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Community Supported Agriculture

Casa Cano CSA

When we started our farm ten years ago we set out with the ambition to grow the healthiest food that we could, in the best ways for the planet, and to connect people to the food that they eat.  While our growing practices have evolved, our mission remain the same, and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) helps us work toward these goals.  By joining our CSA, you commit to the farm for the season, and we in turn commit to growing food for you–an agreement that comes with humility and trust, and that inspires us to keep growing the best we can year after year.

How does a CSA work?

You sign up for your CSA in the early spring, which helps get the farm growing for the season as we buy seeds, supplies, tools, and everything else needed to get started in the spring.  As a CSA member, you get a bag full of what is harvested each week.  A CSA works great for households that love their veggies (or love trying new ones!) and want to eat more fresh produce.  Our goal is to create a well rounded diversity of produce each week that changes through the season.  Your CSA is pre-packed, and easy to grab-and-go from your drop point, making it a great option for getting local fresh veggies even when you’re on a tight schedule.

What’s In your CSA?

Each CSA bag is filled with what is harvested fresh that week. Early season boxes are filled with spring greens, pea shoots, lettuce, greens bunches, and spring roots, while summer and autumn shares are heavier with carrots, onions, tomatoes, squash, peppers, broccoli, and cabbage.
In October, expect larger shares with storage crops like winter squash, garlic, and carrots to keep you stocked into fall.

While the CSA is mostly filled with vegetables, fruit is also occasionally included. We grow strawberries, and we work with OPMA (a co-op of seven family farms in Okanagan) to provide peaches, apples, pears, and more fresh Organic fruit.

Each CSA also includes a reminder email with a recipe and farm update.

Meat, eggs, flowers, fruit, and more

You can order add-ons with your Casa Cano CSA.
Beyond growing produce, we also raise pork and grass fed beef, and offer fresh local eggs from Abundant Family Pastures, raw honey from Spangle Creek Honey, fresh fruit from OPMA (an Organic co-op from Okanagan), Organic mushrooms from Happy Mountain Mushrooms, stunning bouquets from Snapdragon Flower Farm, and other items in our online farm store, like soap, candles, and coffee. Order your add-ons by the Monday before your Tuesday CSA pick up, and your add-on order will be at your drop point ready to pick up along with your CSA.


Weekly vs. Bi-Weekly

When you sign up, choose a weekly or bi-weekly CSA.

Weekly CSA
You will get a CSA every week beginning June 4th and ending October 15th, except for a two week break the first two weeks of August (8/6 and 8/13). This amount of produce is intended to supply 2-4 people with fresh veggies each week. If you’re excited about eating more vegetables and trying new produce, then this is the CSA for you.

Bi-Weekly CSA
You will get a CSA every other week, beginning the first or second Tuesday of June through the second or third Tuesday of October (depending on your chosen Bi-Weekly schedule) except for a two week break the first two weeks of August (8/6 and 8/13). If you’re a small family or still learning to love your greens, a Bi-Weekly CSA is a great option, and you can always order add-ons of extra produce as needed. Because the produce is fresh (we harvest most things within a day of you getting your CSA), your produce should last you until your next pick up in two weeks, even the greens!

Pick Up Locations

When you sign up for the season, choose from one of our two drop points:

Casa Cano Farms
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
12210 S. Madison Rd.
Valleyford, WA 99036
(20 minutes south of I-90)

South Hill Spokane
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
E. 42nd and Havana (by Ben Burr Park)
Spokane, WA 99223

We are not able to change your schedule during the CSA season, and if you are not able to pick up your CSA, please find an alternate person to pick up your CSA for you.
If your pick up is at Casa Cano Farms, we are able to hold your CSA for you until the end of the week and you can pick up during our store open hours.
If your pick up is the South Hill drop point, you can let us know in advance and we can hold your CSA at the farm until the end of the week.

Are these drop points and times keeping you from signing up? Please send us an email and we can let you know if anything changes or new drop points are added for the season!

Two Week Summer CSA Break

The first two weeks in August is our CSA summer break! We will be taking a two week break on the first two Tuesday’s in August – 8/6 and 8/13. This summer break gives us a chance to catch up on field work for the fall and gives you a chance to eat up any veggies that have been hiding in your fridge!

CSA Pricing

Pre-pay for your CSA, and then pick it up each week at your drop point. CSA pricing is for the entire season, June – mid October.
You can pay for your CSA in full when you sign up, or half of your payment at sign up and the second half on or before your first pick up in June.

Weekly Casa Cano CSA

Bi-Weekly Casa Cano CSA

Why Choose a Casa Cano CSA?

CSA’s help to strengthen a farm’s community, and helps connect you closer to your farm and the food you eat.
Our CSA has evolved from including just produce that we grow on our farm, and we are delighted to be working with a few other local farms this season that we know and trust to provide even more diversity than what we grow at Casa Cano Farms. When you join our CSA, you are supporting our farm as well as other local family farms that grow organically and care for the environment and about the health and taste of the produce they grow.

We are excited to partner with these local farms this coming season:


  • OPMA – a group of 7 Organic family farms from Okanagan – grows peaches, apples, cherries, pluots, plums, grapes, and pears. We love working with them and love the amazing fruit that they grow!

  • Vets on the Farm – VOTF grows organic veggies just down the Palouse Highway from us. They’re passionate team grow amazing winter squash, sweet corn, and more!

  • Hirschel Heritage Farm – located in Latah, Wa, Bruce and Brenda grow the sweetest organic carrots and beets and focus on growing high brix and nutrient dense veggies.

  • Happy Mountain Mushrooms – Krysta and her team grow Organic mushrooms in Colbert, Wa. We feel so fortunate to be able to eat local Organic mushrooms all year round. Lion’s Mane, Oysters, Chestnut, and more!

  • New Heritage Farms – Rauha and Ben own and operate New Heritage Farms in Otis Orchards. They grow organically and focus on baby field greens like arugula and tomatoes. Ben worked with us the first 3 years of Casa Cano Farms.

  • Snapdragon Flower Farm – Beth grows and arranges amazing bouquets that you can burry your face in because they’re organic! .

  • Fresh Cut Farms – Jim and Connie grow vegetables and also raise lamb in Deer Park, Wa. They grow a diversity of organic vegetables, including broccoli and carrots.

  • Dog Wild Farm – Scot and Kendra grow delicious produce and vibrant flowers just north of Spokane. Their focus is on sustainability, both of how they grow produce and the sustainability of their Spokane community’s access to healthy, local food.

    How We Grow
    We are proud of how we grow produce at Casa Cano Farms. Our produce is grown in soils amended to promote a healthy biological ecosystem. We are completely no till and focus on establishing and maintaining healthy stable soils where biology can thrive. We are trying to think beyond NPK and instead make compost tea from our own farm’s organic compost with other organic nutrient additions like kelp and humic acid that we spray on the leaves of our crops and on the soil. Our goal is that the soil biology can work with the plants to help them get the minerals and nutrients they need from the soil, and in exchange the plants pump carbon into the ground for the soil biology to feed on through photosynthesis. We also grow cover crops when we’re not growing vegetables to keep the soils alive and to continue sequestering carbon.

    We’ve been working to plant hedge rows around the gardens to act as wind breaks and to attract pollinators, birds, and beneficial insects which help naturally balance out pests. We also use row cover, insect netting, and beneficial nematodes to help mitigate crop pests, and never use any chemical fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides.

    All of this is done with the goal of having a strong and healthy farm ecosystem, from the soil up to the produce we harvest, and the people who eat it.

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