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CSA

RicXeco'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. Community Supported Agriculture is a way to share both the rewards and the risks of farming. With the purchase of a CSA share, members invest in the farm before the season begins. This revenue allows the farmer to make needed purchases at the start of the season. In return, members receive a portion of our harvest each week - the freshest, most wholesome produce available, often picked the day it is delivered.

Every week's box comes with a Farm Newsletter with updates about the farm, a list of box contents, and ideas for recipes.

Dates

Our CSA season runs for 21 weeks. From mid-June through October

Share Price

Full Share (feeds 4-6 people) $600
Half Share (feeds 2-3 people) $400
Add a dozen of our free range eggs to your share weekly for $115

Application & Payment Options

Members can purchase a CSA share by completing and application and sending in payment either by mail or via Paypal. To pay by Paypal, please fill out the application and email it to us at sales@ricxeco.com. We will then send you a link for Paypal payment. To pay by mail, please fill out the application and send with a check to the following address:
RicXeco Farm
6703 272nd St NE
Arlington, WA 98223
Our application can be found at: Click Here!

We offer the option of paying for your share in full or in two equal installments. Full or First payment is due at sign up. Second payment is due August 1st.

Pick-Up Locations

On-Farm: Stanwood, WA Tuesdays 3-6 pm

Arlington (Bryant) Saturdays 10 am - 3 pm

Shoreline: Saturdays 10am - 3pm (at Farmers Market)

Wallingford: Mondays or Wednesdays 3pm - 7pm TBD

Everett: Mondays 4pm-7pm

Mukilteo - Still working out details. Should be Wednesday 3-7 pm

Sample Boxes
We work hard to provide you with a changing variety of items.  Each week's box contains 7-10 items. Typically they include 2-3 salad greens, a cooking green, a hearty root, a few items that can be eaten fresh (without cooking) and a mix of special items that are in season at the time. We try to keep menu planning in mind and rotate through the produce growing in the field.

June:
Butter Lettuce
Red or Green Leaf Lettuce
Purple Top Turnips
Rainbow Chard
Sugar Snap Peas
Parsley
Bok Choy

July/August:
Romaine Lettuce
Kale
Broccoli
Carrots
Green Beans
Heirloom Tomatoes
Walla Walla Sweet Onions
Cucumber
Zucchini
Basil/Dill

September/October:
Salad Mix
Cabbage
Golden Beet
Shallots
Delicata Squash
Pumpkin
Eggplant
Potatoes
Rosemary/Thyme