WELCOME TO JUBILEE FARM
Located in the heart of Washington's beautiful Snoqualmie Valley, Jubilee Biodynamic Farm has been providing the community with fresh fruits, vegetables, and meat, free from pesticides and herbicides, for nearly 20 years. Jubilee's produce is available through its Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) subscription program, in which members of the public support the farm by committing to purchase shares of its produce for a season.
WHAT IS A CSA?
CSA Stands for Community Supported Agriculture. CSA allows city residents to have direct access to high quality, fresh produce grown locally by regional farmers. When you become a member of a CSA, you're purchasing a “share” of vegetables from a regional farmer. Becoming part of a CSA community is a wonderful step towards vibrant better nutrition and health while embracing our planet through environmental sustainability.
We are currently accepting new CSA members for our Summer Session 2015. There is limited availability, so we recommend signing up early!
WHAT ARE BIODYNAMICS?
Biodynamic farming treats the farm as a complete living entity and so focuses on the relationships between various plants and animals. Nature takes advantage of this synergy by never growing one thing, so we emulate that diversity on the farm by growing a wide range of vegetables, fruits, and grains. We also raise different livestock, each serving a unique purpose. Learn more about biodynamics here.
WHAT'S IN A SHARE?
Not only do you get a lovely box of just picked, organic grown produce every week during our seasonal sessions, you get to have a garden, too. But here's the best part. We till, plant, weed and water the garden so all you have to do is harvest it!
Please click here to find out more about what's in a share.
Each week during our seasonal sessions, we offer u-pick fruits and vegetables for any who wish to come out and spend a little time here on our farm. Children love this!
Raspberries, cherry tomatoes, flower bouquets, snap peas, basil, parsley, beans, ground cherries, etc. We even had four pints of strawberries per family Memorial Day 2014 – that's 3 weeks before our season actually started! But with the warm spring strawberries were already ripe so our CSA members got to reap that bonus.
If you're looking for a CSA that provides wonderful, quality produce, we sure have that (and all of ours is grown right here at Jubilee Farm during our summer session). If you're looking for a little more, a place where you can pick organic produce at the peak stage of ripeness; Where you can kneel down in rich alluvial soil, brush the dirt off that fully ripe strawberry and sink your teeth into a flavor that just can't be experienced anywhere but a farm field, we are it.
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Note: This is the third installment in Farmer Erick's list of reflections on 2014. Catch up by reading the other installments! A sample of the herbal ley taken from a bale this winter.
Note: This is the second installment in Farmer Erick's list of reflections on 2014. Catch up by reading the first installment about the Tall Chief Golf Course. This was a significant year f
Many thanks to CSA member Heather L. for sharing her recipes and photos with us during the Fall Session! Please visit her blog, Kailyard Kitchen, to stay up-to-date with her culinary adventures