Our first CSA delivery will be the week of June 19th!

Our members enjoy over 100 varieties of organically grown vegetables and culinary herbs in addition to recipes and weekly CSA newsletters.

CSA SHARE OPTIONS

SUMMER SHARE: 
Large: $630 (feeds 3-4)
Small: $450 (feeds 1-2)
18 weekly deliveries starting in mid June.

HEIGHT OF THE SEASON SHARE: 
Large: $384 (feeds 3-4)
Small: $304 (feeds 1-2)
8 weekly deliveries starting in early August.
This share is great for folks who just want to try a CSA for a little while and not have to commit to a whole season. Vacationing in early summer? Money a little tight? Not sure you want to get a share all season long? This share is for you!

EARLY FALL SHARE: 
One size only: $90
3 weekly deliveries starting in late October through mid November
The start date will be announced once the main season has begun. Enjoy a wide diversity of hearty winter crops like carrots, beets, turnips, rutabaga, parsnips, cabbage, winter squash, leeks, kale, chard, lettuce, arugula, dill, cilantro, potatoes, onions, shallots, and garlic. Since these crops store so well, we only offer one size. We only offer weekend delivery of the fall shares. You can pick it up at the farm, the Olympia Farmers Market, or the Tacoma Proctor Farmers Market.

LATE FALL SHARE: 
One size only: $90
3 additional weekly deliveries starting mid November through mid December.

STORAGE SHARE: 
One time delivery in late October: $75
This share will consist of 10 lbs yellow onions, 2 lbs red onions, 2 lbs cipollini onions, 2 lbs shallots, 1/2 lb garlic, 5 lbs each of 2 types of potatoes, & 15 lbs assorted winter squash. This share will be delivered the 3rd week in October at the pick-up site of your choosing. (Note: Substitutions might be made in the event of a crop failure.)

DELIVERY DAY/LOCATION: 

(Please note that both Fall Share options are only delivered to the farm, the Olympia Farmers Market, or the Tacoma Proctor Farmers Market and only on Saturdays and Sundays.)

WEDNESDAY-exact address will be given upon registration
-Eastside Olympia on Tullis Ave (near San Francisco Bakery)
-Westside Olympia -on Brawne (near Olympia Food Co-op)
-Tumwater on O’Farrell (in the Wildwood neighborhood off Capitol Blvd. near Vic’s Pizza, Olympia Coffee Roaster, and Spud’s)
-Natural Resources Building (employees only)
-Highway and Licensing Building (employees only)
-Attorney General’s Office-Tumwater (employees only)
-1500 Jefferson Olympia (employees only)
-Farm Fresh Market - Olympia
-BIIA (Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals) Chandelier Ct, Olympia. Available to the surrounding agencies as well.
-The Farm

THURSDAY
-The Olympia Farmers Market
-The Farm

SATURDAY
-The Olympia Farmers Market
-The Tacoma Proctor Farmers Market
-The Farm

SUNDAY
-The Olympia Farmers Market
-The Farm

WHAT WE GROW:

We grow a wide variety of familiar and "family friendly" vegetables and herbs. Our website and weekly newsletter offer nearly 200 recipes. We understand that folks are busy and on a budget. We want to help keep meal planning simple and make sure you get the most value out of your weekly share.

beets (red & golden)
broccoli
cabbage (red & green)
carrots (orange, yellow, & purple)
celeriac
chard
corn
cucumbers (slicer, baby, pickling, & lemon)
garlic & garlic scapes
green beans (also yellow & purple)
kale (red Russian, lacinato, & curly)
kohlrabi (purple & green)
leeks
lettuce (red leaf, green leaf, romaine, & others)
onions (sweet, yellow, red, cipollini)
parsnips
peas (shell, snow, snap)
peppers (red, green, & orange)
potatoes (yellow, red, russet, & fingerling)
pie pumpkins
rutabaga
scallions (aka green onions)
shallots
summer squash/zucchini
tomatoes (slicers & cherries)
winter squash (acorn, delicata, buttercup, butternut, & spaghetti)

HERBS:
basil
cilantro
dill
parsley
rosemary

Disclaimer: While we plan on growing all of the above mentioned crops, nature has the final say. Weather, pests, or disease issues may affect what we have to offer.  Diversity of crops and succession plantings help to ensure a pleasing mix in each weekly box.

CLICK TO VIEW SAMPLE CSA BOXES

HOW TO SIGN UP

ONLINE: Use our online sign up wizard. It’s safe and secure.

PRINT AND MAIL: Download a registration form and mail it along with your first payment.
 

PAYMENT

-We accept checks, paypal, cash, and foodstamps. Contact the farm to discuss using foodstamps. 
-You can pay all at once and save a little money or pay in monthly installments. Please keep payments ahead of the value of produce delivered and have your share paid in full by September 1st. 
-We do not send bills, so please keep track of your payment schedule.
-Barter: We occasionally trade for goods and services, so feel free to make a suggestion. I am currently looking for help creating promotional materials such as postcards, punch cards for market, brochure updates, and help jazzing up this new website (Squarespace platform.) Carpentry is also a sought after skill.