29009 SE Heiple Rd
Eagle Creek. OR
Eagle Creek. OR
Cash/Check, Certified Naturally Grown, Clackamas County, Clark County, Credit Cards Accepted, Estacada, Flowers, Medicinal Herbs, Multnomah County, North Portland, Northeast Portland, Oregon City, Sandy, SNAP Accepted, Southeast Portland, Vancouver, Vegetables, Work Trade
Quackenbush Farm is a small, sustainably grown vegetable farm located in the Clackamas River Valley just 25 minutes east of Portland. Since 2014, we have been growing unique, heirloom varieties that are nutrient dense, tasty, and will keep you coming back. We believe healthy food starts with healthy soil, clean water, and a farm family dedicated to the land and its delicate web of life.
25515 NE Brunner Rd
Berries, Camas, Cash/Check, Certified Salmon Safe, Clark County, Eggs, Flowers, Main Season, Medicinal Herbs, Mushrooms, Northeast Portland, Plant Starts, Portland, SNAP Accepted, Sustainable Practices, Tree Fruit, Vancouver, Vegetables
Good Rain Farm is located in Camas, Wa. 22 miles from Downtown Portland. Food sovereignty, honorable earth stewardship and community empowerment are our guiding principles. We have 12 acres of vegetable and fruit crops with an emphasis on native edibles while also raising heritage breed meat rabbits. The farm encompasses an Oregon White Oak Savannah where we focus on first nations food education.
Sandy, OR 97055
Additional Farm Benefits for Members, Breads or Grains, Cash/Check, Chicken, Credit Cards Accepted, CSA Season, Grass Fed/Pastured, Honey, Medicinal Herbs, North Portland, Northeast Portland, Payment Plan Available, Pork, Portland, Sandy, SNAP Accepted, Southeast Portland, Sustainable Practices, Transitional, Value Added Products, Vegetables
Flying Coyote Farm is a small and vibrant farm located 40 minutes outside of Portland in Sandy, Oregon. We distribute our vegetables, herbs, raw dairy, and pasture-raised meat to our CSA Program, Farmers Markets, and local restaurants. For us growing food is an essential and radical act that leads to healthier communities, land, and people. Come eat at our table and taste the difference!
28600 SE Orient Drive
Cash/Check, Credit Cards Accepted, Main Season, Medicinal Herbs, Southeast Portland, Sustainable Practices, Transitional
Rise Up Remedies is a three-quarter acre medicinal herb and mushroom farm located just outside of Portland, Oregon. We provide herbalists, herb shops, and healers with potent, locally grown medicinals while facilitating connection to earth, ourselves, and each other.
1381 Snowden Rd
White Salmon, WA
White Salmon, WA
Breads or Grains, Cash/Check, Chicken, Credit Cards Accepted, Eggs, GMO-free, Grass Fed/Pastured, Hood River, Lamb, Main Season, Medicinal Herbs, North Portland, Northeast Portland, Portland, Sustainable Practices, Value Added Products, Vegetables, White Salmon
Our mission is to increase the regional resiliency of our food system in the Northwest, bringing you pasture-raised meats & eggs. We focus on producing high-quality local proteins that excel nutritionally and are also exceptional in flavor, through the use of dryland farming, no-till soil management, specialty livestock breeds, and holistic grazing.
Cash/Check, Certified Naturally Grown, Clackamas County, Credit Cards Accepted, Gresham, Main Season, Medicinal Herbs, Multnomah County, Northeast Portland, Sandy, Vegetables
Briarpatch Botanicals is a Certified Naturally Grown (CNG) vegetable and herb farm. We practice restorative, low-till farming and try to mimic natural processes to rebuild and improve our soils. Located in Boring at the base of Mt. Hood, we’re a small yet diverse farm.
7206 NW 25th Ave
Berries, Cash/Check, Clark County, Credit Cards Accepted, Flowers, Medicinal Herbs, Need-Based Scholarship, North Portland, Northeast Portland, Portland, Transitional, Tree Fruit, Vancouver, Vegetables, Work Trade
Sprout and Blossom Farm is a small scale farm located on Vancouver Lake just 3miles from downtown Vancouver, WA. The farm grows a diverse mix of vegetables, herbs and flowers, as well as, berries and some fruit. S&B strives to be a model within the community by using sustainable growing practices, educating about food systems and addressing issues of food justice/insecurity.