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HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM DIRECTORY Your guide to grown, raised, and crafted food products.


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WHAT’S INSIDE Sponsors & Volunteers ............................................................4 Board Members ..................................................................... 5 HDFFA Programs ..................................................................6-7 Benefits Of Buying Local .....................................................8-9 Language Of Labels .......................................................10-11 Feed Your Farmer & Local Food Challenge ..................12-13 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program SNAP ...........14 Farm Direct for WIC and Seniors .........................................15 Chef’s Collective ..................................................................16 High Desert Harvest Chart ...................................................17 Farm Visits And Tours ............................................................18 Food And Farm Events .........................................................19 Farmers Markets ....................................................................20 CSAs Community Supported Agriculture ...........................21

Look for this logo at participating businesses.

Farmers And Ranchers At A Glance .............................22-23

Online Directory

DIRECTORY .......................................................................24-46

Partner listings can be found at

Farmers & Ranchers ........................................................24-32

www.hdffa.org

Accommodations ................................................................32

Become a Partner

Produce Stands ....................................................................32

Sign-up today and get listed

Meat Market .........................................................................33 Dairy .......................................................................................33 Coffee, Tea & Baked Goods ..........................................33-34 Herbs, Seeds, Plants & Landscapes ................................34-35 Grocers .............................................................................35-36 Commercial Kitchen ........................................................... 36 Specialty Foods ................................................................... 36

Sponsorship & Advertisement There are plenty of opportunities to get the word out about your organization or business. Contact us for details.

Food Carts .......................................................................36-37

Contact Us:

Restaurants ......................................................................37-40

HDFFA, PO Box 1782, Bend OR 97709

Wine, Brew, Spirits & Kombucha .....................................40-42

541-390-3572

Catering ................................................................................42

www.hdffa.org

Non-Profit & Eductaion ...................................................42-43

info@hdffa.org

Business Sponsors .............................................................44-45

Facebook: HDFFA

Savory Spice Recipe ............................................................45

Twitter: HDFFA Instagram: HDFFA

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Thank You

to all of our 2017 Sponsors.

Agricultural Connections Bends Indoor Garden Supply Bend Health Guide Broken Top Bottle Shop Cascade Culinary Institute

Instant Landscaping Kokanee Cafe Mecca Grade Estate Malt Rogue Farm Corps Spork

OSU Extension Brent Hunter State Farm Insurance High Desert Martial Arts

2016 VolunteeRs Alia Beyer Becky Munn Bend Accounting Staff Caleb Stoddart Christina Sevilla COCC Sustainable Food & Nutrition Class

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Dave Porter Jane Gould Julian Darwin Juniper Jungle Farm Kim Hafermalz Kim Kamback Lauren Randall

Laurie Purcell Leah Jones Linda Porter Mary Beyer Maura Schwartz NeighborImpact gleaning and garden volunteers

Owen Murphy Rose Archer Rose Huitt Scott Duggan Teri Myers Todd Prior Yara Santos

RetiRed BoaRd MeMBeRs Ben Miosi Chris Casad Jules Moratti-Greene Nancy Klatt Seth Crawford


MEET JANE

HDFFA BOARD CHAIR

In 1968, I had my first garden and fell in love with growing fresh veggies for my young family. This passion blossomed into a one-acre garden and a 50-acre cherry orchard in Northeast Oregon, where some years we harvested 100,000 pounds of cherries. Living and farming on the land taught our family so many lessons. It gave us all a strong work ethic; my daughters worked the orchard and garden all year long, saving money for college. We also learned to be compassionate for the families who lived on the farm and worked alongside us, sometimes 12 hours a day for two weeks straight. Through our cherry orchard, I became intimately involved with local food systems, from the way food is grown, raised, harvested, processed, or packaged to how it is distributed. What I learned is that a strong local food system assures access to fresh food for every community member, whether they’re getting their food from farmers markets or food pantries. I see the value in helping Central Oregonians get fresh, healthy and locally produced food and understand the benefits of providing food skills education. I also appreciate how this supports our regional farmers, ranchers and food businesses. The mutual benefits create a full-circle food system. My story has shaped how I approach my food and my community, and it’s why I’m so passionate about the work we do at the High Desert Food & Farm Alliance. All food tells a story, and the food grown in Central Oregon tells the story of our farmers, our families and our land. Sincerely, Jane Sabin-Davis, Board Chair

Email us your story at

info@hdffa.org

Jane Sabin-Davis

Jerre Kosta-Dodson

Dana Martin

Juli Huddleston

Shannon Sbarra

Laura Moss

Katrina Van Dis

Elizabeth Weigand

Becca Burda

Zanne Sheets

Board Co-Chair, Community-at-large, Deschutes County Board Co-Chair, OSU Extension, tri-county Secretary/Treasurer, Volcano Veggies, Deschutes County Membership Director, COIC, tri-county Whole Foods, Deschutes County

Dancing Cow Farm, Crook County Wellness Coordinator, Deschutes County Community-at-large, Deschutes County Agricultural Connections, Deschutes County Grizzly Mtn. Echo Ranch, Jefferson County

Carly Sanders

NeighborImpact, tri-county

Chelsie Carter

PacificSource, tri-county

STAFF - Jess Weiland Food & Farm Director

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OUR MISSION

is to support a community based food system in Central Oregon to increase access to fresh healthy food, support sustainable farm land use and foster relationships among farmers and consumers FOOD ACCESS PROGRAMS HDFFA improves food security in Central Oregon through programs that meet the needs expressed by you, our community. This includes: Cooking Matters food skills classes, Seed to Supper gardening classes, and Grow & Give fresh food drive and on-farm gleaning for NeighborImpact (food bank).

COOKING MATTERS Six-week nutrition-based cooking courses, empower individuals and families by teaching hands-on cooking skills to improve self-sufficiency in the kitchen, stretch food budgets and cook healthy, nutritious meals.

“I learned how to cook meals from scratch using fresh ingredients. I don’t have to rely on fast food as much.”

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SEED TO SUPPER Six-week gardening courses where beginner-level gardeners learn the skills they need to plan their garden, prepare the soil, plant and grow food for their families on a limited budget. Gardens are built in coordination with local organizations and in partnership with the Oregon Food Bank and OSU Extension.

What’s Provided:

–Cooking Matters Participant

Beginning gardening book, garden plot or container garden supplies, seeds, training and dirty hands!

Course Locations:

2017 Garden Locations:

LaPine, Madras, Prineville, Warm Springs and Bend, and supported by the Oregon Food Bank.

Prineville Presbyterian Church, NeighborImpact, Redmond, Community Garden, Warm Springs, Salvation Army, Bend


GROW & GIVE

This program increases the availability of fresh, locally grown food for families, food pantries and the NeighborImpact food bank. From spring through summer, HDFFA hosts booths at five regional farmers markets where consumers can buy and donate food, gardeners can bring home-grown food to donate, and farmers can donate excess fruits and vegetables. Donations are provided to NeighborImpact food bank and distributed throughout our region. This program is volunteer-driven. We depend on community members to both bring their produce to us as well as participate in collecting from farmers.

2016 GRoW & GIVE by the numbers 11 partiCipating FarmS • 37 VOlunteerS 104 VOlunteer HOurS • 9,246 pOundS OF FOOd

Help us reach our goal of 1,304 plates of fresh food in 2017!

