Oxbow’s Outdoor Education programs are a marvelous way for kids to explore, learn, and get their boots muddy; but what happens if you don’t have any boots? We’re asking for your help to keep a very special group of local Kindergarteners warm and dry when they visit the farm this year…
Our production farm is the backbone of our organization. We grow certified organic mixed vegetables on 30 acres through methods that respect and nurture the health of the surrounding ecosystem. Our produce is available through our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program and at Seattle-area restaurants and grocery stores.
Oxbow’s environmental education programs connect kids with their food through hands-on, experiential learning. We welcome thousands of children onto the farm each season through our school field trip and summer camp programs and our farmers visit local classrooms during the winter months.
Oxbow is committed to improving the health of our fish and wildlife habitat. In 2013 we expanded our conservation efforts with a native plant program. The Oxbow Native Plant Nursery, in partnership with the University of Idaho Center for Forest Nursery and Seedling Research, is a native plant production, research, and education facility.