Unlocking the secrets of native plants

Believe it or not, growing native plants is difficult. It seems crazy, right? I mean, they’ve existed here for thousands...


Kids'art from the farm: Connecting food, farming, and the environment

Oxbow’s seasonal Farm Adventures are more than just farm field trips. In many cases the kids who visit us are...


Oxbow in The Seattle Times

About a week before Thanksgiving, Seattle Times photographer Alan Berner contacted Oxbow about coming out to the farm to grab a...


Oxbow awarded EPA grant

Oxbow is proud to announce that we have been awarded an EPA environmental education grant, which is allowing us to...


Join us for the Big Glean!

It is a longstanding tradition of ours to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Sukkoth, a celebration of the fall harvest...


Local teacher spends her summer volunteering on the Kids' Farm

The suspicion that local teachers spend all summer relaxing has been proven false by Renee Matson, a kindergarten teacher and...


Local bands are bringing the twang to Oxtober this season

We are excited to announce a full line-up of local folk, bluegrass, and swing bands performing Saturdays and Sundays during...


Oxbow to host pollinator field day

Oxbow is pleased to be collaborating with Washington State University and the NW Pollinator Initiative are proud to collaborate in presenting...


More beets?

As a member of a traditional Farmer’s Choice CSA model like ours, you invest in a share of what is...


We are taking a week off from the CSA!

Due to our recent, tragic loss of our field crew anchor, Tino Hernandez, we are taking one week off from...