Located in the uppermost Northwestern corner of Washington State, Whatcom County shares a border with Canada along the 49th Parallel. The picturesque city of Blaine, Washington is where you’ll find the international Peace Arch, built at the border crossing between the United States of America and Canada. From little towns like Ferndale, to large cities like Bellingham, Whatcom County appeals to a wide range of folks looking for a mild climate, outdoor recreation, and nature. Encompassing a large lowland delta, Whatcom County is perfect for growing things—and as it turns out—especially raspberries. Whatcom County grows 99% of Washington’s raspberries, and a staggering 85% of the entire USA raspberry harvest. That works out to 60-80 million pounds of harvested raspberries per year.
Build on your lot in
- Birch Bay
and surrounding areas throughout the county!
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