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2015 DIRECTORY CENTRAL OREGON

Our partners feature an array of fresh, healthy foods, vegetables, meat, honey, dairy, eggs, herbs, arts, restaurants, accommodations and much more!


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TABLE OF CONTENTS Sponsors / Thank Yous Four Reasons to Buy Local HDFFA Overview and Directory HDFFA Programs Events / Volunteering SNAP / WIC and Farm Direct Buying Meat In Bulk Livestock Terms Tips for Cooking Today Community Supported Agriculture Coupons Partner Directory Farmers’ Markets / Farms & Ranches Herbs, Seeds & Plants Grocers & Produce Stands Restaurants Wine, Brew, Spirits & Kombucha Dairy / Coffee, Tea & Baked Goods Specialty Foods & Products Accommodations Culinary Arts, Catering, Tours & Education Support HDFFA

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FOOD & FARM DIRECTORY ONLINE DIRECTORY

Partner listings can be found at www.hdffa.org ••• BECOME A PARTNER!

Sign-up today to get listed in the Directory. ••• SPONSORSHIP & ADVERTISEMENT

There are plenty of opportunities to get the word out about your organization or business. Contact us for details. ••• CONTACT INFO

541-963-8310 HDFFA: P.O. Box 1782, Bend, OR 97709 www.hdffa.org | info@hdffa.org ••• STAY CONNECTED

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OUR SPONSORS

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Thank You! Cascade Culinary Institute (Bend), Comunidad Latina en Acción (Madras), MountainStar Relief Agency (Bend & Madras), Oregon Child Development Coalition (Madras), Redemption House (Prineville), Salvation Army (Bend), Shepherd’s House (Bend), and St. Vincent de Paul (Bend & Prineville) for hosting our Cooking Matters and Seed to Supper Programs. Bargreen Ellingson for their generous donation of cooking supplies; Parr Lumber, High Desert Mulching, and Bend Garbage and Recycling for raised bed supplies; and Volunteers in Medicine and COPA. And last but not least, Thank You Michelle, Sarah, Patty, Linda, Rose, Jules, Julian, Nina, Jennifer, Beth, Ana and Joseph for your countless hours dedicated to our programs. 4


FOUR REASONS ITS IMPORTANT TO BUY LOCAL

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Our Food and Farmer

Central Oregon crops are picked at the peak of perfection, products are hand-crafted for the best flavor, and ranchers raise their livestock using their preferred methods, from which you can choose. HDFFA supports you and your preference to buy Central Oregon to assure that farmers and food businesses have a living wage. Our challenge to you: try spending $20 a week on Central Oregon products. That’s equivalent to four craft brews, a few glasses of wine, or a nice dinner. Imagine the difference you could make in our community.

2 Our Community

When you purchase from Central Oregon you’re directly impacting the local economy in a very positive way. It’s easy to “follow the dollar” when you’re spending it within your community. • Grocery Store Chain: $1 spent, 16 cents goes to the farmer • Locally Owned Store: $1 spent, 70 cents stays local • Farm-direct: $1 spent, $1 goes to the farmer! Please frequent stores with the HDFFA logo and you’ll know your spending your dollar in the right place. (reference: USDA Economic Research Service)

3 Your Health

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” has more weight than we know. A publication by the Union of FOOD Concerned Scientists outlinesCLEAN how adding fruits and vegetables to our diets can save our lives. 725,000 U.S. citizens die each year from coronary heart disease, heart failure and stroke - all preventable diseases. If we consumed the USDA’s recommended 2 cups of fruit and 2.5 cups of vegetables daily, then 127,000 of those deaths could be prevented. Seems like a good reason to frequent the Farmer’s Market or purchase a CSA (see page 17).

4 Your Choice, Our Future

Buy Central Oregon

You can buy Central Oregon food products without breaking the bank. Consider one local food option a day such as honey in your tea, fresh jelly on your toast, or roasted chicken for dinner. It might not be feasible to get everything you need locally (even our farmer’s enjoy coffee and avocados) but a little bit goes a long way. Your choices make a difference!

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HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM ALLIANCE (HDFFA)

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The High Desert Food & Farm Alliance is a 501[c]3 non-profit citizen-based advisory group dedicated to building a sustainable food system in Central Oregon. On behalf of our community, our Board of Directory represents stakeholders from each of the counties representing the following sectors: farmers/ranchers; hunger relief; public health; land use; government; university; food businesses and the community-atlarge.

Our Mission

Our mission is to support a communitybased food system to increase access to fresh healthy food, support sustainable farm land-use, and foster relationships among farmers and consumers in the region of Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson

Counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.

A Brief History

The HDFFA was formed from the needs identified in the 2010 Central Oregon Food Needs Assessment published in coordination with regional organizations. The study addressed hunger and food insecurity, retail sales and distribution of local food, and food production. In the fall of 2010, a Food Summit was held with the keynote speaker and author Mark Winner who addressed forming a Food Policy Council. With the good graces of many wise and strong will citizens, a 13-member board was appointed in 2012 to form the new non-profit, Central Oregon Food Policy Council. In 2013, the Board of Directors re-evaluated the mission and goals and defined our new core values: Access, Agriculture and Action. Our new name better reflects our work and constituents.  We are a community based food system organization that no longer focuses on policy work; rather the needs of the community in accessing and providing healthy food.

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That’s our motto this year. When you spend your dollars and food stamps on Central Oregon products, you get healthy, fresh and nutrient-dense food. Your dollar supports the farmers and businesses that make an effort to enrich our food system. Making the choice to

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Donations And Volunteering

All of our programs are funded by your donations and supported by our amazing volunteers! With support from individual donors, family foundations and our incredible sponsors, we are able to provide these community programs. Consider supporting this work by making your tax-deductible donation on our website: www.hdffa.org, click on the “Donate” button in the upper right corner, or donate your time, energy and skills to any one of our programs.

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HDFFA PROGRAMS The High Desert Food & Farm Alliance (HDFFA) partners with farmers, ranchers and regional organizations to improve food access for everyone through our regional marketing campaign, individual support for farmers and ranchers, nutrition and garden education, and overall improvement of the Central Oregon food system. Below is a list of our programs:

Farmer-Rancher Support

Our support to our agricultural partners is tailored to meet their needs. This includes connecting with local buyers, providing marketing materials, assisting with the development of agritourism events, listening sessions on topics of interest, and partnering with local agencies to provide workshops and conferences.

Food and Garden Skills Education Courses

We are partnering with the Oregon Food Bank to deliver their SEED TO SUPPER and COOKING MATTERS curriculums. • SEED TO SUPPER is a comprehensive 5-week beginning gardening course that gives novice, adults gardeners the tools they need to successfully grow a portion of their own food on a limited budget. Each year volunteers teach the classroom program and assist individuals on how to build and maintain their gardens. In 2014, we built 11 raised beds at St. Vincent’s de Paul and the Shepherd’s House, both in Bend. • COOKING MATTERS is a 6-week course provided by community volunteers that teaches individuals and families to use fresh vegetables to cook simple and inexpensive meals. Every week participants learn to cook healthy meals and are provided a bag of food and recipe to take home and experiment. In 2014, our amazing volunteers provided Cooking Matters at the Presbyterian Church (childcare

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included) and at the Cascade Culinary Institute. In 2015, these program will expand into Crook and Jefferson Counties in partnership with the Oregon Child Development Coalition, the Comunidad Latina en Acción and MountainStar Relief Agency in Madras; the Redemption House in Crook County; and the Salvation Army, MountainStar, and St. Vincents de Paul food pantry in Bend.

Green Thumbs Up! Programs • GROW A ROW ~ GLEAN A ROW is a co-sponsored program with NeighborImpact (the regional food

bank) to encourage gardeners and farmers to grow a row or donate produce to help our neighbors in need. These programs include: • FARMERS MARKET’S GLEANING In an effort to make donating fresh food easy, we are working with participating farmer’s markets to provide HDFFA a spot for our “gleaning table”. This will be an easy drop-off location for food donations from farmers at the end of the market day, back-yard gardeners, and individual purchasing extra food at the market. NeighborImpact will pick-up and deliver the goods directly to food pantries. • FOOD DONATION TOOL Need help finding the nearest pantry or food bank? Visit our Donation Database Tool on the website where you can find the nearest pantry, their hours of operation, and the vegetables they accept as donations. • POP UP COOKING CLASSES As summer progresses and fresh food is abundant, HDFFA volunteers are available and ready to teach how to cook unusual vegetables that have been donated such as kale, winter squash or rhubarb. 7


EVENTS (C.R.O.P) Crooked River Open Pastures Events HDFFA is proud to partner with the Crook County Small Farm Alliance offering a new event starting this summer: the Crooked River Open Pastures (C.R.O.P). These FREE farm tours rotate throughout the summer and is a great way for people to experience farming in Central Oregon. Each farm tour will have vendors from 10am-2pm with kid-friendly activities. Be the first to get your C.R.O.P passport stamped! We hope to see you there! Questions? Contact meiko@hdffa.org

Get Your C.R.O.P Passport: 1. Pick up a Passport at any of these events. 2. Take a free tour and get a stamp. 3. Each time you visit a farm event you’ll get another stamp. 4. Collect 7 or more stamps and win a prize!

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SCHEDULE OF (CROP) FREE FARM TOURS & ROTATING FARMER’S MARKET

(all event hours are from 10AM-2PM) MAY 9: Dancing Cow Farm Mothers Day Celebration! See heritage breed animals, wool spinning and more. MAY 16: Bluestone Gardens Central Oregon Goat Association’s Annual Goat Jamboree! Activities for all ages. JUNE 13: Good Bike Company Offering farm bike tours, come check out this new bike shop. JUNE 20: Smudgie Goose Farm On farm Carnival & Solstice Party with special Father’s Day activities. JULY 11: Bluestone Gardens Offering herbs & plants, landscape design, goats milk, come tour their beautiful property. JULY 18: Dancing Cow Farm This is your chance to tour with the owner and see the infamous peacock.

