Community Supported Agriculture Program
20 Week Program - June 19th through October 30th
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Our online Add-On Store opens Thursday and closes Sunday at 4 p.m. Choose from a variety of add-ons from milk, eggs, honey, bread, scones, jam, and even a bouquet of flowers. Your add-ons will be packaged and ready for your Wednesday pick up. Make sure to check the store each week to see what's new.
Add-ons must be made by 4 p.m. Sunday.
Not only do you get fresh produce, but your PIKE BOX includes recipes, storage tips, and easy preparation ideas to help make the most of your fruits and vegetables. You can also visit our online store weekly and choose from a variety of add-ons -- from milk and honey to bread, jam, and even a bouquet of flowers to your box.
- Pike Box Produce Storage Guide
- Week 1 Fresh Sheet
- Week 2 Fresh Sheet
- Week 3 Fresh Sheet
- Week 4 Fresh Sheet
- Week 5 Fresh Sheet
Please contact the Pike Box team at email@example.com, or your office site coordinator.
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About Pike Box CSA
"CSA" stands for "Community Supported Agriculture," a partnership between farmers and consumers. Pike Box is an opportunity for community members to invest in a "share" of local farms by signing up for a season’s worth of fresh produce that is sourced from our Pike Place Market farmers.
The produce is packed by Pike Place Market staff and dedicated volunteers, and then conveniently delivered to participating offices, work places, or community centers each week. Pike Box pick-up is also available right here at the MarketFront Plaza. Come down, pick up your share, and enjoy the weekly CSA events.
The Pike Box CSA program supports local farmers in growing their businesses by opening additional sales channels, connecting them with new customers, and allowing them to experiment with new crops and varieties.
- Learn more on our FAQ sheet
The Pike Box program is operated by Pike Place Market PDA. Supported by the Pike Place Market Foundation and WSDA's Specialty Crop Block Grant Program.