Example of a summer CSA share

Our CSA registration begins January 1st, 2015.  Thank you all for supporting Jess and I, and our small farm.


Your Contribution (Please read carefully!)

In order to reserve your share we require a $250 deposit that is non-refundable and is applied toward the total cost of the CSA.  The deposit is due within two weeks of submitting the CSA member contract.  Once your deposit of $250 is received we will send you a confirmation email welcoming you to our CSA program.

We encourage those members who can, to pay more than the deposit upon signing up,  to help your farmers absorb the initial expenses that happen at the beginning of the season.

Is it important to sign up early? Yes! It is important to sign up and pay for your share as early as possible for two reasons: to reserve your CSA share, as shares are limited and our memberships fills up every year, and to help your farmers absorb the initial expenses in the beginning of the season.



Example of a a Fall CSA share



















(Step 1) Fill out the CSA Member Contract



Late Summer CSA share


(Step 2) Send a Check or Make Payment

Make it out to ‘Working Hands Farm’ and send it to 7705 SW River Rd. Hillsboro, OR 97123.  If you want to pay with a check in person, you can come drop it off in person.  This is a great way to meet your farmers.  Please send us an email to working handsfarm @ to arrange a time to drop off your payment.

Note: For farm tours, we extend that opportunity to our members during the growing season and will have a set date for that in June.  Other visits, such as volunteer opportunities, pumpkin picking etc will come up throughout the season as well.

Please be mindful of the payment deadlines as your contribution is what allows us to absorb the initial costs of farming months before the CSA season begins and it is for this reason that we do not prorate our shares.  The earlier we receive our members contributions the better we can plan and ensure a bountiful harvest season.


Thank you for supporting local farms!