The summer growing season is coming, and if you want to get

The summer growing season is coming, and if you want to get in on a community-sponsored agriculture program this year, you’d better sign up soon. Puget Sound Fresh has just released its 2008 CSA directory [PDF], a four-page guide to Washington farms with subscriber programs. Here are the farms that deliver to Seattle and have websites. They all say they’re taking applications; no word on who’s full up on subscribers and who’s not:Boistfort Valley Farm (starts in June)Dog Mountain Farm (summer series begins May 11)Full Circle Farm (year-round service)Growing Washington’s Local Choice Food Box (begins in June; half- and full-size boxes available)Helsing Junction Farm (starts June 19; regular and large boxes available)Jubilee Biodynamic Farm (summer season begins mid June; service mostly on-farm pickup in Carnation)Lake Cavanaugh Farm (begins June 4; pickup locations in Wallingford and Mt. Baker)Local Roots Farm (begins early June)Oxbow Farm (begins June 10)Seattle Market Gardens (begins May 23/24; small and large boxes available) — Seattle’s only in-city CSATiny’s Organics (begins June 22)Tolt River Farm (begins June 16; pickup at Magnolia Farmers Market only)Whistling Train Farm (begins June; small and large shares available)