We are primarily an organic mushroom farm. Through the years we have evolved to inclue a cooperative farm-direct program into our business helping local farmers get their products into the local markets, saving on transportation costs as well as supporting the local economy. Most recently we have formed a successful cooperative CSA that brings the local products directly to the consumer’s doorstep.
We’re proud to be a Pesticide Free producer of extra delicious tomatoes, strawberries, and vegetables using soilless growing medium to prevent weed problems in the greenhouse. We use predators to combat soil pests on the farm and only ORMI approved products for insect control. Liquid fertilizers are the only non-Organic products used in our production.
We have an acre of certified organic blueberries. There are six varieties of berries on 40 year old bushes. We are open for u-pick, Wednesday through Sunday. The berries are also available at the Thursday night market, Mother’s and Rosauer’s. We also sell to local restaurants.
Our orchard specializes in sustainably growing over 75 varieties of apples and more than 2 dozen varieties of Asian and European pears as well as Peaches, Plums, and Cherries. We offer a great selection of locally grown produce at our fruit stand including vegetables, gourds, squash, home made jams and desserts, fresh cider, and local honey. Visit our website for more information on ready dates, fund raising packages, special weekend events, and our fruit shipping options. We accept WIC and Senior Citizen Coupons.
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 family-owned business growing certified organic blueberries, peaches, and pears. We will have U-pick blueberries and Saturn peaches this season. We’re located just 5 minutes from downtown Hood River on Panorama Point – head south on Highway 35 and then make a left on Eastside Road.