Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Community Supported Agriculture programs (CSAs) provide a unique relationship between you and a farmer in which the farm benefits directly from your financial support by offering "shares" of a seasonal harvest, while you reap the rewards of helping small farm stay viable and enjoy good food, grown with care.

How it works: Typically you pay the farmer a membership or subscription fee up front, and recieve a box of freshly picked produce and other farm products each week throughout the growing season (usually June through October), but many farms offer longer CSA seasons. Typically, farm shares contain a variety of vegetables, herbs, and fruits, though some include other products such as eggs and flowers or focus on meat.

CSAs are an excellent way to support local farmers, providing them steady income and allowing them to focus on growing crops during the peak season and reducing the risk of growing crops for an uncertain market. CSAs benefit consumers by assuring you a reliable source of the fresh, healthy, local farm products, introducing you to new foods and recipes, and allowing you to develop a closer relationship with your farmer and understand how your food is grown.

Each farm's CSA varies, i.e. pick-up location(s), member perks, products, length of season, size of share, and cost. Read more about factors to consider when choosing a CSA - 1.2 MB pdf. Note that when reviewing the list below, a farm's location is not indicative of their delivery area. 

Find a CSA

21 Acres, Woodinville

Adalyn Farm, Stanwood

Annie's Flower Farm, Sequim

Be Well Farm, Lake Stevens

Bright Ide Acres, Snohomish (Meat)

Building Earth Farm, Olympia

Calendula Farm, Tacoma

Calliope Farm, Olympia

Caruso Farm, Snohomish

Changing Seasons Farm, Carnation

City Grown Seattle, Seattle

Dropstone Farms, Orting (Meat)

Early Bird Farm, Tacoma

First Light Farm, Carnation

Four Elements Farm, Pierce

Goose and Gander Farm, Carnation

Green Bow Farm, Ellensburg

Growing Veterans, King

GRuB Farm, Olympia

Helsing Junction Farm, Rochester

Jubilee Farm, Carnation

Kamayan Farm, Carnation

Kettle's Edge Farm, Coupeville

Hart's Farm and Homestead, Mount Vernon

Hima Farms, Everett 

Ladyberry Produce, Olympia

Lee's Fresh Produce, Kent

Local Roots, Duvall

Mezza Luna Farm, Carnation

Nash's Organic Produce, Sequim

Nora Farms, Snohomish

Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center, Carnation

Persephone Farm, Indianola

Pheasant Fields Farm, Silverdale

Pigman's Organic Produce Patch, Olympia

Present Tense Farm, Carnation

Rising River Farm, Rochester

Rokalu Farms, Port Orchard

Root Connection, Redmond

Seattle Tilth Produce at Seattle Tilth Farm Works, Auburn

Schuh Farms, Mount Vernon

Serendiptity Farm, Quilcene

Skylight Farms, Snohomish

Steel Wheel Farm, Fall City

Tahoma Farms, Orting

Terra Vilica Farms, Camano Island

Take Root Farm, Buckley

The Mason Jar Farm, Enumclaw

The Organic Farm at The Evergreen State College, Olympia

Tonnemaker Family Orchard, Royal City

Whistling Train Farm, Kent

Wild Hare Organic Farm & Market, Tacoma

Wildwood Farm, Quilcene

Wobbly Cart Farm, Rochester

Zestful Gardens, Tacoma