CleanGreens

What we're about

Clean Greens is a small nonprofit organization, owned and operated by residents of Seattle's Central District. We are committed to growing and delivering clean and healthy produce for everyone at reasonable prices.

 

We increase access to healthy affordable foods in three ways: through our neighborhood farm stands, our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, and our Giveback Program.

 

Interested in volunteering with Clean Greens?

 

We need your help to continue delivering healthy produce at low prices to your community, For our  ongoing food justice efforts!. PLEASE DONATE TODAY!

THANKS SO MUCH.

CLEAN GREENS FARM & MARKET STAFF & MEMBERS

 

We are now accepting EBT cards, WIC, Mastercard, Visa and Discover Cards.

Check ot the New Clean Greens Blog at www.cleangreensfarm.blogspot.com

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Latest News

CLEAN GREENS MARKET STAND WILL OPEN SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 2014 AT NEW HOPE B. C. 124  21ST AVE. @ Yesler in Seattle, and starting on Wednesday July, 9th, and Friday July 11th, the stand will be at Harborview Medical Center, 325 9th Ave. It will be open every week at these locations from 11:00AM - 3:00 PM until NOVEMBER 1, 2014.

COME BY AND PURCHASE THE FRESHEST AND BEST, NON-CHEMICAL PRODUCE STRAIGHT FROM THE FARM AT A PRICE EVERYONE CAN AFFORD.

CSA'S WILL START BEING DELIVERED JULY 19,2014

GET YOUR ORDER IN NOW

Our 2014 CSA Season is upon us! Sign up today for your delivery of fresh, organic vegetables from the Clean Greens Farm. Go to our CSA Program page to download the application.

WE'RE OPEN FOR BUSINESS Tuesday through Saturday

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM. Sundays 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

123 21st ave. Seattle, WA 98122

Have you heard about G.R.E.A.N. House Coffee & Cafe? This latest entrepreneurial effort by Clean Greens Farm and Market provides customers with a savory breakfast and lunch menu, using as many local, organic ingredients as possible including produce from our own Duvall farm. Let's not forget the delicious coffee provided by Vashon Island Coffee Roasterie. Additionally, the cafe will function as avenue for meetings and small events focused on bettering our surrounding community. We are very excited that this project is underway.

Like Clean Greens, G.R.E.A.N. House Coffee & Cafe is an initiative that is currently run by a small collective of volunteers and has thus far been sustained by donations. Hence, there are some setbacks that occur beyond our control. Due to such setbacks, we have been unable to open the cafe for full business hours until now. Beginning this SATURDAY, MARCH 8TH, the cafe will be open for business 7 days a week from 8am to 6pm. We'll be serving espresso coffee, grits and eggs, lunch, and much, much more! Please visit us! Thank you in advance for your support.


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Starting in March 2014, we need your help at the farm every day accept Sunday! We will be planting all kinds of veggies...it is a lot of fun when a lot of people participate. It would be great if you have your own transportation, but we do have a  van that leaves from 116 21st Street @ Yesler at 7am each Saturday, takes you to our farm in Duvall (20121 W Snoqualmie River Road NE) and gets you back to Seattle by 2pm. We hope you will join us! Send an e-mail to Cleangreensfarmandmarket@gmail.com for more info. Thanks!

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Clean Greens provides pesticide-free produce for 42 women and 160 children for the past two years!

The following is a letter from Jeri White, Executive Director of Southeast Youth and Family Services (SEYFS), noting how Clean Greens' giveback program has assisted local families in need over the past two years.

With your support of our CSA program, we could expand our giveback program to assist even more families!

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Dear Dr. Jeffrey and Ms. Cross;

 

On behalf of the Board of Directors, staff and clients of Southeast…

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Posted by Magie Ramírez on April 28, 2011 at 6:30pm

 
 
 

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In the Press:

Our American Generation Blog, April 2011: 'Food and Justice: Clean Greens Farm & Market'

 

Yes! Magazine Interview, February 2011: 'Lentils and Justice for All'

 

Seattle Weekly's Best of 2010:

'Best Promoter of Food Justice: Robert Jeffrey'

 

Seattle Pi blog, September 2010: 'An Inner City Fall Harvest'

 

Customer Comments:

"Keep up the awesome work! I stopped by last Friday – you had quite a bit of stuff! I absolutely love what you are doing. Thanks for bringing inexpensive fruits and veggies to the CD!!"
Carissa Cheng

“My produce box looks wonderful, thanks for providing us with this service!”
Shary Bozied

"We’re enjoying the fresh produce and having fun planning our menus around the surprises we receive each Sat."
Beverly Vernon

"We're lovin' our csa boxes each week! Tonight our family is enjoying collard greens. I had no idea until recently how good they are, and they are HUGE! I do believe that if Jesus had been anywhere near the clean greens farm at the beginning of that first holy week, the people would have lined the road and waved collard greens instead of palms :) Thanks for your hard work."
Claire Wilson

"On August 11, I volunteered with Clean Greens, helping fill CSA orders. When I was finished, Rev. Jeffrey informed me that there was left over produce: Red Lettuce, Green Lettuce, Romaine, Garlic, Walla Walla Onions, Parsley and Eggs and that I was welcome to take some home to my family. I hadn't planned on cooking that day so I declined.
With last night's leftovers on my mind I started home from work when it dawned on me that a green salad would go nicely with my already prepared meal. So yes I was now heading to my local grocery store to buy items to make Salad. I could have kicked myself because the left over produce from volunteering would have made a mighty fine side salad on top of the fact it would have been free! Once in the produce department I was shocked that now I was paying for produce that looked like it had been on the shelf for awhile. The heads of lettuce were smaller and had less color than the ones from Clean Greens Farm, but I was here now and I really wanted a salad. Once I arrived at home, I began preparing my salad thinking the whole time about how great the produce from Clean Greens market was compared to what I was now preparing. And to add insult to injury, after washing the lettuce from the grocery store, my hands turned red and began to itch... from the pesticides!

To make a long story short, I am now getting what ever produce Clean Greens Farm has for sale every week at their Friday and Saturday Markets vs going to my local grocery store!"
Sarah Washington



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