Boistfort Valley Farm Site Map
Boistfort Valley Farm offers certified organic produce -- grown locally and delivered fresh by Heidi and Mike Peroni. Share the bounty of our organic vegetable farm in the Boistfort Valley, near Chehalis, Washington.
Find Boistfort Valley Farm at Farmers Markets in Washington. In addition to our CSA Program, you can buy our certified organic produce at farmers markests in Ballard, Olympia and Chehalis.
Meet Heidi & Mike Peroni of Boistfort Valley Farm: Our produce arrives at market very fresh and in season, which maximizes flavor and nutritional quality. We also enjoy a direct connection with our customers -- know your farmers!
Learn about CSA shares from Boistfort Valley Farm. What is a CSA Share? Get instructions on how to sign up for our CSA Program. Find out where our drop sites are.
Boistfort Valley Farm CSA Members Say: I looked forward to the weekly deliveries and seeing what I could cook from the organic treasures in that wonderful brown box.
Boistfort Valley Farm CSA members receive a weekly or monthly (depending on the season) box full of fresh organic produce and herbs, a bouquet of cut flowers, along with seasonal recipes, cooking tips and serving suggestions.
Our Summer Season is twenty weekly deliveries, with the first delivery in mid-June. We offer two share sizes: our standard Family Share ($620 for 20 weeks) and our new Small share ($500 for 20 weeks). Pay in full before May 1st for a special deal!
The Boistfort Valley Farm Summer/Fall season begins in mid-June, with spring greens, freshly picked strawberries, baby beets, and more. The Family CSA Share is designed to feed 2-3 adults or a small family.
The Boistfort Valley Farm Summer/Fall season begins in mid-June, with spring greens, freshly picked strawberries, baby beets, and more. The Small CSA Share is designed to feed 2 people.
The Boistfort Valley Farm Summer/Fall season begins in mid-June, with spring greens, freshly picked strawberries, baby beets, and more. The Petite CSA Share is designed to feed 1 or 2 people.
Boistfort Valley Farm Holiday CSA Shares are delivered in November & December. They are large boxes of our certified organic produce, designed for holiday meals and family gatherings.
Boistfort Valley Farm November through May boxes are delivered once per month. Each delivery contains organic produce from our farm and other organic farms, as well as selections from local dairies, locally roasted coffee from a fair trade organic source, local free range eggs, and Washington grown organic grains.
Help us to share our farm bounty within the community. Give the gift of a healthy diet. Support members of your community and your local farmers. Donate to our CSA scholarship fund.
Get the latest news and find out about new offerings from Boistfort Valley Farm. The latest Farm Update was posted March 22, 2013.
A newsletter is included with each box of certified organic produce in the Boistfort Valley Farm CSA Programs. Each newsletter is full of farm news, serving suggestions and seasonal recipes to try with your fresh organic vegetables.
Read the latest newsletter from the Boistfort Valley Farm CSA Program. Each newsletter is full of farm news, serving suggestions for the organic produce of the week, and seasonal recipes to try with your fresh vegetables.
A collection of recipes, cooking tips and storage guidelines for fresh organic produce from the Community Supported Agriculture program at Boistfort Valley Farm. Listed by dish: appetizers, salads, soups, mains, sides, desserts, tips and techniques.
A collection of Seasonal Recipes for fresh organic produce from the Community Supported Agriculture program at Boistfort Valley Farm. Listed by season: anytime, spring, summer and fall.
Farmer's Guidelines for Storing Fresh Organic Produce from Boistfort Valley Farm. Find out how to make your vegetables last, from artichokes to winter squash...
Find recipes by ingredient, by name, by dish or by season. Search our collection of recipes, cooking tips and storage guidelines for fresh organic produce from the Community Supported Agriculture program at Boistfort Valley Farm.
Boistfort Valley Farm Photo Gallery: visit with Heidi and Mike Peroni at their organic vegetable farm in the Boistfort Valley, near Chehalis, Washington.
Boistfort Valley Farm Press: interviews with Heidi and Mike Peroni and articles featuring their organic vegetable farm in the Boistfort Valley, Washington.
We at Boistfort Valley Farm take our obligation to customers and community seriously. We continue to strive toward a business model that is linked on many levels with our community in ways that go beyond commerce.
PSF: How did you get started with farming? Mike: ... In my travels, I visited Olympia and saw their farmers market and saw real opportunity to get involved in the development of the fledging farmers markets in the area...
Article from The Chronicle, Centralia, Washington, featuring Boistfort Valley Farm. Boistfort Valley Farmer: 'I Can Grow Anything Barack Obama Would Like to Have'
Article from The Chronicle, Centralia, Washington, featuring Boistfort Valley Farm: Mike and Heidi Peroni, owners of Boistfort Valley Farm, were awarded $25,531 through the program. The organic farm is listed in the Washington Heritage Barn Register.
Article from The Chronicle, Centralia, Washington, featuring Boistfort Valley Farm: The 17 organic farms in Southwest Washington impacted by December's flood are still in line with organic standards, according to a press release from the Washington State Department of Agriculture.
Article from The Chronicle, Centralia, Washington, featuring Boistfort Valley Farm: Boistfort Valley Farms grows about 120 types of produce, herbs and flowers for its 250 consumer supported agriculture members and two farmers markets, many of which are products that originated in Washington such as the Walla Walla onions and the Ozette potato.
Article from The Chronicle, Centralia, Washington, featuring Boistfort Valley Farm: The 2007 season of the Community Farmers Market in Chehalis starts June 5, and Market Manager Brenda Book is looking forward once again to the prospect of providing nutritional eating and healthy food choices for local families and seniors.
Article from The Chronicle, Centralia, Washington, featuring Boistfort Valley Farm: The Boistfort Valley Farm delivers weekly boxes of its homegrown organic produce, including a few Eastern Washington-raised fruits, such as the doughnut peach, to member drop sites in Centralia, Olympia and Seattle. The boxes also contain a bouquet of fresh-cut flowers grown on the farm.
Boistfort Valley Farm December 2007 Flood Slide Show and archive of Flood Updates. Look at photographs from before and after. Read a Flood Journal from Mike and Flood Reflections from Hannah.
A letter from the WSDA says Boistfort Valley Farm is still certified organic!
Boistfort Valley Farm offers a Special Thank You to everyone who attended the Olympia flood aid events, volunteered their time, or made anonymous donations!
The exercise went something like this: locate an item, assess its vulnerability to flood damage, assess its monetary and sentimental value, and act quickly and accordingly. I remember watching certain things float away: our wash tub, our fire wood.
Hannah Johnson, volunteer coordinator, offers her reflections on the December 2007 Flood at Boistfort Valley Farm. It is day 60 since the great flood. Week nine...
Boistfort Valley Farm is an established 50 acre organic farm located SW of Chehalis WA, growing a wide variety of vegetables, herbs and flowers. We serve the area through sales at Farmers Markets, a 600 member CSA, direct sales to local stores and restaurants and some wholesale. We have 25 seasonal employees.
Boistfort Valley Farm: contact us with your questions, comments, or even complaints.