978 reCipientS OF FOOd dOnatiOnS

2016 Foods gleaned and donated FaRMeRs MaRKet: All types of Vegetables and Fruits

For drop-off locations and volunteer opportunities, head to hdffa.org!

GaRdeneRs: Lettuce Tomatoes Carrots Kale Beets Squash Pumpkins

on-FaRM GleaninG: Potatoes Corn

FARMER AND RANCHER SUPPORT HDFFA supports regional farmers by promoting their farm, ranch and products online and in the Directory, improving the amount of products available at restaurants and grocery stores and providing education workshops and farmer-chef events.

Thank You to our Funders

Our programs nourish and empower hundreds of Central Oregonians and are made possible through community donations and funding from grants and private foundations. Central OregOn HealtH COunCil • tHe ClabOugH FOundatiOn • COw Creek umpqua indian FOundatiOn OregOn COmmunity FOundatiOn • OregOn department OF agriCulture, SpeCialty CrOp blOCk grant tHe rOundHOuSe FOundatiOn • SCHwemm Family FOundatiOn

FOR COURSE LOCATIONS AND SCHEDULES

visit hdffa.org

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THE BENEFITS OF BUYING LOCALLY GROWN FOODS At the High Desert Food & Farm Alliance we are often asked, “Why should I buy local?” There are many reasons, including economics (more money stays in our community) and environmental (fewer miles traveled leaves a smaller carbon footprint). However, there’s one aspect that can have daily benefits for all of us: Nutrition. And while there may not be a universal rule about what “locally grown” means, we can tell you how HDFFA views it – and it’s right in our name: we consider food grown or raised in the High Desert (tri-county Central Oregon) to be local.

can lose 15 to 55% of vitamin C within a week; some spinach can lose 90% within the first 24 hours after harvest.” Not only do locally grown crops travel less distance, they are more likely grown using sustainable methods that promote healthy soil. Plants grown in healthy soil develop deeper, stronger root systems that enable them to more efficiently collect and retain nutrients, making them better for you.

A number of factors contribute to the nutrition levels of fresh fruits and vegetables: type of crop, the variety grown, growing methods, harvest methods, storing methods and more. Generally, fruits and veggies that ripened on the plant provide more nutritional value. This produce also travels less miles to get to your plate. In the U.S., the average piece of produce travels 1,500 miles. Fresh produce varieties that you may find in a conventional grocery store such as bananas, melons, apples, and tomatoes are usually chosen because they can be produced in high volume at reasonably fast rates and are durable for shipping. While fruits and vegetables from commercial grocery stores are better than no produce at all, chances are they have taken a hit in vitamin and mineral levels. The longer the wait time between harvesting and eating, the greater the loss of nutritional value. According to an article in the Chicago Tribune, “University of California studies show that vegetables

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If each local fruit or vegetable packs a greater nutritional punch, it stands to reason that you, the buyer, are getting more bang for your buck. This is important in a time when food insecurity is on the rise. as HdFFa works to bridge the gap between Central oregon growers and eaters, our goal is that every person can access and afford locally grown food as tool for nutritional success. Sources: www.chgeharvard.org/resource/local-more-nutritious www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/sustainag/news/articles


Institute of Food Research, (IFR Extra, Ltd.)

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LEARN THE LANGUAGE OF LABELS On average, supermarkets are filled with 42,000 different products – and what can feel like almost that many labels. Each of us has our own priorities for what we feel is important. It can be confusing to figure out what’s true and verified, or what’s unregulated or a gimmick. Understanding the basics of labels can help you decide what works best for you and fits your values. While some labels are legally defined, others are not. To help you navigate, the High Desert Food & Farm Alliance put together tips and information about some of the more common labels so you know what you’re buying.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Differentiating between the label and the actual farming practice or animal’s welfare is important. For example, chicken that is labeled “organic” does not necessarily mean that the hens were raised in a humane manner. 10

• A label is a claim – or a value statement – made on a product which may or may not be certified or verified by the government or another agency • A regulation is a rule or definition that is maintained by an authority • Certification means the product is verified to meet regulations set by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) or the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), or go beyond government standards

TIPS FOR SHOPPING SMART 3 look for a recognized symbol 3 look for a definition of the word 3 ask your farmer


LABELS Local

HDFFA defines local as the high desert (Central Oregon tri-county) region. Ask around and you’ll probably find that everyone has a different definition.

Free Roaming/Pasture Fed/ Meadow Raised These labels refer to the environments in which animals are raised and must either be connected to a certified symbol or have a definition on the product to verify the claim.

Grass-Fed/Grain-Finished/ Vegetarian Fed Labels referring to an animal’s diet clarifies what they have been fed throughout their lives, and requires that they have only eaten the diet claimed on the label.

natural This term has USDA guidelines, but no regulation, and suggests that a product does not contain artificial ingredients or colors and is only minimally processed. Individual companies can, and do, make up their own definitions for their products.

Cage-Free Chicken This is not a regulated label since conventionally grown meat birds are typically not grown in cages, but rather large open structures.

USDA REGULATED LABELS Cage-Free Eggs

Hens must be housed in a way gives them unlimited access to food and water, and freedom to roam during the laying cycle. This doesn’t mean they aren’t in cages at some point during their lives, or that they have access to the outdoors. Look for egg cartons with the US Grademark seal to verify USDA certification.

Free-Range Poultry This label is for poultry only and means that the birds must have access the outdoors. However, this may only be a “pop-hole” with no full-body access. There is no definition for non-poultry animals.

Raised without hormones Hormones are only approved for use in beef-cattle and sheep – they are not allowed with hogs or poultry

(including laying hens). If you see the claim on beef, it is valid if sufficient documentation shows no hormones have been used to raise the animal. Look for the USDA Process Verified Seal.

Raised without antibiotics Producers must provide sufficient documentation showing that no antibiotics were used in the feed, water or injections when raising the animal. Look for the USDA Process Verified Seal.

uSDa organic Farms must meet approved methods to protect natural resources and conserve biodiversity, and are only allowed to use approved substances.

CERTIFICATIONS GMo-Free

This label is verified by the Non-GMO Project, a nonprofit, and is not government regulated. This label verifies that a product does not contain GMOs (genetically modified organisms).

organic & humane If you see these logos on your products, you know that your food has been certified and meets or exceeds USDA standards: the Oregon Tilth® logo tells you the product is organic, and the American Humane® or Processed and Certified Humane® logos ensure that animals are treated humanely in the way they are raised, fed and processed.

animal Welfare A Greener World is based in Terrebonne and is a HDFFA Sponsor. They certify that animals are raised following the highest standards. Only family farms are approved. Standards are unique to each type of animal and are very comprehensive. Sources: Consumer Reports, Greener Choices, USDA Labeling Guideline and USDA FSIS Compliance Guidance for Label Approval

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FEED YOUR FARMER

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SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP) ¿Que es SnaP? What is SnaP? Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is the national Food Stamp Program. SNAP offers nutrition assistance to low-income individuals and families and provides economic benefits to communities.

What is SnaP-Ed? The goal of SNAP-Education is to improve the likelihood that persons eligible for SNAP will make healthy choices within a limited budget and choose active lifestyles.

