Community Supported Agriculture

The Seattle P-Patch Market Gardens at NewHolly and High Point have a CSA program. For 20 weeks from June to mid-October, the farmers handpick fresh, organic, seasonal produce. Subscribers pick up a bag(s) of 8 to 15 different items at one of the two gardens or at one of our off-site locations in Central and North Seattle. Download a subscription application in the right sidebar.

Extra Benefits of Subscribing to Seattle Market Gardens CSA Program

  • You help to guarantee an income for local gardeners.
  • You get to see where and how your fresh, organic produce is grown.
  • You get the opportunity to meet and develop a relationship with the farmer and learn from one another.


Full Share

  • 20 weeks
  • Feeds 4-6 adults
  • $500.00 = about $25.00 per week
  • $25.00 / week pro-rating available

Half Share

  • 20 weeks
  • Feeds 2-3 adults
  • $300.00 = about $15.00 per week
  • $15.00 / week pro-rating available

Weather determines when planting occurs and how fast each crop grows. Therefore, we may begin deliveries to you a week (or two) late and make up the deliveries at the end of the season. As a member of a community supported agriculture (CSA) program, we know you share the risk as well as the bounty with us. Subscriptions can all be pro-rated at any point in the season or for less than 20 weeks.

Locations & Pick Up

Seattle P-Patch Market Gardens are located in Southeast and Southwest Seattle. Produce can be picked up on-site at the gardens on Thursdays. Produce can also be picked up at our off-site locations in Central and North Seattle; days for pick-up vary by location.


High Point Market Garden
at 32nd Avenue SW and SW Juneau Street
Pick-up: On Thursdays from 5 – 7 p.m.
Early June to mid-October

NewHolly Market Garden
at 42nd South and South Rockery Drive
Pick-Up: Thursdays from 5 – 7 p.m.
Early June to mid-October

Off-Site Pick Up

St. Andrews Episcopal Church
111 NE 80th Street
Saturdays from 10 am to 4:30 pm
Early June to mid-October

University Congregational United Church of Christ
(for church members only)
4515 16th Ave. NE
Sundays from 9 am to 12 pm
Early June to mid-October

Vacations and Holidays

The CSA subscriptions are delivered on holidays – July 4 and Labor Day.  Subscribers are asked to provide ample notice if unable to pick up their share. Their options for holidays and vacations are: 1) pick up as usual, 2) opt to have us deliver the share to a Food Bank, or 3) hold the share and have a double-delivery on another week.

Our Gardeners

Seattle P-Patch Market Gardens are cultivated by excellent gardeners who grow high-quality produce using only organic compost, organic fertilizer and water. Most are immigrants, primarily from Southeast Asia and East Africa. Besides supplemental income, the gardens provide food for gardeners' families and friends, a sense of community, and promote healing for those who have experienced stress in their countries. You can meet the gardeners at the gardens during the pick-up times listed above. If you wish to arrange an alternate time, contact Bunly Yun, P-Patch garden coordinator, at (206) 240-2093.


Jenifer Chao, Director
Address: 600 4th Avenue, 4th Floor, Seattle, WA , 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 94649, Seattle, WA, 98124-4649
Phone: (206) 684-0464
Fax: (206) 233-5142

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