The Oxbow CSA
Oxbow’s land is used for much more than growing food; 30 acres are actively used for farming, and the rest is used to facilitate conservation research, grow native plants, restore natural habitats, and teach future generations about the connection between the food they eat and the land where it’s grown.
There’s no place quite like Oxbow, and through our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, we’re proud to offer our supporters a share of nutritious food that has a direct, positive impact on the environment—and on the future.
By becoming a shareholder you also support:
- Sustainable, organic growing practices that have a lower impact on the environment
- A connection to the land where your food is grown, with the option to participate in gleaning events
- Eating seasonally and locally
- Fair labor practices
- The overall Oxbow mission!
The Main Season
Mid-June through Early November
This year, we’re offering members a 20-Week Share that will be delivered from mid-June through early November.
Each week you’ll receive enough produce, on average, to feed 2-3 people; as the season progresses, you’ll notice an increase in quantity and variety. We carefully plan our crops for the year with the intent to give you the building blocks for a whole season of healthy eating, striving for diversity without being overwhelming.
Our farmers build your weekly box based on what’s freshest and in-season. This year’s anticipated veggies include sugar snap peas, radishes, turnips, carrots, lettuce, beets, broccoli, onions, summer & winter squash, cabbage, herbs, potatoes, bunch greens (kale, collards, and chard), and more!
Questions? Visit our FAQs and Policies page.
We work with several wonderful local producers to supply products to round out your healthy meals. Our Add-on Shares support small, independent businesses committed to our same values. They include:
- Organic Fruit Share from Okanogan Producers, a small fruit-grower collective in Eastern WA
- Shiitake Mushroom Share from our neighbors Sno-Valley Mushrooms
- Oxbow Honey Share from ‘Mat the Bee Guy,’ who manages the bees in and around our farm fields