SnaP at Farmer’s Markets SNAP benefits can be exchanged for tokens at the Bend, Redmond and Madras farmers markets. These tokens can be used at vendor booths to buy vegetables, fruit, bread, meat and dairy products.

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SNAP (Programa de Asistencia Nutricional Suplementaria) es el programa previamente conocido como cupones para alimentos. Es un programa federal de nutrición que ayuda a optimizar su presupuesto para alimentos y comprar más alimentos saludables.

¿Qué Es SnaP - ED? El Programa de Educación de Asistencia de Nutrición SNAP-Ed, provee educación nutricional que le permite a usted practicar a la misma vez que aprende a través de una serie de lecciones.

SnaP en los Mercados de Granjeros Se puede usar su SNAP beneficios para cambiar los dolares SNAP por fichas en los mercados de granjeros en Bend, Redmond y Madras. Use las fichas en los puestos de vendedores para comprar frutas, verduras, pan, carne y productos lacteos.


Families Eligible for WIC

FARM DIRECT FOR WIC AND SENIORS

Las familias elegibles en WIC

Eligible families in the Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) program and Seniors can receive $20 worth of Farm Direct Checks from their local clinic through classes or appointments. The checks can be spent on locally grown fresh fruits, vegetables and cut herbs at authorized farm stands and farmers markets. Check out the chart below; you would be surprised how much money you can make and be eligible for Farm Direct Checks!

Las familias elegibles en (WIC), programa para mujeres, infantes y niños, reciben cupones con valor de $20 en su clínica local a través de clases o citas. Los cupones se pueden gastar para comprar frutas frescas, verduras y hierbas cortadas cosechadas localmente en los puestos de los agricultores agrícolas autorizados. ¡Uno se quedaría sorprendido saber cuánto puede ingresar y aun ser elegible para los cupones!

Seniors Farm Direct nutrition Program

Personas mayores

Low-income seniors are eligible to receive checks to purchase fresh, locally grown fruits, vegetables and cut herbs. In late April, seniors are notified by mail if they are eligible to participate in the program. They must sign and return the “response card.” Randomly selected seniors will receive $24 in checks.

Personas mayores de bajos ingresos son elegibles para recibir cheques para comprar frutas frescas, verduras cultivadas localmente y hierbas cortadas. A finales de Abril, personas mayores serán notificadas por correo si son elegibles para el programa. Deben firmar y devolver la tarjeta de respuesta. Seleccionados al azar, personas mayores recibirán $24 en cheques.

InCoME ELIGIbILITY CRITERIa number of Person(s) in Household

numero de persona(s) en la casa

PERSON(S)

PERSONA(S)

ANNUAL

MONTHLY

WEEKLY

ANNUAL

MENSUAL

SEMANAL

1

$21,978

$1,832

$423

1

$21,978

$1,832

$423

2

$29,637

$2,470

$570

2

$29,637

$2,470

$570

3

$37,296

$3,108

$718

3

$37,296

$3,108

$718

4

$44,955

$3,747

$865

4

$44,955

$3,747

$865

ContaCt inFoRMation deschutes County ...................................... (541) 322-7400 2577 ne Courtney dr.., bend, Or

Jefferson County ....................................... (541) 475-4456 715 Sw Fourth St., Suite C, madras, Or

Crook County ............................................. (541) 447-5165 375 nw beaver St. #100, prineville, Or

Confederated tribes of warm Springs ...... (541) 553-2460 1270 kot num rd., warm Springs, Or 15


CHEF’S COLLECTIVE

Chefs choose ingredients that express their creativity, at the same time responding to what consumers want to eat. Chefs also have the potential to propel demand for local food through the ingredients they choose to purchase and serve.

The High Desert Food and Farm Alliance is supporting the establishment of a Central Oregon Chef’s Collective. This resource for Central Oregon chefs is modeled after a national nonprofit designed to help local chefs support each other. At monthly meetings, chefs network, share resources, trade industry tips, identify educational opportunities, discuss co-marketing and plan events. If you’re a chef looking for resources, check out the Chef’s Collective.

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Go to hdffa.org and click on Farmers & Chefs tab, Chef’s Collective for more details, and sign-up for the Facebook group.


HIGH DESERT SEASONAL HARVEST CHART Every season, fearless farmers take on the High Desert’s seasonality challenges. While most of us enjoy the bright sunny days and clear nights, these temperature variations can mean lots of plant growth during the day and damaging frost at night, which is a risk for farmers. And this can happen any time of year – even in the summer. Thankfully, High Desert farmers are able to buffer these SPRING MAR

APR

temperature swings with a variety of season extenders, from plastic row covers to greenhouses. These season extenders allow arugula to be available in April, or sweet carrots to show up on Thanksgiving tables. Explore the seasonality chart below to find out when to expect your favorite locally grown, farm fresh foods.

SUMMER MAY A AY

JUN

JUL

FALL AUG

SEPT

OCT

WINTER NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

arugula . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . beans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . beets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . bok choi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . broccoli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . brussles sprouts . . . . . cabbage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . carrots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cauliflower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . corn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cucumber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . eggplant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fennel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . green onions . . . . . . . . . . . . . mustard greens . . . . . . garlic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . kale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . kohlrabi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . kohl leeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lettuce (head) . . . . . . . . . . . onions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . parsnips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . peas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . peppers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . potatoes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . radishes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . rhubarb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . salad mix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . shallot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . spinach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . summer squash & zucchini . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . winter squash . . . . . . . . . . sunchokes k ................... kes tomatoes (cherry) . . . turnips (sweet) . . . . . . . . Designed and illustrated by Pickle Jar Studios, LLC

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BRING THE KIDS Looking for something fun and unique to do this summer?

Visit a local farm.

Come see how pigs are raised, sheep are shorn, pumpkins are grown or hay is harvested! the High desert Food & Farm alliance is a proud supporter and contributor to these events. CRook CounTY –

JEFFERSon CounTY –

Crooked River open Pastures (CRoP) events Have you ever wondered what a pig’s nose feels like or held a baby goat? CROP events give you the opportunity to learn about all these parts of farm life, and more, through pop-up farmers markets and farm tours. Listen to farmers’ stories, purchase farm products and crafts and enjoy live music at a variety of regional farms. Thanks to the support of the High Desert Food & Farm Alliance, along with a group of dedicated Crook County farmers and community members, unique moments like these happen all summer long! These family friendly events occur at beautiful and diverse locations throughout Crook County and run from May through October. Best of all, they are free. Yup, FREE! For tour locations and dates visit the Events/Crook County Agri-tourism page at www.hdffa.org, or check out CROP on Facebook.

High desert educational agricultural tours (eats) The bedrock of our Central Oregonian spirit is our strength and resilience, and the community of farmers and ranchers in scenic Jefferson County is no exception. This May and June, get to know Jefferson County farmers and their fields through four High Desert EATs farm tours. Learn about water conservation on an aquaponic cucumber farm, linger in a lavender field and taste beer made with locally grown malt. High Desert EATs tours are supported by the High Desert Food & Farm Alliance and other sponsors, and are developed by Jefferson County agricultural and business leaders. Tours are family friendly, and cost $10. For tour dates, details and tickets visit the Events/Jefferson County Agri-tourism page at www.hdffa. org, or check out High Desert EATs on Facebook.

