The farm will NOT offer a CSA in 2018.
What is Community Supported Agriculture?
A CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a partnership between farmers and their customers. Customers become a CSA member by paying for a season’s worth of produce at the beginning of the growing season. Farmers provide a portion or a ‘share’ of the farm’s produce to each CSA member each week throughout the growing season.
How Does the CSA Work?
Season: Fourth week of May through the third week of October, 22 weeks in total.
What is in a share: A Large Share or a ‘box’ contains enough vegetables for 4–6 people. A Regular Share contains enough for 2–3 people. Some members split a share or a half-share with other people. You will need to make these arrangements on your own.
When you pick up your share you will repack it into your own container. Many people use cloth bags or cardboard boxes. If you are not able to pick up your share one week, you are welcome to have a neighbor or friend pick it up for you. Shares will not be held past the set pick up times, and unclaimed shares will be donated to the food bank.
Spring Box – salad mix, baby spinach, radishes, snap peas, cilantro, shallot greens
Summer Box – broccoli, bok choi, kale, bunching onions, strawberries, summer squash, basil, green beans
Fall Box – potatoes, pumpkins, carrots, cabbage, garlic, tomatoes, storage onions, salad mix
Crop Availability Chart: Availability Chart
Visitors are welcome at the farm. Friday afternoons are the best time to visit since we will be distributing boxes at that time. However we are flexible and will welcome you for visits on other days. When visiting, please check in with a manager before touring the gardens. We can give you important information on where to and where not to walk. When you visit the farm, please be understanding if we are busy with a class and don’t have time to chat. And please leave your pets at home.
WSU Small Farm Team includes general background information on CSA’s as well as links to regional and national resources.