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At the Farm Store
Tuesday through Sunday,
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
1865 East Anderson Rd., Sequim
Inside the farm store, customers find
our wide assortment of vegetables and fruit, as well as locally produced
value-added products such as bread, honey, T-shirts, and jewelry.
Nash has sold continuously at the Port Angeles Farmers' Market since 1979. The Market has grown considerably since then. It is open on Saturdays, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the County Courthouse parking lot, and during the summer months in the Red Lion Hotel parking lot, close to the Port Angeles City Pier on Wednesday evenings from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Come and enjoy the fresh produce and great crafts of the Farmers Market, then take a leisurely walk on the pier and enjoy live music and dancing!
Courthouse Parking Lot, 4th and Peabody
Port Angeles, Washington
Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., year 'round
Townsend Farmers Market
Downtown Port Townsend, Saturday mornings, starting in April.
Sequim Farmers Market
Downtown Sequim, Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., May to October
PCC Natural Markets (PCC) in the Seattle area is an important part of our market. A large share of the farm's harvest is sold at the PCC stores. We harvest on order for them, and it is trucked to Seattle shortly after, so what you find on their produce rack is absolutely fresh.
For over 50 years, Puget Sound residents have joined together through PCC Natural Markets to improve the quality and nutrition of foods available, educate themselves about food and environmental issues, and create a marketplace for local, organically grown foods. Nash's Produce thanks PCC for its support and congratulates its board, its staff, and especially its members for their vision and dedication to sustainable agriculture.
For more information on PCC Natural Markets, visit http://www.pccnaturalmarkets.com.
The Farm Share Program
Originally called CSAs (for Community Supported Agriculture), farm share programs began as a food-for-labor exchange about 20 years ago in New England. Today, many organic farmers sell shares in their upcoming harvest in the early spring, providing them the cash for spring planting and equipment. During the course of the harvest season, the share purchaser receives a weekly box of fresh, organic vegetables. Through closer involvement with the farmer, the share purchasers develop a deeper relationship with the land where their food is grown, and come to a better understanding how their food is produced.
A share with Nash's Produce Farm Share Program should feed a family of four (two if you are vegetarian). Harvest starts mid-June to early July and lasts until Christmas for a total of 25 boxes. Each box contains a balanced representation of that week's harvest, with 11 to 13 different vegetables, from leafy greens to many types of root crops. Please refer to the Seasonal Chart for an approximation (weather permitting) of our harvest expectations.
Clallam County Farm Share members can pick up their weekly box at the Port Angeles or Sequim Markets (see above), or directly at the farm when it is open for retail. The box may also be delivered anywhere within a 20-mile radius of the farm for an additional charge. If you are interested in participating this coming year, please contact Kia Kozun, Farm Share Coordinator, at (360) 681-7458, or at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Another alternative for smaller families is the Nash Bucks program. Save 12% on your fresh organic produce by buying a Nash Bucks certificate. Use it as a running tally of your farm purchases. That way you can purchase only what you want and save as you do it! Call Kia for more information.
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