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HDFFA EVENTS

Presenting a list of some great 2017 events. For more info and events, go to hdffa.org and click on Events/Events Calendar

aPRIL

29 – CROP – Bluestone Gardens

MaY

13 – High desert eats – Flowers, Herbs, and Veggies North 13 – CrOp – dancing Cow Farm and Prineville Lavender 27 – High desert eats – Farm to Flask

JunE

3 – High desert eats – Flowers, Herbs, and Veggies South 10 – High Desert EATs – Spring to Sprout, special collaboration tour with the Coalition for the Deschutes 10 – CROP – Wine Down Ranch and Angels Rest Ranch 17 – High desert eats – beer and beef

JuLY

8 – CROP – Bluestone Gardens 13 – brasada ranch Feasts from the Fire*

20 – brasada ranch Feasts from the Fire* 22 – CROP – Just 1 Acre 28 – brasada ranch Feasts from the Fire*

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4 – brasada ranch Feasts from the Fire* 5 – Crook County Small Farm Alliance Long Table Dinner 11 – brasada ranch Feasts from the Fire* 18 – brasada ranch Feasts from the Fire* 19 - CROP – Good Bike Co. 25 – brasada ranch Feasts from the Fire*

SEPTEMbER

7 – taste local thursdays at the Suttle lodge 14 –Taste Local Thursdays at 900 Wall 16 – CROP – Dancing Cow Farm and Prineville Lavender 21 – Taste Local Thursdays Ochoco Brewing Co. sept 24 – Brasada and HdFFa Farm to table dinner at the Range Restaurant 28 – Taste Local Thursdays at Kokanee Café 30 – CrOp – auntie beans

oCTobER

1 – 7 – HdFFa local Food Challenge

Taste Local Thursdays is a fall restaurant series in September and featuring Central Oregon grown, raised, and crafted ingredients at participating HDFFA Partner restaurants. *A portion of the proceeds benefit HDFFA’s Grow and Give program.

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CENTRAL OREGON

FARMERS MARKETS

Downtown bend Farmers Market

bendfarmersmarket.com June 7 – oCt 11 Wednesdays 3pm- 7pm Brooks Alley, between Franklin and Brooks St., Downtown Bend Bend Farmers Market brings growers and producers to people like you who hunger for fresh, local, healthy foods and agricultural goods. You’ll find everything you need from fruits and vegetables, to meat, poultry, dairy, sweet treats and flowers.

Madras Saturday Market On Facebook June - sePt Saturdays 9am-2pm Sahalee Park, Oregon NE B St & SE 7th St., Madras

Madras Saturday Market provides a venue for local people to sell and purchase meat, eggs, cheeses, vegetables and fruit in the summer. Our vendors also feature handcrafted items, essential oils, and plants. 20

northwest Crossing Farmers Market

Sisters Farmers Market

A ripe selection of the region’s best organic artisans in produce, meats, baked goods, skincare and other lifestyle products available for you to explore. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.

This quaint market in Sisters is charged by the passion of the CO-local creators. We have all the necessities: veggies, baked goods, meat, cheese, value-added and crafts. Live music every week by the many talents of Central Oregon. Come relax on the grass, listen to the tunes and get your fresh fix.

nwxfarmersmarket.com June 17 – sePt 16 Saturdays 10am-2pm 325 NW Delaware Ave., Bend

Redmond Farmers Market On Facebook June - sePt Tuesdays 3pm-6pm Centennial Park, 7th and Evergreen St.

The Redmond Farmers Market hosts a variety of local farmers producing fresh, local and organic fruits and veggies.

sistersfarmersmarket.com June – sePt Fridays 2pm- 5:30pm Fir St. Park, 291 E. Main Ave., Sisters


WHAT IS COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE (CSA) A great way to get to know your farmer is to purchase a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). The concept is simple: you purchase a CSA or farm share directly from the producer, then enjoy your farm fresh products! What’s included in your CSA will vary and is dependent upon what type you choose.

Small ones feed two to three people and larger ones may feed a family of four or more.

Some include only vegetables, or you can mix it up and add eggs and honey or other farm products; meat and flower-only CSAs are available as well. Generally, vegetables and other products are harvested the same day as pickup. CSA shares are unique.

While the general structure is that you pay upfront for the entire season, many farmers accept payment plans or offer work-for-trade options. You can also pay with your SNAP benefits at farmer’s’ markets by using your SNAP card to purchase tokens that

look for this symbol

Exactly how many people each CSA feeds depends largely on how much produce you and your family eat on a regular basis. Prices will vary seasonally.

work like cash for the farmer. This option is available at the Bend downtown and east-side Market, Redmond Farmers Market and Madras Saturday Market. Want to know more? Visit the information booth.

for participating farms. For more information about Csas, contact the farm directly.

FaRMeR

Csa tyPe

WHat’s inCluded

season

Cost

PiCK-uP

DD Ranch, Terrebonne

Typical

Meat, add-ons available

Every other month and quarterly

Varies by type ($75-$95)

Contact farm

Dome Grown Produce, Tumalo

Market Style

Veggies, fruits, and eggs

June-Oct

$400-$600, workshare available

On-farm, BFM or RFM

Fields Farm, Bend

Typical

Veggies

Mid May-Oct

$405-$675

Contact farm

Four Acre Farm, Madras

Typical

Veggies

Mid June-Sept

$240-$480

On farm, RFM or Bend location

FreshFields Farm, Tumalo

Typical

Veggies, flowers, eggs

Mid summer-early fall

$40/box

On farm

Home Farm Foods, Culver

Typical

Meat

Year-round

$37.50-$57.50/wk

Weekly delivery, contact farm

Mahonia Gardens, Sisters

Typical

Veggies

June-Nov

$20-$30/wk

On-farm and COL

Rainshadow Organics, Terrebonne

Typical & Market style

Veggies &/or meat, add-ons available

Summer, winter

$475-$630, full diet $1260

On-farm, BFM or NWX

Sweet Posy, Tumalo

Typical

Flowers

July-Sept

$200

Bend

Windflower Farm, Alfalfa

Typical

Veggies or Flowers

Veggie-28 weeks Flowers-21 weeks

$35/week: flower only $252/season

Contact for details

Windy Acres Dairy Farm, Prineville

Herd share, Dairy

Dairy and seasonal farm products

Year-round and seasonal

Contact for details

On-farm, COL or Redmond location

GlossaRy oF Csa tyPes & loCations: Typical – boxes have set produce amounts and types Market Style – members choose their products

BFM – Bend Farmers Market NWX – NW Crossing Farmers Market

RFM – Redmond Farmers Market COL – Central Oregon Locavore

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Mecca Grade Estate Malt

Millican Valley Beef Company Novicky’s Farm Organic Earthly Delights Paradise Produce Piggy Back Ranch Pine Mountain Ranch

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FOOD & FARM DIRECTORY FARMERS & RANCHERS

Bluestone Natural Farms

Michael or Onda Hueners 12555 SW Hwy. 126, Powell Butte (541) 610-4339 ondah56@gmail.com Facebook @ bluestonegardens Year-round - call to verify someone will be available to assist you

2 Sisters Ranch

Renee (Rainy) Bouma Tyler Rd., Tumalo (541) 797-3255 reneebouma@me.com www.2sistersranchllc.com Please see our website for more details on our ranch 100% Full Blood Wagyu Beef. All raised and loved in Central Oregon on our Tumalo ranch. Our cattle are grass fed and sustainably raised. We use intensive grazing techniques for the highest quality grass for the healthiest (and tastiest) animals possible. You may be interested in: the healthiest and best tasting meat available. Half or whole carcass is ideal purchase.

