Year Round

Blue Raven Farm
Corbett, OR
97019
Blue Raven Farm is a woman owned, educational farm in beautiful Corbett, OR. We are committed to growing as sustainably as possible, by focusing on soil health and ecology restoration. We grow over 50 different crops and one hundred varieties to ensure your CSA share is diverse week after week.
(503) 758-7386
Hood River Organic
4780 Dee Hwy
Hood River, Oregon
97031
Hood River Organic is an organic orchard, blueberry, strawberry, apple, pear, peach, plum farm with a year-round mushroom barn and greenhouses. We grow garlic, winter squash and some other veggies but we also work closely with other local organic family farms to supply our cooperative year round CSA!
hoodriverorganic.com
(541) 354-2111
Naked Acres Farm
25720 S Beavercreek Rd.
Beavercreek, OR
97004
We at Naked Acres Farm are dedicated to providing fresh, Certified Naturally Grown seasonal produce, as well as pasture-raised pork, Animal Welfare Approved, lamb, beef and eggs to our customers. Our lamb and beef are now Certified Grassfed! We offer eggs from our free-range chickens, hand-made soap from milk produced by our goats, and canned goods from the farm’s varied produce. Look for us and our goods at the Hillsdale and Hollywood markets and our seasonal CSA.
(971) 227-5670
Campfire Farms
18232 S. Valley Vista Rd
Mulino, OR
97042
Campfire Farms produces pasture raised pork in Mulino, Oregon. We sell pork at three Clackamas County farmer’s markets as well as whole and half hogs direct to customers. Our mission is to raise happy, healthy animals in their natural environment and to provide our community with excellent tasting meat.
(503) 908-HOGS
Sun Love Farm
15030 S. Brunner Rd
Oregon City, OR
97045
Sun Love Farm is a small certified naturally grown farm located in Oregon City, OR. We grow an acre and a half of a wide variety of delicious vegetables year round. We offer a Market Share membership where members make a financial commitment to the farm and then come to the Oregon City Farmer’s Market or the Milwaukie Farmer’s Market to pick out whatever produce they like.
(914) 536-1024
Pumpkin Ridge Gardens
31067 NW Pumpkin Ridge Dr
North Plains OR 97133
Pumpkin Ridge Gardens is a 25 acre family farm operating exclusively as a CSA farm since 1990 (we do not sell to restaurants or stores). We offer HOME DELIVERY and a 12 MONTH HARVEST SEASON. We rely on compost and cover crops for fertility and only use organic (i.e. OMRI LISTED) materials on the rare occasions we need to take additional steps to protect our crops.
(503) 647-5023
Tre-Fin Foods
Ilwaco, WA
98624
Tre-Fin Foods, purveyors of Day Boat Tuna, is a small and dedicated fishing operation out of Ilwaco, Wa. We focus on responsible production and processing of albacore tuna caught and brought back to port the same day. We catch, process and deliver our tuna direct to our customers thru our CSF. Our mission is to provide a high quality source of protein year round, that is traceable and sustainable.
(360) 642-3675
Fair Valley Farm
88525 Fisher Road
Eugene, OR
97042
Fair Valley Farm is a diversified, pasture-based livestock farm located in Eugene OR. We raise pastured pork, poultry, beef and lamb in the best way we know how, allowing them to express their natural instincts and enjoy life outdoors on pasture. The result is delicious, healthy and nutritionally dense meat and poultry that our customers can feel good about eating.
fairvalleyfarm.com
(541) 525-0806
Moomaw Family Farm
17281 S Clackamas River Dr
Oregon City, Oregon
Nathan & Amanda Moomaw run a year-round Pastured Meat CSA from their farm in Oregon City, with a focus on heritage breeds, animal welfare, and environmental stewardship. As a CSA member, you choose from a mix of chicken, pork, lamb, beef and rabbit which is delivered to your home on a monthly basis.
MoomawFarm.com
Old Blue Raw Honey
Philomath, OR 97370
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.