Hama Hama is a fifth generation family-run shellfish farm on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula where all their
oysters are raised at the mouth of one of the shortest, coldest, and least developed rivers in Washington State.
That fresh water purity is reflected in the clean and crisp flavor of the oysters located at the mouth of the Hama Hama River.
Taylor Shellfish has multiple farms in Washington State areas along the South Puget Sound, Hood Canal, Samish Bay and Willapa Bay.
Each of which have their own distinct conditions, providing their shellfish to have characteristics that make them unique in flavor and appearance.
In the heart of the Hood Canal in Washington State lies a hidden gem of Chelsea Farms. Eld Inlet is home to this family operated
“boutique oyster farm” and they harvest world class oysters from their tide flats. Family owned since 1987, the Lentz’s have always practiced
organic sustainable farming with an environmental obligation to the South Sound and Pacific Northwest as a whole.