Boldly Grown Farm
A third-party certification identifying products free of chemical pesticides & fertilizers, hormones and preventative antibiotics.
- 8855 Ershig Road
- Bow, WA 98232
Boldly Grown Farm is a certified organic family farm in Skagit Valley, WA. Established in 2015 by Amy Frye & Jacob Slosberg, we focus on wholesale production of fall and winter storage crops to provide our region with high quality, local, organic vegetables during the winter months. Specialties include radicchio, winter squash, hardy greens, watermelon & daikon radishes, beets, carrots, cabbage and more.
Our Winter CSA program is a unique opportunity to receive a regular supply of veggies during the typical off-season. This CSA runs from November-March in Seattle, Skagit & Bellingham and features a variety of staple and specialty items, including value-added products. We’ll be opening a farm stand in Fall 2022—stay tuned for details!
Our produce is available for wholesale purchases via the Puget Sound Food Hub, Frank’s Produce, Organically Grown Company and more. Contact us for fall and winter staples & specialty items to keep your shelves stocked and your customers excited about year-round local eating!
Some of our customers include Skagit Food Co-op, Community Food Co-op, San Juan Food Co-op, Orcas Food Co-op, The Markets, New Seasons Market, Central Co-op, Bellingham Food Bank, Doe Bay Cafe, Canlis, The Herbfarm, Ursa Minor, The Ruby Brink, Seeds Bistro, and more.
Boldly Grown Farm is certified organic. We grow our crops without the use of synthetic pesticides or fertilizers. We use cover cropping and crop rotations to improve soil fertility, build organic matter, and manage diseases. We control pests by providing habitat for beneficial insects, scheduled monitoring, and organic inputs when necessary. Weeds are managed through tractor cultivation and hand weeding.
- Flowers | Nursery | Trees
- Cut Flowers
- Vegetables | Herbs
- Bell peppers
- Asian Greens/Bok Choy
- Brussels Sprouts
- Collard Greens
- Garlic Scapes
- Mustard Greens
- Peppers (Hot)
- Peppers (Sweet)
- Root Vegetables
- Squash (Winter)
Open to the Public
Hours of Operation
- Farm visits currently by appointment only.
Consumer Sales Methods
- CSA/Farm Share
- Farm Stand/Farm Store
- Accepts Credit Cards
- Accepts Personal Checks
- Neighborhood Drop Points
- On Farm Pick-up
- Pumpkin Patch
- Currently Accepting Signups: Yes
- Type/Contents: Vegetables, Add-ons
- Add-ons: Krauts, fermented peppers, pepper powder
- Seasons: Fall, Winter
- Box Size(s)/Frequency: One share size every other week Nov-March (10 boxes total)
- Cost: $550
- Accept SNAP/EBT: Yes
- Drop-off Locations: Bellingham, Seattle, Skagit Valley
- Workplace Drop-off?: Yes
- CSA Website: http://www.boldlygrownfarm.com/csa
- Other Specifics: Our Winter CSA is a chance for you to receive a regular supply of high-quality, locally grown, organic veggies and value-added products during the typical off-season. We offer one share size every other week (10 boxes total) from Nov-March in Bellingham, Skagit & Seattle. New for 2022—on-farm pick up in Bow! Visit our website for full 2022 details.
Our produce is available for wholesale purchases via the Puget Sound Food Hub, Frank’s Produce, Organically Grown Company and direct. Contact us for fall and winter staples & specialty items to keep your shelves stocked and your customers excited about year-round local eating!
Some of our customers include Skagit Food Co-op, Community Food Co-op, San Juan Food Co-op, Orcas Food Co-op, The Markets, New Seasons Market, Central Co-op, Haggens, Bellingham Food Bank, Doe Bay Cafe, Canlis, The Herbfarm, Ursa Minor, The Ruby Brink and more.
- Food Hub or Distributor
- Distributor or Food Hub Delivery
- By Appointment
We work with these distributors/food hubs:
- Organically Grown Company
- Pacific Coast Harvest
Food Hub/Farmer Co-op
- Viva Farms
- Local Inland Northwest Cooperative (LINC)
- Farmstand Local Foods
- Puget Sound Food Hub
Sells "seconds" or cosmetically imperfect foods
Carries Liability Insurance
Food Safety Practices & Licences
- GAP Audited Business
- GHP Audited Business
- Food safety plan
- Eligible vendor for the USDA Pilot Project for Unprocessed Fruits & Vegetables
Farm to School & Hunger Relief
- YES! I want to supply schools and childcare centers
- YES! I want to supply hunger relief organizations
School Specific Wholesale Product Details
Winter squash, beets, carrots, kohlrabi, kale
Additional Product Attributes
- Whole produce normally eaten raw