Skagit CSA

For us, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a relationship with our farm, and food grown personally and with integrity. It is a commitment to eating well, experiencing a farm first hand, learning what’s in season, and exploring with cooking. It will connect you and your family to small scale agriculture and your local food economy in a deep and meaningful way. 

We love growing for the people in our community. In choosing one of our CSA options, you choose to connect with our farm and us, your farmers, and we deeply value the opportunity to know and grow for you and your families!

CSA option 1: “Market Style” on farm weekly pick up

This CSA option is great for people who feel able to consistently come to weekly pickup and who enjoy having the surprise of what we harvest for you each week. We are known for our awesome garden salad mix, a wide array of diverse crops, and offering you things that go well together. 

How it works: Every Tuesday afternoon, your freshly harvested veggies are displayed in our stand and a list is posted with what to take that day, along with recipes, cooking tips, and info! Each pick up typically includes six to eight vegetables, with lots of options and mix and match to help suit varying tastes. Our “swap basket” is available for additional flexibility.

We offer two market style shares, and pickup is always Tuesday between 3:30-6:30pm at the farm.

Full share: $648 for 24 weekly pickups, May 17th-October 25th.

Bi weekly share: $324 for 12 weeks, starting May 17th or May 24th for every other week pickup.

* Your market style CSA memberships include access to our u-pick flower patch! Once the flowers are blooming, we welcome you to come into the patch each week and pick a beautiful bouquet to bring home.

* Missed pickup/vacation flex days: If you miss a pickup, we will automatically give you $27 in credit to use when the farmstand is open (Wednesday and Saturday), up to four times!
We do not offer refunds, credits or late pick up otherwise, but you are always welcome to let a friend pick up your share, or have us donate it if you know you cannot make it. 

For a detailed list of what we grow by season and most of the veggies you will enjoy click here.

Ready to sign up? 2022 signups are open!

Please email us at with your intention to join and which share you would like. We will confirm availability and facilitate payment.

CSA Option 2: Farmstand CSA

This membership is highly flexible and convenient, and a great option if you would like ultimate flexibility and choice, while still deepening your relationship to our farm. Farmstand CSA memberships may be purchased anytime in the year!

How it works: You pre-purchase the farmstand CSA value of your choice, and redeem your credit when our farmstand is open, Wednesdays 9am-5pm and Saturday 10am-2pm, all season long. (Spring- early Winter) You keep track of your purchases in our notebook, and once your credit runs out, you can always buy more. This CSA option allows you to commit to eating well and supporting our farm, while having the flexibility to choose from what veggies are available, and not worry about missing a “pickup” day. You will receive our weekly farmstand email, letting you know what we will be harvesting for the stand that week, along with lots of recipes and tips.

*Your farmstand CSA membership includes the ability to request a custom packed box for pickup at the stand if you need it!

*This option does not include u-pick flowers, but bouquets are often available in the stand for purchase with your credit

*Farmstand credit will expire at the end of the year, or if purchased mid season, one year from the date of purchase. 

You choose the Farmstand CSA level you would like, each come with a bonus:

$250 to $499 credit purchased receives additional 5% credit

$500 and up credit purchased receives additional 10% credit

 Ready to sign up? Simply email us at to confirm your membership and we will facilitate payment.

In joining our CSA you become an integral part of our farm. We can’t wait to grow for you! 

“Eaters…must understand that eating…is inescapably an agricultural act, and that how we eat determines, to a considerable extent, how the world is used. ” Wendell Berry

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