Rising Sign Farm

Hours of Operation

    • CSA Pick up
    • June 1 - October 12
    • Mondays

Payments Accepted

  • Cash & Check
  • Credit & Debit
  • EBT
  • FMNP
  • SNAP Market Match

Where to Buy

  • CSA
  • Farmers Market

Products Offered

  • Vegetables

Rising Sign Farm a queer woman owned and operated half-acre vegetable farm in Carnation, WA, on the ancestral lands of the Coast Salish people. We grow food that is good for people and good for the earth: our veggies and herbs are selected for flavor and grown with regenerative practices. Rising Sign is dedicated to food sovereignty and justice, using growing techniques based in agroecology, distribution focused on access, and growth rooted in solidarity and care.

Features & Activities

  • On Farm Tours

Farm Practices

Rising Sign practices regenerative farming, a way of farming that enhances, rather than degrades, the health of the environment. Our growing practices are above and beyond organic. We are focused on building healthy ecosystems that not only grow healthy and delicious food, but also support vast mycelial networks, sequester carbon, reduce common food system waste, and provide habitat for pollinators and other wildlife.


Find us at your local Farmers Market

CSA Details

  • Rising Sign Farm’s CSA is a community-focused, farmer-driven model where everyone shares in the risk and the bounty of the farm. CSA members pay for a membership on a sliding scale in the spring, and in return receive fresh produce throughout the entire growing season. This supports the farm by providing up-front income for seeds, compost, equipment, and other supplies needed to grow food. As a Rising Sign Farm CSA member, you will receive 20 weekly boxes of veggies delivered fresh from our field to your neighborhood, from June through October. In addition, we’ll send you a weekly newsletter about happenings on the farm, recipes, and other exciting events or news. We hope that you’ll enjoy some foods that you are familiar with, and learn to use some new and different seasonal produce. Being a CSA member means supporting a queer woman-owned business, investing in your local economy, reducing your climate impact, and embracing the seasonal bounty of the land we live on.