Alice Satterlee 7269 N Adams Dr., Madras (541) 419-7335 alice.satterlee@gmail.com May 1-Jul 1, Wed-Sun, 9am-5pm, special hours by appt. We offer seasonal vegetable plants, bedding plants, perennials, ornamental grasses, and hanging baskets. You may be interested in: plants and flowers for your garden.

Steve Conkling 15722 NE Sealy Springs Rd., Prineville (541) 362-6646 angelsrestranch@gmail.com Facebook @ angel’srestranch Call, email, or text for information Our 20 acre ranch specializes in chickens, turkeys, Guinea hens and eggs. We also grow produce. You may be interested in: quality organic, locally raised poultry.

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Meat Or Poultry

Auntie Bean’s

Vegetables, herbs, pumpkins, grass-fed beef 1/2, whole or by the package, handmade soap, alfalfa and grass hay. You may be interested in: coming to our farm stand.

Dairy

Laura Cunningham 14567 SE Gatling Way, Prineville (541) 337-0524 renegadecronefarm@gmail.com Facebook@renegrade-crone-farm Apr-Nov, by appt. Creamy, wonderful raw milk from a herd of small goats - Nigerian Dwarfs and Mini-Saanens (Saanen/ Nigerian X). Disease free herd, milk tested monthly. You may be interested in: quality goat’s milk and our farm tours, milking demos, and cheese making.

Cascade Lavender

5000 SW Feather Dr., Madras (541) 546-9390 www.cascadelavender.com Farm opens Memorial Day weekend, Wed-Sat, 10am-5pm; Sun 12pm-4pm

Barley Beef

Rob Rastovich 21915 Rastovich Rd., Bend (541) 504-6680 rob@barleybeef.com www.barleybeef.com Jan-Dec, Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm

Angel’s Rest Ranch

Eggs

Cabecou Creamery

Juniper Jungle Farm

Charlene Walker 11828 NW Madras Hwy., Prineville (541) 447-4193 charlenewalker@auntiebeans.com www.auntiebeans.com Stand open Jun-Oct., Fri-Sat, 9am-1pm Check website/Facebook for updates

Alice’s Greenhouse

Veggies /Fruit

Seasonal produce, herbs, plants, grass fed beef, heirloom pork, goat meat and milk. You may be interested in: products fresh from the farm or a farm tour by appt.

Barley Beef picks up the spent grains from most of the local breweries which are then fed to the cows. We then sell the beef back to pubs and to local consumers. You may be interested in: locker beef (1/8, 1/4, 1/2 beef) and restaurants may be interested in ground beef.

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Value-Added Products

Community Supported Agriculture

Cascade Lavender features over 100 varieties of lavender. Free to the public and offering: U-pick lavender, plant nursery, display gardens, shaded picnic tables with views of the Cascade Range, oil distillation, friendly alpacas and gift shop. You may be interested in: A large variety of lavender, farm tours and lavender catered events.

Farmers’ Market

Farm visits and Purchases

Quarters, Halfs and Whole Meats

Herd Share


Cascade Mountain Pastures

Karan Swaner 18130 Hwy. 126, Sisters (541) 213-6406 karaneswaner@yahoo.com Sales at Sisters Farmers Market or by appt. Happy healthy lambs raised on irrigated pasture, no antibiotics, processed in a USDA facility -- available year-round from the ranch. You may be interested in: lambing which starts in late January and early May. Visitors welcome by appt.

Country Vines, llc.

Richard Avila 1535 Falcon Ln., Madras (541) 410-3520 countryvinesllc@gmail.com www.countryvinesllc.com May 1-Oct 30, all day Farm Certified: USDA GAP We have self-serve tomatoes and lettuce. You may be interested in: our farm stand.

Crooked River Bison Ranch

Erik Monge 14042 SE Paulina Hwy., Prineville (541) 903-2861 erik@crookedriverbison.com www.crookedriverbison.com Open daily 9am-5pm for retail meat sales Please call for an appt.

Millican Beef Co.

Central Oregon Ostrich

Michael Lehman Redmond (541) 382-5712 Danielle@CentralOregonOstrich.com www.CentralOregonOstrich.com Call for appt. Farm Certified: National Poultry Improvement Plan (NPIP) Central Oregon’s only ostrich farm and producer of lean, ostrich meat. We sell to retailers, grocers, and restaurants. You may be interested in: ostrich meat.

The extra care we put into our grass-fed ranching practices ensures the bison meat on your dinner plate is of the highest quality. We adhere to our strictly-defined ranching standards so you can enjoy the tastiest, most flavorful bison meat available. You may be interested in: USDA packaged ground meat, steaks, roasts, organ meats, broth bones and pepperoni sticks.

Crump Ranch

Ed Stabb 2940 NW 74th St., Redmond (541) 280-1895 edsredmond@gmail.com www.stabbranches.com Open daily, 7am-7pm ‘Free Range’ grass fed Angus beef You may be interested in: quality beef from the farm.

Dancing Cow Farm Central Oregon Seed Exchange Spring Alaska Olson Bend (541) 647-9604 coseedexchange@gmail.com www.seedexchange.weebly.com Available year-round

COSE is a local seed bank dedicated to strengthening our farming and gardening community in Deschutes County. COSE increases local seed saving and seed exchanging by providing education directed towards saving seed in Deschutes County. Farm Certified: USDA Intertribal Agricultural Council. You may be interested in: our seed exchange located at Central Oregon Locavore in Bend.

Jerre Kosta Dodson 2853 NE Johnson Creek Rd., Prineville (541) 306-0226 farmjerre@gmail.com Facebook@dancingcowfarm Farm stand open Mon-Sat; farm tours available upon appt.

DD Ranch

Linda Anspach 3836 NE Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne (541) 548-1432 info@ddranch.net www.ddranch.net Please call ahead to schedule a visit. We do aim to be available Wed-Sat, 11am-4pm Farm Certified: Certified Grassfed Grass-fed beef, grass-fed lamb, heritage pork, raw local honey, eggs, potatoes, rhubarb, petting zoo, play areas. Fall pumpkin patch, field trips, parties and weddings. You may be interested in: products from our farm store and a meat CSA. We sell to wholesale stores and restaurants too.

Dome Grown Produce

Amanda Benkert 7858 SW 61st St., Redmond (541) 678-3064 amanda@domegrown.org www.domegrown.org May-Oct, Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm Check website for most up to date info. Seasonal produce, organic eggs, fresh herbs, and CSA shares available. All grown using natural and sustainable methods. You may be interested in: supporting a local farm by becoming a CSA member and eating fresh food in season!