AUGUST 8: Flying Pig Hops Tour the beauty & bounty of hops growing in Central Oregon. AUGUST 15: Wine Down Ranch Come experience “Timber to Table.” watch and learn from a professional forester. SEPTEMBER 12: Smudgie Goose Farm Learn about Bee School and other offerings from these vegetable producers. SEPTEMBER 19: Brasada Ranch Haven’t been to Brasade Ranch before? Now’s your chance to see the award winning resort. OCTOBER 10: Windy Acres “Freedom to Choose” Farm to Table with guest Joel Salatin.

For more information, farm locations and other upcoming events please visit us at www.hdffa.org

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VOLUNTEERING Volunteer With Us:

We have on-going projects and programs that are run by dedicated community members. These volunteer opportunities not only benefit our programs and participants, but also our community and you. We invite you to consider volunteering for anyone of our programs listed below. - see Program Descriptions on page 7.

Seed To Supper:

Garden Educator; Garden Mentor

Cooking Matters: Chef Instructor; Lead Assistant; Shopper

Food, Farms & General Support:

To learn more about our programs and our volunteer opportunities, please visit our website and click on “Volunteer”. If you have other specialties and skills and want to get involved with HDFFA please contact meiko@hdffa.org.

Fresh Food Recovery; Farmer/Rancher Liaison; Food Pantry Liaison

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SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP) What is SNAP

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and Oregon Trail? Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is our national Food Stamp Program. The “Oregon Trail” card is the state’s electronic benefit transfer (EBT) card and is how you spend your SNAP benefits at grocery stores and some farmers’ markets.

Que es SNAP y Oregon Trail? El Programa de Estampillas de Comida ahora se llama Programa de Asistencia Nutricional Suplementaria (SNAP). La tarjeta “Oregon Trail” es la tarjeta de débito del

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You can use your Oregon Trail card to exchange SNAP dollars for tokens at some farmers’ markets. Use these tokens at vendor booths to buy vegetables, fruit, bread, meat, and dairy products.

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SNAP en los Mercados de Granjeros

Se puede usar la tarjeta Oregon Trail para cambiar los dólares SNAP por fichas en algunos mercados de granjeros. Use las

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WIC & FARM DIRECT Farm Direct Check

The Farm Direct program provides families and seniors checks to be used on nutritious between June 1 – October 31st, 2015

WIC

Families in the Women, Infant and Children (WIC) program receive $20 worth of green Farm Direct checks from their local clinic through classes or appointments.

Seniors

Limited income seniors receive yellow letters in the mail in April stated that they are eligible for Farm Direct checks. Interested seniors must sign and return the “response card” and will be randomly selected to receive $24 green Farm Direct check.

Cheques del Programa de Nutrición Directa de la Granja

Cheques del programa nutricion directa de la granja proporciona familias y los personas mayores con cheques para usar en nutrición desde 1 de junio a 31 de octubre 2015.

WIC

Familias en el Programa Especial de Nutrición Suplementaria para Mujeres, Infantes y Niños (WIC) reciben 20 dólares en cheques para usar en nutricion directa de la granja de clínica local en classes o citas.

Personas Mayores

Los personas mayores que tienen los ingreso fijo reciben cartas amarillas en el correo en abril afirmó que son elegibles para cheques de nutricion directa de la granja. Personas mayores interesadas deben firmar y devolver la “tarjeta de la respuesta“ y serán seleccionados al azar para recibir 24 dólares de nutricion directa de la granja.

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BUYING MEAT FARM DIRECT Not that long ago, local butchers processed meat in large quantities and stored it in freezer lockers to which buyers had key access throughout the week. Buying meat in bulk allows you to choose the quality of meat that you like, as well as how it was raised, fed, finished, and even cut and packaged. We are lucky in Central Oregon as there are many choices: grass-fed or grain-finished? Organic or natural? How about a heritage livestock breed? There are a lot of options!

Should I buy a whole, half, quarter or a meat box?

Consider the following factors before choosing what to buy: • What types of cuts do you eat the most? Steaks, roast,ground meats, etc. • How much freezer space do you have?

• How much are you comfortable spending?

• How much is the processing? This will depend on the processing plant a producer uses and your processing requests. There are a couple of different fees: and any value-added processing (making bacon, sausage, jerky, etc).

How much freezer space?

How much and what do I get?

• How much meat does your family consume on average? Do you eat meat 7 nights a week, or just here and there?

As a general guide, 50 lbs. of meat (about 1/8 of a typical beef) will take up half of the freezer in the average home refrigerator; a chest or upright freezer might be a good option. Beef is best stored no more than 9-12 months (3-4 months for ground beef), to maintain freshness.

What does it cost?

When you buy in bulk (quarters, halves and wholes) you’re paying the same price per pound regardless of cuts: that means you pay the same price for ground beef as you do for filet mignon! To estimate the costs, take into consideration the following: • How much does the animal itself cost? Most producers charge based on the “hanging weight”, the weight of the carcass after inedible parts have been removed. 12

How much meat you will get depends on several factors: size, weight, fat/ muscle ratio, carcass age and cutting instructions. A beef carcass is divided into eight sections, known as primals. These are then cut into individual roasts, steaks, etc. The cuts that you get will depend on how much you buy and your cutting instructions. In the case of beef, this will include steak cuts (like new york strips, top sirloins or t-bones), braising and roasting cuts (like chuck roast, rump roasts and brisket), ground beef and misc. items like soup bones and organ meats, if you request them. A half hog will include pork chops, spare ribs, pork shoulder, hocks, ham, ground pork or sausage and bacon.

Where do I start?

For a listing of ranches, visit pages 17-30 and read their narrative to find out how they raise their livestock. For specific pricing, contact them individually. There are many options to choose from, so shop around and see what fits your needs.


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LIVESTOCK TERMS

Livestock and Meat Terms Typical terms used to describe how meat is raised and finished are described below. Don’t be shy about asking questions when talking to a farmer or rancher and know that, no matter what you choose, there is no right or wrong way to buy local meat.

• Certified Organic:

Organic certification verifies that a farm or ranch complies with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) organic regulations and standards. Organic livestock standards address many factors including land and livestock management practices, feed, recordkeeping, medication and supplements.

• “Uses Organic Methods Or Practices”:

There are costs associated with achieving and maintaining organic certification. Some farmers and ranchers will advertise that they “use organic methods” or “follow organic practices” or are “beyond organic” without being certified.

• Naturally Raised:

This is a marketing standard established by the USDA. For producers to market their products as “naturally raised” they must produce livestock that has “been raised entirely without growth promotants, antibiotics (with limited exceptions like disease), and have never been fed animal byproducts.”

• Pasture Raised:

This term often applies to hogs and chickens. Hogs and chickens cannot be exclusively “grass-fed”: they are omnivores and generally need grain in their diet (unlike cattle which are herbivores). Pasture-raised means the animal spent the majority of their life outdoors, on pasture. It does not mean the animal ate only grass or forages.

• Grass-Fed:

This label applies to beef. For meat to be labeled as “grassfed,” cattle must be fed an exclusive diet of grass and forage plants only, no grain or by-products. Producers can choose to have their grass-fed operations certified: the USDA offers a grass-fed certification, along with organizations like the American Grassfed Association (AGA).

• Grain-Finished:

This term also applies to beef. It usually means the animal was grass-fed for the majority of its life and then fed grain for the last 60-120 days (more or less, depending on the producer’s choice) to increase fat and protein in the diet, adding weight and intramuscular fat (marbling) to the animal.

• No Antibiotics/ No Hormones:

This means the animal has never received either antibiotics or growth hormones.

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TIPS FOR COOKING TODAY “Dining with one’s friends and beloved family is certainly one of life’s primal and most innocent delights, one that is both soul-satisfying and eternal.” –Julia Child I remember a time when I could count the number of foods I would eat on one hand, with fingers to spare. That all changed when I started spending more time in the kitchen. Cooking has been an essential ritual for centuries but between the 1960’s and late 2000’s the average American went from eating 92% of meals at home to 69%. So what’s changed? Time: In the 1960’s families spent about 150 minutes/day cooking, that’s 50 minutes per meal. Today, that number is 110 minutes/day, leaving 35 minutes for each meal prepared.

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Avid Recipe Reading

Find recipes that you want to try, they can be as simple or complicated as you’d like. Maybe it’s not what you prepare for your first home made meal, but try them out on a Sunday afternoon. Follow them exactly and see how they taste. You can find hundreds of recipes online, in magazines or at the library.

Improvise

Don’t get trapped by the recipe! So you don’t have buttermilk? Instead of running to the store, try making buttermilk by adding an acid (lemon juice or vinegar) to regular milk and letting it sit for a few minutes.

Plan Ahead

You can’t always get around the “time crunch” of wanting a good meal quickly. Prepare ahead of time – if you are already cutting up vegetables, take a few extra minutes and cut more vegetables than you need for your meal. Store the rest in containers in the fridge so they’re ready to cook when you’re short on time. The same can be said for grains, make 2 or 3 cups of rice instead of one, then you’ll have it on hand and ready to eat; the same goes for quinoa, pasta and beans.

Buy In bulk!

Having food in your pantry saves time and money. Consider purchasing and cooking a whole chicken instead of getting thighs or a breast, you’ll have more meat and can make chicken stock with the leftover bones. (see page 12) 14

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Often we find ourselves saying, “I can’t make that, and I have no time”. But you don’t have to spend 3 hours on a meal to make it great. You can take small steps that will empower you to take back the home-made meal and feel great because of it. Here are some small steps to become a better and healthier cook.

