Market Gardens

Market gardens are spaces where food is grown to sell onsite or offsite at a store, stand, farmers market, or to restaurants.

P-Patch Market Gardens

The two gardens are located at NewHolly and High Point on Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) property. The gardeners work communally and sell the organic produce through farm stands. The P-Patch staff work with the gardeners to develop and manage the gardens, along with selling and marketing the produce. Watch this video to learn more about P-Patch Market Gardens at SHA.

Farm Stands 2017

The High Point and NewHolly farm stands are open during the summer and anyone is welcome to purchase fresh organic produce and meet the farmers. The farm stands accept EBT and Fresh Bucks.

High Point Market Garden Farm Stand
at 32nd Avenue SW and SW Juneau Street (map)
4-7pm on Wednesdays
July 5 through October 4, 2017

NewHolly Market Garden Farm Stand
at S. Holly Park Dr. between 40th Ave. S. and Rockery Dr. S. (map)
4-7pm on Fridays
July 7 through October 6, 2017


CSA - Community Supported Agriculture

High Point and NewHolly Market Gardens will not be facilitating Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) this year. To find active CSA providers near your community, please visit: www.localharvest.org/csa.

For more information on these market gardens or to ask about openings contact Julie Bryan at 206-684-0540, Julie.bryan@seattle.gov.