Northwest Organic Farms is a Community Supported
Certified Organic CSA Farm located in Ridgefield, Washington and serves the Clark County, Vancouver WA and the Portland OR area.
Call 360-573-4868 or 360-608-1483 or email: NWGarlic@gmail.com to reserve your weekly fruit and vegetable box for the season!
Save the date for the TBA
Download the CSA Share Reservation and return with payment as soon as possible to reserve your share!
Here are all the details about how to join and support our farm!
The Earth is a living being…The actions of each of us have an effect on the whole.
Let’s become part of the solution, by helping to balance our ecosystem and provide a sustainable future.
Let’s begin by eating fresh fruits and vegetables and supporting the community agriculture that produces food in our local areas.
Northwest Organic Farm uses mostly Heirloom Seeds—no GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) and is Certified Organic by the Oregon Tilth.
Northwest Organic Farms is a Oregon Tilth Certified Organic (OTCO) farm.
The OTCO is an internationally recognized symbol of organic integrity. OTCO provides a system that combines strict production standards, on-site inspections, and legally binding contracts to protect the producers and buyers of organic products.
100% Consumer and Labeling FAQ’s from the Oregon Tilth
What is organic?
(see more at the Oregon Tilth’s website page “What is Organic?”)
“Organic refers not only to the food itself, but also to how it is produced and processed. Organic food production is based on a system of farming that mimics natural ecosystems and maintains and replenishes the fertility and nutrients of the soil. Organic Production integrates cultural, biological and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, latin brides promote ecological balance and conserve biodiversity. Organic foods are produced without the use of genetically modified organisms and irradiation. Processed organic foods are handled carefully to maintain the integrity of organic ingredients going into the products.”
The term “organic” has been tossed around a lot in the media and advertising and not all product labeled “organic” is the same.
The Oregon Tilth defines four terms:
- 100% Organic
- Made with Organic Ingredients
- Products with less than 70% Organic Ingredients