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TIPS FOR COOKING TODAY Become A Cabinet Cook

This is the golden place our Grandmothers got to in their cooking careers. When you’re able to open the fridge or cabinet and create something healthy and delicious from ingredients you have on hand. When following a recipe, instead of thinking “carrots, onions, broccoli” think “vegetables” and use what you have on-hand. The same goes for proteins, have you ever tried chickpeas and vegetables instead of beef in a pasta sauce? It’s delicious and adds a new texture.

Cook As A Family

Bring cooking back as a family ritual. Try “rotating cooking nights” where different hands help in the kitchen. It’s a time where your kids can learn about food and it will

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end of it though, the joy you get from sharing a home cooked meal with others is unmatched. So take a few more minutes and a few more chances.

Keep Practicing!

If you like this recipe or want some more ideas, email Meiko Lunetta at meiko@hdffa.org.

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COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE (CSA)

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Imagine this - your farmer picks vegetables fresh that morning, boxes them up and trucks them into town. After work, you swing by and pick them up, no money exchanged, just friendly hello’s and the occasional extra bag of carrots or a few sprigs of fresh basil. You take this bag home to your family, your friends or just for yourself and cook delicious meals all week. Repeat for 20 weeks!

July with less variety at the beginning and end, but don’t worry because your bags will be overflowing at peak season!

Meat CSA’s

Why buy Community Supported Agriculture?

A few farmers offer Meat CSA’s in addition to vegetables, which come in a variety of offerings and can include beef, pork and/or poultry. You could also consider buying meat in bulk (see pages 14/15).

• BUY LOCAL – your purchase directly supports and helps you to connect with Central Oregon farmers

What if I want a yearly CSA?

• EAT WELL – fresh local food provides you the greatest nutrient-dense quality possible and allows you to explore new foods and meal options • PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT – buying locally means you support farmers who are land stewards and reduce the number of food miles

What is the cost?

Yearly CSA’s are difficult with our high desert growing climate but ask your farmer if they provide extended CSA options as many offer fall crops closer to Halloween. The local business, Agricultural Connections, offers year-round multi-farm CSA boxes in convenient drop-sites throughout Central Oregon.

How do I choose?

Look for the symbol in the Farm and Ranch listing on pages 18-30, or visit our online directory at www.hdffa.org. To find out specific details, contact a farmer.

As a CSA member, you’re purchasing a share before the season starts which enables the farmer to plan their crops. Typical shares range from $350-$700 depending on the size. If you aren’t able to pay this all at once, many farmers will accept payment plans. SNAP benefits (see page 12) can be used at participating farmer’s markets and some farmers will trade food for labor.

Vegetable CSA’s

Most shares run for 18-20 weeks from June-October and include a variety of greens and vegetables. Small shares typically feed 1-2 people while large shares can feed a family of four. Keep in mind that the growing season peaks in 16

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COUPONS OSSO BEEF BUY ONE BURGER GET ONE FREE

Support your Central Oregon farmers and food businesses by utilizing these amazing coupons! (ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER)

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DANCING COW FARM 10% DISCOUNT ON ANY DANCING COW PRODUCTS At The Locavore Store on Saturday July 18th.

Limit one free per family. Expires 6/30/15. See our website for more coupons.

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RAINSHADOW ORGANICS 5% OF ANY CSA Expires 6/1/2015.

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DOME GROWN $50 OFF A LARGE OR SMALL CSA SHARE

RED PLATE FOODS 20% OFF FIRST-TIME ONLINE ORDERS

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With coupon code WELCOME20. Expires 12/31/15.

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SMUDGIE GOOSE 20% OFF YOUR PURCHASE OF PRODUCE OR PICKLES

FRESHFIELDS FARM 15% OFF ANY OF BAKED GOODS Purchased at the farm stand for the month of July 2015.

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JUSTY’S JELLYS: BUY 2 GET ONE FREE, Redeemable at any farmers market. Expires 12/31/15.

MAHONIA GARDENS 10% OFF OF YOUR PURCHASE At Northwest Crossing or Sisters Farmers Market.

NATURE’S GENERAL STORE 10% OFF ANY PURCHASE OVER $50 Expires 12/31/15.

At the farm stand, June 1-Oct 31, 2015 at 19221 NE O’Neil Hwy, Redmond OR.

PURCHASE A REGULAR PRICE VENTURE GROWLER FILL AND RECEIVE A FREE VENTURE 14OZ TO-GO CUP FILL.

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*Offer valid when customer signs up for a weekly or every-other week lettuce subscription (pickup or delivery). Pre-payment for 12 weeks required. 

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2015 CENTRAL OREGON FOOD & FARM DIRECTORY FARMERS’ MARKET

FARMS & RANCHES

Bend Farmers Market

Two locations in Bend: (Wed) Brooks Alley Downtown: (Fri) Mt. View High School North Parking lot off of 27th St., Bend www.bendfarmersmarket.com Jun 19 -Oct 14, Wed (Downtown), 3pm-7pm Jun 19-Aug 21 Fri (Mtn. View H.S.), 2pm-6pm

Bend Farmers Market is blossoming into one of Oregon’s leading farm–direct marketplaces, bringing together growers and producers with people who hunger for fresh, local, healthful foods and agricultural goods.

Bear Creek Farm

Dawn Stuart 23075 Bear Creek Rd., Bend 541-480-1829 ds@bearcreekfarm.org www.bearcreekfarm.org By appt. and home delivery. A sustainable small farm in Bend, raising all natural, 100% pastured heritage breeds, with a focus on Jacob Sheep. We sell lamb and wool products including pelts, fleece yarn and clothing.

1216 NE 1st St., Bend 541-633-7388 www.centraloregonlocavore.org Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat, 12pm-5pm

Bluestone Gardens & Landscape

Onda Hall-Hueners 12555 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541-610-4339 ondah@aol.com www.facebook.com/BluestoneGardens

Year-round farmers market. see full description under Grocers.

Madras Saturday Market

Sehallee Park 7th and C St., Madras www.facebook.com/pages/Madras-Saturday-Market Saturdays, Jun to Sep, 9am-2pm The Madras Saturday market offers local produce, meat, cheese, baked and preserved foods of all kinds, along with arts, crafts and entertainment.

Offers seasonal vegetables, herbs and plants, fresh eggs, and goats milk. See full description under Herbs, Seeds & Plants.

NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market

Over 60 vendors selling locally grown and crafted products complete with live music!

Offers grass-fed raw milk Jersey cow cheeses. See full description under Dairy.

2762 NorthWest Crossing Dr., Bend www.nwxfarmersmarket.com Saturdays, Jun 20-Sep 19, 10am-2pm

Centennial Park, Redmond www.facebook.com/pages/Redmond-Farmers-Market Tuesdays, Jun-Sep, 3pm-6pm The Redmond Farmers Market is located in Centennial Park in downtown Redmond. We have a great selection of vendors, all from Oregon offering fresh, local and organic fruits and veggies. The Redmond Farmers Market is your grocery list with the local twist!

Sisters Farmers Market

Downtown Sisters Cascade Ave., Sisters www.sistersfarmersmarket.com Fridays, Jun-Sep, 2pm-5pm

A local farmers market featuring food, meat, plants and products made or grown in Central Oregon. Live music every week!

Meat and Poulty

Jerre Kosta Dodson 2853 NE Johnson Creek Rd., Prineville 541-306-0226 farmjerre@gmail.com www.facebook.com/dancingcowfarm Farm open by appt. with 24 hours notice.

A woman-owned and operated farm using holistic, biodynamic and permacluture methods. My beef and lamb have the genetics to be raised and finished on Central Oregon grass creating a savory terrior – or “sense of place”. I also raise gardens, Dexter Cattle, Jacob Sheep and Tamworth Pig and have been farming since 2002.

DD Ranch

Redmond Farmers Market

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We are a family cattle and hay producer in NW Redmond and raise Black Angus cattle and grow alfalfa and orchard grass hay. You pick out an animal and we help you arrange for beef processing.

Cada Dia Cheese

Cher 9609 NW Sharp Rd., Prineville 541-788-7723 cadadiacheese@yahoo.com www.cadadiacheese.com Contact us to schedule a visit.

Eggs

Ed Stabb 2940 NW 74th St., Redmond 541-280-1895 edsredmond@gmail.com www.stabbranches.com Daily, 8am-5pm

Dancing Cow Farm

Central Oregon Locavore

Vegetables and/or Fruit

Crump Ranch

Central Oregon Ostrich

Michael Lehman 7600 SW Quarry Ave., Redmond 541-923-5076 Michael@centraloregonostrich.com www.centraloregonostrich.com Call or email for appt. Ostrich is a red meat, high in iron, naturally low in saturated fat, and compared to ground beef, contains 50% less fat per serving. Our ostrich yearlings are finished on brewers grains from local local breweries. If you are looking for a healthy alternative to beef but contains half the fat and 1/3 fewer calories per serving, ostrich is an excellent choice.

Dairy

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Value-Added Products

Jeff & Linda Anspach 3836 NE Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne 541-548-1432 info@ddranch.net www.ddranch.net DD Ranch is known throughout Central Oregon as one of the best sources for 100% grass-fed and finished beef. We sell in bulk through our farm store and at local stores and through our year-round CSA. We also have heritage breed pork, honey and delicious eggs. Don’t miss our pumpkin patch!

