Dedicated to the restoration and preservation of nutrient dense heirloom seeds. We do contract production for small-acreages, including seed cleaning. Looking for local growers!
Dickey farms was homesteaded 1867 Henderson/Warner Farms. It became Dickey Farms in 1921 & now spans 7 generations. Approximately 72 acres are farmed with rotating crops throughout the season. The crops harvested are: green onions, spinach, green cabbage, green beans, tomatoes, sweet corn, eggplant, peppers, summer squash, cucumbers, winter squash, cherries, peaches & apricots. the farm is GAP & Food Alliance certified.
We practice regenerative agriculture, raising heritage breed livestock and heirloom specialty crops. We improve our pastures, soils, streams, and forests every year through rotational multi-species grazing and dryland-farming with no irrigation. We use only natural methods to manage the health of our plants, animals, and the people they nourish — GMO-free, antibiotic-free, chemical-free.
Humble Roots Farm & Nursery is an all native plant nursery in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. Humble Roots provides ethically propagated native plants of the Pacific Northwest to home owners, farmers, gardeners, landscapers, schools, community groups, soil & water conservation groups, non-profits, and federal agencies. We work with all of these groups to educate people about native plants and their conservation.
We are a 4th generation family farm in the Odell area. We have cherries, peaches, pears and apples. We have a large section of naturally sweetened pies, jams, etc. using pear concentrate from our orchard. We also have a pumpkin patch and corn maze with family activities on our farm on Thomsen Rd.
I have a small farm and grow raspberries, marionberries, rhubarb, and flowers. I have uncultivated land that I would happily grow whatever you need. The farm is not certified organic, but I have never used a chemical of any kind on the farm for 20 years.
We grow organically, by hand on a south facing slope at about 300′ elevation. We have been growing produce to sell for 8 years. Our farm is small and slow. We do not produce a lot of any one thing, preferring diversity over quantity.