Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center

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education

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.

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conservation

Oxbow is commited 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.

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How our CSA program works

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What’s in a box?

Oxbow delivers CSA shares for three distinct seasons, and you can choose one or all. In the Early Season (May – July), you choose your own contents. Staple Early Season offerings are peas, leafy greens, herbs, and cool-season root crops. In the Main Season (July – October), our farmers choose what goes in your box based on what’s fresh, which might include greens, carrots, beets, potatoes, zucchini, broccoli, onions, green beans, and plenty more. In the Late Season (October – December), just like … read more…

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