Farmers Market & Crop Box Pick-up

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WashU Farmers Market

Farmers Market

Save the Date: WashU Farmers Market Mini-Market Returns for Fall Season on the Medical Campus

Welcome back the WashU Farmers Market vendors every Thursday starting August 5 from 10am-2pm. The market will run from August through October in Hope Plaza on the School of Medicine Campus.

To support our local vendors during the suspension, our vendors have provided alternative options to shop their produce and goods during this time:

Howie Farms: Delivery service is free for orders over $25 with same day delivery if ordered before noon.

Kakao Chocolate:  Kakao Clayton is closed until further notice.  Kakao Maplewood is open, but with modified store hours.  Please call head  at 314-645-4446 for curbside delivery to purchase chocolate, Clean Plate Pantry sauces, Grandma’s Nuts and Stringbean Coffee.

Great Harvest: Visit the Maplewood store for your local bakery goods. We are offering curbside service or walk limited to 5 customers at a time.

Tastachios: Available for online orders.

Crop Box Pick-up

As part of our 8ight Ways to Wellness, this program can make it easier for you to eat more fruits and vegetables.  Sign-up as a CSA member and receive a weekly or bi-weekly Crop Box filled with locally grown produce, meat, eggs, yogurt and other artisan goods. Brought to you by Washington University’s Office of Sustainability and Wellness Connection in partnership with Local Farmer CSA.


WashU staff, faculty, and students


Participants purchase a farm share when signing-up, and in return, receive a weekly or bi-weekly basket of locally grown items according to the type of Crop Box selected.

  • New participants will be charged a one-time $15 registration fee.
  • You can cancel or put your account on hold at any time.

Options include:

  • Student Box – $20 per box. Exclusively for students!
  • Farm Share Box – $29.99 per box.
  • Build Your Own Box – $40+ per box.
    This box is fully customizable. All you have to do is spend a minimum of $40. You can add and drop items each week using the online farmers market.

Learn more about options at Local Farmer CSA’s website

Contact David Smith of Local Farmer CSA at 314-281-6390 to confirm dates & locations.