Farm Share (CSA)

Harvest Health

Health is the most valuable gift we can give ourselves, our communities, and our environment. Join Oxbow’s 27-week market-style Farm Share (CSA) program to enjoy nutritious eating while supporting conservation-forward agriculture that nourishes the interconnected well-being of people and the entire ecosystem.

2024 Farm Share Overview

May 30-December 1, 2024

Back by popular demand, our “market-style” Farm Share offers flexibility and choice in how you choose to put fresh food on the table. Instead of receiving a pre-packed box, you can visit any of our 6 pickup options to choose the exact items you need based on what’s in season—we’ll subtract the total from your overall balance at each checkout.

If you need extra carrots or want to double up on lettuce, you can!

If you don’t need any more summer squash, you can skip it!

Explore our FAQ page to learn exactly how our Farm Share works.

Pickup Options:
Duvall Farmers Market
Thursdays 3-7PM*

Oxbow Farm Stand
Fridays 1-6PM
Saturdays 10AM-4PM
Sundays 10AM-4PM

Issaquah Farmers Market
Saturdays 9AM-2PM*

Mercer Island Farmers Market
Sundays 10AM-2PM*

*Please note that towards the end of the 27-week program, Oxbow’s Farm Stand will be the sole pickup location, once the farmers markets conclude for the season—Issaquah and Mercer Island close late-September, and Duvall Farmers Market concludes mid-October.

Choose Your Plan

We’re now offering 3 investment levels designed to fit various lifestyle needs, accommodating individuals, families, couples, roommates, neighbors, and friend groups—ensuring everyone can enjoy fresh, organic produce. Each plan requires a single payment which is due in one lump sum before your first pickup.


  • Fresh & flexible for individuals.
  • ≈$13.96/week


  • Satisfy appetites & bank accounts.
  • ≈$18.52/week


  • Ample portions for more mouths.
  • ≈$27.78/week

Shareholder Perks & Experiences

  • FREE U-Pick Flowers: Gather beautiful blooms and add a vibrant and personalized touch to your weekly share during on-farm pickups.
  • U-Pick Fruit & Herbs: Harvest fresh fruit and herbs directly from the fields and apply your Farm Share credit to pay for your haul.
  • Participation With Your Local Food System: Share in the ebbs, flows, beauty, and bounty of the seasons while helping support members of your local community—from workers to wildlife.
  • Exclusive Updates: Receive special communications from your farmers, staying informed about the growing process, seasonal developments, and events.
  • Community Involvement: Share food and fun at special Shareholder gatherings and learning opportunities.
  • Connection to the Land: Explore Oxbow’s U-Pick fields, Living Playground, trails, and picnic spaces during weekly on-farm pickup windows.
  • Collective Nourishment: Eat well while supporting non-extractive farming practices that center the health of the entire ecosystem.
  • Yummy Vegetables: Exclaim, “Mmmmm!” when you take a bite out of super fresh, super nutritious produce!

What Veggies to Expect

Arugula, Beans, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Celeriac, Chard, Chicories, Collards, Cucumbers, Eggplants, Garlic, Ginger, Herbs, Kales, Leeks, Lettuce, Lovage, Mesclun, Mint, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rapini, Raspberries, Rhubarb, Sage, Salad Mixes, Scallions, Strawberries, Summer Squash, Sweet Potatoes, Tomatoes, Turnips, Winter Squash

U-Pick*: Apples, Flowers, Grapes, Herbs, Pears, Plums, Raspberries, Strawberries

*only available at on-farm pickups

Eco-centric Cultivation

Our farming doesn’t stop with growing nutritious veggies for people. We center the health of the entire ecosystem spanning from water and native plants to birds, decomposers, and even salmon. Oxbow is a USDA Certified Organic and Salmon-Safe farm. Click to explore:

We prioritize soil health and watershed protection by implementing crop rotation, fallowing fields with cover crops, managing soil fertility with naturally occurring nutrients, and avoiding chemical pesticides by employing Integrated Pest Management (IPM) practices like beneficial insect release and insectary habitat plantings. As specialists in organic fertility, our farmers have also authored a comprehensive guide to help others cultivate growth organically. These practices help create a positive ripple effect that strengthens the entire ecosystem, including fish!

Explore our blog post “Restoration Ripple Effects” to learn why salmon are considered a keystone species and how their vitality serves as a lesson in reciprocity and an indicator of environmental health.

In collaboration with partners, we conduct agricultural research that leads to innovative ways for local farmers to increase crop yields while preserving the ecosystem. Currently, we’re working with National Resource Conservation Services (NRCS) for a cover crop trial—experimenting with varieties typically grown on the east side of the Cascades. By collecting data on various mixes and regimens, we gain insights into their adaptation to the western Cascades, and we can help inform strategies for climate projections that include longer seasonal droughts and intense but shorter periods of precipitation in our region.

Read more about our cover crop trials on our blog.

Additionally, in 2023, we experimented with dry-farming techniques for tomatoes and winter squash, where these crops received no irrigation after transplanting. This encouraged deeper root growth, resulting in sweeter fruits and substantial water savings – approximately 750,000 gallons per acre for dry farmed tomatoes and 500,000 gallons per acre for winter squash.

Learn more about the project here!

Dig in!

Choosing Oxbow’s Farm Share is not just a transactional exchange but an investment in a mindful approach to agriculture that helps foster a deeper connection with the land, your food, and your farmers. Dig in!