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We are a small farm located in Thurston County, Washington
Enjoy our farm fresh local fruits and vegetables, the best that 3 Visions Farm has to offer! Our first Community Supported Agriculture program begins at the end of May 2023. You can preview and become part of our food family March 1st.
Our produce Is proudly distributed to locally through the non-profit assistance organization Haki Collective.
The soil benefits from no-till growing techniques and you. The consumer, benefits from local nutritional food. Our year round production of produce features greens, beans, and mushrooms but that’s only a sample.
The acreage of US Back-owned farms has declined below 4%. BIPOC & LGBTQ farmers admit concern of fair practices and discrimination as obstacles. 3 Visions Farm seeks collaborations to increase access to and best uses of affordable agricultural land.
3 Visions Farm promises to provide clean, affordable local produce and crafts to the South Puget Sound. We are a committed community member linked to global environmental concerns in the footsteps of the leaders of indigenous agriculture to remind us how to be proper caretakers of the land again. We commit ourselves to using the least in
3 Visions Farm promises to provide clean, affordable local produce and crafts to the South Puget Sound. We are a committed community member linked to global environmental concerns in the footsteps of the leaders of indigenous agriculture to remind us how to be proper caretakers of the land again. We commit ourselves to using the least invasive and most productive methods of food production. We further commit to teaching as we learn.
6-8 seasonable vegetable, herb and fruits $25.00 weekly for 13 or 26 weeks
Twice as much food product plus a little extra. $55.00 weekly for 13 or 26 weeks
1 week’s member box donated to Haki Collective hunger relief $25.00 each
20% off mushroom add-on’s the ENTIRE 2023 SEASON
You can choose your membership level and pick up your box of produce at our Olympia or Yelm drop-off for the weeks May 27-October 28. Each Friday in season you will get your form by email with the box list and any switch out options. Any form not received by Tuesday will result in a standard order with no substitutions. There will be an option to donate a week’s box to hunger relief efforts.
Giving small farmers access to capital at the beginning of the season helps offset the upfront costs of agriculture. Expanded irrigation, replacement tools, organic fertilizer, deer resistant fencing are some examples of what I plan to do and I believe it’s a good representation of how the CSA dollars are spent. CSA subscribers have months of seasonal, local produce with zero price fluctuations. You’ve already bought it!
You have the chance to give us blackout weeks. You can have up to 3 weeks reimbursement at the end of the season or you can donate any week to hunger relief. Any missed weeks above 3 will be automatically donated with no refund (waste reduction).
Food box drop off will be at the Haki Urban Farm 7027 Martin Way E. Olympia and in Yelm.
Farmers are constantly testing different varieties of fruits, vegetables and herbs. Sometimes it’s to see how a plant grows in our growing zone, maybe it’s to test the market for consumer interest. Often we only commit to a small growing space so there’s not enough product to advertise for sale. CSA subscribers will get first dibs on any small plot successes.
Follow our journey along on our YouTube channel!
The composer of Cocoagranola LLC's theme and a very talented artist! Check out his work here! https://soundcloud.com/peter-gray704
Contact us to discuss virtual and in person workshop options
We take part in the local community efforts to educate our youth in garden skills through Haki Collective
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