Fall/Winter/Spring CSA

Know your farmer, grow your community.

Do you feel connected to your food system?

Hi! We’re the Haakenson family: Farmers David, Kristin, Micah, Grace, & Fern. We’re the second (and third!) generations caring for this special patch of land in Carnation, Washington – just 45 minutes east of Seattle.

So many folks feel like there’s a gap between them and their food system.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) bridges the gap.

During the Fall, Winter, and Spring months, we feature three CSA seasons, each one being 8 weeks long. During these CSA seasons, members subscribe up-front to receive a box of delicious produce each week for the duration of the season. That allow you to continue to enjoy fresh, organic produce all year long, all the while supporting your local farmers.

You can subscribe to one or more of these CSA seasons – it’s up to you! This is a great way to try out a CSA, or to keep continuity with local eating during the colder months.

● Fall Session (8 weeks): November through December

● Winter Session (8 weeks): February through Mid-April

● Spring Session (8 weeks): Mid-April through May

How our Fall/Winter/Spring CSAs work


When you connect to Jubilee with a Fall, Winter, and/or Spring CSA membership, you’re subscribing up-front to a weekly share of produce for 8 weeks per CSA season.

You can choose between two different share types, and you can choose from a variety of delivery depots in Seattle and the Eastside.

We pack your box

Each week, we pack your CSA box with fresh, local produce – either grown here at Jubilee Farm with organic farming methods, or grown by our certified Organic regional neighbors.

You pick up your box

Every Wednesday from noon – 7 pm, your CSA box will be available at your chosen depot.

Enjoy & create!

We provide weekly Boxletters filled with tips & recipes to help you make the most of your produce each week, and you’ll also have access to our Cultivating Community Facebook group, where you can chat with other CSA members about recipes & ideas.

Although we started after Winter Session last year, I feel like we have gotten a good feel for the various foods we will enjoy through your farm.  I never liked to cook, and mealtimes were very stressful for me.  That was until I started getting your farm boxes.  Now I look forward every week to Wednesday and figuring out what we are going to eat based on the veggies we receive.  You have given me a new excitement for food, and I always pass along your praises (and CSAs in general) to anyone who will listen.

  • CSA Member Emily B.

What’s included in a Fall/Winter/Spring CSA membership?

● Weekly share of produce (for 8 weeks per CSA session) grown either here at Jubilee Farm with organic farming methods, or grown by our certified Organic regional neighbors

● Jubilee Farm eggs from our happy, pastured hens!

● Weekly Boxletter filled with tips, recipes, and updates from the farm

● Access to our Cultivating Community Facebook group, where CSA members share recipe ideas and tips

What’s in a weekly share?

The shares during these “off-season” sessions will primarily contain the hearty vegetables and fruit that these months offer our region. The produce will either come from Jubilee Farm or will be purchased from other farms that are Certified Organic.  We aim to source all of our produce from WA/OR farms, but during the tightest months we do sometimes reach out to CA farms as well.  These boxes will feature a variety of storage crops like carrots, beets, potatoes, turnips, onions etc. as well as hearty greens such as kale or collards.  We often include locally grown mushrooms, microgreens, and our own eggs to provide some variety.  As Spring approaches, we begin to see more tender greens like arugula and cool-weather crops like radishes and herbs.

Fall/Winter/Spring Membership Plans


The Full Share is designed to meet the basic needs of a family of four or those folks who like to eat vegetables.  The cost of delivery is included in this price.

$325 for 8 weeks 


The Three Quarter Share is designed to meet the basic needs of 2 adults or a family with one or two small children; it contains about 25% less produce than a Full Share. The cost of delivery is included in this price.

$250 for 8 weeks 


How does delivery work?

Depot pick-up

Every Wednesday during your CSA session, your box of fresh produce is available at your selected depot from noon – 7 pm. If you can’t make it in time to grab your box on Wednesday, it’ll be out again on Thursday from 8 am till noon.

When you come to pick up your box, we ask that you drop off the previous week’s empty box so that we can keep reusing it.

Enjoy & create!

Included in your box is our weekly Boxletter, which is filled with recipes and tips designed to help you make the most of your box each week.

You’ll also have access to our Cultivating Community group on Facebook, where you can chat with other CSA members & get recipe ideas!


  • Carnation (Downtown)
  • Duvall
  • Newport Hills
  • Fall City
  • Beaver Lake/Sammamish Plateau
  • Kirkland (near Downtown, Central Way and Market St)
  • Klahanie
  • Issaquah
    (Downtown and at Gemini Fish Market)
  • Redmond Ridge 
    (Turnstone neighborhood)
  • Snoqualmie Ridge


  • Ballard
  • Mercer Island 
    (Downtown, 77th Ave SE & SE 27th)
  • Mt. Baker
    (near Mt. Baker Community Club)
  • North Ravenna
  • Queen Anne
  • North Capitol Hill
  • West Seattle 
    (near Genesee Elementary)

Join the Conversation


      1. We went today with our kids to get pumpkins! The atmosphere there was great and we all had a wonderful time. The boys of course loved the trebuchet! Thanks for a great day!


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