Historic farm and homestead in Underwood, Wa. CSA runs June – Oct offering full and half shares. Naturally grown pears and concord grapes also available. Restaurant sales of vegetables, flowers and herbs also available.
3 year in progress, first year able to sell produce. Not certified organic but I do not use non organic fertilizers or pesticide. I use chickens for insect and weed control and fertilizer.
Dickey farms was homesteaded 1867 Henderson/Warner Farms. It became Dickey Farms in 1921 & now spans 7 generations. Approximately 72 acres are farmed with rotating crops throughout the season. The crops harvested are: green onions, spinach, green cabbage, green beans, tomatoes, sweet corn, eggplant, peppers, summer squash, cucumbers, winter squash, cherries, peaches & apricots. the farm is GAP & Food Alliance certified.
3rd generation family owned since 1962. Open year-round, self serve after hours. Non-pasteurized ciders sweet and now hard ciders. Fresh or frozen apple and specialty flavors. U-Pick or we pick cherries,peaches,apples pears strawberries. All natural premium lamb cuts. Our famous cinnamon sugar dried apples. Petting zoo. Vacation rental available for family’s to stay on the farm.
We specialize in sweet corn and strawberries. We have not used chemicals in the 8 years of working our farm. U-pick services are available. (Across from the Husum Golf Course). Check us out mid August into September for U Pick Corn.
On our family operated farm, run on organic and sustainable principles, we produce all things redworms and worm castings, and available in any quantity to you! This allows us to grow and produce our fine and unique pestos, and grow peppers, peashoots, sunflower shoots, moringa, Chinese water spinach, as well as more traditional veggies some grown in our aquaponics system (fish available soon), and some traditional garden style. We have quail eggs from our hardy flock of coturnix quail. We also produce tastey edible insects: mealworms and banded crickets.
Our Family-run sustainable farm produces microgreens, moringa trees, aquaponically grown veggies, composting worms, worm castings, and fodder for animals. We also teach aquaponics, vermicomposting and producing alternative sustainable feeds.
Gorge Greens Organic Microgreens are mindfully grown certified organic microgreens using “smart-farming” technology paired with sunshine. Our “Spice Up Your Life!” and “All Systems Go!” blends are grown by a team of farmer/herbalist/chef/engineers to optimize your health, taste amazing and stay fresh for weeks!
We are a part of the larger Wind River Project where waste wood will be turned into heat and power for year-round, organic food production, along with biochar, a carbon-sequestering soil builder. Check out this short video about the project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPRiPCiepZQ
We are a Mom and Pop farm. We grow a huge organic (NOT certified) vegetable garden with dahlias, sunflowers and zinnias. We grow 9 varieties of garlic, and have shallots, too. We have organic Bartlett pears in season. Occasional beef.
Hood River Microgreens was created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that has highlighted the necessity for optimal health and immunity for individuals as well as communities. I endeavor to provide the most nutritionally packed superfood available, offering you a powerful tool to optimize your vitality, health and resiliency against illness. By serving the immediate community in which these baby vegetables are grown, I am able to sustainably distribute an astonishingly fresh product that harnesses all the nutrients of a living plant.
We are a year-round cooperative CSA working exclusively with local organic family farms. We grow apples, pears, blueberries, strawberries, mushrooms and a variety of vegetables from our gardens.
We are an Oregon Tilth-certified organic farm, specializing in vine and tree crops (including winegrapes, sweet & tart cherries, pears, quince, prunes, and cider apples) since 2002.
Through its certified organic farm, herbal CSA, workshops, and farmstays, Jean Marie’s Garden offers people a way to easily and sustainably incorporate the power of herbs into their healthcare and culinary practices.
Our certified organic operation uses dryland farming techniques in Lyle, WA to produce fruit and pasture. Our on-farm winery focuses on healthful products with minimal ingredients.
U-Pick: plums, grapes, vegetables, apples.
Specialty Items: Butter, Chutney, Jelly, Jam, Infused Vinegars etc.
A small family-owned farm run by a 3rd generation Hood River county farmer. Located in Parkdale we specialize in organic and sustainable practices while using as little petroleum as possible. Leafbucket Farms raises free-range hens, seasonal vegetables, and berries.
We offer Lorna Butte Natural Spring Lambs and 4H raised hogs. Monthly processing date starting in May through October. Wild plums, eggs and other garden produce available this season. Fall display pumpkins “extra large” ready in October. Stop by for a farm visit while in Goldendale, WA. For more information visit our site: https://gorgegrown.com/lefever_holbrook_ranch.pdf
I grow more than 30 varieties of certified organic garlic for seed and culinary customers.