Dome Grown Produce

Amanda Benkert 7858 SW 61st St., Redmond 541-678-3064 Amanda@domegrown.org www.domegrown.org We are a small family farm producing natural, sustainable, and organically grown vegetables, herbs, flowers and orchard fruits and berries. We also have organically fed, egg laying chickens. All the seed we use is non-GMO, certified organic, and/ or heirloom. We are now accepting CSA customers for the 2015 growing season.CSA available Jun-Oct

Community Supported Agriculture

Farmers’ Market

Farm visits and purchases


Edible Farmacy

Good Earth Farm

We have organically and sustainably grown vegetables; beef that is grass-fed and finished on an organic grown field; and eggs that are pasture raised and with organic feed supplemented.

We offer seasonal produce for our CSA, local markets and restaurants; free-range eggs using sustainable and organic practices.

Susie Hart Bend 541-389-9808 ediblefarmach@earthlink.net By appt.

Fields Farm

Debbie Fields 31915 Pettigrew Rd., Bend 541-382-8059 fieldsfarmdeschutes@gmail.com www.fieldsfarm.org

On-farm stand open daily during daylight hours. We are a 10 acre farm in Bend and grow vegetables and berries using organic, sustainable methods.

Flying Pig Hops

Mary Louis 19900 NW Butler Rd., Terrebonne 541-504-3251 flyingpighops@ykwc.net www.facebook.com/flyingpighops Open by appt.

Offers hops and garlic. See full description under Herbs, Seeds & Plants

Fresh Start Farms

Kathi Miller 63530 Johnson Ranch Rd., Bend (Alfalfa) 541-317-5925 Year round by appt.

Real food, grown with integrity. Closed herd, heirloom breeds, no growth hormones, no antibiotic feed, no fertilized pastures, free range, beyond natural and humane. Grass-fed and finished beef. Pork, chicken, turkey and eggs. Beef and pork sold in 1/4, 1/2 and whole.

Kevin McBride 63951 Deschutes Mkt Rd., Bend 541-420-0906 kevin@goodearthfarmsbend.com www.goodearthfarmsbend.com Farm visits, May-Oct, by appt.

We are pesticide-free family farm growing seasonal produce, specialty garlic, flowers and herbs. Our free range, pasture fed eggs and fresh pies, breads and jams and pickles are available on our roadside farm stand. CSA available in late summer to early fall. Sign up on our website.

Chris Casad 22135 Erickson Rd., Bend 541-815-6483 juniperjunglefarm@gmail.com www.juniperjunglefarm.com

Juniper Jungle Farm grows seasonal produce for our CSA program, farmers markets Wednesday (downtown Bend) and Saturday(NWX), and restaurant wholesale. We also raise beef for 1/4’s and 1/2’s called “veggie beef”, and raise bees and sell honey seasonally. Our farming practices are biodynamic and we are a non chemical farm.

Gunpowder Roasting Ranch Krista Vegter 20000 Marsh Rd., Bend 541-241-2992 gunpowderroasting@gmail.com www.gunpowderranch.com Call first, by appt. only

Organic Pasture Raised Heritage Pork, Nitrate Free Cures, and Organic Fair Trade Coffee Roasting.

Herbal Goddess Medicinals Holly Hutton 63287 Morningstar Ct., Bend 541-408-4558 herbaltarotgoddess@gmail.com www.herbalgoddessmedicinals.com

Offers plants, seeds, classes, herbal consultation and medicinal herbal products. See full description under Herbs, Seeds & Plants

HolmesStead Ranch

Michael C. Holmes 24075 E. Hwy 20, Bend 541-322-6992 HolmesSteadRanch@aol.com www.holmessteadranch.com Weeknights and weekends, 5:30pm-7:00pm

We are a small family run farm/ranch located east of Bend. We raise wholesome goat, pork, and poultry and a variety of organically grown fresh vegetables in season. Fresh farm free range chicken and duck eggs available. Heritage breed Turkeys are available for Thanksgiving.

Freshfields Farm

Donna Caffee 19189 Dayton Rd., Bend 503-970-9852 freshfieldsfarmbend@gmail.com www.freshfieldsfarmbend.com Stand open weekends Apr-Jun, 10am-2pm; Daily, Jun 15th, 10am-6pm

Juniper Jungle Farm

Juniper Grove Farm

Pierre Kalisch 2024 SW 58th St., Redmond 541-923-8353 pierre@junipergrovefarm.com www.junipergrovefarm.com Call for more information.

Mahonia Gardens

Benji Nagel contact us to visit Sisters 541-420-8684 mahoniagardens@gmail.com www.facebook.com/mahoniagardens Sisters and NW CrossingFarmers Market and find us on facebook We are a small farm in Sisters growing vegetables, herbs, flowers, rare plants and eggs. We keep it simple--no chemicals, hand-tilled and hand weeded.

Maragas Winery

Doug Maragas 15523 SW Hwy 97, Culver 541-546-5464 info@maragaswinery.com www.maragaswinery.com Jan - May, Wed-Sun, 11am-5pm; May-Dec, Wed-Mon, 11am -5pm

Offers eggs. See full description under Wine, Brews, Spirits & Kombucha.

Osso Beef

Linda Kinville 9550 NE Wilson Creek Road, Ashwood 541-489-3468 linda@ossobeef.com www.OssoBeef.com Available year round. Visit website for updates.

Taste the most wonderful beef flavor you can imagine. Back country, open range, high desert pastures, fresh spring water, horse quality hay and alfalfa finishing. Never feed grain or grain grasses. High in balanced Omegas and CLA. Experience heart healthy, home grown, pure virgin quality beef.

Lamb, goat, potatoes, and raw goat milk.

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Paradise Produce

Terri Buck 6651 N Adams Dr., Madras 541-350-0468 ltfourbucks@msn.com www.facebook.com/pages/Paradise-Produce Daily, May-Oct, open all the time. We have a large selection of garden fresh vegetables, picked daily. Large quantities for canning are available. We offer cage free eggs and local honey, vegetable starts and bedding flowers and are set up at Madras Saturday Market. Prepackaged self-serve veggies.

Pine Mountain Ranch

Loretta Spahmer 23585 E Hwy 20, Bend 541-312-0185 ljspahmer@yahoo.com www.pmrbuffalo.com Fri, 11am-3pm; other times by appt.

Prineville Lavender

Raven’s Beak Farm

Offers fresh lavender products. See full description under Seeds, Herbs & Plants.

Registered breeders of Angora goats and Gotland sheep. We shear, clean, hand dye and handspin our fiber on our own farm. We sell our animals as well as wool and mohair fleece, handspun art yarn, and handmade products. We supply champion animals to 4-H and Future Farmers of America (FFA) participants at a reasonable price.

Kristi Hiaasen 483 NE Short Ln., Prineville 541-447-6217 prinevillelavender@gmail.com Farm visits by appt.

Radicle Roots Farm

James Berntson 17509 Paladin Dr., Bend 541-730-8774 jameslberntson@gmail.com www.radiclerootsfarm.weebly.com May-Oct

Sustainable market garden using organic practices to grow heirloom and specialty vegetables. Produce available at Sisters Farmers Market, Central Oregon Locavore and local wholesale markets.

We are a sustainable grass pastured livestock ranch raising buffalo, yak, and beef. We source Rocky Mountain Elk from local ranches.

Located between Bend and Sisters, we offer herb plants, vegetable starts, and seasonal produce grown using organic methods. We also have preserved products such as pickles, relishes, jams, and jellies.

Redband Ranch

Bill or Gretchen Atherton 11400 NE Cook Ln., Madras 541-475-3507 redbandranch@yahoo.com Call for availability. We are also open by appt. for student group visits. Dining hall and commercial kitchen on-site.

Our grass-fed and finished Dexter and Highland/ Dexter beef is lean and flavorful. There are no growth hormones/antibiotic feed. Our pastures are chemical-free, naturally fertilized and legume rich. Some people claim we operate a heifer spa, not a farm. Yes, there are lush pastures, shade in summer, shelter in winter, fresh well water and back rubs and combing... but we prove this really is a farm by selling USDA inspected frozen meat in meal-sized packages with 1/4, 1/2, whole or as frozen mixed-cut boxes. Local delivery available. Please give us a call!

Plainview Gardens

Gayle Hoagland 18344 Fryrear Ranch Rd., Bend 541-410-2026 plainviewgardens@aol.com www.facebook.com/plainviewgardens By appt. only; home deliveries available

Michele Long 6306 Valley View Rd., Powell Butte 541-447-9276 michelong@earthlink.net Year round by appt.

Photo Credit Rainshadow Organics

Rainshadow Organics

Sarahlee Lawrence 70955 NW Lower Bridge Rd., Terrebonne 541-279-0841 sarahlee.lawrence@gmail.com www.rainshadoworganics.com

We are a full-diet farm with dozens of varieties of certified organic vegetables, herbs, berries, flowers, as well as pasture-raised pork, chicken, eggs, turkeys, and beef. We offer year-round options for CSAs and can be found at farmers markets in the summer. We also offer fresh milled wheat.

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RedTail Farm

Heidi Moir 64894 Old Bend Redmond Hwy, Bend 541-350-3667 heidi@cascadeaudio.com www.redtailfarmofbend.com Mon-Sat, Apr 1-Nov 30, 9am-5pm

We offer organic specialty greens, vegetables, grassfed pasture raised pork, beef, lamb, turkey, chicken and eggs, nitrate-free sausage, ham and bacon.


Remuda Ranch

T-Bone Hay & Cattle

We have Piedmontese Cattle, calves, bulls and breeding stock. We have grass fed, grass finished locker beef available in the fall by the quarter, half or whole. Processed in a USDA inspected facility.

We raise natural grass-fed Anges Beef that are born, raised and grazed here on our ranch in Culver. We also have eggs from free range chickens.

