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Ocean Air Farms offers a variety of fresh, organic, healthy veggies, fruits, flowers and herbs to both Del Norte and Curry County.
Weekly Harvest Box C.S.A.
We run an sixty member, 20-week Community Supported Agriculture operation (aka CSA farm share). Drop-off locations are Tues. in Fort Dick, and Fri. in Crescent City. Weekly box content varies throughout the season, but lettuce tends to be a constant, along with a bunch of kale or swiss chard. Cost $450-$550, sliding scale, you decide how much you are able to contribute (average $22-$27 per week). Down Payment of $100 reserves your share, and payment options are available. We ask balances are paid in full by the mid point of the season (box week 10, mid Aug).
Market Membership CSA
To better meet the needs of our customers, the Farmer's Market CSA option is more flexible and customizable for your specific situation. Members invest into the farm and it's bounty up front in the fall or early spring before the farmer's markets start, when farm expenses like seeds and soil amendments are needed. In return you receive market credit of $200, $250, or $300 plus a 10% "thank you" bonus. Going on summer vacation, don't like swiss chard, don't worry, this program is perfect for you. Members pick what they want and how much they want, when they want from our booth at any of the farmers' markets throughout the season and you don't need to carry your wallet or check book, we keep records of your available balance. (Additional "credit" can be purchased if you run out mid-season) Like all CSA members, farmer's market members also receive updates and invitations to farm events throughout the year.
We also sell at three local Farmer's Markets weekly during the main season: Crescent City Fairgrounds (Sat mornings 9-1), Crescent City Downtown District (Wed 10-2), and Brookings (Wed. mornings 10-3).
Pork, Chicken, Beef, Every year is different, and currently we raise small amounts of each, Please contact us for additional information.
GOAT MILK SOAP:
Hand milked and home made line of goat milk soaps. Treat yourself, or treat a friend, these luxurious bars that ship well and leave your skin feeling silky smooth. A wide variety of scent are available, please contact us for the current stock.
Wild Rivers Market:
Our local Natural Food Store located in Crescent City between the 101 North and South. Carries a variety of our seasonal produce including but not limited too, carrots, kale, salad mix, kale, beets, leeks, onions, winter squash, and brussel sprouts. They also carry our Goat Milk Soaps.
C.S.A. 'Market Membership' Form
C.S.A. 'Harvest Box' Membership Form
C.S.A. Descriptions TRI-FOLD
OAF Tri-Fold CSA.pdf
4/2/2014 3:31:44 PM - fb:100000725359716
What a great newsletter and website! And even more, all the beautiful things you grow and make! And now, a soon coming baby! Congratulations and God bless you as you are fruitful and multiply in every way! Wow! Looking so forward to seeing you at Farmer's Market. I so enjoy coming out to your farm as well, for the Shin Dig and Winter Stand, etc. You both are doing a tremendous job, on your farm, out in the community, WRM, schools, and with each other! A pleasure knowing you, indeed! Cheryl O.
9/23/2013 1:43:39 AM - fb:100003102328516
We had a great time at the ShinDigg today. The tractor hay ride, interative Animal tour, impressive farm design talented musical entertainment, great food, horse rides, great fellowship, and raffle. Thank you again for opening up your life to the public to spread the message of organic sustainable food. Clinton McMillan
9/23/2012 6:14:19 PM - fb:1632712678
Love seeing the looong line at your booth, at this past Saturday's Crescent City Farmer's Market! Yea!, people are figuring out such local quality is a good thing!
9/23/2012 6:10:23 PM - fb:1632712678
Wonderful to see the looong line at your booth this past Saturday at the Crescent City Farmer's Market! Great demand for such good stuff! Terry
4/9/2012 9:52:50 PM - 004093843523
Julie Jo and Paul, You have worked so hard and look what amazing things you are producing. You are a very inspirational couple! Teri and Kees
9/12/2011 8:38:21 PM - 002027787391
talk about a dream come true...we talked of you doing this when you were wandering in rocks in Mexico! Inspirational!
6/28/2011 9:43:50 PM - 004022998080
Love seeing what you guys are doing out there on the flood plain. Keep on producing. Nils
10/28/2010 5:34:04 PM - 003064861248
Wonderful job with the website! I have lots of my friends visiting to see all you are doing up in Fort Dick. I am super proud of both of you!
9/29/2010 12:59:57 AM - 003057767883
We had a great time Saturday. Next year we'll see you earlier in the day ;~)
7/26/2010 7:39:28 PM - 003045600413
Really really really liking the new web page. You all are awesome and beautiful farmers. I am so thankful I got to spend time there in the early season. MISS YOU! -Lindsey
4/8/2010 4:16:07 PM - 002086414314
Bowdie is a monster already! Can't wait to see you guys over the 4th, me and John will be ready to work!
3/16/2010 5:50:54 AM - 003023853627
Im so stoked for ya Jules! Its awesome what you guys have going. Im proud of ya kid
3/10/2010 5:13:58 PM - 003022356462
You both are an inspiration! Keep being awesome
2/26/2010 1:45:19 AM - 003020787108
Hi everyone, Your site is amazing! I am so glad I was referred to you. I cannot wait to come and visit and buy my farm products from you and to meet you. Julz
2/24/2010 4:07:05 PM - 003020865003
This is so great!! I love seeing pictures of the farm, all those veggies look delicious. I miss you guys!!
2/8/2010 5:26:43 AM - 001083898742
Fun and fabulous pictures. Veggies look as good as they taste.
2/8/2010 1:37:25 AM - 001082512497
Great pictures Julie!
2/7/2010 11:15:27 PM - 003018531242
I love the farm and the web-site!
2/7/2010 9:03:35 PM - 003018529002
Wow! Great site... Now I can explain what I've yapping about to my family in SoCal and Montana..tks..jimg
Farm Fresh Press!
2012 New Years Day
Del Norte Tripicate's Monthly Garden Column
2013 VIDEO made by Intern Harper
Featured Photo Album
arriving the ceremony site in style
weding alter detailed
amazing flowers all from the garden
Bride and Father
bride, groom, mom
nephews/ringer bearers, steeling the shot
barbwire, burlap, and garden flowers
all of the above
porch swing prep
bride in boots
friends, family, loved ones
groom and bride
heading out of the ceremony
bride and big bowdie
bride and mom
custom necklace and earrings by friend Danielle, hair by friend Colleen, flowers by friend LaVonna
view of the party
heading into ceremony w/ mom on daddy john's tractor
late night photo booth
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multiple generations of Interns!
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2011 seasonal shots
tiny winter squash and pumpkins, potatoes in the far backgorund
potato yields like never before
suki in the pepper house
4th of july float
early CSA box
yosemite with the ayer fam
yosemite with mom
eyelash sweet heart
truck o chard
nephew john paul, playing football at the farm
John Paul, I can't help myself but to sneak him in
4th of july parade skid marks bike crew
big bessie and abby
little kade and garlic
lindy and garlic
sarah and hannah processing garlic
dona overseeing garlic
garlic still in field
frog and girls thinning and weeding baby beets
CSA box spring fresh
dear farmer friends at shakefork farms with their local grains
skid marks rolling to "the bank"
summer solstice smores via pitch fork
farm from drive way
4 new green houses
potato planting, cultivated with tractor
suki and silly jj
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Directions to the Farm
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