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Fresh From
the Farm

Farming organically since 1996, we deliver the season’s best produce and wholesome farm products conveniently to your door. We make it simple to live the good food life.

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Delivered THURSDAYS: To maintain the freshness of your produce from our farm to your table, your delivery will be quietly left on your doorstep between 8:00pm (the night before) and 8:00am* on your delivery day noted above. *AK deliveries arrive between 2:00 and 9:00pm.


Delivered THURSDAYS: Deliveries to office/businesses arrive between 8:00am and 5:00pm.


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Pickup THURSDAYS between 3:00 pm & 7:00 pm
2400 Queen Anne Ave. N., 98101

How It Works

Organic Produce Delivered to Your Door

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Pick Your Box
Size

Whether you are a fruit fanatic, veg head or love it all, you can choose (& change) the size of produce box that works for you.
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Customize Your
Produce

Want to make changes to the produce items arriving in your delivery? No problem! It’s simple to add and swap out items in our online Farm Stand.
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Add Farm
Products

Add artisan farm products to your delivery like unique hand-crafted jams, pasture-raised eggs, olive oil, local honey, organic dairy and more...
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We Deliver &
You Enjoy!

Discover how convenient and fun it is to open your door to a delicious delivery! Skip your delivery or change frequency to fit your schedule or vacations.
 

Our Roots

Organic for Over 20 Years

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In 1996, our organic family farm started on just five acres near North Bend, Washington. We’ve been passionate about growing delicious produce and promoting sustainable farming practices ever since.

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Live the Good Food Life with our

Recipes, Farm News and Blog

Grapefruit and Ginger Tea Bread

FARM-TO-FORK

Grapefruit and Ginger Tea Bread

This dense tea bread has a lovely nutty flavor from the whole wheat and almonds and a citrus-y ginger finish. Perfect for breakfast or brunch!

Enjoying the Colors of Photosynthesis

KNOW YOUR FARMER

Enjoying the Colors of Photosynthesis

"As we patiently wade through the rainy spring days and engage in soup tonics and bitter spring herbs like sorrel and dandelion greens, we are reminded early every morning..." Read more Farm News on our blog.

HOW TO COOK (AND EAT) AN ARTICHOKE

COMMUNITY

HOW TO COOK (AND EAT) AN ARTICHOKE

Don’t be intimidated by these beautiful vegetables! We can only imagine if you are trying to cook them for the first time that it can be a little unnerving. Well don’t fret – we have step-by-step instructions (with photos) . Learn more.