Jerry or Nancy Klatt 14449 SW Hwy 97, Culver 541-546-6778 jnremuda@gmail.com

The Next Season Farm

Marilyn Kasch 3604 SW Park Ln., Culver 541-771-9445 tbonehayandcattle@yahoo.com

Sagestruck Herbary

Lin Perelli Wright 63275 Eastview Dr., Bend 541-918-1654 lin.perelli@zoho.com www.sagestruckherbary.com Call or email for appt. and visit our Facebook page for updates.

Billie Estridge 15333 NW O’Neil Hwy, Redmond 541-480-1340 tcf@cbbmail.com www.facebook.com/timbercreekfarmoregon

Scronce Farm Co.

Photo Credit Mahonia Gardens

Teckelhut Acres

Scronce Farm is located just east of Bend where we offer fresh strawberries, raspberries, vegetables and beef.

SmudgieGoose Farm

Rob Dellenback 19221 NE O’Neil Hwy, Redmond 541-215-0357 smudgiegoosefarm@gmail.com www.smudgiegoosefarm.com

Farm Stand open Jun-Nov, Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm Established with the goal of producing the freshest, most nutrient-dense organic food, while developing an educational farm for sustainable farming practices. We have added a 3-season, sustainable, beekeeping education series. We produce organic vegetables, herbs, fruit, flowers, eggs, and pickles.

The Next Season Farm is a local hydroponic farm that produces pesticide-free, healthy and delicious leafy greens. We have designed a year-round, computer and sensor controlled environment greenhouse. Hydroponic growing methods are 60-80% more efficient use of water and nutrients compared to traditional agricultural methods. We use all organic growing methods and practices available to us. We hope you enjoy our year-round locally grown produce!

Timber Creek Farm

Offers herbs, flowers and specialty greens. See full description under Seeds, Herbs & Plants.

Karl Scronce 21800 Paloma Dr., Bend 541-281-2053 karl.scronce@gmail.com Farm visits available, call for appt.

Ryan Snead 19138 Park Commons Dr., Bend 408-396-7057 thenextseasonfarm@gmail.com www.thenextseasonfarm.com

Sussie Due Call, email or text for an appt., Bend 541-408-3574 teckelhut@q.com www.teckelhut.com Mon-Thu, 10am-4pm; Fri, 10am-noon; all other times by appt.

Eggs and hatching eggs from Buckeye, Vorwerk or Chantecler Chickens. NPIP #345. Meat and show rabbits. Satin, Argente Brun, Champagne de Argent. Butchering available (humane killing system). Polish Rabbits on occasion. Certified naturally raised. Humanely operated. Our stock is treated with kindness!

Year round, call to schedule a ranch visit; visit facebook page for updates. Purchase Timber Creek Farm’s Columbia lamb year round. Our lamb is humanely grown in Crook County without the use of growth hormones or antibiotics. Cuts are frozen and vacuum packed in a USDA facility. You can also select from a variety of specialty sausages. Custom orders for whole and halves are available.

Tumalo Lavender

Gordon or Judy Knight 19825 Connarn Rd., Bend 541-383-2441 info@tumalolavender.com www.tumalolavender.com Seasonal May 1st-Dec 15th, Mon-Tues and Thu-Sat, 9am. Call us for more information.

Offers unique lavender products. See full description under Seeds, Herbs & Plants

The Family Farm

Joi Fedance 4770 SW Jericho Ln., Culver 541-546-6249 The-family-farm@hotmail.com Stop by or call from 9am-7pm; like us on Facebook.

Green grass, beautiful mountain views. Life is good on The Family Farm. Bees are buzzing, chickens run amok and Gladys, the Jersy milk cow, reigns queen over it all. Come visit us on Farming Tuesdays 9:30am-11:30am during the month of July. Ages 2-12 free with their big people. Call us about field trips.

Photo Credit Josselyn Peterson Vegetables and/or Fruit

Eggs

Meat and Poulty

Dairy

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Value-Added Products

Community Supported Agriculture

Farmers’ Market

On-Farm, U-Pick and Stand

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Vaquero Valley Ranch & Cattle Co.

Volcano Veggies

Windy Acres Farm

We raise 100% grass fed and grass finished beef in Central Oregon. No grain, no feedlots, no hormones or antibiotics. No order too small or large, custom orders OK.

Indoor, organic aquaponic farm growing salad greens, herbs and Tilapia fish. Aquaponics is a closed loop system that uses 99% less water than traditional farming. Our YEAR-ROUND produce tastes better, lasts longer and is more nutritious! Sign up for a weekly or every-other-week subscription today.

Windy Acres Dairy and Devine Ovine are partnering to provide raw dairy products, grass fed meats, poultry products, honey, veggies and more!

Ron Miller 26920 S. Crooked River Hwy, Prineville 541-382-0043 vvrccbeef@gmail.com www.bendbeef.com Open year-round by appt.

Variegated Gardens

Meri Wallace 5272 SW Quarry Ave., Redmond 541-233-8652 meri@lazyw.net www.VariegatedGardens.com Daily at the farm; markets, special events, and plant delivery available.

White Diamond Ranch

Offers culinary herbs and plants. See full description under Seeds, Herbs & Plants.

Vegetables and/or Fruit

Eggs

Shannon Sbarra 1201 NE 2nd St., Suite B, Bend 541-728-3355 info@volcanoveggies.com www.volcanoveggies.com Year-round, please call for visiting info.

Meat and Poulty

Ann Snyder 9101 NE Wilson Ck Rd., Ashwood 541-489-3239 annsnyder@rconnects.com www.facebook.com/WhiteDiamondRanch

Madras Saturday Market (Jun-Sep) and at the ranch. Please call ahead if coming to the ranch. We sell lamb, goat of nearly all common cuts, and several varieties of sausage at several local outlets.

Dairy

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Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Value-Added Products

Billie Johnson 3320 NW Stahancyk Ln., Prineville 541-613-5239 windyacres26@gmail.com windyacresdairyfarm.com Visit our website for up-to-date info.

Wine Down Ranch

Mary Beyer 500 NE McKay Creek Rd., Prineville 503-810-7003 winedownranch@gmail.com www.winedownranch.com Year-round by appt., firewood available.

We are a small family owned and operated working ranch. Our 2,100 acres of scenic forestland and meadows are nestled against the Ochoco National Forest. We raise all natural, hormone and antibiotic free, grass-fed Black Angus beef and we follow sustainable forestry and farming practices. In addition to our beef, we also provide local firewood (juniper, pine and fir) and hay.

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HERBS, SEEDS & PLANTS

375 SW Powerhouse Dr. Suite 110, Bend 541-306-6855 www.savoryspiceshop.com/bend Mon-Sat, 10am-8pm; Sun, 11am-6pm

Bends Indoor Garden Station (BIGS) 35 NW Bond, Bend 541-385-5222 www.bendsindoor.com Mon-Fri, 10am-7pm; Sat-Sun, 10am-5pm

Savory Spice Shop is a full service spice shop offering over 400 products including spices, herbs, extracts, locally made food products, and spice related merchandise. Spices and herbs can be purchased in quantities from as little 1/2 oz up to lbs. Come see us and make your next dish Savory.

BIGS is your number one source for all your indoor and outdoor gardening needs! We supply everything from small indoor hydroponic growers to large outdoor farmers! Come in and ask any of our experienced employees your questions!

SmudgieGoose Farm

Bluestone Gardens & Landscape

12555 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541-610-4339 www.facebook.com/BluestoneGardens

Mahonia Gardens

We are a family run farm that follows organic and humane practices. We offer seasonal vegetables, herbs and plants, fresh eggs, and goat milk. We take orders for grass-fed beef, goat, pork and turkeys. Our farm can be reserved for your special events (weddings, family reunions, etc.) Hours vary, please call ahead.

Offers herbs, flowers, rare plants. See full description under Farms & Ranches.

Central Oregon Seed Exchange

Paradise Produce

Bend 541-647-9604 www.seedexchange.weebly.com Year-round, Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm

Central Oregon Seed Exchange is a network dedicated to strengthening our farming and gardening community in Central Oregon. We work to increase local seed saving, provide education, develop/ distribute seed stock acclimatized to our unique area, and support sustainable agriculture in Central Oregon.

Flying Pig Hops

19900 NW Butler Rd., Terrebonne 541-504-3251 www.facebook.com/flyingpighops Open by appt.

We are a small farm growing hops and garlic all hand picked and processed. We have never used any chemical fertilizers, herbicides or insecticides. We are working toward a permaculture farm system with the help of nature and our sheep and chickens.

Herbal Goddess Medicinals

63287 Morningstar Ct., Bend 541-408-4558 www.herbalgoddessmedicinals.com By appt, email or call.

A small cottage garden, specializing in Western and Chinese medicinal herbs. Herbal Goddess Medicinal offers plants, seeds, classes, herbal consultation and medicinal herbal products.

Juniper Jungle Farm

22135 Erickson Rd., Bend 541-815-6483 Www.juniperjunglefarm.com

Offers seeds. See full description under Farms & Ranches.

contact us to visit Sisters 541-420-8684 mahoniagardens@gmail.com www.facebook.com/mahoniagardens

6651 N Adams Dr., Madras 541-350-0468 www.facebook.com/pages/Paradise-Produce Daily, May-Oct, Pre-packaged self-serve veggies at farm stand. Offers vegetable starts and bedding flowers. See full description under Farms & Ranches.

Plainview Gardens

18344 Fryrear Ranch Rd., Bend 541-410-2026 www.facebook.com/plainviewgardens By appt. only; home deliveries available

Offers herb plants, vegetable starts, and preserved products. See full description under Farms & Ranches.

