Sold out for 2021 main season

Join our waitlist here

or check back soon for info about our Winter CSA!

  • CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. Members help farmers cover the up front costs of each farm season (like seeds, potting soil, and tools) in exchange for a "share" of the season's harvest.

Why join our CSA?

  • Connect with where your food comes from and who grows it.

  • Save money by purchasing affordable farm shares grown using natural, chemical-free practices.

  • Live more sustainably by eating locally & supporting local agriculture.

  • Support a small, woman-owned farm business dedicated to growing nutritious produce for the community. 

  • Multiple pick up locations and times available for your convenience!

  • Not ready to pay for the full season up front? Email us at if you would like to set up a payment plan.

  • Want to pay with SNAP? No problem! Just select SNAP as your preferred payment method when you sign up.


What to Expect

  • 20 weeks of fresh, local produce June 8-October 22.

  • Grown using natural, sustainable practices in the Portland metro area.

    • SW Portland - Tuesd​ays 4-6pm (OHSU - SW Sam Jackson Park Rd. & Terwilliger)

    • NE Portland - Fridays 4-6pm (NE 36th and Killingsworth)

    • SE Portland - Fridays 6:30-8:30pm (SE 63rd and Foster)

  • Shares are $550 for the full 20 week season. That's only $27.50/week!

  • Each share contains on average 7-10 different fruits or vegetables. One share is enough for 2 vegetable lovers or 3-4 moderate veggie eaters!

  • Chat with your farmer and fellow community members during weekly pick ups in a socially-distanced, outdoor setting.

  • A weekly newsletter with healthy recipes, photos and news from the farm.

  • Want a half share? Need flexible pick ups? Planning a vacation?

    • Sign up with a friend (either pick up together or alternate weeks)! 

    • Split your share by donating half to a patient from OHSU's Harold Schnitzer Diabetes Center (see details in our registration form)!

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