly roasted beans or visit her Main Street shop at 242 E. Main Street in Dayton.

    DINE-IN OR TAKE-OUT- Grassroot Gourmet is at it again. This week you can find:
    •Broccoli & Cheddar Soup made with organic broccoli
    •Applewood Smoked Sausage Dogs wrapped in dough, sprinkled with cheese and baked
    •Pulled Pork sandwiches with homemade bbq sauce, corn on the cob, sunflower and pea microgreen slaw and picnic beans
    •Assorted freshly-baked breads
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