Organic Farm

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Golden Raspberry growing at the Organic Farm

Purchasing a Community Supported Agriculture share is a direct way of supporting local food producers and providing your family with fresh seasonal produce. Members pay for a share at the beginning of the growing season or in two installments and receive their share of fruits and vegetables every week.

The Organic Farm's CSA offers 18 weeks of delicious produce and beautiful flowers fresh from the fields from the first week in July until the first week in November. Small and large shares are available. Shares can be delivered on-campus or picked up at our weekly market stand.

If you’d like a share, please see the brochure (PDF) for sign-up information. Send an email with your information to organicfarm at evergreen.edu and we will pro-rate your fee for 2015!

Small CSA Share

The Small CSA share is designed to feed two vegetable eating people per week. It costs $350 for the full growing season.

A typical box in the summer contains a head of lettuce, one bunch of Swiss chard, a cucumber, a bell pepper, one bunch of cilantro, 3 oz. of basil, two summer squash, one bunch of carrots, an eggplant, half-pint of raspberries, and a small bouquet of flowers.

Large CSA Share


A typical box in the summer contains two heads of lettuce, one bunch of Swiss chard, one bunch of kale, two cucumbers, two peppers, one bunch of cilantro, one bunch of parsley, 6 oz. of basil, four summer squash, one bunch of carrots, one bunch of beets, two eggplants, a pint of raspberries, a head of cabbage, and a small bouquet of flowers.The Large CSA Share is designed to feed either two vegetable enthusiasts or four vegetable eaters per week. It costs $450 for the full growing season.

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What We Grow

Specific vegetables may vary!

Summer: Strawberries, raspberries, Swiss chard, kale, flowers, herbs, head lettuce, mixed greens, basil, peas, potatoes, and seasonal processed foods.

Fall: Swiss chard, kale, flowers, herbs, head lettuce, mixed greens, basil, carrots, peppers, tomatoes, melons, beets, sweet onions, beans, cucumbers, potatoes, apples, winter squash, leeks, eggplants, and seasonal processed foods.