Payments apply to a set number of boxes. If boxes are remaining at the end of the year, they carry over to the next year. Boxes are forfeited if notice is not recieved before 48 hours of pickup day, due to the need to plan and pack beforehand. Refunds are not accepted. Missing boxes due to the box not being available on pickup day at the specified pickup location will not count towards the customer’s number of boxes recieved. Errors must be presented to Magic Bean Farm for correction when they happen.
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Seattle's Urban Farm
Welcome to your vibrant Seattle CSA farm in the city! Magic Bean Farm grows lush gardens of vegetables, herbs, and flowers in yards and other available spaces to nurture ecological, nutrient dense food that is both tasty and healthy.
Receive a box full of tasty vegetables and herbs every week during the season. A newsletter goes out with updates and pictures from the farm, as well as suggestions for using your fresh veggies. Delicious hand grown, real food fresh from the fields!
"Wonderful produce, and definitely the best value out of all the CSA programs I've participated in. Last year we got so many heirloom varieties...and the quality and freshness were amazing! You can tell that a lot of love is put into this farm :)" - Ashley Utskot, subscriber
"First of all, I have to tell you that the produce you brought to us in our first box was fabulous! They made the best salad we have eaten in years!!" Andrea L., subscriber
Start Your CSA Subscription Today!
Mid-Season! Our half share boxes are perfect for a small family or couple without overwhelming you! Pickup weekly. Sign up today for your 12 box mid-season subscription! Be sure to choose your pickup location!
WHAT ARE CSA FARM SUBSCRIPTIONS?
A CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, and arose from the idea that the community around a farm supports the farm. They help by buying a share of the harvest early in the year when the farmer needs it most.
A farmer has to invest a lot in seed, starts, equipment, labor, and more months before a single harvest is ready. That is a lot of uncertainty and risk. The community decides to become a part of the farm by becoming shareholders for the year. They provide the essential needs to get the farm year started, while receiving their share of the harvest when crops start to mature.