"Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) reflects an innovative strategy to connect local farmers with local customers; develop a regional food supply and strong economy; maintain a sense of community; encourage land stewardship; and honor the knowlege and experience of growers and producers working with small to medium size farms."
                                                   Robyn Van En,  co-founded CSA in the U.S. in 1985

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 310 Salt Creek Rd. Port Angeles, WA  98363

Welcome to Salt Creek Farm
     Community Food Security since 1993

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While we rail about coal, and gasoline, and diesel, and jet fuel, the biggest part of the problem is sitting at our dinner tables. 
                   North Olympic Land Trust  Farmers of the Year 2018 and  2016      Alana Linderoth photo
To quote William Albrecht "May rocks their silence break and speak nationally through a better knowledge of soil for food as the basis of national health and thereby a national strength for the prevention of war and for the simplest road to peace. Our future national strength must rest in our soils."- The Albrecht Papers, Vol.I

Of all the paths you have to take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.    John Muir

Myth 1: Large-Scale agriculture feeds the world today.
Myth 2: Large farms are more efficient than small farms.
Myth 3: Conventional farming is necessary to feed the world.
Myth 4: Organic farming is inherently sustainable.