Prineville Lavender

483 NE Short Ln., Prineville 541-447-6217 Farm visits by appt.

Fresh lavender in season. Dried lavender bouquets, lavender essential oil, goat milk soap, handmade sachets and dream pillows, soothing neckwraps and eye pillows, refreshing lavender spritzers and other gift items. A variety of fresh vegetables in season.

19221 NE O’Neil Hwy, Redmond 541-215-0357 www.smudgiegoosefarm.com Farm Stand open Jun-Nov, Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm

Offers herbs, fruit, flowers, eggs, and pickles. See full description under Farms & Ranches.

Tumalo Lavender

19825 Connarn Rd., Bend 541-383-2441 www.tumalolavender.com Seasonally; May 1st-Dec 15th, Mon-Tues; Thu-Sat, 9am-4pm

Certified organic farm. We propagate lavender, sell plants, steam distill lavender oil and hydrosol. Store: handcrafted lavender soaps, lotions, gourmet lavender-infused jams, jelly and honey. Seasonal fresh cut lavender, refreshing lavender lemonade, baked goods. We also sell our products online.

Variegated Gardens

5272 SW Quarry Ave., Redmond 541-233-8652 www.variegatedGardens.com Daily at the farm; markets, special events, and plant delivery available.

Variegated Gardens is a herb nursery in Redmond focused on locally grown culinary herbs and plants for the climate of the High Desert. The plants we sell are grown without the use of fungicides, herbicides or pesticides, with no chemicals on or near our plants. We sell herbs starts, fresh cuttings and dried whole leaf as individual or in combo. Let us show you how to grow, when to plant, how to cook and include herbs in a total healthy lifestyle.

Sagestruck Herbary

63275 Eastview Dr., Bend 541-918-1654 www.sagestruckherbary.com Call or email for appt.; visit our Facebook page for updates.

We grow a diversity of herbs, flowers, and specialty greens for culinary and medicinal uses. We also make hand-crafted infused vinegars and oils to enhance every meal. We can be found at farmers markets during the summer and Central Oregon Locavore year-round.

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CENTRAL OREGON BUSINESSES GROCERS & PRODUCE STANDS Agricultural Connections

1470 NE 1st St., Suite 150, Bend 541-228-5330 www.agriculturalconnections.com Online store open all day, every day! Agricultural Connections delivers farm-fresh food year-round. We sell organic, natural, local and regional food to both retail and wholesale customers in Central Oregon. We are open YearRound! Submit orders weekly via our convenient online store. We offer sustainable bike delivery in Bend.

C.E. Lovejoy’s Brookswood Market (Lovejoy’s Market) 19530 Amber Meadow Dr., Bend 541-388-1188 www.celovejoys.com Daily 7:30am-9pm

At Lovejoy’s Market we believe in providing our neighbors with an assortment of high quality, local foods throughout our full service grocery store.

Central Oregon Locavore

1216 NE 1st St., Bend 541-633-7388 www.centraloregonlocavore.org Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat, 12pm-5pm Locavore is your resource for one-stop local shopping. Enjoy a selection of products from over 200 local farmers, ranchers & producers. As a non-profit we operate eight local food educational programs, including farm to table dinners. We support local food and local farmers. Become a member and save!

Devore’s Good Food Store

1124 NW Newport Ave., Bend 541-389-6588 www.devoresgoodfoodstore.com Mon-Sat, 9am-6:30pm; Sun, 10am-6pm. Hours may change in winter.

We opened in 1977 to promote healthy, organically grown food. We offer a diverse take-out deli using organically grown and local produce. We can also create party platters in a variety of sizes made to order.

Great Earth Natural Foods

46 SW ‘D’ St., Madras 541-475-1500 www.greatearth.biz Mon-Fri, 7am-6pm; Sat, 9:30am-2pm

Great Earth offers an array of healthy food products, freshly baked goods with vegetarian and gluten-free breakfast and lunch options. Our menu is always evolving to bring our customers exciting new dishes and seasonal menus. We also offer catering and a bulk buying club of natural foods and health products.

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Nature’s General Store

Corner of 3rd & Revere in the Wagner Mall, Bend 541-382-6732 www.shopnatures.com Mon-Fri, 9am-9pm; Sat 9am-8pm; Sun, 10am-8pm Your natural food marketplace owned and operated by the same family since 1983. We proudly carry over 1900 products grown, raised or produced in Oregon.

Newport Ave. Market

1121 NW Newport Ave., Bend 541-382-2467 www.newportavemarket.com Daily 7am-10pm A locally owned, independent specialty food store.

Paradise Produce

1234 NW Galveston Ave., Bend 541-390-9909 www.facebook.com/paradisefarmstand Daily 10am-6pm We source the best local and organic fruits and veggies from Central Oregon as well as regional farms.

Whole Foods

2610 NE Hwy 20, Bend 541-389-0151 www.wholefoodsmarket/stores/bend Daily 8am-9pm At Whole Foods Market Bend, we strive to offer local products throughout our store. We carry local produce, meats, cheese, body care, supplements, baked goods and more!

RESTAURANTS 900 Wall Restaurant and Bar 900 NW Wall St., Bend 541-323-6295 www.900wall.com Daily, 3pm-Close

900 Wall is committed to utilizing products that are true to their season, raised with respect, and sourced with a commitment to our environment. We feel that part of our responsibility to the community and as a business is to source product with integrity and of the highest quality we can find.

Bad Wolf Bakery and Bistro

1133 Wall St., Suite 100, Bend 541-617-5770 www.badwolfbakeryandbistro.com 7am-3pm. This will be changing come summer 2015; check facebook for updates A Bakery and Bistro. See full description under Coffee, Tea and Baked Goods.

Bean, Pea & the Pumpkin

Food cart and delivery, Bend 541-610-5342 www.beanpeaandthepumpkin.com Delivery or pickup on Wednesdays

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Offers delicious “soup-scriptions”. See full description under Specialty Food & Products.

16986 SW Brasada Ranch Rd., Powell Butte 541-526-6865 www.brasada.com Open year-round

Voted “#1 Best Resort in the Pacific Northwest” by Conde Nast Traveler. Brasada is nestled into the mountains overlooking Bend where you’ll find eight luxurious Ranch House Suites and cabins, championship golf and Spa Brasada. Saddle up and ride miles of soft trails, hike our 1,800 acres, savor farm-to-table dining, and take in legendary sunsets. Kids are in heaven at The Ranch.

Broken Top Bottle Shop

1740 NW Pence Lane, Suite 1, Bend 541-728-0703 www.BTBSbend.com Daily, 11am-10pm Something for everyone! Amazing eats! Housesmoked meats, vegetarian and gluten free options! Award winning food -- house-made and local! 12 rotating beer & cider taps! Hundreds of bottled & canned beer, cier, sake, mead, wine & kombucha! Live music, family-friendly and a sunny dog-friendly patio.

Deschutes Brewery

1044 NW Bond St., Bend 541-382-9242 www.deschutesbrewery.com Sun-Tue, 11am-10pm; Wed-Thu, 11am-11pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-12am At Deschutes Brewery we strive daily to use local and sustainable products in the food we serve. We also work closely with local vendors and farmers to utilize the freshest seasonal ingredients.

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Offers 37 taps of beer and other choice elixirs. See full description under Specialty Foods & Products.

190 NW Oregon Ave., Bend 541-420-7463 www.thecapitolbend.com Mon-Sun, 5pm-2am

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WINE, BREWS, SPIRITS & KOMBUCHA

Elevation at Cascade Culinary Institute

Deschutes Brewery

Student-operated restaurant at the Cascade Culinary Institute that serves sustainable cuisine with a local, farm-to-table emphasis. Our goal is to embrace Eat Local principles and sustainable practices.

Offers amazing local beers. See full description under Restaurants.

2555 NW Campus Village Wy., Bend 877-541-CHEF www.elevationbend.com See website for hours and times.

Great Earth Natural Foods

46 SW ‘D’ St., Madras 541-475-1500 www.greatearth.biz Mon-Fri, 7am-6pm; Sat, 9:30am-2pm

Offers catering. See full description under Grocers & Produce Stands.

Jackson’s Corner

845 NW Delaware Ave. & 1500 NE Cushing Dr., Bend West: 541-647-2198; East: 541-382-1751 www.jacksonscornerbend.com Daily, 7am-9pm At Jackson’s Corner we believe in local, humane, organic, etc. not to be trendy, but because we believe that is possible for a sustainable food system to exist. We believe in conscious sourcing of food and supporting our local farmers within a restaurant. We love food. We love coffee. We love meeting the people who walk in our doors everyday.

Rockin Daves Bagel Bistro & Catering Co. 661 NE Greenwood Ave, Bend 541-318-8177 www.rockindaves.com Mon-Sat 7am-3pm, Sun 8am-2pm

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1044 NW Bond St., Bend 541-382-9242 www.deschutesbrewery.com Sun-Tue, 11am-10pm; Wed-Thu 11am-11pm; Fri-Sat 11am-12am

Venture Fermenters

105 NW Allen Rd., Bend 503-409-7274 www.facebook.com/venturefermenters On tap at several locations. We are a fermenter of probiotic beverages. Only the best local and fresh ingredients are used to create a tasty drink with billions of probiotic flora. Our flavoring is achieved using top quality spices, herbs, and fresh pressed fruits; it is bold, raw and real.

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Humm Kombucha

1125 NE 2nd St., Bend 541-306-7354 www.hummkombucha.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Bluestone Gardens & Landscape

At Humm Kombucha we take pride in making the best tasting kombucha on the planet. Our family has been brewing kombucha for over 20 years and you’ll taste the difference. It’s loaded with probiotics, B-vitamins and antioxidants. Come into the brewery for a growler and tour! :)

Offers goats milk. See full description under Herbs, Seeds & Plants.

