We are pleased to announce the 2020 Kaleidoscope Farm CSA sign-up. This year, in addition to our usual seasonal offerings, we are excited to feature eggs, berries and flowers as weekly add-ons, on a limited, first come / first serve basis.

Given the current COVID-19 situation, Kaleidoscope Farm is taking all precautions to ensure our mutual health and safety: wearing masks and gloves while harvesting, and creating an appropriate CSA pick-up and farm stand that is in-line with state and county guidelines. We are also staying current with the WSU Extension Advisory Board for the latest information and guidance.

We will be the only ones handling your produce before you receive it. This situation has highlighted how important it is to support local businesses and the farmer that grow your food. Local means less hands in contact with your food, and less links in the delivery chain connecting the farm to your kitchen.

Vegetable CSA 2020 | 20 weeks // $700
( $35 per week )
May 27 - October 7
Pick-up Wednesday 4-7pm at Madison Ave. Farmstand
Consists of 7-8 vegetables / herbs

If you are interested, email us at kaleidoscopefarmbi@gmail.com. Payment in full is appreciated by April 29th, however if you would like to pay in 2 installments your second payment will be due June 25th. If you would like to discuss a different payment option, please be in touch. Checks, cash and venmo (Heidi-Urish) are all accepted.
*Space is limited.


Our farmstand will be opening mid-May stocked with lettuce mix, spinach, kale, radish, peas, micro greens and eggs. The farmstand is located at 11077 Madison Ave NE, across the street from the Bainbridge Blueberry Farm. Follow us on social media for updates as to when our farmstand will be open.

Restaurants and Markets
If you are a restaurant or market interested in carrying our produce, please email us at: kaleidoscopefarmbi@gmail.com.

Who We Are

Kaleidoscope Farm is located on Bainbridge Island, Washington. It's close proximity to the puget sound provides optimal growing conditions for vegetables, fruits and ornamental flowers. Kaleidoscope is farmed by Heidi Urish, her husband Matt Martin, and their two daughters, along with a handful of close friends and volunteers.
Currently, the farm consists of two properties. The first of which originated as a field of invasive blackberries and scotchbroom. Heidi and her Matt began clearing and shaping this land in 2012 to fulfill a dream of growing organic, healthy food to sustain their family and share with their community. The second property is a rented parcel called 'K3' located at the the top of Belle Hill Road.

The mission of Kaleidoscope farm is to provide the Bainbridge Island community with fresh, local, organically grown produce. Our guiding principles are to take care of the earth, care for the people, and return the surplus. The farm is rooted in permaculture design principles and biologically intensive growing approaches, using ecologically sound and sustainable growing practices that include crop rotation, cover crops and companion planting. The farm is constantly thinking of innovative ways to balance land use and production, with beautification and regeneration, while building relationships with our customers and community. 

What we grow, what we sell
Salad mix, arugula, asian greens, spinach, kale, chard, mustard greens, carrots, radish, turnips, beets, kohlrabi, onions, garlic, scallions, chives, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, romanesco, bush beans, dried beans, snap peas, tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, tomatillos, eggplant, sweet corn, summer squash, winter squash, cilantro, parsley, dill, basil, sage, edible and ornamental flowers, strawberries, aronia berries, raspberries, apples, pears, plums, and cherries.

Heidi & Matt

“What I stand for is what I stand on.” -Wendell Barry


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