Virtual events & activities
9AM: Morning Guided Paddle with Alder Creek/Ridgefield Kayak.
9AM - 11AM: Fuel your hike with some waffles from Seasons Coffee! Waffles with butter and syrup $5, and $6 with strawberries and whip cream. Refresh after your hike with a small fruit smoothie, $4 available all day.
NOON: Order lunch via delivery or pick-up from a local restaurant. Find a list of what is open here.
- Virtual Farmers Market: Learn how you can support local farmers while the market is closed.
- Ridgefield Art Association Abtract Self-Portrait Art Challenge: View the gallery and vote your favorite here.
- Hike, Bike, Paddle or Walk with the 100 Miles in 100 Days Challenge! Registration is free! While you kick off your miles, do this Hiking Scavenger Hunt and other games.
- Buy a #RidgefieldResilient T-Shirt - Support the Ridgefield Family Resource Center and Local Businesses by grabbing your shirt for just $20.
- Make a bird feeder for some early summer visitors!
C.S.A. = Community supported agriculture
CSA is an acronym for Community Supported Agriculture and is a way to buy fresh fruits and vegetables directly from the farmer in your local community. Supporting local agriculture is a way to support your local business community, your neighbors and keep your food dollars in the local economy.
The concept of CSA is simple. A farmer offers a certain number of “shares” to the public. Typically the share consists of a box of vegetables, but other farm products may be included such as fruit, fresh eggs or honey.
Consumers may purchase a share (aka a “membership” or a “subscription”) and in return receive a box (bag, basket) of seasonal produce each week throughout the farming season.
The following local farms offer CSA:
- Full Plate Farm, Ridgefield, WA (Winter Only)
- Milennium Farms, Ridgefield
- April Joy Farm, Ridgefield
The following local farms are operating their farm store currently:
How to make your birdfeeder:
- Peanut Butter
- Craft/Popsicle Sticks
- Bird Seed
- Empty Toilet Paper Rolls
- Using a popsicle stick, cover outside of toilet paper roll with peanut butter.
- Roll the peanut butter covered toilet paper roll in the bird seed until covered.
- Thread a piece of twine through the toilet paper roll and knot.
- Hang where birds can enjoy!
Created with images by Lucie Hošová - "untitled image" • Marisol Casben - "Clean eating"