The Jenkins Clan

The goal of the Jenkins Clan is to raise our children to be productive, responsible adults. One of the ways we are teaching them, is by growing a large garden which the kids help plant, maintain, and harvest. We've gardened in Nampa for 24 years, and are enjoying sharing our bounty with local families. We have CSA Shares available for 2014. We would be happy to have you share in our garden production!

We raise our vegetables as naturally as possible - with mostly organic methods. We try to be sustainable so our family can give back to the earth the nutrition we use from it.

Listing last updated on Jan 26, 2014

Come grow with us! We're a family owned and operated large garden in Nampa. We're offering CSA shares consisting of LOTS of vegetables, as well as peaches, raspberries and table grapes. 2014 is getting under way...come see us in the garden, and we'll share with you!



Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  20

Full Share:  $550 per year, for 3 or 4 people, May through October. Or - $500 plus 20 hours of help during planting time. $100 holds your share, monthly payments completed by May 15.

1/2 Share:  $330 half share for 1 or 2 people. Or - $300 and 10 hours during planting time. $75 holds your half share, monthly payments completed by May 15.

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Saxton's Fruit Ranch, Hwy 55, Caldwell, ID



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We are heading into year two with the Jenkin's and we love it! Such quality fruits and vegetables we get from their little backyard farm. We are always in a hurry, but they are always more than willing to pre-pick our veggies and have them ready when we swing by.... [more]


The Jenkins Clan is a marvelously run CSA and an incredible family!!! The produce is yummy. The selection is magnificent. The quality is exceptional. The quantity is generous.... [more]

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Thursday, January 6, I seeded 18 broccoli cells.  Today, the 11th, everyone of the cells have plants up! I've plugged in the lights, and we're off with the garden season.    I'll finalize the rest of the seed orders today.   I sure hope it's a good year!


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