Urban Eden Farm gives residents access to locally-grown, fresh produce each week
SPOKANE, Wash. — Urban Eden Farm is a family-owned farm in the City of Spokane, in the Vinegar Flats neighborhood, 5 minutes from the Davenport Hotel.
They consider themselves a community-supported farm because volunteers work at the farm each week and residents can participate in a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) membership where they pay for a season’s worth of produce to pick up each week.
Some summer vegetables growing right now include walking onions, beets, edible flowers, fava beans, lettuce mix, snap peas, kale, chard, collards, rhubarb, sun shoots, garlic scapes and more.
The farm operates from mid-March to October each year and is located at 2121 S Cherry St.
Right now, the CSA program is full, but it goes on until September and you can join a waiting list.
But you can still come down to the farm every Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon to purchase some produce!
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