2017 Farm Share Program (CSA)

Our Summer CSA Program is winding down, but there’s still time to sign up for our Fall Program

By purchasing an fall farm share you’ll receive a weekly box of at diverse vegetables, harvested fresh the day you receive them, as well as a newsletter with lots of recipes, photos, farm news and info on sustainable farming. The 10-week program starts the first week of Oct and ends the first week of Dec.

This year, we’re offering two different share sizes to best fit your household’s needs:   Regular Share –  8 items per week – $275                                                                                 Petite Share – 5-6 items  – $200

Shares are payable in one or two installments. We also accept SNAP funds.

Farm Share Pick-ups: This fall, your vegetables will be available for pick-up on Mondays or Tuesdays at one of the following locations/times. After hours options will also be available for both sites.

  • Freeland at Deep Harvest Farm – Tuesdays from 4-5pm
  • Bayview in the Bayview Corner parking lot – Mondays from 4-4:30

Sign up: You can reserve your spot for either season or both by contacting us at deepharvest@gmail.com. Please indicate your preferred pick-up location and share size. Once we confirm your membership, payments can then be made to: Deep Harvest Farm, PO Box 515, Freeland WA, 98249.

Each week our members receive a mix of greens, roots, squash, brassicas, and other items. Specific items include:

  • Salad Greens – Salad Mix, Arugula, Spinach, Frisee, Escarole, Radicchio, Mache
  • Roots – Carrots, Beets, Winter Radishes, Potatoes, Salad Turnips, Parsnips, Sunchokes, Celeriac
  • Pumpkins and Winter Squash – Pie Pumpkins, Kabocha, Delicata, Acorn, Butternut, Buttercup, Spaghetti and Hubbard
  • Braising Greens – Kale, Chard, Mustards, Bok Choi, Collards
  • Alliums – Onions, Shallots, Garlic, Leeks
  • Brassicas – Brussels Sprouts, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Kohlrabi, Cabbage,
  • Other – Fennel, Parsley, Cilantro, and other herbs

Our Farm Share program fills up quickly every year, so please sign up early if you wish to participate!

We look forward to growing for you and your family this year.

Sincerely, Annie and Nathaniel



A typical June share
A Typical Fall Share
A typical August share
Week 12 share
A Typical Fall Share

2 thoughts on “2017 Farm Share Program (CSA)

  1. Hi! We are thoroughly enjoying our share! I am wondering if you have any extra squash which you are selling separately. (I am not one of the ones intimidated by squash) 🙂

    You are doing a great job! When I walk through the hospital with my box of produce I get so many comments as to the beautiful, vibrant greeens, and people wondering where I got them. I share your information and one of my coworkers from Greenbank will most certainly be a new customer for you next season!

    Take care,

    Peggy Leisher

  2. Just wanted to add my kudos to Peggy’s. We too are enjoying our basket of veggies and love the varieties of squash. I would buy some more too if it is available. The greens are beautiful, I almost hate to eat them, but they are as delicious as they are beautiful. The greens are so versatile and you adapt them to almost any recipe. Everything is so fresh and the only problem is we could probably eat more of it.

    Thank you so much Nathaniel and Annie! You are doing a great job and I hope you will do this again next year. Sign me up if you do and for the summer share as well.

    Happy Thanksgiving to all. We have so much to be thankful for.

    Linda Talley and Ron Norris

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