The Eastmont Community Garden is located beside CVCH Express Care Clinic on the corner of 9th and Eastmont Ave in East Wenatchee. This a cooperative effort between Columbia Valley Community Health and the WSU Chelan County Master Gardeners.
The E. Lorene Young Community Garden is hosted by the Wenatchee River Institute at Commercial and 12th St in Leavenworth.
There are two organic Community Gardens that are administered by the City of Wenatchee’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department. Garden plots are located at the Wenatchee Community Center at 504 S. Chelan Ave and at Kiwanis Methow Park at 420 Methow St. Click here to download program information and an application form. Click here to download a Spanish version of the information.
The WSU Chelan County Master Gardeners began developing this Community Education Garden in 2010. The garden is located at 1100 North Western Avenue in Wenatchee. It is an outdoor learning environment for demonstrating and teaching sustainable gardening practices. In 2021, you can usually find Master Gardeners working here Friday mornings. Stop by to talk to us. Read more about this garden.
Upper Valley Mend's Community Harvest gleaning program mobilizes volunteers to harvest excess or unmarketable produce from local farms, orchards, and backyards. They distribute these fresh, local fruits and vegetables to emergency food providers in Chelan and Douglas counties, including their own Community Cupboard.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs)
Isaac and Jennifer started Big Sage in 2016 on organic family farmland in Othello, WA. Their vision was to build a farm system that could be sustainable in all senses of the word; for the land, the people working it, the long term financial viability of a business and for the community supporting it.
CSA options: Thrifty, Regular and Large Box options, from June through October.
Pickup location: Big Sage offers multiple drop sites to choose from, Othello, Moses Lake, Wenatchee, Tri-Cities, and Wenatchee.
Growing practices: WSDA Certified Organic. Isaac has a degree in Organic Ag Systems and Sustainable Soil Science. Uses sustainable growing practices such as cover cropping.
You can also find Big Sage Organics at the Wenatchee Farmer’s Market.
Started in Wenatchee by Kevin and Miranda, Easley is a 2-person, bio-intensive, regenerative urban farm.
Products: Produce, with the option to add on eggs
CSA options: Half share (11 weeks) or Full share (22 weeks)
Pickup location: At the farm (1905 Mulberry Ln, Wenatchee)
Growing Practices: Follows organic principles, No-Till farming, Cover Cropping, Crop Rotation
You can also find Easley Farms at the Wenatchee Farmer’s Market.
Started by Alex and Kim in Cashmere, WA and engage in sustainable farming.
Products: Produce, flowers
CSA options: Full season (22 weeks), or choose to participate in one of three 7-week seasons: Spring (May22-July3), Summer (July10-Aug21), Fall (Sept4-Oct16). For flowers, choose from a small or large share for a 13-week period.
Pickup location: Farm stand in Cashmere (Saturdays, 9am-1pm, at Pioneer & Weatherend Rd) or the Cashmere Farmers market on Sundays.
Growing practices: sustainable practices
You can also find Overwinter Farm’s wares at their farm stand in Cashmere on Saturdays 9am-1pm, located at the intersection of Pioneer Dr and Weatherend Rd, or at the Cashmere Farmers Market
The aptly named Radix Farm (radix is the root word of radical and Latin for “root”) was founded in Malaga in 2015 by Deb and Graham. Deb graduated from Whitman with a biology degree and a passion for bees and small scale farming; she went on to work on organic farms across the country before starting her own. Deb and Graham have a passion for “eating at its roots” and are also using the farm to help educate students.
Products: Produce, option to add-on eggs
CSA options: Small or Full shares. Spring (4 weeks), Summer (22 weeks) and Fall (2 weeks) options.
Pickup: Weekly on Thursdays, at the farm (2753 W Malaga Rd, Malaga, WA) or in Wenatchee (local address given to those who sign up). There is also an option for pick-up at Central Washington Hospital.
Growing practices: Certified organic
You can also find Radix Farm at the Wenatchee Farmer’s Market.
Rhubarb Market has a year-round supply of various goods from across North Central WA - from coffee to preserves, sauerkraut to honey. Their CSA is sourced from several local farmers in the area.
Products: Produce, with an option to add salad greens, coffee, eggs or flowers.
CSA options: Two sizes, Basic or Produce Lovers. Can also opt for a Full Season (22 weeks) or half season (11 weeks).
Pickup: weekly at Rhubarb Market, 10 N Wenatchee Ave, on Wednesdays or Thursdays
Growing practices: Sourcing is 99% organic
Rhubarb Market is also open year round at 10 N Wenatchee Ave.