Viva Farms

Viva Farms
Address:
15400 Ovenell Road
Burlington, 98233 WA
Phone Number:
360-969-7191
Hours of Operation:
Contact us for wholesale or choose your CSA; two 14-week seasons, see website for details
Types of payment accepted:
Credit
Debit
Cash
Check
EBT
Where to Buy:
  • CSA,
  • Home Delivery,
  • Wholesale to Restaurants,
  • Wholesale to Distributors,
  • Wholesale to Grocery Stores
Producer Certifications:
Certified Organic

Description:

Strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, salad greens, culinary herbs, summer squash, winter squash, carrots, beets, potatoes, etc. Over 70 varieties of vegetables.

Visit our farm stand or contact us for wholesale orders - the proceeds directly fund our efforts to grow the next generation of farmers. You can also support our farmers by purchasing our produce at select locations throughout Skagit and Seattle.  Find our produce at the Skagit Valley Food Co-op, Central Co-op, Entre Amis, and Stockbox Neighborhood Grocery. We are currently expanding our wholesale presence in the Seattle metro area and offer bi-weekly direct deliveries to consumers, restaurants, grocery stores and regional distributors. Find us on Facebook!

Founded in 2009, Viva Farms is a certified organic, land-based farm business incubator dedicated to launching new farmers in the Skagit Valley. We connect aspiring farm business owners to the five essentials: education, land, equipment, capital, and markets. Our current 14-member cohort grows a wide diversity of produce, specializing in berries and mixed vegetables. The challenge of obtaining the five essential pieces of a sustainable farm business--education, land, equipment, capital, and markets can hinder beginning farmers from achieving their dreams.

Viva Farms assists beginning farmers in gaining access to these essentials, helping the farmer focus on growing healthy food and a sustainable business. In terms of production, farmers sublease land, rent communal equipment and tools, and utilize our processing and market facilities. On the marketing and business end, farmers are guided through business planning, record keeping, and gain direct access to markets through our wholesale and retail outlets, in order to achieve their business goals.

CSA details: New for 2017: Viva Farms is offering a CSA in two 14-week seasons. The Spring/Summer CSA will run June - Sept (exact starting date TBD), and the Summer/Fall CSA will run Sept - Nov (also TBD). We will offer two share sizes: small, for 2-3 family members, $20/week. Large, for 3 or more family members, $35/week. Every box will contain organic vegetables and berries - all fresh, seasonal, local produce.  This CSA will be available in Skagit County only, pickup at Viva Farms - other pickup sites TBD.  Please visit www.vivafarms.org for more information.

Products Offered

Fruits & Nuts

Blackberries
Raspberries
Strawberries

Herbs & Botanicals

Basil
Chives
Cilantro
Fennel
Rosemary
Thyme

Vegetables

Beans
Beans, Green
Beets
Beets, Chioggia
Beets, Golden
Beets, Red
Broccoli
Broccoli, Romanesco
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Cucumbers
Cucumbers, Pickling
Cucumbers, Slicing
Garlic
Garlic Scapes
Greens
Kale
Kohlrabi
Lettuce
Lettuce, Green Leaf
Lettuce, Romaine
Onions
Onions, Green
Onions, White
Onions, Yellow
Peas
Peas, Sugar Snap
Peppers
Potatoes
Potatoes, Fingerling
Potatoes, Red
Potatoes, White
Pumpkins
Radicchio
Radishes
Rutabaga
Shallots
Snow Peas
Spinach
Squash, Summer
Squash, Winter
Tomatillos
Tomatoes
Tomatoes, Cherry
Tomatoes, Green
Tomatoes, Heirloom
Zucchini

Product availability may vary due to weather and other conditions - contact farmers/producers to verify.

Go to Crop & Farm Locator.
Go to Harvest Schedule.