Sold out for 2021!
Sorry, our CSA filled up within days of announcing sign-ups to past members who get first priority. Please check out some other CSA programs on the island, including those from Organic Farm School, SkyRoot Farm, Orchard Kitchen and Foggy Hill.
Deep Harvest Farm Share Program
Are you interested in enjoying 100% organic-certified vegetables, learning how to cook and eat with the seasons, and supporting local farmers?
Sign up for Deep Harvest’s Farm Share program (also known as Community Supported Agriculture or CSA) and receive weekly boxes of organic-certified vegetables, picked fresh the day you receive them. You’ll also get a weekly newsletter with creative recipes, farmy photos, and lots of info on local farm happenings and the inspiring world of sustainable agriculture.
We’re offering a 18-week summer program (June 1 through Sept 28) and 9-week fall share program (Oc 5 through Nov 30).
Each season we provide two different share sizes to best fit your household’s needs.
Regular Shares (8 items per week) are well suited to individuals or couples who enjoy cooking vegetables most meals or families who prepare veggies about four times a week. If you want to eat a healthier, more plant-based diet, go for a Regular Share. The two of us often use up a full CSA in just 2 or 3 meals, especially if we’re hosting dinner guests. Many customers tell us that having a plethora of produce in their fridge inspires them to cook more and eat more healthily than they would otherwise.
Petite Shares (5-6 items/week) are best for individuals, couples or small families who don’t have a super vegetable-centric diet, but still like having vegetables with a few weekly meals. If you’ve never been a CSA member before or are just getting back into cooking, a Petite share might be good place to start.
Trade options Each week you have the option of swapping 3 items in your share for different items of limited selection. This will allow us to address members’ dietary restrictions and personal tastes. We want everyone to leave pick-up excited about what they’re bringing home, minimizing the potential for wasted food.
Summer Share: Regular – $500, Petite – $350
Fall Share: Regular – $275, Petite – $200
Note that $15 will be added to online purchases to cover the cost of the credit card processing fee.
Sign up for both seasons at once to receive one week of vegetables FREE. (That’s $25 off for regular members or $15 for petite.)
Leaf Lovers add-on (Summer only)
For an additional $100 you can receive an extra two greens, usually one salad green and one braising green.
Flower Lovers add-on (Summer only)
For an additional $90 you can get a bouquet of farm-fresh organic flowers with your veggie share! Flowers start July 6 and end Sept 14.
Pick up locations
Summer members may pick up their farm share on Tuesday or Thursday at either the Bayview Hall Parking Lot or at Deep Harvest Farm in Freeland. Fall members can pick up their share on Tuesday at either location.
How to Sign up
You can reserve your spot for either season (or both!) by contacting us at [email protected]. Please let us know your pick-up location (Freeland or Bayview), share size (Regular or Petite) and any desired add-ons (Leaf-lovers and/or Flower-lovers). Once we confirm your membership, payments can then be made to: Deep Harvest Farm, PO Box 515, Freeland WA, 98249. Or, you can just sign up online below . Note that $15 will be added to online purchases to cover the cost of the credit card processing fee.
Shares are payable in one or two installments with cash or check, or can be purchased online below. Personalized payment plans are possible upon request. A few scholarships will be available for our low-income members. Email us for details if you need assistance affording a CSA.
What to expect
Here are some of the vegetables you’ll enjoy as a farm share member:
May, June and July- spinach, arugula, peas, radishes, turnips, beets, carrots, kale, chard, broccoli, cauliflower, bok choi, kohlrabi, napa cabbage, green cabbage, salad mix, fennel, parsley, and strawberries
August and September- tomatoes, zucchinis, cucumbers, beans, edamame, sweet peppers, basil, eggplant, corn and all the veggies from June and July
Fall months- potatoes, leeks, garlic, shallots, onions, winter squash, pumpkins, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, parsnips, carrots, beets, rutabagas, celeriac, salad mix, arugula, spinach, frisee, escarole, radicchio, corn salad, kale, chard, mustards, bok choi, cilantro, and parsley
Our Farm Share program fills up every year, so sign up early if you wish to participate. We look forward to providing you and your family with a bounty of fresh, organic and locally grown vegetables.
Annie and Nathaniel
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