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CSA

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OUR CSA IS SOLD OUT FOR THE 2017 SEASON
Please contact us to be added to our list for next season. Thanks for your interest!
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For 2017, our CSA will begin on May 23rd, and continue through November 16th – $780 for 26 weeks of fresh veggies ($30/week). We have payment options available, see order form for details.

DELIVERY DAYS AND LOCATIONS

Hood River: Tuesdays, The Farm Stand 1009 12th St., 4-7pm

White Salmon: Thursdays, White Salmon Baking Company 80 NE Estes Ave., 4-7pm

Mosier: Thursdays, Rack and Cloth Cidery 1104 1st Ave., 4-7pm

2017 Flower CSA

If you are interested in a weekly bouquet of beautiful flowers grown here on the farm, we also have a flower CSA. Your bouquet will be delivered along with your veggies, to the location of your choice.

Our 2017 flower CSA will begin on June 20th and continue through October 26th – $247

 See the order form below to sign up.

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For our  payment options, and to pay with a check,
please download our order form here. Mail to:
Wildwood Farm
5000 Binns Hill Dr.
Hood River, Or 97031
If you’d like to sign up now and pay by credit card, please follow the link below:

Sign Up Online

Contact us if you have any questions.  
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See below to learn more about our CSA

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Our CSA is the foundation of Wildwood Farm.

A CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a unique relationship between farmer and consumer.  The consumer becomes a member, paying for a ‘share’ of the farm’s harvest at the beginning of the season, and then enjoys a weekly sampling of the freshest and ripest seasonal vegetables throughout the year.

This is a great relationship for everyone involved.

Fresh seasonal produce goes directly to members, who know exactly where their food came from and how it was grown.  Farmers know who they are growing for, and are able to spend more time growing and less time marketing.  The concept that everyone is ‘in this together’ creates a community that experiences the ups and downs of a season together- sharing the enjoyments, risks, and a real understanding of our food. 

See What You Can Expect

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