Fields Farm

Debbie Fields 61915 Pettigrew Rd., Bend (541) 382-8059 fieldsfarmdeschutes@gmail.com www.fields.farm.com Open Tue-Sat during daylight hours 10 acre mixed vegetable farm with a CSA and on farm sales, using organic and sustainable practices for the past 27 years. Honey and eggs also available. You may be interested in: becoming a CSA member, purchasing produce at the farm stand or for events.

CSA, produce and fruits. Grass-fed/grass-finished beef and lamb. Grain and grass-fed pork. A holistic farm using organic, biodynamic and permaculture methods. Heritage livestock and vegetables, farm tours, educational workshops and farm stays available. You may be interested in: produce or meats from our farm stand, CROP events, and at CO Locavore Store.

Radicle Roots

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Freshfields Farm

Donna Lemieux-Brehm 19189 Dayton Rd., Bend (503) 970-9852 freshfieldsfarm@gmail.com www.freshfieldsfarmbend.com Stand open Mid-Apr, Sat 11am-5pm; Mid-Jun, Thu-Sun, 10am-5pm

Paradise Produce

Four Acre Farm

Agustin Olea 4508 SW Eureka Ln., Madras (541) 610-4403 vir5410@yahoo.com Facebook@fouracrefarm Jun-Oct, Tue & Fri, 9am-4pm We raise our vegetables using water from Opal Springs and compost. We hand cull and use row covers for pest control. You may be interested in: finding us at the Redmond Farmers Market or visiting the farm on Fridays. We also sell CSA boxes.

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Farm Certified: Certified Naturally Grown We are a pesticide-free family farm using organic methods for our seasonal produce. We have a specialty German white hard neck garlic as well as flowers, produce and herbs. Our eggs and pies and breads are also available at our farm stand. You may be interested in: farm fresh products or accommodations for lodging. Visit our website for the Airbnb link.

Fresh Start Farm

Kathi Miller 63530 Johnson Ranch Rd., Alfalfa (541) 317-5925 Tue-Sat 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, and eggs. Beef and pork sold in 1/4, 1/2 and whole. You may be interested in: Wanting to know where your food comes from and are interested in supporting Central Oregon agriculture.

Golden Eagle Organics

Brian Lepore 62900 Eagle Rd., Bend (541) 214-55467 brian@goldeneagleorganics.com www.goldeneagleorganics.com Visits and sales by appt. Farm Certified: USDA Certified Organic We produce USDA certified organic, 100% grassfed, grass-finished lamb and goat meat as well as certified organic and conventional hay. You may be interested in: certified organic, grassfed, lamb, goat, or organic hay.


Veggies /Fruit

Eggs

Meat Or Poultry

Dairy

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Value-Added Products

Community Supported Agriculture

Farmers’ Market

Farm visits and Purchases

Quarters, Halfs and Whole Meats

Herd Share

High Desert Hay

Kevin Richards 3459 SE Baldwin Dr., Madras (541) 668-7658 highdeserthay@gmail.com www.highdeserthay.com By appt. only. Please visit our website to arrange to pick up a load. Radicle Roots

Herbal Goddess Medicinals Holly Hutton 63287 Morningstar Ct., Bend 541-408-4558 herbaltarotgoddess@gmail.com www.herbalgoddessmedicinals.com Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm Email or call for an appt. or visit

We specialize in on-farm sale of hay to small and large livestock, dairy and equine producers and hobbyists. We primarily bale two-string bales for ease of handling, and we harvest and store our hay emphasizing quality and consistency. You may be interested in: quality feed for small or large livestock.

Rainshadow Organics

HolmesStead Ranch

Michael Holmes 24075 East Hwy. 20, Bend (541) 322-6992 holmessteadranch@gmail.com www.holmessteadranch.com Mon-Fri, after 5pm; Sat and Sun, all day We are a small family run farm/ranch located east of Bend. We raise wholesome goat, pork, chickens and turkeys we can proudly say we do not use any antibiotics or growth hormones. We grow a variety of fresh vegetables in season. You may be interested in: wholesome fresh products.

A small cottage garden specializing in Western and Chinese medicinal herbs. Herbal Goddess Medicinals offers plants, seeds, classes, herbal consultations, and medicinal herbal products. You may be interested in: a farm tour or wanting to buy medicinal herbs. Radicle Roots

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Juniper Jungle Farm/Casad Family Farms LLC

Maragas Winery

Farm Certified: USDA Certified Organic Seasonal organic and biodynamic produce for farmers markets, wholesale, and CSA (through Rainshadow Organics), grass-fed beef, farmstead hogs, honey, and heirloom seeds. You may be interested in: fresh and safely grown food.

We are the founding winery and vineyard in Central Oregon making old world wines. We hold events throughout the year and invite you to visit our tasting room! You may be interested in: understanding the value and preciousness of time on this planet and would like to maximize your sensory enjoyment and drink experience as much as possible.

Chris Casad 2595 NW Elm Ln., Madras (541) 815-6483 juniperjunglefarm@gmail.com www.juniperjunglefarm.com May-Oct Sundog Gardenworks

Home Farm Foods

Cameron Gunther 7085 SW Kent Ln., Culver (541) 279-3057 info@homefarmfoods.co www.homefarmfoods.co Farm visit upon request. Online orders always open. Farm Certified: Animal Welfare Approved Home Farm Foods has certified Animal Welfare Approved laying hens, grass-fed and finished beef, and pasture pork that work in harmony to leave the land better than before. You may be interested in: purchases at the farmer markets and direct from the farm.

Hope Springs Dairy

Jeff Severson 64615 Hunnell Rd., Bend (541) 241-6183 Info@hopespringsdairy.com www.hopespringsdairy.com Farm visits and tours available daily by appt. Raw Jersy cow milk available year-round through our herdshare with convenient pickup locations in Bend and Redmond. You may be interested in: bringing the kids out to see where milk comes from!

Imperial Stock Ranch

Jeanne Carver (503) 559-6958 jeanne@imperialstockranch.com www.imperialstockranch.com Tours by appt.

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

Just 1 Acre

Connie Close 2587 N Main St., Prineville (541) 292-0793 lcclose@msn.com www.just1acre.com Available by appt; call to arrange Seasonal goat milk and free-range eggs. Goat milk soaps, otions and body butters and more. You may be interested in: farm tours and goat milk products.

Mahonia Gardens

Carys Wilkins Sisters (603) 969-2136 mahoniagardens@gmail.com www.mahoniagardens.com Call for CSA info. Or contact us at MahoniaGardens@gmail.com Seasonal, no-chemical produce available through CSA, and at the Sisters and Northwest Crossing farmers markets. We grow on 1 acre, using only human energy, focusing on biodiversity in the soil, of the crops, and for pollinators. We love to grow all your favorite veggies! You may be interested in: becoming a CSA member or farmers market customer.

Farm Certified: Responsible Wool Standard ISR (est. 1871) has been raising sheep and cattle for 146 years, and delivering quality lamb and beef to Oregon restaurants since 1999. Certified under the global Responsible Wool Standard, for the highest levels of land and animal welfare. You may be interested in: purchasing for your restaurant.

