- Farmers Markets,
- Wholesale to Restaurants,
- Wholesale to Grocery Stores
Naturally grown vegetables, herbs and berries. Pasture raised eggs. CSA farm pick-up and deliveries to Arlington, Everett, Mukilteo and Seattle.
RicXeco Farm is a sustainable 25 acre farm in Snohomish county. We grow an extensive variety of vegetables, greens, herbs and berries as well as pasture raised farm fresh eggs. We specialize in over 20 varieties of heirloom tomatoes. We farm using organic practices but have intentionally not applied for organic certification. We believe the costs associated with certification are better spent on delivering quality produce and eggs to our customers for an affordable price. No synthetic pesticides or herbicides are used. We have taken a non-GMO pledge. Our mission is to develop and maintain a healthy food system through sustainable farming practices that benefits the local ecosystems, the community, and the economy. We have a CSA program which engages the consumer in direct contact with the farmer who grows their food.
CSA details: Our CSA season runs for 21 weeks, from mid-June through October.
Share Price: Full Share (feeds 4-6 people), $600; Half Share (feeds 2-3 people), $400. Add a dozen of our free range eggs to your share weekly for $115.
Locations: On-Farm: Stanwood, WA, Tuesdays 3-6 pm; Arlington (Bryant), Saturdays 10 am - 3 pm; Shoreline, Saturdays 10am - 3pm (at Farmers Market); Wallingford, Mondays or Wednesdays 3pm - 7pm TBD; Everett, Mondays 4pm-7pm; Mukilteo - Still working out details, should be Wednesday 3-7 pm.
Farm practices: We adhere to the principles of growing organic farming, however we choose not to be Certified Organic. We find that the costs associated with certification would increase the costs and labor required and drive prices up. We are committed to sustainably growing your produce and keeping costs affordable. We do this by caring for the health of our soil, using cover crops, ecological pest management techniques, crop rotations, organic amendments, making efficient use of water for irrigation, and composting. We’re happy to discuss our growing practices anytime.