Sweet William's Farms

Sweet William's Farms is located at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia rivers where the Cascade Mountains meets the flatlands of Central Washington. Farming on leased lands around the Wenatchee Valley, SWF growns over 40 types of vegetables along with peaches, nectarines and plums. In the summer of 2007 we started offering free range eggs and chickens, with turkeys for the winter holidays.

SWF grows all of its products by sustainable farming practices which "mirrors" organic methods but for the certification process. Sweet William's Farms sells through its 7 year old CSA, Farm To Family Food Box", where the subscribers can choose the items in the share each week by signing onto its website. We operate a local farmstand, sell direct to select restaurants and particpate in a few farmers markets.

Listing last updated on Apr 23, 2010

Sweet William's Farms CSA program, "Farm to Family Food Box", comes in 2 sizes, small with 11 items and large with 15 items. Subscribers choose the items in their weekly shares from 40+ types of vegetables with 110+ varieties. This allows the meal preparer to have items they know their family will enjoy. Or be adventerous and let us assemble the boxes, allowing you to sample unusual tastes and texture, where more than a few members have discovered a new favorite.



Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2002

# of Shares:  125

Full Share:  Small Share $462 ($22 week) Large Share $630 ($30 week) delivery extra

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Still selecting farmers markets for this season.

Schedule and Location:

Farm Stand hours and location will be posted later when the vegetables start to ripen. Eggs are available year round. Call for info.



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I have been with Sweet William's Farms for 5 years and the only complaint that I have ever had is too much produce at times. My neighbors love me when I show up with the extra my husband and I can not use up.... [more]

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