Remuda Ranch

Mecca Grade Estate Malt

9619 NW Columbia Dr., Madras (541) 526-8152 www.meccagrade.com Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm; private tours and tastings by appt. Mecca Grade Estate Malt is a craft malthouse located on 1,000 irrigated acres in the beautiful Central Oregon High Desert. Our eighth-generation Oregon farming family grows and malts all of our own specialty grain; and sells directly to brewers and distillers. Proudly sourcing from our farm. You may be interested in: purchasing malt or visiting our unique malthouse.

Millican Valley Beef Company Melissa Davis 21085 Knott Rd., Bend (541) 390-8831 mdavis@bendbroadband.com www.millicanvalleybeef.com Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm; Sat, 9am-4pm

Farm Certified: USDA GAP Millican Valley Beef has been raising Angus/ Limisoin cattle since 1996. We raise all grass-fed beef locally in Central Oregon. Our cattle are bred, born and raised at our ranch. We offer healthy beef options to both local restaurants and families. You may be interested in: local restaurants and families that want healthy beef options. Hope Springs Dairy

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Meat Or Poultry

Dairy

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Value-Added Products

Community Supported Agriculture

Farmers’ Market

Farm visits and Purchases

Quarters, Halfs and Whole Meats

Herd Share


Novicky’s Farm

Justin Novicky 20000 Marsh Rd., Bend (541) 419-1865 justin@novickysfarm.com www.novickysfarm.com Stand open Jun-Nov, Mon-Sun, 10am-7pm Seasonal produce, Big Dena Tomatoes, Cherokee Purple Heirloom Tomatoes, Indigo Rose University of Oregon Tomato, free-range chicken eggs, basil, Heirloom Novicky Onion, and free hugs! You may be interested in: tomatoes or eggs from the farm! We welcome friends to Novicky’s Farm to harvest your own food with us, tour the farm and learn.

Paradise Produce

Terri Buck 6651 N Adams Dr., Madras (541) 475-3768 ltfourbucks@msn.com Facebook@paradiseproduce Store open daily May-Oct 7am-7pm; for plants, May-Jun, Tue-Sat, 10am-5pm or by appt. We have a large selection of garden fresh vegetables, picked daily. On-site store is self-serve, honor system. We also offer cage-free eggs, local honey, vegetable starts and bedding flowers. You can also find us at the Madras Saturday Market. You may be interested in: purchasing vegetables from the farm and on farm tours.

Farm Certified: Stellar Organic & Demeter Bio Dynamic Certifications. Organic produce, seasonal produce, grass-fed, grass-finished beef, free-range, organically fed chicken eggs, honey. You may be interested in: our farm stand or signing up for home delivery CSA.

Loretta Spahmer 23585 E Hwy. 20, Bend 541-312-0185 ljspahmer@yahoo.com www.pmrbuffalo.com Fri 11am-3pm or by appt. Wed at Bend Farmers Market We are a sustainable grass pastured livestock ranch raising buffalo, yak, and beef. We source Rocky Mountain Elk from local ranches. You may be intersted in: grass-fed meat.

Plainview Gardens

Organic Earthly Delights

Christina Carpenter 141-B SW Dover Ln., Madras (503) 229-3869 info@organicearthlydelights.com www.organicearthlydelights.com 24/7, year-round honor system farm stand, home delivery available

Pine Mountain Ranch

Piggy Back Ranch

Hilary Smith (541) 480-7467 info@piggybackranch.com www.piggybackranch.com Visit website or make an appt. Piggy Back Ranch is a 54 acre farm selling pastureraised, heritage pork. Sign up for our monthly pork CSA! We also sell chicken, whole and half hog, breed stock and feeder pigs upon request. You may be interested in: heritage pigs raised on 5 acres of pasture, sun, and fresh air.

Gayle Hoagland 18344 Fryrear Ranch Rd., Bend (541) 410-2026 plainviewgardens@aol.com Facebook @ plainviewgardensllc Available by appt. Flower, vegetable and herb plants and starts grown using organic methods. No neonicotinoids. You may be interested in: starts, plants or home gardening.

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Rainshadow Organics

Sarahlee Lawrence 71290 Holmes Rd., Terrebonne (541) 279-0841 sarahlee.lawrence@gmail.com www.rainshadoworganics.com Farm stand open Tue-Sun, 9am-6pm. Please visit website for updates

Powell Butte Bison Ranch

Steve & Bev 12154 SW Cornett Loop, Powell Butte (541) 233-3221 bevoberg@gmail.com Facebook@powellbuttebisonranch Visitors are welcome year-round by appt. Our bison/buffalo are born on the 115 acre Powell Butte Bison Ranch, raised naturally on our own pastures and grass hay. No grains, hormones or growth additives provided. USDA inspected. You may be interested in: 100% grass-fed bison.

Kristi Hiaasen 483 NE Short Ln., Prineville (541) 447-6217 prinevillelavender@gmail.com Open by appt. only Fresh lavender, fresh vegetables, lavender essential oil, dried lavender bouquets, sachets, dream pillows & neckwraps and other lavender gifts. You may be interested in: local lavender products, seasonal fresh produce, or our meditation labyrinth.

Radicle Roots Farm

James Berntson 17509 Paladin Dr., Bend (541) 730-8774 radiclerootsbend@gmail.com www.radiclerootsfarm.com Farm visits by appt. only and Saturdays at NWX Farmers Market Sustainable market garden growing heirloom and specialty produce on less than one acre. Located just outside of Bend, we grow nutrient dense vegetables without the use of chemicals or synthetic fertilizers. You may be interested in: visiting our stand at the farmers market, or produce for restaurants, farm to table dinners and grocery stores.

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Eggs

Remuda Ranch

Jerry or Nancy Klatt 14449 SW Hwy. 97, Culver (541) 546-6778 jnremuda@gmail.com Facebook@remudaranch Mon-Sun, 8am-8pm

Prineville Lavender

Veggies /Fruit

Farm Certified: USDA Certified Organic 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 CSA and can be found at farmers markets in the summer. We also offer fresh milled wheat and have produce available at our farm store. You may be interested in: farm tours or visiting our farm stand, becoming a CSA member or shopping at the farmers market. We also sell to wholesale buyers.

Meat Or Poultry

Dairy

Naturally raised Piedmontese cattle, primarily grass-fed, with no antibiotics, hormones or implants. We offer calves and breeding stock as well as locker beef by the quarter or half seasonally in the fall each year. You may be interested in: trying our locker beef which is naturally lean and tender.

Sakari Botanicals

Spring Olson (541) 647-9604 sakaribotanical@gmail.com www.sakaribotanicals.weebly.com Year-round Farm Certified: USDA Intertribal Agricultural Council Sakari Botanicals specializes in flower and lavender production in Deschutes County. We provide wholesale flower production, and niche marketing services. You may be interested in: locally grown flowers.

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Value-Added Products

Community Supported Agriculture

Scronce Farm

Karl Scronce 21800 Paloma Dr., Bend (541) 281-2053 karl.scronce@gmail.com By appt. only Strawberries, raspberries, vegetables and locker beef. You may be interested in: quality products at a fair price.

Seed To Table Farm

Audrey Tehan 998 E Black Butte Ave., Sisters (541) 480-9039 audrey@seedtotablesisters.org www.seedtotablesisters.org Please contact to visit Non profit education farm serving 1,300 students a year and feeding 200 families through CSAs, food bank donations, school district donations and more. Natural farming practices, no chemicals used. You may be interested in: furthering your knowledge of the food system and helping those in need.

