You will find amazing certified organic produce and chicken grown year round on our diversified family farm. In addition, you will find naturally raised duck and chicken eggs, beef, pork, and lamb available at our CSA, farm store, and farmers markets, as well as restaurants. When you visit your vegetables, you will see that we use sustainable and intensive organic methods and raise all your produce. You can choose among six pick-up points on four different days. You can visit our Farm Store every Tuesday from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and by appointment or chance. Check out www.abundantlygreen.com for what is available. We are a single source CSA with no mangos.
Luscious vegetables, meat, and eggs are at our Farm Store, at the Farmer's Markets, or packed fresh each week for you through our CSA. Our kitchen garden is like the garden our great-grand parents had outside of the kitchen door ready for mom to step out and pick the vegetables for the meal she was making. It contained all the goodies that make a memorable meal: lettuce, onions, radishes, beans, carrots, cabbages, corn, and more. In the spring, we also feature vegetable, flower, and herb starts.
Season: Year round
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 150
Full Share: Spring share 8 weeks $296 Summer share 20 weeks $699 Year Round share 35 weeks $1189
1/2 Share: Spring share 8 weeks $205 Summer share 20 weeks $480 Year Round share 35 weeks $812
Work Req? No
Poulsbo Farmers Market, Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Poulsbo Village Medical/Dental Center, Poulsbo, Washington.
(Corner of 7th & Iverson.)
Bremerton Farmers Market at Evergreen Park on Thursday 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuesday, at the farm, from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Since we are here every day, you can call to see what we have and come by other days beyond Tuesday.
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This is a great farm that really focuses on making their food as natural and as healthy as possible. They have a historical barn, workshare program for produce, eggs (duck and chicken eggs), raw milk from a near by farm, local honey, and more local items.... [more]