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What You'll Get
As summer fades, autumn's beauty emanates from the changing hues of a tree's leaves and the gradual reddening of a football coach's face. Revel in the colors of the season with this Groupon.
$29 for Organic Produce and Farm Fall Festival Tickets (Up to $60 Total Value)
- One farm box with 11–12 organic fruits and vegetables (up to a $40 value; including a $2 shipping fee), valid for pickup or delivery
- Four tickets to the Farm Fall Festival on Sunday, September 23, from 1 to 5 p.m. (a $20 value)
The Farm Fall Festival will entertain guests with family-friendly activities—ranging from massages for adults to games for kids—and pumpkin prizes sculpted by nationally acclaimed pumpkin carver Pam Leno. Each festival ticket also includes an organic pumpkin and a tour of the farmland where Eat Local Produce’s workers harvest the fruits and vegetables that go inside their signature farm boxes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 20, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Valid only in select locations. Online redemption required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Eat Local Produce
As a community-supported agriculture farm, Eat Local Produce focuses on putting organic produce into locals’ hands with a weekly delivery service. Workers harvest fresh fruits and vegetables—grown without chemicals, GMOs, or other harmful acronyms—and pack them into boxes that can be delivered to customers’ doorsteps or picked up directly from the Lake Stevens farm. Since the farm features a rotating selection of more than 50 crops throughout the year, each box comes with storage tips and recipes to help customers properly preserve and prepare each piece of produce they receive.
Eat Local Produce extends its healthy-eating efforts to all socioeconomic statuses by making weekly donations to the local food bank and even accepting electronic-benefit-transfer (EBT) food benefits. The farm also supports the community and environment with living wages for its staff and organic-farming practices that implement renewable and recyclable resources.