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Buy organic produce delivered by sailboat

Posted by Geeky Swedes on December 15th, 2008

You can’t get much more green than this: organic, local and delivered by sailboat. On January 4th, a sailboat will deliver fresh organic produce from three local farms right to Shilshole Bay Marina’s public dock. The Sail Transport Network has teamed up with Sustainable Ballard to visit two farms in Sequim and another from the Kitsap Peninsula for a delivery of potatoes, grains, beets, green cabbage, carrots, some brassicas, kale and honey.

You can buy a full tote of produce for $40 (20 lbs.), a half tote for $20 and big jars of honey for $15. You can learn more about the program right here, and make sure to get your order in before December 27th to make the shipment. (Photo from Nash’s Organic Produce in Sequim).

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