Marvin’s Garden is a family owned small farm. We operate a CSA program and supply fresh locally grown produce to the Goldendale Sat. Market customers. The garden is chemical and pesticide free. We plant organic seed and grow open pollinated types as much as possible, so all our produce is GMO free.
We are a small family multigenerational farm that grows fruit with our farming friends in our minds. We love being farmers and invite you all out to taste and see our harvests each year.
Small organic vegetable garden on the slopes above Hood River just north of Mt. Defiance. Specializing in Greens and Salad mixes. Other vegetables sometimes available. Family siz weekly veggie boxes available in limited quantity.
We are family-owned and operated farm growing a wide selection of vegetables and specialty pumpkins for local restaurants, grocery stores, and farm stands.
We are a certified organic family farm growing produce on Hood River’s Westside. Our aim is to produce tasty, high-quality fresh produce to nourish our community. Our growing practices protect the soil, water, and other natural resources on which we depend. Enjoy our fresh strawberries and mixed vegetables this season!
We lease our land from Upper Valley Farms in Parkdale, Oregon where we have about 2.5 acres of various fruits and veggies under cultivation. Everything is grown using organic standards and beyond. We do not spray our veggies with anything and the foundation of our fertility is well ripened compost. We grow many specialty crops such as French Melons and love to grow salad mixes throughout the spring, fall and summer. Check out our CSA for local area residents.
We are a 4th generation family farm in the Odell area. We have cherries, peaches, pears and apples. We have a large section of naturally sweetened pies, jams, etc. using pear concentrate from our orchard. We also have a pumpkin patch and corn maze with family activities on our farm on Thomsen Rd.
Patsy’s Farm is about 1 acre. I have been farming for 10 years. I have been a vendor at Mosier Farmer’s Market for many years. I have also sold my berries, other fruit, and veggies to many local restaurants, stores and bakeries. My CSA boxes will be full of variety of vegetables and berries! I am an non certified organic farmer,.
We grow organically, by hand on a south facing slope at about 300′ elevation. We have been growing produce to sell for 8 years. Our farm is small and slow. We do not produce a lot of any one thing, preferring diversity over quantity.
Our business is family owned. My family have raised vegetables and fruits for sale going back over one hundred years. My father started “Sandoz Angus farm” near 50 years ago. My household partnering with my brothers household will be increasing fruit and vegetable production to sell to the general public.
Sandoz Farm brings local natural USDA beef and pork to our customers year round. We prepare our jams and pickled products in our certified kitchen. Vegetables and fruits are all grown on the farm. We are a family owned and operated business since 1880.
We are a small certified organic farm growing a variety of vegetables for our local community.
The Big Barn Farm is a small family owned organic farm in the Trout Lake Valley. Each week during the growing seasons we deliver a box of freshly harvested vegetable and fruits to the homes of our CSA customers, and sell vegetables to the local restaurants. We have been a CSA farm since 2007.
We are a small family owned and operated farm in Lyle WA who believe everyone should be able to afford to eat healthy. We may not be certified but we do organically grow 42 varieties of tomatoes, 10 varieties of watermelon, cantaloupe, cucumbers, peppers, pumpkin, squash, lettuce, strawberries and Romanesco to name a few. We sell most of these produce out of our rural farm stand just outside our garden gate and at local farmers markets.
Raíces Cooperative Farm is a program of The Next Door, a social services nonprofit in the Gorge. The mission of Raíces is to grow fresh, organic food by sharing resources and knowledge to promote health, leadership, community building, and economic well-being.Our farmers are primarily members of our local Hispanic community who want to improve nutrition, learn how to grow organic food, and start small agricultural businesses of their own.
Tuckered Out Farm is a small, friendly membership-based farm providing produce and eggs to its members in the Hood River/Odell/Mt. Hood area. Our members enjoy fresh vegetables, flowers, fruit, and eggs June through September.
Tumbleweed Farm grows a wide variety of vegetables for our CSA, the Hood River Farmers Market, and local restaurants/caterers. We offer CSA pickup in Mount Hood, Hood River and Portland. Fresh, clean and local. No spray.
We are a small family farm located in the Hood River Upper Valley. Right now we are primarily producing delicious Certified Organic Jonagold apples, grown at the perfect altitude for both taste and appearance. We are actively expanding and hope to have many more tasty varieties, including some rare and delicious cider varieties.