Bulk Items for Sale from the Youth Farm

We are again offering certain bulk items for sale from the FOOD For Lane County Youth Farm.

Onions (Red,Yellow – keep until May)-$1.25 per pound (20 pound minimum- mixes OK).

Potatoes (Red, Yellow, Whites and Russets- keep until February -March)  – $1.25 per pound (20 pound minimum- mixes OK)

Shallots (Large Dutch variety – keep until July!!!) – $5 per pound (2 pound minimum)

Garlic (Softneck – keep until March or later-  Great for planting as well!) – $6 per
pound (2 pound minimum) – Varieties (Youth Farm Mix, Nootka Rose, Inchelium Red)
All varieties store very well.  If planning to plant, please specify varieties.

Winter Squash (Butternut, Delicata, Acorn, Spaghetti, Sweet Dumpling, Red Kuri, Buttercup, Pie Pumpkins – keep until March or later)-$0.85 per pound (20 pound minimum – mixes OK)

Please respond by email and please include a phone number.

When ordering  Potatoes, Winter Squash and Onions include
a breakdown of which varieties you would like to have.

Storage times depend on proper storage conditions!

Orders need to be picked up at the FOOD For Lane County Youth
Farm at 705 Flamingo Ave., Springfield, except for CSA members with drop
sites at FFLC, Lawrence St. or the RiverBend Farm Stand.  Pick up days are Wednesdays (9-4pm)and
Saturdays (10-2pm). Please wait for a confirmation by phone or email before picking up. We accept cash, check and credit/debit cards.

Please plan to pay when you pick up.

Other ways to support the work we do:

Farm stands (over 30 types of organically produced fruits and veggies):
Saturdays at the Youth Farm, 705 Flamingo Ave, Springfield until 10/31 from 10am-2pm
Thursdays at Sacred Heart Medical Center at Riverbend, Springfield until 10/29 from 2-6pm
Late Fall CSA:
We have a few more shares available that run for 5 weeks from 10/28-11/24.
Please check our website or contact us for more details.

Fill Your Pantry – November 15, 1-5pm, Lane County Fairgrounds, Lane Events Center, Expo Hall 1.  Fantastic one day event where numerous local growers sell storage items.