Maragas Winery

15523 SW Hwy 97, Culver 541-546-5464 www.maragaswinery.com Jan - May, Wed-Sun, 11am-5pm; May-Dec, Wed-Mon, 11am -5pm We are the founding winery and vineyard in Central Oregon making old world wines. We farm organically and support local producers.

Oregon Spirit Distillers

740 NE 1st St., Bend 541-382-0002 www.oregonspiritdistillers.com Sun-Sat, 12pm-7pm Oregon Spirit is a family owned craft distillery focusing on quality award winning spirits that are locally produced with integrity and creativity. As Central Oregon’s original whiskey distillery, Oregon Spirit prides itself on using regionally sourced grains to support local farmers.

12555 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541-610-4339 www.facebook.com/BluestoneGardens

Bontà - Natural Artisan Gelato

920 NW Bond, Suite 108, Bend 541-728-3433 www.bontagelato.com Check out our website for locations & hours.

Bontà is the Italian term for goodness and “goodness” is the base of our approach. Daily we churn out small batches of creamy gelato using simple ingredients from Central Oregon and the Northwest.

Cada Dia Cheese

9609 NW Sharp Rd., Prineville 541-788-7723 www.cadadiacheese.com Contact us to schedule a visit.

We produce grass-fed raw milk Jersey cow cheeses. We milk our herd once a day for eight months of the year. You can’t make good cheese with bad milk and we have fresh clean milk which helps us produce great cheeses!

Eberhard’s Dairy

235 SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond 541-548-5181 www.eberhardsdairy.com

At Eberhard’s Dairy our milk is natural from the cow, free of rBST/rBGH. Additionally, we package our milk in white jugs to preserve vitamins and flavor. We believe the freshness is evident in our milk and award winning ice cream!

937 NW Newport Ave., Bend 541-390-0946 www.sporkbend.com Sun-Thu, 11am-9pm (later during summer), and Fri-Sat, 11am-10pm After 4 years as a food cart, Spork evolved in 2012 to a 50 seat brick-and-mortar counter-service restaurant. We aim to deliver exciting global eats and drinks at affordable prices, with goals of sourcing local and regional ingredients and using quality seasonal veggies and humanely raised meats.

1244 NW Galveston, Bend 541-706-9308 www.primalcutsmeatmarket.com Daily, 10am-6pm

Juniper Grove Farm

2024 SW 58th St., Redmond 541-923-8353 www.junipergrovefarm.com

Offers raw goat milk. See full description under Farms & Ranches. Photo Credit Broken Top Bottle Shop

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Windy Acres Farm

3320 NW Stahancyk Ln, Prineville 541-613-5239 windyacresdairyfarm.com Offers raw dairy products. See full description under Farms & Ranches.

COFFEE, TEA & BAKED GOODS Bad Wolf Bakery and Bistro

1133 Wall St., Suite 100, Bend 541-617-5770 www.badwolfbakeryandbistro.com Mon-Sun, 7am-3pm. This will be changing come summer 2015; check facebook for updates.

Bad Wolf Bakery and Bistro focuses on local sustainability and all things “Bend”. We are passionate about supporting as many local businesses, artists and artisans as we can. We offer a menu that features the freshest local ingredients that are hand crafted in our shop and around our community.

Foxtail Bakeshop

735 NW Columbia St., Bend 541-213-2275 www.foxtailbakeshop.com Wed-Sat 10am-5:30pm

Foxtail Bakeshop is a boutique dessert studio in Bend specializing in creating desserts and wedding cakes with an artistic unique flair. We work with local farmers as much as possible and love to use the finest ingredients.

Lone Pine Coffee Roasters

845 Tin Pan Alley, Bend 541-306-1010 www.lonepinecoffeeroasters.com Mon-Fri, 7am-5pm; Sat-Sun, 8am-4pm

A small, family-run roastery tucked in downtown Bend aiming for perfection in your morning cup. We offer fresh baked goods, home-made almond milk and buy fresh ingredients from local farms and ranches.

Nancy P’s Cafe & Bakery

1054 NW Milwaukee, Bend 541-322-8778 www.nancyps.com Mon-Sat, 7am-3pm; Sun, 7am-2pm

Located on Bend’s westside east of Newport Market. Serving our community freshly made sweets and savories since 2001.

PALATE a coffee bar

643 NW Colorado Ave., Bend 541-280-2113 www.palatecoffeebar.com Mon-Fri, 6am-5pm; Sat-Sun, 7am-4pm

At PALATE we offer exceptional coffee, regionally grown herbal teas and the best of locally baked goods.

Plant Based Pies

Available at local stores and by delivery. Bend 541-610-8174 www.plantbasedpies.com 24/7, 365 days a year; find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Offers raw vegan cheesecake and pies. See full description under Specialty Foods & Products.

Red Plate Foods

1968 NW Jack Lake Ct., Bend 541-550-7676 www.redplatefoods.com Check out our website for locations.

Red Plate Foods’ mission is to help you connect with family and friends over delicious and safe food. As a family living with food allergies, we know the challenges of special diets. Our products are vegan, gluten free, nut free, soy and GMO-free, made with care in a dedicated facility in Bend.

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Dump City Dumplings

Navidi’s Olive Oils & Vinegars

A food cart. See full description under Restaurants.

Navidi’s has a large unique inventory of olive oils and balsamic, sea salts, pastas, pesto’s and tea’s. We offer a taste before you buy experience. Come check us out, bring your friends and share in the tastes from around the world. We have an assortment of local products and we purchase and support local when we can.

805 NW Georgia Ave., Bend 440-897-9185 www.facebook.com/DumpCityDumplings Every Thu, Fri, and Sat night from 10 pm until late.

120 NW Minnesota Ave, Bend 541-706-9335 www.navidioils.com Mon-Thu, 11am-6pm; Fri, 11am-7pm; Sat, 10am-7pm; Sun, 11am-5pm

Freshfields Farm

19189 Dayton Rd., Bend 503-970-9852 www.freshfieldsfarmbend.com Farm stand open weekends Apr-Jun, 10am2pm; Daily after June 15th, 10am-6pm

Plainview Gardens

Offers fresh pies, breads and jams and pickles. See full description under Farms & Ranches.

18344 Fryrear Ranch Rd.,, Bend 541-410-2026 www.facebook.com/plainviewgardens By appt. only; home deliveries available

Gunpowder Roasting Ranch 20000 Marsh Rd., Bend 541-241-2992 www.gunpowderranch.com Call first, by appt. only

Offers preserved products. See full description under Farms & Ranches

Offers organic fair trade coffee roasting. See full description under Farms & Ranches. Photo Credit Flying Hops

SPECIALTY FOODSFOODS & PRODUCTS SPECIALTY Barcelona Sauces

910 SE Willson Suite A-4, Bend 541-550-7349 www.barcelonasauces.com Find us online and at local markets.

Gourmet cooking, topping and simmer sauces made from whole ingredients fresh in Bend. Healthy, gluten-free with no preservatives and 100% natural ingredients.

Bean, Pea & the Pumpkin

Food cart and delivery, Bend 541-610-5342 www.beanpeaandthepumpkin.com Delivery or pickup on Wednesdays

Bean, Pea & the Pumpkin exists to make it supremely easy for busy, health-conscious Central Oregonians to have locally-sourced, nutritious, gluten-free meals at their fingertips, while supporting local farmers and businesses at the same time. Take part in our “soup-scriptions”.

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Holm Made Toffee Co.

Bear Creek Farm

Bend 541-610-3173 www.holmmadetoffee.com Visit our website or find us at local farmers markets.

Offers lamb and wool products including pelts, fleece yarn and clothing. See full description under Farms & Ranches.

Justy’s Jelly

23075 Bear Creek Rd., Bend 541-480-1829 www.bearcreekfarm.org By appt. and home delivery.

Deschutes Pasta Company 1155 SW Division St. B-12, Bend 541-480-3606

Deschutes Pasta Company makes FRESH pasta and sells it wholesale to local grocery stores and restaurants. We use high quality ingredients and fresh whole cracked eggs. Our pasta is available at Newport Market, Sunriver Marketplace, Locavore, Natures General Store and C.E. Lovejoy’s Market. Our products are non-GMO.

Holm Made Toffee Co. specializes in small, handmade batches of artisan toffee. We use Oregon hazelnuts in every batch and offer assorted flavors including: Original, Lavender, Sea Salt, Espresso, Red Pepper and Seasonal Specials.

836 SW 12th St., Redmond 541-408-3859 www.justysjelly.com By appt. only.

Our gourmet jellies are handmade in small batches to insure our best quality. With unique savory flavor combinations of sweet and spicy, these jellies tantalize the tongue. Find us at your local store, farmers market, coffee shops and more. Recipes are on-line and on Face book.

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Southwest Salsa Co.

60499 Zuni Rd., Bend 541-678-5752 www.SouthwestSalsaCo.com Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Come taste the difference. We make a low glycemic, fat free, gluten free salsa that are great for cooking, marinating and dipping. Find us at local events and farmer’s markets. Some fun recipes on our website; check it out and see what salsa is all about. ~ ~ We’re the Micro-Brew of Salsa ~ Good till the Last Dip!

Tumalo Lavender

19825 Connarn Rd., Bend 541-383-2441 www.tumalolavender.com Seasonally; May 1st-Dec 15th, Mon-Tues; Thu-Sat, 9am-4pm

Offers unique lavender products. See full description under Herbs, Seeds & Plants.

