Forest Voices Community Coffee--a Missoula coffee CSA

For the winter season of 2013-2014, we are operating only a small neighborhood coffee-share program.  We are still roasting every two weeks, but delivering just to families within our Target Range neighborhood in Missoula.  Several members pick up their coffee from a home in our neighborhood; if you are interested in joining, please fill out the form below, and we will work out a good delivery option. You can read more about the history and philosophy of our coffee CSA here.  



How does it work?  

Every two weeks, we roast coffee, right here in Target Range.  The next day we deliver that  fresh coffee to our members in re-usable glass jars, which members return when empty.  We deliver directly to the door of members in our neighborhood (often by bike or on foot with the help of our husky Malaya), and arrange a few central drop-off and pick-up points for members in the rest of Missoula.  

Delivery dates for winter shares: 

December: 6th, and 20th

January 2nd, 10th, and 30th

February 13th and 27th 



If you would like to join, please fill out the form below, and we will be in touch to confirm delivery/ pickup locations.  We will enclose an invoice and an addressed, stamped envelope in your first delivery to make payment easy.  




Noah pitches in to help hand-sort coffee at the Klasik Beans cooperative in Indonesia.  Membership in the Forest Voices Community Coffee program helps link you to the people responsible for the entire process of these delicious beans, from farm to cup.  

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Please check the amount of coffee you want to receive at each delivery. (for scale, one quart jar holds 10-12 oz of coffee--just a little less than most grocery-store bags of beans) Our members report that one quart per delivery is perfect for one person, or for households who like to alternate with some of their other favorite beans. Two is good for many "normal" households; three is a good start for a work-at-home organization like Forest Voices.
Let us know if you have any questions or special requests.

The beans we roast are purchased green from farmers Noah has met in his work as a farmer trainer and auditor--these are people we trust, respect, and want to continue supporting. We try to bring you a bit of their story with each jar. Our main supply currently is from the highlands of Papua New Guinea, which makes a smooth, rich, and slightly nutty brew.