Restoring the land and its people

Restoring the land and its people

Join the Harbor Roots CSA to receive a weekly box of fresh vegetables and herbs grown by people getting off the streets and out of jail in Grays Harbor County, WA

Mid June to October   |   $30 / week   |   Pick-ups in Olympia and Aberdeen

How it works


You buy into a share either on your own, or with friends, family, or neighbors. One share will give you enough veggies for 2-3 people


Each week on a designated day, the Harbor Roots farmers will pack up boxes and take them to St. John’s Episcopal Church in Olympia and Randall Street Community Garden in Aberdeen


Members pick up their box at the pick-up location that day, and leave the used box from the previous week


Habor Roots farmers take all extra produce to food banks in Grays Harbor County

What’s in a box?

While growing seasons can vary, you can expect an assortment of fresh greens, root veggies, and herbs throughout the season, along with recipe ideas specially created for that week’s box. We grow varieties of veggies that have been specifically cultivated for our rainy PNW climate. We are in the process of getting our organic certification and use all organic growing methods.

Each box contains enough veggies for 2-3 people.

Veggies & Herbs

Lettuce, carrots, potatoes, peas, radishes, brussel sprouts, swiss chard, squash, cucumbers, zucchinis, kale, tomatoes, broccoli, romanesco, spinach, cabbage, mint, cilantro oregano, rosemary, sage dill, peppermint, thyme, basil and parsley.

Pickle Packs

Some weeks we will have the extra option of ordering a pickle pack! The Harbor has a rich pickling tradition. Extend the life of your produce to enjoy it beyond the growing season. Pickle packs will include the basic ingredients you need to make various kinds of pickles from sauerkraut to beets with recipes and pickling equipment included.


Make a Payment

Our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) share is a baseline of $550 for approximately 5 months of produce delivered weekly to designated pick-up spots in Olympia and Aberdeen. That is approximately 20 boxes of produce for the season.

If able, we invite you to buy into a higher level share for your family, buy a share for the community, or donate!

For every dollar you spend above the baseline share amount, you are supporting us to…
– Make more fresh vegetables available to low-income people in Grays Harbor
– Provide counselors and case managers for our community
– Build more institutions like this one on the Harbor that revive our economy and provide people good living wage jobs  
– Organize for broader change in the county. We know that one farm won’t fix things around here, but it is the seed of change we need on our path to developing long-term solutions to poverty.

Buy into a share

Thank you

Our roots are deep, and we are ready to grow.

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