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CSA

Locally supported agriculture economy subscription system supporting local farmers. Can be used to indicate organizations that make the link between urban communities and nearby farmers though community-supported agriculture (CSAs or box schemes).

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Red Dog Farm is certified organic and grows over 150 different varieties of vegetables, berries, cut flowers and plant starts on 23 acres.
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Midori grows organic vegetables, garden seedlings, seeds and craft their own traditionally fermented sauerkraut and kimchi from farm grown produce.
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Kodama is a 45-acre regenerative farm. They use organic, permaculture-based techniques to provide fresh food for our local community. Besides fruits and vegetables the farm also raises nigerian goats....
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The Finnriver crew farms and ferments on 50 acres of organic fields and orchard in the Chimacum Valley, along a salmon stream on the north Olympic Peninsula of Washington, the traditional and contempo...
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Their mission is to use the best available knowledge to sustainably and organically produce food for our local community. Spring Rain uses a diversified farming system that involves protein, vegetab...
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Award-winning goat dairy on Marrowstone Island. Mystery Bay Farm is a small scale, family farm operating on five acres on Marrowstone Island. We have been a WSDA certified Grade A Dairy since the spri...
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Serendipity Farm, nestled in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains in Washington State has a credo or combining recreation, conservation and sustainable agriculture. We grow organic produce and flowe...
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Finnriver Farms is operated by Jeff Horwath and Janet Aubin at the 33-acre ‘Home Farm,’ 2.5 miles south of the Finnriver Orchard.
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