Become a Veggie Box Member
We want to be your CSA! It is all about community and the Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Cooperative, a nonprofit farmers cooperative, is truly a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) effort in that we connect you, the health-conscious consumer with our local farmers to create an impressive weekly locally grown veggie box (with egg and fruit add-ons available) for you and your loved ones.
What differentiates our CSA from others is that we work to support more than 25 farmers living and working in the Snoqualmie Valley (just minutes from Seattle) as a nonprofit organization; to help build a sustainable economic model for our farming community; and to bring you the most fresh, nutritious and wholesome local produce (including eggs and fruit) to the greater Seattle area. You can help support our farming community through your Veggie Box subscription (add-on’s available) or make a donation of a Veggie Box to a charitable organization. You can be assured we are committed to the careful stewardship of our farms, growing responsibly, and dedicated to working in harmony with nature.
The Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Coop Veggie Box is a unique way to get the very best of local produce while supporting a farmer-owned, farmer-run cooperative. Each week, our cooperative selects the best veggies from our 25+ farmer-members to provide you with a box that is unmatched in its quality, variety, freshness and delicousness!
What is a Winter Veggie box Membership?
A Winter Veggie Box Membership buys you 10 weeks of locally grown, carefully-curated produce that is delivered to a pick up site near you!
Dates: From December 6th to February 27th, with 3 weeks off during the holidays (December 20th, 27th and January 3rd), you'll receive your weekly box of produce with a newsletter including recipes and tips on how to best enjoy your diverse array of veggies.
Box Contents: Each week, your box will contain 6-9 seasonal produce items, primarily vegetables. While it’s winter, we will still be delivering a diversity of deliciousness. Most weeks it will contain at least one variety of: squash; an allium, like garlic, shallots or onions; a couple root vegetables, such as carrots, beets, turnips, radish, or potatoes; dark leafy greens (such as kale, collard greens, or chard), and often some variety of potato. We will include local fruit when it is available.
If you'd like to know what types of vegetables grow in our valley, the "Eat What's In Season" section of this Savor Snoqualmie Valley Brochure should help.
Winter Sample Box: 1 bunch of Chiogga Beets, 1 Cone Cabbage, 1 lb. Hakurei Turnips, 1/2 lb. Dutch Golden Shallots, 1 bunch Curly Kale, 1.5 lbs. Purple Potatoes, 1/2 lb. Shiitake Mushrooms, 1 Butternut Squash
OPTIONS: Egg Add-On
This year, we're offering a delicious, local egg add-on to make a well-rounded produce box that will feed your family well for 10 weeks. We've partnered with the Skylight Farms, to give you a choice of 6 or 12 eggs/week when you purchase the Egg Share.
Pick Up Locations:
Burien (Pickled & Preserved Market and Deli):546 SW 152nd St
Bellevue/Redmond (Pagliacci - Crossroads): 15238 Bel-Red Rd
Carnation/Duvall, (Goose & Gander Farm)
Fall City (30925 SE 36th Street)
Kenmore (Pagliacci - Bothell Way): 6504 NE Bothell Way
Kirkland (Pagliacci - Bridle Trails): 13005 NE 70th Place
Kirkland (Pagliacci - Juanita): 11640 98th Ave. NE
North Bend/Snoqualmie - (Mt. Si Sports and Fitness)
Redmond (CrossFit PTV) 17455 NE 67th Ct #110
Redmond/Bellevue (Pagliacci - Crossroads): 15238 Bel-Red Rd
Seattle (Pagliacci - Lake City Way): 8024 15th Ave. NE
Seattle (Pagliacci - North Capitol Hill), 2400 10th Ave. E
Seattle (Central Coop - Capital Hill, 1600 E Madison St)
Seattle (Pioneer Square - Cone & Steiner, 135 S King St.)
Seattle (Pagliacci - Columbia City): 4901 Rainier Ave S
King Co Employees - Columbia Public Health Clinic
King Co Employees - Environmental Lab (Eastlake)
King Co Employees - King Street Center
King Co Employees - Maleng Regional Justice Center (Kent)
King Co Employees - Roads Maintenance, Bldg A (Renton)
King Co Employees – Elections (Renton)
King Co. Employees – KCD (Renton)
King Co Employees – RCECC (Renton)
King Co Employees - South Base (Tukwila)
How to Pay:
If you're ready to check out and want to pay online, you can shop here. If the cost is an issue for you, we offer the option to pay in 3 equal installments over the course of the season. There is more information about paying in installments here. Please note: the cost of the CSA and add-ons contains a 3% credit card processing fee if you're paying online.
If you prefer to skip the fees and pay by check instead, fill out this membership form and mail your accompanying payment to:
Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Coop ATTN: CSA Membership PO Box 324
Carnation, WA 98014
We'll send you an email confirming your membership upon receipt of payment.
What DOes it mean to be a veggie box member?
A Veggie Box membership is a unique relationship between you and the Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Cooperative. As a cooperative, we commit to providing you with the best selection of locally grown produce. We are committed to healthy food, a healthy planet, and food safety.
When you become a member, you reap the benefits of farmers love for their work. And like any good relationship, there are commitments from both parties! As a member, we ask you to commit to:
Pick up your box each week at your site during the allotted time window (you’ll receive confirmations and reminders by email).
Leave the wax box your veggies come in at the pick-up site and bring a bag to transfer your veggies to. If you take your wax box with you, return it to your pick-up site the following week so that we can reuse it.
Call or notify us if you cannot pick up your box. A friend or neighbor can always pick up on your behalf. If nobody picks up your veggies, they will be donated or redistributed.
Share your feedback, farm experiences and recipes with us on Facebook or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Select Your Veggie Box and Add-ons:
Where is the Snoqualmie Valley?
Situated at the base of the Cascade Foothills, the Snoqualmie Valley runs from North Bend up to the confluence of the Skykomish and Snoqualmie Rivers at Monroe. Its special status as a flood-way makes it home to incredibly productive farmland. Located just 25 miles from Seattle, the Snoqualmie Valley is one of the metropolitan area's closest actively farmed areas. Learn more here!
Can I visit the Farms?
Yes! The Savor Snoqualmie Valley Brochure provides a map and other information about how to come out for a visit. We also plan to host a farm tour for our CSA members in the fall.