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Local Color Farm and Fiber is owned and operated by Emily Tzeng and Brian Love. We grow food, flowers, and fiber. We farm in the Puyallup River Valley of Washington and are excited to be growing fresh vegetables, heritage breed lamb, and naturally dyed fibers for your family.

We recognize the land we have the privilege of stewarding is stolen from the Puyallup Tribe. We believe that nutrient dense, colorfully diverse, and culturally appropriate foods should be available for everyone and are actively seeking ways to make this possible in our community. 

Farm Happenings for November 17, 2022: DOUBLE SHARES THIS WEEK!!

Posted on November 14th 2022 by Emily Tzeng

Welcome to Week 4/5 of Fall CSA season! Just a reminder that this week will be a double share; no shares will be distributed next week during Thanksgiving week. You will not be able to move your shares to next week. Good news, all of the veggies are sturdy and hearty and store well for several weeks.  We also have bulk quantities of some... read more »

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Arugula
Basil
Beets
Bok Choy
Cabbage
Melon
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Chinese Cabbage
Cilantro
Collard Greens
Cucumbers
Dill
Eggplant, Italian
Green Beans
Escarole
Peppers, Sweet
Broccoli Raab
Brussel Sprouts
Chard
Fennel
Garlic
Lettuce
Kale
Kohlrabi
Scallions
Pea Shoots
Radish
Senposai
Salad Mix
Spinach
Paste Tomatoes
Peas, Sugar Snap
Turnip
Tomatoes, Cherry
Tomato
Peppers, Hot
Onion
Parsley
Potato
Squash, Summer
Tomatillos
Watermelon
Edible Flowers
Leek
Parsnips
Radicchio
Winter Squash: Delicata Squash
Garlic Scapes
Salad Greens
Peas
Shallot
Sweet Potato
Yarn
Hakurei Turnip
Eggplant, Asian
Bell Peppers, Green
Pumpkin
Bell Peppers, Colored
Kale Flowers/Raab
Peppers, Jalapeno
Beans, Fava
Celeriac
Peas, Snow
Peppers, Thai
Peppers, Poblano
Basil, Thai
Stir Fry Mix
Potatoes, Red
Potatoes, Purple
Mesclun Mix
Tatsoi
Artichoke
Eggs
Flowers
Cornmeal
Green Tomatoes
Cabbage, Napa
Mustard Greens
Daikon Radish
Popcorn
Zucchini
Fingerling Potato
Turnip Greens
Braising Greens
Turnips, Salad
Spigariello
Broccolini
Asian Greens
Shiso
Greenhouse Tomatoes
Greenhouse Cucumbers
Red Onions
Lamb Shank
Bread
Asian Greens: Tokyo Bekana
Kale: Red Russian
Asian Greens: Mizuna
Kale: Green
Garlic Scapes: Elephant
Asian Greens: Komatsuna
Pea Greens
Kale: Lacinato
Asian Greens: Choi Sum
Asian Greens: Tatsoi
Green Shallots (like green onion)
Merguez Lamb Sausage
Green Garlic
Sourdough Bread- TACOMA PICK UP ONLY
Garlic
Green Coriander
Celtuce
Elephant Garlic
Curly Endive
Sweet Onions
Potatoes
Shishito Peppers
Mini Eggplant
Eggplant
Shishito or Padron Frying Peppers
Edamame
Frisee (Curly Endive)
Kale: Red Russian
Brussel Sprout Tops
Spaghetti Squash
Delicata Squash
Bulk tomatoes for saucing (10 # case)
Black Futsu
Red Kuri
Kabocha Squash
Butternut Squash
Mixed Herb Bundle
Gilfeather Turnips
Sage
Chicory Salad Mix
Thyme
White or Romanesco
Koginut
white cauliflower/ romanesco
Oregano
Donation: Long Haul Kitchen
Basil, 1 pound
Winter Squash: Acorn Squash
Winter Squash: Spaghetti Squash
Winter Squash: Red Kuri
Winter Squash: Japanese Pumpkin
Onions: 5#
Daikon Radish: 5#
Beets: 5# bag
Carrots: 5# bag
Potatoes: 5# bag
Winter Squash: Butternut
Winter Squash: Kabocha
Brussel Sprouts: Full Stalk