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WHY CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) cultivates a direct relationship between the farmer and the customer. By signing up for a CSA share you become a CSA member, and in turn you receive a regular portion of the season's harvest — vegetables, fruits, flowers, eggs, or meat, depending on the farm. The benefits of engaging in a CSA include eating fresh seasonal ingredients that are full of nutrients, supporting local food economies, and experiencing the meaningful connection of knowing the farmers who raise your food.

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THE RIVERBIRD CSA

May - October 2024

Riverbird CSA members receive delicious pasture raised chicken weekly or every other week May through October. For the 2024 season, we are offering CSA pick-ups in West Olympia, downtown Olympia, Tacoma, and direct from Riverbird Farm in Shelton. Prices for our whole chicken CSA shares are listed below. We also offer parted chicken shares for an additional butchering cost. Please find additional information on our CSA FAQ page.

For larger shares or bulk orders, please get in touch through our Contact page.

HALF SHARE

1 chicken every other week

12 chickens total

$390

FULL SHARE

1 chicken/week

24 chickens total

$780

PICK-UP SCHEDULE

Riverbird Farm (Sunday 4-7pm)

West Olympia (Sunday 4-7pm)

Olympia Farmers Market (Saturday 10am-3pm)

Proctor Farmers Market (Saturday 9am-2pm)

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CSA REVIEWS

“Love love love what you are doing. The quality of the birds is amazing. We utilized every bit of what we received from meals to broth to dog food. Nothing went to waste.”

- Rob J.

“The quality of their birds is without peer…We love their chickens so much that we purchased about 20 extra chickens to get through the winter! We will sign up for next year's CSA, and we both highly, highly recommend Riverbird Farm!”

- Scott & Lynda T.

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