Brown Bottle Farm

Brown Bottle Farm
Brown Bottle Farm is committed to growing quality produce just 30 minutes outside Portland. We cultivate over 30 types of crops and over 100 varieties, and wild harvest even more. Every task is performed by hand and hard work using biodynamic and sustainable practices. Our long term goals are to increase the longevity and sustainability of our farm land while offering quality food.

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Anna Wilson and Ryan Falk are the primary homesteaders on Brown Bottle Farm. They’ve studied Herbalism, Mycology(the study of Mushrooms), Farming, and homesteading hand in hand, lovingly, for the last 6 years. IMG_2253 (1)Along with working in the field, Anna Specializes in the preservation and processing of herbs and produce into shelf stable goods. Those goods include salves, hydrosols, preserves, jams, jellies, pickled goods, and whatever the season brings. She is also a fifth generation agriculturalist. Although her family background is in cattle she has adapted her own methods of land stewardship through plants.

IMG_2260 (1)Ryan Falk has focused his education on learning holistic and ethical farming practices. He enjoys the peace and beauty of farming, and the reward of growing food for his community. Ryan was raised in Lebanon Pennsylvania. His love for snowy mountains and lush forests brought him to the Pacific Northwest where he’s lived for over a decade. He’s proud to call Oregon home, and studies the wild life forms of our forests and fields and beyond. He is passionate about integrating permaculture into his daily life from mushroom restoration, to rain water collection. His view for the farm extends beyond making a living; he’s making a lifestyle.

Together Ryan and Anna offer quality produce with the approach-ability of family. That’s why we’re called a farmily. Our customers always come first. Their needs and interests are always considered.

IMG_2454 (1)CSA Details:
We’re offering 20 Shares for 2017
They provide for a family of 4 per week
Delieveries are Thursday at the Damascuc Farmers Market 3pm to 7pm
or Saturdays at the Oregon City Farmers Market 9am to 2pm
All shares are $500
Add on Preserves including pickles, jams, jellies, etc for $75
Add on Fresh Bread and butter from Grano Bakery for $200
All payments are due in full by May 1st

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brownbottlefarm.com
503-632-2729
14711 S Buckner Creek Rd,
Mulino, OR 97042
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