17281 S Clackamas River Dr
Oregon City, Oregon
Oregon City, Oregon
Aloha, Beaverton, Beef, Bonny Slope, Canby, Chicken, Credit Cards Accepted, Customizable Shares, Forest Grove, Grass Fed/Pastured, Gresham, Happy Valley, Hillsboro, Home Delivery, Lake Oswego, Lamb, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Molalla, North Portland, Northeast Portland, Northwest Portland, Oregon City, Payment Plan Available, Pork, Portland, Salem, Sherwood, Silverton, Southeast Portland, Southwest Portland, Tigard, Troutdale, Vancouver, West Linn, Wilsonville, Year Round
Since 2013, Moomaw Family Farm lovingly raises pork, chicken, lamb, beef, and rabbit on pasture, on behalf of our 150 CSA members. As a member, you choose the types and amount of meat you want, then we deliver it to your home on a monthly basis. We raise our animals on our farm in Oregon City, just 25 minutes SE of Portland.
Philomath, OR 97370
Additional Farm Benefits for Members, Aloha, Aurora, Beaverton, Bend, Benton County, Bonny Slope, Boring, Canby, Cascade Locks, Cash/Check, Clackamas County, Clark County, Columbia County, Corvallis, Credit Cards Accepted, damascus, Dayton, Deschutes County, Estacada, Eugene, Forest Grove, Gresham, Happy Valley, Hillsboro, Home Delivery, Honey, Hood River, Hood River County, Hubbard, Lake Oswego, Lane County, Lincoln County, Main Season, Marion County, McMinnville, Milwaukie, Molalla, Multnomah County, Newberg, Newport, North Portland, Northeast Portland, Northwest Portland, Oregon City, Parkdale, Portland, Salem, Sandy, Sheridan, Sherwood, Silverton, Southeast Portland, Southwest Portland, Springfield, Sustainable Practices, The Dalles, Tigard, Troutdale, Turner, Vancouver, Vernonia, Wasco County, Washington County, Welches, West Linn, White Salmon, Willamina, Wilsonville, Winter Season, Yamhill, Yamhill County, Year Round
Old Blue Raw Honey owned and operated by Henry and Camille Storch brings you raw honey from the Willamette Valley and Oregon Coast Range. These ecologically diverse regions give us the ability to produce a wide array of unique honey varietals. Breeding our own queens to be better adapted to our local flora and climate also contributes to the resilience of our regional food systems.