ACCOMMODATIONS Brasada Ranch

16986 SW Brasada Ranch Rd.,Powell Butte 541-526-6865 www.brasada.com Open year-round Photo Credit Southwest Salsa Co.

Plant Based Pies

1155 SE Division St. Suite B-12, Bend 541-610-8174 www.plantbasedpies.com 24/7, 365 days a year; find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

Plant Based Pies makes raw vegan cheesecake! Our pies are gluten/soy/dairy/egg-free, raw vegan, Paleo, and Kosher! PBP can be found at Bend Brewing Company, Central Oregon Locavore, Dogwood Cocktail Cabin and Bond Street Market. We deliver healthy desserts anywhere in Central Oregon! #plantbasedpies

Primal Cuts

1244 NW Galveston, Bend 541-706-9308 www.primalcutsmeatmarket.com Daily, 10am-6pm

Raven’s Beak Farm

6306 Valley View Rd., Powell Butte 541-447-9276 Year round by appt.

Offers clean, hand dye and handspun fibers, wool, fleece and art yarn. See full description under Farms & Ranches.

Sagestruck Herbary

63275 Eastview Dr., Bend 541-918-1654 www.sagestruckherbary.com Call or email for appt and visit our Face book page for updates. Offers hand-crafted infused vinegars and oils. See full description under Herbs, Seed & Plants.

Primal Cuts Market offers the finest in locally raised, sustainable, carefully chosen, high quality meat products. We have a great selection of sandwiches, charcuterie boards, house-made sausages, sauces, rubs, sauerkraut, kimchi, honey and wine. We also offer 37 taps of great tasting local and regional beer, cider, sangria and kombucha. Come join us for our great Happy Hour!

Voted “#1 Best Resort in the Pacific Northwest” by Conde Nast Traveler. Brasada is nestled into the mountains overlooking Bend where you’ll find eight luxurious Ranch House Suites and cabins, championship golf and Spa Brasada. Saddle up and ride miles of soft trails, hike our 1,800 acres, savor farm-to-table dining, and take in legendary sunsets. Kids are in heaven at The Ranch.

Freshfields Farm B&B

19189 Dayton Rd., Bend 503-970-9852 www.freshfieldsfarmbend.com Daily, 9am-6pm

Offers a farm-stay B&B. See full description under Farms & Ranches.

Hillside Inn B&B

1744 NW 12th St., Bend 541-389-9660 www.bendhillsideinn.com Open year-round

Hillside Inn B&B is known for breakfasts prepared from organic, locally grown produce and dairy. The breakfast menu is created to respond to guest’s requests for dietary restrictions such as gluten free, low-carb and vegan or vegetarian.

Prineville Lavender

483 NE Short Ln., Prineville 541-447-6217 Farm visits by appt.

Offers lavender bouquets, oil, goat milk soap, etc. See full description under Herbs, Seeds & Plants.

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Oregon State University Extension Service Oregon State University 3893 SW Airport Wy., Redmond Extension Service

CULINARY ARTS, CATERING TOURS CULINARY ARTS,&CATERING, TOURS & EDUCATION

541-548-6088 3893 SW Airport Wy., Redmond www.extension.oregonstate.edu/deschutes 541-548-6088 Extension staff in Deschutes County offer programs www.extension.oregonstate.edu/deschutes

Animal Welfare Approved Nation-wide Animal Welfare Approved 202-546-5292

and assistance Horticulture, Forestry Natural Extension staff ininDeschutes County offer&programs Resources, 4-HinYouth Development, Family and and assistance Horticulture, Forestry & Natural Community Development, and Nutrition Resources, 4-H Youth Development, FamilyEducation. and In addition, Development, regional Extension Staff offerEducation. programs Community and Nutrition Pasture &regional Forage Management, & Ininaddition, Extension StaffLivestock offer programs Management, and Specialty Crops. & inRange Pasture & Forage Management, Livestock Range Management, and Specialty Crops.

Nation-wide www.animalwelfareapproved.org 202-546-5292 Animal Welfare Approved is a food label for www.animalwelfareapproved.org meat and dairy products that come from farm

Animal Approved is a food label for and animalsWelfare raised to the highest animal welfare meat and dairy products that fromisfarm environmental standards. Thecome program a marketanimals raised totothe animal welfare and based solution thehighest growing consumer demand environmental The program a marketfor meat, eggs standards. and dairy products fromisanimals based solution to the growing consumer demand treated with high welfare. for meat, eggs and dairy products from animals treated withTop highBottle welfare. Shop Broken

1740 NW Pence Lane, Suite 1, Bend Broken Top Bottle Shop 541-728-0703 1740 NW Pence Lane, Suite 1, Bend www.BTBSbend.com 541-728-0703 Daily, 11am-10pm www.BTBSbend.com Offers catering. See full description under Daily, 11am-10pm Restaurants. Offers catering. See full description under Restaurants. Cascade Culinary Institute

2555 NW Campus Village Wy., Bend Cascade Culinary Institute 541-318-3745 2555 NW Campus Village Wy., Bend www.cascadeculinary.com 541-318-3745 Cascade Culinary Institute, at Central Oregon www.cascadeculinary.com Community College, offers competency-based

Cascade Culinary Institute,environment, at Central Oregon instruction in a nurturing with Community offers competency-based an emphasisCollege, on sustainability. Certificates and instruction in a nurturing environment, with degrees include Culinary Arts, Baking and Pastry an emphasis on sustainability. Certificates and Arts, Sustainability, Nutrition and Restaurant degrees include Culinary Arts, Baking and Pastry Management. Arts, Sustainability, Nutrition and Restaurant Management. Central Oregon Locavore

1216 NE 1st St., Bend Central Oregon Locavore 541-633-7388 1216 NE 1st St., Bend www.centraloregonlocavore.org 541-633-7388 Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat, 12pm-5pm www.centraloregonlocavore.org Offers educational opportunities. See full Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat, 12pm-5pm description under Grocers & Produce Stands. Offers educational opportunities. See full description under Grocers & Produce Stands. Central Oregon Seed Exchange

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Central Oregon Seed Exchange 541-647-9604

Bend www.seedexchange.weebly.com 541-647-9604 Year-round, Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm www.seedexchange.weebly.com Offers educational oportunties. See full description Year-round, Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm under Herbs, Seeds & Plants. Offers educational oportunties. See full description under Herbs, Seeds & Plants.

Rockin Daves Bagel Bistro Rockin Daves & Catering Co.Bagel Bistro &661 Catering Co. Ave., Bend NE Greenwood Photo Credit Broken Top Bottle Shop

661 NE Greenwood Ave., Bend 541-318-8177 541-318-8177 www.rockindaves.com www.rockindaves.com Mon-Sat 7am-3pm, Sun 8am-2pm Mon-Sat 7am-3pm, 8am-2pm Offers catering. See fullSun description under Offers catering. See full description under Restaurants. Restaurants.

Devore’s Good Food Store 1124 NW Newport Ave., Bend Devore’s Good Food Store 541-389-6588

1124 NW Newport Ave., Bend www.devoresgoodfoodstore.com 541-389-6588 Mon-Sat, 9am-6:30pm; Sun, 10am-6pm. www.devoresgoodfoodstore.com Hours may change in winter. Mon-Sat, 9am-6:30pm; Sun, 10am-6pm. Offers catering. See full description under Grocers & Hours may change in winter. Produce Stands. Offers catering. See full description under Grocers & Produce Stands. Friends of Family Farmers

249 Liberty NE Suite 212, Salem

Friends of Family Farmers 503-759-3276

249 Liberty NE Suite 212, Salem www.friendsoffamilyfarmers.org 503-759-3276 Friends of Family Farmers is working to promote www.friendsoffamilyfarmers.org and protect socially responsible agriculture in Friends Family Farmers working to promote Oregon.ofTogether, we caniskeep Oregon a great and protect responsible agriculture in place to livesocially and farm. Oregon. Together, we can keep Oregon a great place to liveGoddess and farm. Medicinals Herbal

63287 Morningstar Ct., Bend

Herbal Goddess Medicinals 541-408-4558

63287 Morningstar Ct., Bend www.herbalgoddessmedicinals.com 541-408-4558 By appt, email or call. www.herbalgoddessmedicinals.com Offers classes and herbal consultation. See full By appt, email call. Seeds & Plants. description underorHerbs, Offers classes and herbal consultation. See full description Herbs, Seeds & Plants. Juniper under Jungle Farm

22135 Erickson Rd., Bend

Juniper Jungle Farm 541-815-6483

22135 Erickson Rd., Bend www.juniperjunglefarm.com 541-815-6483 Offers Wildheart Nature School. See full description www.juniperjunglefarm.com under Farms & Ranches. Offers Wildheart Nature School. See full description under Farms & Ranches.

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Rogue Farm Corps

Ashland 541-951-5105 www.roguefarmcorps.org

Rogue Farm Corps trains the next generation of farmers and ranchers through hands-on educational programs. We work to support our local agricultural economy and serve as a model for other communities. New training program starting this year in Central Oregon!

SmudgieGoose Farm

19221 NE O’Neil Hwy, Redmond 541-215-0357 www.smudgiegoosefarm.com Farm Stand open Jun-Nov, Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm

Offers 3-season, sustainable, beekeeping education series. See full description under Farms & Ranches.

Spork

937 NW Newport Ave., Bend 541-390-0946 www.sporkbend.com Sun-Thu 11am-9pm (later during summer), and Fri-Sat, 11am-10pm Offers catering. See full description under Restaurant.

The Well Traveled Fork

3437 Greenleaf Way, Bend 541-312-0097 www.welltraveledfork.com Mon-Sat 8am-5pm

The Well Traveled Fork is a full service culinary company offering insightful culinary tours, cooking classes, catering and personal and private chef services. We are also pleased to offer week long Culinary Camps for Kids to really teach kids about the source of their food and how to cook with it.

Tara Ettinger Art 541-377-0606 • Alfalfa, OR

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2015 Food & Farm Directory  

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