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Pink Moon Farm 2020 CSA Interest
Below is a quick little survey to get contact info, location, and confirm deposits for a CSA share from Pink Moon Farm.
What is CSA?
CSA stands for community supported agriculture--it's a neat system where you (the eater) pay for part of the harvest a head of time, and I (the farmer) get you those vegetables each week for an agreed upon time period. It's sort of like a vegetable subscription service :) Economically, this helps support the farm as it provides a guaranteed income and steady cash flow. It also helps with feedback, connection, and building relationships between farms and eaters.
Time frame: 19 weeks (Week of June 22 to Week of Oct 26)
Cost: Full share (3-4 people): $600, Half Share (1-2 people): $300
Payment is due either half, or in full by June 1st, 2019. Early bird discount of 10% for folks who sign up between Oct 31 and Feb 1. T4T discount also available! Please make sure to check these off if they apply to you.
There are limited spots for reduced cost shares, work shares, and trades. Arrangements for any of those options need to be made ahead of time. Please get in touch or leave a comment on this survey if that's something you're interested in.
Where Can I Pick Up My Share?
- Tacoma (Ruston Way) on Sunday 11am and 3pm
- Capitol Hill (Gay City) on Monday between 4pm and 7pm
- Tacoma (South Tacoma or Broadway Farmers Market, to be confirmed), TBD date and time
What's in a share?
Check out Pink Moon's Instagram for images of shares. Here a few samples of half-shares from 2019:
Spring (June thru mid July): Broccoli, head lettuce, radishes, garlic scapes, 1 pint of peas
Summer (July through mid September): 1lb beans, 2 cucumbers, 1lb of potatoes, 1 bunch of Swiss chard
Fall (September through end of October): 1 bunch leeks, 1 bunch carrots, 2 delicata squash, 1 bunch collard greens, 2 heads of garlic
Add-ons include: eggs, lamb, and chicken all from the farm for an additional cost. CSA members get first shot at these items.
Get in touch at
if you have any questions!
What's Your Name?
What location could you come pick up a share at?
Tacoma (South Tacoma or Downtown, TBD)
What's an email that works for you? The farm sends a weekly newsletter of quick updates and CSA box contents.
Are you interested in a work-share?
In 2020 Pink Moon hopes to host 2 work shares--these are for folks that are able to give at least 1 day every two weeks to work on the farm for 8 hours. Free share, plus farm lunch.
Check your top 5 favorites (grown on the farm!) from below:
Check your 5 (or fewer) least favorites (grown on the farm) from below:
What size share are you interested in?
Interested in any extras? Someone from the farm will follow up about separate payment and confirmation.
Egg full share ($120 for eggs every week)
Egg half share ($60 for every other week of eggs)
Pasture Raised Lamb (inquire for details, typically delivered end of November)
Goat Cheese from Mountain Lodge Farm (chevre and hard cheese available at $6/unit, monthly sign up required, not EBT/SNAP eligible at this time)
Any discounts that apply to you?
Early Bird (10% off, deposit by Feb 1)
T4T discount (10% off, deposit by regular deadline)
We are in the process of setting up EBT/SNAP payments for our boxes. To use EBT/SNAP for our CSA, we will take weekly payment when you come pick up your share. Our commitment is to set this process up by mid-April. We ask EBT/SNAP members to make a deposit of $40 for a half share, and $80 for a full share. This deposit is the rough cost of 3 weeks of boxes. The full deposit will be returned if members miss no more than 4 pick ups (you can miss one free of charge!).
EBT/SNAP is eligible for use on our produce boxes and egg shares. At this time we cannot accept EBT/SNAP for our goat cheese partnership or meat deposits.
Interested in using EBT/SNAP?
Thank you! See below for payment instructions.
Payment for shares can be sent via PayPal to
or by check to the farm's address (7115 340th St E Eatonville WA 98328).
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