Millennium Farms

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2018 Winter Weekly Produce/CSA Program

Millennium Farms’ U-Choose, NO CHEMICALS / NO GMO

  • Our 23rd Season of Farming! Winter CSA (1/11 – 4/12) 14 weeks long. (You can join the current Fall program too! ask for details)

  • YOU CHOOSE WHAT IS IN EACH WEEK’S SHARE, via weekly emailed list of 15-35 items freshest that week.

  • Our famous* Chicken Eggs also available. Recipes utilizing that week’s produce emailed too.

  • Full Memberships are for 6 choices weekly; Plus members get 12 weekly; Half members get 6 every other week.



Winter CSA Choices include:                              

* up to 12 types of heirloom apples and pears; * up to 6 types of heirloom potatoes, including fingerlings

* all the best root vegetables including carrots, beets, parsnips and turnips; * brussels sprouts too!

* baby salad greens, spinach, arugula, spicy mix;* fresh herbs * up to nine kinds of heirloom winter squash

 * each 6 choice share is over $30 of produce, $60 for Plus shares

Full shares (6 weekly choices) are $400, Plus shares (12 weekly choices) are $760, and Half shares (6 choices every other week) are $230; or $439, $730 and $225 respectively by check or cash. Subscriptions are due before the first week of the CSA; for Full and Plus 50% can be paid at signing and the balance before the first CSA week. Shares will be delivered Tuesdays to pick-up locations throughout Clark County. For the sign-up form and more info: email .


Millennium Farms has been growing seasonal greens, vegetables and fruit for families, restaurants and institutions for over 20 years. It is a small family farm in the Ridgefield area, north of Vancouver, WA, owned and operated by Michael and Missy Stucky and their family. Michael’s family have centuries of growing experience, as he comes from a long line of Mennonite farmers. Notably, his great-grandfather was one of 10 Mennonite farmers to bring the very first hard red winter wheat to the U.S. in 1874, the grain from which most of our bread now is made. Millennium Farms has always used sustainable growing practices, uses no chemical sprays or fertilizers, and will never use GMO seed – in fact a majority of what they provide comes from heirloom varieties. They also have operated a nursery for over 20 years, offering many of the same plant starts they use for themselves in the field.       

 * Julia Child rated ours the best she ate!