Now King County employees can choose from three more CSA@Work sites to get local, farm fresh produce deliveries at work. New locations include the King County International Airport/Boeing Field, King County Elections – Renton, and South Base bus terminal.
The CSA@Work program connects four local CSA programs (CSA – Community Supported Agriculture) with select King County worksites. Employees can sign up for the CSA program of their choice and earn Healthy Incentives credit* when they commit to a season of healthy eating.
Depending on the CSA, deliveries begin mid-June to early July and run for 15-20 weeks. Weekly boxes contain whatever is fresh in the fields and ready for harvest, so in spring might include snap peas, asparagus, and strawberries, and in deep summer, cucumbers, plums and basil. Pike Place Market, one of King County’s partner CSAs, created a short video to show how CSA boxes will vary over the season.
Video courtesy of Pike Place Market.
2017 King County Pick-up Locations
Sign-ups are open now. Employees can sign up by clicking on the CSA below that serves their preferred building (note site-specific restrictions).
Snoqualmie Valley Coop CSA
King County Elections – Renton (Elections employees only) [map] Thurs.
King County Administration Building [map] Thurs.
Maleng Regional Justice Center [map] Thurs.
Roads Maintenance Building A [map] Thurs.
South Base (Base employees only) [map] Thurs.
*To earn Healthy Incentives credit
In addition to completing your wellness assessment:
- Sign up by June 1 and pay in full by August 4 for a season-long CSA**
- Submit CSA proof of payment buy August 4 to KC.Benefits@kingcounty.gov
- Select a King County worksite pickup listed above
- Only King County employees – not covered spouses or partners – may receive Healthy Incentives credit for CSA@Work
**Oxbow CSA members who wish to pay in installments must purchase their share by May 4, 2017. After that date, they must choose the “pay-in-full” option.