With your help, we plant crops in our Land Partners‘ yards

We use urban land to grow beautiful, tasty vegetables for you

We sell food to our neighbors through our CSA and farm stand

           food  grown  in  your  neighborhood!

photoCity Grown Seattle is a distributed, urban vegetable farm with a mission to supply you with a full variety of ultra-local, ultra-delicious, sustainably grown produce in a way that works for your lifestyle.

It is our primary goal to bring people closer to the source of their food.  We believe that with your help, we can grow food for our neighbors right here in our neighborhood.

City Grown exists with the intention to feed Seattle from Seattle. We grow and sell veggies in several Seattle neighborhoods, turning underutilized land into productive food-growing space to feed our neighbors. The land we grow on is primarily backyards. The people we feed could be YOU.

join us

Buy a share.  Our unique CSA model does away with weekly boxes.  Buy a share of our produce and we will reward you with free choice of all of our offerings, lots of little extras, and the ability to visit your vegetables where they grow without leaving your neighborhood.  Our CSA for 2016 will be available soon.  Contact us to get on our waiting list.  Learn more on our CSA Page.

Volunteer your time.  Participate in work parties, help out on harvest days, or help us with business development.  Learn more on our Get Involved Page.

Just stop by. We sell our city-grown produce both at our home farm on Eastern Ave in Wallingford, and at the Wallingford Farmers Market.   Dates, times, and more details on our “where to buy” Page.

Become a Land Partner.  We are always looking for space in Seattle to grow our farm.   Our land partners get plenty of veggies in exchange for the use of their space.  If you or someone you know has a potential space and would like to be involved in this way, please read this post first and then get in touch!

Thanks for supporting your neighborhood farm!


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