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About CSA


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About CSA


WHY A CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture is a way for a farmer to get a start on the season with a commitment from their community to share in all of the abundance and variability inherent in growing food. With the CSA model, members sign up for a “share” in the farm earlier in the season (January-April, generally), which covers anticipated costs of production and helps your farmer absorb the shock of when the lull of winter meets the roar of spring.

 

In exchange for your support and the purchase of a share, Little Big Farm promises to grow and pack one beautiful and nutritious box of seasonal, fresh produce for you every week of the CSA season. Every week we will provide you with enough produce to feed 1-2 individuals and more heart and soul than you could’ve asked for.

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Our CSA


Our CSA


2017 LITTLE BIG FARM CSA SHARES ARE ALL SOLD OUT - FIND US AT MARKET AND CHECK BACK NEXT SEASON!

 

 

2017 full season shares

Feeds 1-2 vegetable loving adults. 7-10 different crops with each weekly box.

20 week season beginning the first week of June - the middle of October.

$450 for a CSA share. Can be paid in increments.

Pickups available on the farm, at the Olympia Farmer's Market, and at the Queen Anne Farmer's Market.


What's in a box?

With each CSA box, you can expect a diverse assortment of seasonal, organically grown farm-fresh produce, and a letter from us keeping you connected to the farm and the vegetables we've grown for you.


An early-season box (June-early July) may consist of sugar snap peas, broccoli, mini cabbages, kale, Swiss chard, Asian greens, baby beets, carrots, salad radishes, sweet salad turnips, arugula, spinach, lettuce, salad mix, basil, garlic scapes, summer squash, cucumbers, and cherry tomatoes.

A mid-season box (July-September) may consist of eggplant, sweet peppers, summer squash, heirloom and cherry tomatoes, baby beets, carrots, summer onions, bunching onions, garlic, salad radishes, lettuce, basil, cilantro, parsley, salad mix, green beans, melons, cucumbers, and sweet corn.

A late-season box (fall) may consist of broccoli, mini cabbages, radicchio, kale, Swiss chard, potatoes, sweet peppers, eggplant, heirloom and cherry tomatoes, baby beets, carrots, salad radishes, sweet salad turnips, arugula, spinach, Asian greens, lettuce, parsley, salad mix, onions, garlic, pumpkins, and winter squash.