Harvest share/CSA program
Eat Locally, Eat Affordably -- Love what you eat!
Everyone deserves healthy, nutritious food. We created a CSA-type program for people with limited access to quality fruits and veggies. CSA means “Community Supported Agriculture.” Our CSA, known as Harvest Share, provides a weekly produce box full of the tastiest fruits and vegetables grown by farmers here in the Puget Sound without the use of any synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or nasty chemicals. Read below to learn more about session beginning and end dates, locations, and the variety of payment methods, including SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program via EBT/Quest card) benefits, available to Harvest Share members.
- harvest Share Season and Session Pick Up Locations
- Harvest Share season is June 10 through October 28 with multiple sessions during that time. There are two convenient pick up locations -- choose the easiest option for you: Woodinville or Kenmore.
|Saturdays21 Acres, Woodinville||
9am - Noon
|TuesdaysChurch of the Redeemer, Kenmore||
4pm - 7pm
Explore Harvest Share
The Harvest Share supports people with limited resources who want to eat locally grown sustainably produced food. Curious about Harvest Share at 21 Acres? Have more questions?
Shares & Sizes
Select either a Half Share, $16 ($8 with EBT Quest card) 5-7 veggie items, or a Full Share, $25 ($13 with EBT card) 7-9 items with fruit.
Participate all season from June 10 through October 28 or shorter sessions during that time.
How to Apply
This program is for members of our community who rely on limited budgets to access nutritious locally grown food. Download the 2017 Harvest Share Enrollment Form, fill it out, and mail it in. Or enroll online.
Contact Meghan Tenhoff, Food Access Programs, via email at email@example.com if you have questions.