The UW Farm is a 1.5 acre student-powered urban farm & educational facility located on the University of Washington’s Seattle

Our mission is to be the campus center for the practice and study of urban agriculture and sustainability, and an educational, community-oriented resource for people who want to learn about building productive and sustainable urban landscapes.

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What we do…

Under the leadership of faculty, the farm manager and interns, student’s are mentored and guided through hands-on agriculturally-related experiences in the field and greenhouses.  The results are the production of over six tons of produce for campus and the community, a new awareness of the food system and knowledge of a farm as an agro-ecosystem and place for innovation, research, leadership skills, access to organic fresh vegetables and a potential for a healthier lifestyle.


Back by popular demand!

Join us once a month to learn how flowers play an important part in the food system. Riz Reyes, owner of RHR Horticulture, and past UWBG Gardener will lead this informative, educational activity on the last Tuesday of each month. Free and open to the public. Field work (weeding, harvesting) with flowers starts at 3pm. Bouquet making begins at 5pm. Sessions end at 7pm.

Where Does our Produce Go?

Our Weekly CSA

The UW Farm produces a weekly box of fresh, seasonal produce for community members. We offer a selection of CSA Packages:

  • 16 Week Summer CSA
  • 5 Week Peak Season CSA (August – September)
  • 8 Week Fall CSA

Campus Housing and Food Services locations throughout the University of Washington:

Donations, Food Banks & Food Pantries 

About The Farm

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Volunteer Opportunities



Guide to the UW Farm Community, 2011

Farm Staff

Supporters and Partners


 Annual Reports


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