Earthly Delights Farm

Earthly Delights Farm is a small-scale, urban farm on multiple small plots in northwest Boise. We run the farm primarily on human power, using hand tools almost exclusively in the garden and transporting ourselves, our farm equipment, and our produce primarily by bicycle. We produce over 150 varieties of vegetables, fruits, herbs, seeds, and flowers, on just over 1 acre of land, and sell our produce primarily through a 30-member CSA. We have a rad flock of laying hens and a couple beehives as well. We choose not to certify organic for political and financial reasons, but we farm using, in Joel Salatin's words, Beyond Organic methods.

Our other farm passion is seed-saving, and we have been packaging and selling our farm-grown seeds in local nurseries and food co-ops. This season brings an exciting expansion of our seed production and distribution, so stay tuned for new opportunities to get our locally-adapted, high-quality seeds! We do several seed saving workshops throughout the year--visit the website for updates!

You can visit our website for more information about our farm, our CSA model and costs, on farm events and activities, and our internship program, which is an 8 hour per week commitment through the duration of the growing season.

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Listing last updated on Jan 24, 2014

A small urban CSA and seed farm on multiple small plots in northwest Boise. We run the farm primarily on human power, using hand tools and bicycles for almost all our farm work. Yee-Haw for shovels and bikes! Part-time internships, workshops, and organic gardening classes too! Visit our website! Thank you thank you!



Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2004

# of Shares:  30

Full Share:  Good ole Reliable Share: $26/week, or $468 for 18-week season; Farmer Advocate Share: $33.80/week, or $608.40/season; Half Share: every other week, or $275/season; bicycle delivery an additional $4/week

1/2 Share:  $275/season

Work Req?  No




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