Address: 32nd Avenue SW and SW Juneau Street, Seattle WA 98126 / (206) 240-2093
About Us / High Point Market Garden History: On-Site Pick-Up: Wednesdays from 5 pm to 7 pm\nThis location operates May 21st to October 15th\n\nSeattle Market Gardens is a partnership between in-city farmers and consumers resulting in weekly deliveries of high-quality, farm-fresh, organic produce during the growing season.\n\nIn 2007 Seattle Market Gardens provided produce for approximately 60 households over 22 weeks. It currently has two community supported agriculture (CSA) gardens located and farmed by residents in Southeast and Southwest Seattle.\n\nSeattle Market Gardens' mission is to help establish safe, healthy communities and economic opportunity through development of CSA enterprises in low-income neighborhoods.\nHow do you subscribe?\n\nYou can subscribe now by filling out an application and sending it (see application for mailing address) — or if you need more information you can contact Michelle Jones, Seattle Market Gardens' Marketing Manager at email@example.com.\nWho runs Seattle Market Gardens?\n\nSeattle Market Gardens is a collaboration between the non-profit P-Patch Trust and the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods' P-Patch Community Gardening Program.\n\nProviding organic gardening space for 200 families, the P-Patch Cultivating Communities Program, which began in 1995, now has twelve community gardens within four mixed-income Seattle Housing Authority communities (Rainier Vista, Yesler Terrace, High Point, and NewHolly) and in the non-profit housing community Mt. Baker Village Apartments. The P-Patch Community Gardening Program works closely with the respective community councils and neighborhood groups to set priorities for garden development.\n\nP-Patch Trust markets produce subscriptions for the three Seattle Market Gardens, serves as the fiscal agent and provides financial support.\n\nThe Department of Neighborhoods provides staff to work with low-income communities to develop and manage the gardens.