Grain Cluster

Are you a farmer growing wheat and/or various types of seeds and grains? Are you a food business using grains? The Port is working on building out a grain cluster. Please contact Jill at the Port by calling (509)-382-2577 or at jill@portofcolumbia.org. The Port is eager to work with local farmers and food entrepreneurs.

Fresh Local Fruit and Veggies

It’s that time of year when you can reap the bounty from local farms.  The Co-op has local cherries, strawberries and Walla Walla sweet onions. Stop in and take advantage of what nature has to offer!

Drop by the Station & visit

Your destination for artisan specialty foods & beverages

Experience hand-crafted foods, beverages and more. Blue Mountain Station—a Port of Columbia project—brings together regional food/beverage artisans, fresh and delicious local produce, art and craft vendors, an affordable commercial kitchen available for rent, and a co-op market.

Many products are made onsite in our food-processing suites and you’ll find other regional food and craft products in the Co-op Market & Nursery.

Whether you’re an avid foodie or a food/beverage artisan looking for space to work, drop on by the Station for a visit! Our 21-acre site is located at 700 Artisan Way, just off Highway 12 outside of Dayton, Wash., on the Walla Walla side.

And don’t miss popular seasonal events, such as Foodstock and the Oktoberfest Fall Family Festival, which feature food and drinks (of course), along with live music and fun activities for everyone. Follow Blue Mountain Station on Facebook and Instagram for more details.

 

What’s up at Blue Mountain Station?

Grain Cluster

Are you a farmer growing wheat and/or various types of seeds and grains? Are you a food business using grains? The Port is working on building out a grain cluster. Please contact Jill at the Port by calling (509)-382-2577 or at jill@portofcolumbia.org. The Port is eager to work with local farmers and food entrepreneurs.

Fresh Local Fruit and Veggies

It’s that time of year when you can reap the bounty from local farms.  The Co-op has local cherries, strawberries and Walla Walla sweet onions. Stop in and take advantage of what nature has to offer!

What’s up?

Grain Cluster

Are you a farmer growing wheat and/or various types of seeds and grains? Are you a food business using grains? The Port is working on building out a grain cluster. Please contact Jill at the Port by calling (509)-382-2577 or at jill@portofcolumbia.org. The Port is eager to work with local farmers and food entrepreneurs.

Fresh Local Fruit and Veggies

It’s that time of year when you can reap the bounty from local farms.  The Co-op has local cherries, strawberries and Walla Walla sweet onions. Stop in and take advantage of what nature has to offer!

Artisan spotlight

Red Band Cellars

Blue Mountain Station is pleased to host some of the region’s finest artisans as they share with you their passion for crafting foods and beverages.

This month, discover more about Red Band Cellars at the “See more” link below.

Flavor to savor

Dave Harvey owner and operator of Red Band Cellars has this to say "For me life boils down the three things. Family, Fishing and Making wine. Red Band Cellars is the Fait Complis of all that I love and the way I express myself".

Come visit soon!

Located in Dayton, Wash., Blue Mountain Station is just a 30-minute scenic drive northeast of Walla Walla.

Drop by to sip, snack and shop. Savor the flavor of artisan-crafted, regionally produced foods and beverages today at Blue Mountain Station. Also, be sure to visit Dayton’s nostalgic downtown.

Come visit soon!

Located in Dayton, Wash., Blue Mountain Station is just a 30-minute scenic drive northeast of Walla Walla.

Drop by to sip, snack and shop. Savor the flavor of artisan-crafted, regionally produced foods and beverages today at Blue Mountain Station. Also, be sure to visit Dayton’s nostalgic downtown.

Who’s at Blue Mountain Station?

Bring your business here

If you’re an artisan food or beverage producer searching for a place to locate your business, the Blue Mountain Station Food Park could well be your answer. There’s space to lease or build, as well as active business and marketing support from the Port of Columbia.

Bring your business here

If you’re an artisan food or beverage producer searching for a place to locate your business, the Blue Mountain Station Food Park could well be your answer. There’s space to lease or build, as well as active business and marketing support from the Port of Columbia.