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Seattle Tilth Fall CSA

Find out about Seattle Tilth's community supported agriculture (CSA) program.

Seattle Tilth ProduceOur fall community supported agriculture (CSA) program connects new, immigrant and limited resource farmers with YOU!

Our fall CSA is an extension on our summer share, with a weekly box full of fresh, delicious, 100% local, ecologically grown produce. Enjoy food that's kind to the earth, fair for farmers and good for you.

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Fall season boxes are distributed every Wednesday in November.

We accept cash, check, E-check and credit cards. We also accept EBT/SNAP at the Good Shepherd Center pick-up location.

Email us to find out when sign-ups are available for the full 2016 summer season.

Find Seattle Tilth Produce at our Rainier Beach Urban Farm stand, local farmers markets, grocery stores and restaurants.

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Our Farms & Farmers

    At our educational farms, Seattle Tilth trains participants in ecological farming practices that build healthy soil and biodiversity, using only the most ecologically sound, organic techniques. As a CSA member, you are directly supporting new, immigrant and limited resource farmers while creating a unique relationship between farmers and eaters. Build a new, alternative food economy with us!

    How Does it Work?

    CSA members pay up front to establish a market for our new and immigrant farmers' late season crops.  Then you share in the delicious bounty throughout the fall!

    For four weeks, Nov. 4-Nov. 25, you'll get a box full of farm fresh produce at one of our pick-up locations. Boxes include a mix of seasonal fall vegetables. Thanksgiving Turkeys and pork shares are also available.

    What's in a Box?Partial share CSA

    It varies week to week, but you can expect tasty fall produce in every box and benefit from eating with the seasons. Learn a new vegetable, or find a new way to cook your favorites by enjoying recipes and other information in our weekly CSA newsletter!

    Each week might include:

    • one leafy green (like kale, chard or collards)
    • an allium (like onion, garlic or leek)
    • potatoes (including fingerlings, red, purple, and gold varieties)
    • a root crop (like turnips, carrots, parsnips or beets)
    • an additional item that are fresh on our farms, like winter squashes, apples and more

    What's It Cost?

    • Our fall share is $60 -- averages 4-5 items/week of fresh, local fall vegetables and herbs (usually a leafy green, onion or garlic, potato and root crop every week) for 4 weeks in November.

    What Else Can I Get in My CSA?

    • Pastured pork CSA shares from Feliz Farm are $119.85 for a 15 lbs. Share or $279.65 for a 35 lbs. Share
    • Thanksgiving turkey from Windy Acre Farm is a $50 deposit -- Beautiful, delicious 15-20lb pastured turkeys great for roasting, raised using only organic practices and soy-free feed. Turkeys cost $7.75/lb, plus a $15 processing charge. Final cost should be $130-$170, depending on the size.

    Interested in buying meat on its own, without produce? Contact us and we'll put you in touch with our farmers.

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    What our Members are Saying...

    “It was great to get a variety of produce to force my cooking/eating to be more creative and fabulous knowing that it was all healthy, organic produce for a great price serving a great purpose.”

    “First time trying a CSA. I enjoyed trying new foods and having recipes and explanations for foods that were new to me”

    “It makes me feel really good to get produce from the Seattle Tilth Farm Works farmers. I liked getting the stories and recipes in the weekly email.”

    “Friendly folks, great food, loved being part of the beginning of an awesome community project.”

    “Not only did the local farm thing, but also supported local workforce development...what could be better?”

    FAQs: What Else Should I Know?

    How is Seattle Tilth CSA different?
    • By becoming a member, you connect directly with new, small-scale farmers with limited resources. Many are recent immigrants, some are refugees, and all are investing in creating local sources of food which is very important investment for our region.
    • Our farmers receive training from Seattle Tilth using the best ecological practices, based on Seattle Tilth's 35 years as a "go to" organization for organic agriculture education in the region.
    • We will educate you about your food throughout the season and invite you to farm events and special perks for CSA members.

    Program & Policies
    Read all the nitty gritty details on vacation weeks, missed box pick-ups, and more on our Program & Policies page.

    Contact Us

    Email Chris Iberle at or call (206) 633-0451 ext. 129.

    Thank you for supporting Seattle Tilth, new farmers and local food systems!

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