2021 Sign-ups are OPEN!
Spring Time Farm is offering a weekly subscription of seasonal, Certified Organic produce to those in Whatcom County and Seattle. Our full season CSA is a 20 week program from May 5 to September 15. Pick-up Wednesdays in Alki Beach, Capitol Hill, downtown Bellingham, Fairhaven, or on the farm in Everson.
Are you looking to cook with only the freshest, healthiest seasonal produce? Bring the harvest home with a weekly pre-packed box with a mix of Certified Organic vegetables, fruits and herbs – all straight from the farm. Our unique CSA offers chef-quality produce, heirloom varieties, and optional weekly add-ons.
Do you want to support your local farmers? By becoming a member, you will have a direct connection to your farmers (us!) and the delicious produce grown on our farm. CSAs provide up-front income to help farms like Spring Time Farm ride the highs (and lows) of each season.
How It Works
By signing up, you’ll get a weekly pre-packed box containing a mix of the best Certified Organic vegetables, fruits and herbs the region has to offer. Our CSA is chance to expand your culinary horizons and feed yourself, your family, your chosen family, or your pod the best vegetables, grown right here in our community. For the full details, please read the Member Agreement.
- You get to choose between two sizes:
- Full Share (8-10 vegetables, fruits or herbs/week). Great for vegetable-loving pairs or 2-4 folks who eat moderate amounts of produce.
- Petite Share (5-7 vegetables, fruits or herbs/week). Great for vegetable-loving individuals or small households that dine out occasionally.
- Your subscription will cost $24-$43 per week, depending on the share size you select and pickup location.
- We host an online farm store for our members! During the season you can add items to your share on week-by-week basis (flats of strawberries, bulk tomatoes for canning or flowers from the farm, as well as add-ons from neighboring producers as available – possibly pork, eggs, mushrooms, etc). We will let you know what the ordering hours/deadlines are.
- You’ll select your pickup location in Alki Beach, Capitol Hill, downtown Bellingham, Fairhaven, or on the farm in Everson.
- We offer two vacation days per season. You have two options if you know you’ll be out of town/unable to get your share.
- We’ll share the peaks and valleys of the farming season (every year is different!) in our weekly newsletter as well on Instagram and our website. It’s important to us that you have opportunities to learn how we grow your vegetables, and we’re always open to questions!
- If COVID allows (at our discretion), we’ll open the farm for an end-of-season farm visit for our members. We’re also hoping to allow a periodic free U-pick flower perk for members.
- For full details and rewards, please read our Member Agreement.
What Our Customers Have to Say
2020 CSA member
First and foremost, THANK YOU! I looked forward to my Spring CSA box every week. On Tuesday night I would excitedly read the weekly newsletter to see what we would be receiving. Your CSA was a bright spot in a weird, pretty dark time. I will always remember that Pandemic Spring spent eating salad at every meal with my roommate. Thank you for nourishing us <3
2020 CSA member
Thank you for all of the hard work you do – we absolutely loved our boxes this season – pickup day was my favorite day of the week!! Gorgeous produce.
We Want to Be Your Farmers
What are the origins of the CSA?
CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture.” For our Certified Organic farm, it means a person can sign up to receive a weekly pre-packed box of our highest quality, farmer’s choice vegetables for an interval of time.
CSAs are an incredible way for community members to support their farmers – payment up front gives us financial security and flexibility, empowering our local food systems – and provides a window into what we at Spring Time Farm are doing. In return, we will provide you with the very best that we are growing!
We are so inspired by this model. Dr. Booker T. Whatley developed the concept of a “clientele membership club” in the 1960s, laying the framework for the contemporary American CSA. Dr. Whatley, born in 1915 in Alabama, was an innovative Black farmer, businessman, and passionate advocate for small farms. We owe Dr. Whatley a debt of gratitude for his enormously important work in regenerative agriculture, social justice, and beyond.