Three craft beverage processors, three small food processors, a commercial kitchen, an on-site garden and nursery, a co-op owned market and we’re growing.
Blue Mountain Station offers you an exciting opportunity to experience food and drink 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 & Nursery. Check out the latest news from the best source for produce in Columbia County!
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Click here to see a menu for the very special New Year’s Eve 2020 take-out meal available at the Co-op! It’s a good way to say goodbye to a year unlike any other.
Food & Beverage Processing: The Port of Columbia offers additional business support and resources as well as marketing for the entire food park. For more information, contact Jennie at 509-382-2577 or [email protected]
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BMS Commercial Kitchen
The 1,152 square foot Commercial Kitchen is available to rent by the hour for any member of the public – from Dayton, outlying neighboring communities, or the region. The Commercial Kitchen can be rented for many different purposes, occasionally or on a regular basis, whatever fits your needs.
Here are some of the identified uses of the kitchen:
- Start-up food processing businesses that need part-time facilities rather than renting a full-time processing space.
- Potential entrepreneurs that need a place to conduct product research and development.
- Local farmers that need a certified water source with which to wash their produce before selling at market.
- Community members that need a place to prepare, process, and preserve food for their own use or for sale at a farmers market or other venue.
- Caterers that need a certified kitchen to prepare food for a local event.
- Community service clubs that need certified space for food preparation.
- Food Truck Operators that need a certified food prep area.
- 4-H Groups, colleges, community groups, businesses or residents that would like to hold cooking classes or culinary demonstrations.
Please read the Kitchen Rental Process and Fee Schedule for detailed information on how to rent the kitchen.
A Commercial Kitchen User Agreement must be entered into with the Port of Columbia for all Kitchen users. (Click here to view the User Agreement documentation.)