Smith Rock Heirloom Apple Orchards

CJ Johnson Terrebonne (541) 504-1700 SmithRockHeirloomApples@gmail.com Facebook@smithrockheirloomapples Not open to the public Heirloom apples, several rare varieties. You may be interested in: organically managed heirloom, rare, and vintage apples.

Sweet Posy

Jennifer Ladd (541) 312-9766 sweetposyfloral@gmail.com www.sweetposyfloral.com Local flower farm growing specialty heirloom floral for CSA’s from Jul-Sept and weddings. You may be interested in: fresh, local flowers!

Farmers’ Market

Farm visits and Purchases

Quarters, Halfs and Whole Meats

Herd Share


Symons Beef Company

Variegated Gardens

JoHanna Symons 1548 NE Dogwood Ln., Madras (541) 475-2618 sales@symonsbeefcompany.com www.symonsbeefcompany.com Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm; delivery available Farm Certified: Certified Naturally Grown Locally raised beef, from start to finish. Oregon grown. The safest beef you can feed yourself and your family. You may be interested in: farm/ranch tours; schools welcome also.

T Bone Hay and Cattle

Marilyn Kasch 3604 SW Park Ln., Culver (541) 771-9445 tbonehayandcattle@yahoo.com Call for availability and pick up time We raise natural grass-fed Anges Beef that are born, raised and grazed here on our ranch in Culver and available on a ½ or ¼ order basis. We also have eggs from free range chickens. Meat processed in USDA Certified Facility. You may be interested in: home grown, antibiotic-free grass-fed locker beef, and eggs from free-range chickens.

Meri and Jerry Wallace 5272 SW Quarry Ave., Redmond (541)233-8753 herbs@VariegatedGardens.com www.VariegatedGardens.com Call or stop by March through December for your herbal needs. Golden Eagle Organics

Timber Creek Farm

Billie Estridge 15333 NW O’Neil Hwy., Redmond (541) 480-1340 tcf@cbbmail.com Facebook@timbercreekfarmoregon Open year round, contact for appt. Purchase TCF’s Columbia lamb year-round. TCF 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. You may interested in: enjoying the finest of red meats.

Tumalo Lavender Tender Greens

Jessica Wilkinson Bend (541) 280-7223 Jeswilkinson82@gmail.com Jan-Dec, Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm Tender Greens is a Central Oregon Microgreen and edible flower grower and distributor. Using sustainable and environmentally friendly farming practices, Tender Greens is dedicated to growing the highest quality nutrition-packed and visually stunning Microgreens. You may be interested in: microgreens for individual use or at your restaurant.

Variegated Gardens is a family owned herb nursery in Redmond Oregon. We use sustainable agriculture practices for the nursery plants, the fresh and dried whole leaf culinary herbs, and high quality hand crafted herbal products. You may be interested in: herb starts, fresh cuttings, dried whole leaf, and hand crafted herbal products.

Gordon & Judy Knight 19825 Connarn Rd., Bend (541) 383-2441, C: (541) 419-9449 info@tumalolavender.com www.TumaloLavender.com May-Oct, open daily except Wed & Sun, 9am-4pm, by appt. only Farm Certified: USDA Organic We propagate lavender, sell plants, steam distill lavender oil and hydrosol. We offer lavender products such as 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. You may be interested in: U-cut lavender days, and lavender plants and products. We welcome bus and group tours. Watch our website.

Dome Grown Produce

Vaquero Valley Ranch and Cattle Co.

Ron Miller (541) 350-2520 vvrccbeef@gmail.com www.bendbeef.com We are open year-round by appt. Vaquero Valley Ranch and Cattle Co raises 100% grass-fed/grass-finished beef, and now lamb. We pride ourselves for never using antibiotics, hormones, grain, feedlots, chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides. We are Central Oregon Local. You may be interested in: knowing that all of our meat is processed by Oregon Beef Co and can be purchased in any amounts.

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Volcano Veggies LLC

Windy Acres Dairy Farm

Farm Certified: USDA Organic, Oregon Tilth Certified organic indoor aquaponic farm growing lettuce, basil & more. You may be interested in: eating delicious vegetables! Seriously taste the difference with Volcano Veggies.

Raw milk dairy since 2003. Herd and Farm shares plus meat, eggs, veggies, and dairy products available. Weekly delivery to Redmond and Central Oregon Locavore in Bend. We also have product available for sale at the farm. You may be interested in: where your dairy and meat comes from. Contact us for more Herd Share information.

Shannon Sbarra (541)728-3355 info@volcanoveggies.com www.volcanoveggies.com Not open for tours

3320 NW Stahancyk Ln., Prineville windyacres26@gmail.com www.windyacresdairy.com

Freshfields Farm B&B

19189 Dayton Rd., Bend (503) 970-9852 www.freshfieldsfarmbend.com Farm Certified: Certified Naturally Grown Stay with us at our B&B and experience life on the farm. We are a pesticide-free family farm using organic methods for our seasonal produce. We have a specialty German white hard neck garlic as well as flowers, produce and herbs. Our eggs and pies and breads are also available at our farm stand. Proudly sourcing our own products.

Wine Down Ranch White Diamond Ranch

Wine Down Ranch

Ann Snyder 9101 Wilson Ck Rd., Ashwood (541) 489-3239 annsnyder@rconnects.com Facebook@whitediamondranch Call ahead We sell lamb, goat of nearly all common cuts, and several varieties of sausage to chefs and individual customers at several local outlets, Madras Saturday Market (Jun-Sep) and at the ranch. Please call ahead if coming to the ranch. You may be interested in: lamb.

Windflower Farm

Gigi Meyer 26285 Walker Rd., Bend (541) 678-3166 gigimeyer@me.com www.windflowerfarmbend.com Tours by appt. only Bio-diverse, chemical-free vegetables, fruit, herbs, flowers. AWA pastured eggs, goat milk, heritage pork. Gourmet, quality-guaranteed veggies and herbs for CSA, chefs, markets. Professional floral arrangements for weddings, events, restaurants. You may be interested in: gourmet-quality vegetables, sustainably-raised flower arrangements, goat’s milk, heritage pork, eggs.

Mary Beyer 6500 NE McKay Creek Rd., Prineville (503) 810-7003 winedownranch@gmail.com www.winedownranch.com Open by appt. only; please visit our website for more info. Black Angus X beef. Grass-fed, antibiotic-hormone free. 2,100 acres of open range and pasture leads to a stress free life for our cattle. Firewood. Enjoy a ranch stay by renting our bunkhouse for your next vacation. You may be interested in: our beef from our ranch, timber, or logging tours.

BUSINESS LISTINGS ACCOMMODATIONS Brasada Ranch

16986 Brasada Ranch Rd., Powell Butte (541) 526-6865 www.brasada.com Open year-round Brasada Ranch is nestled into the mountains overlooking Bend where you will find luxurious suites and cabins, a championship golf course, Spa Brasada, and farm-to-table dining at the Ranch House Restaurant and Range Restaurant. Ride miles of soft trails, hike our 1,800 acres and take in legendary sunsets. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Barley Beef, Eberhard’s, Oregon Spirit Distillers, Sweet Posy, Radicle Roots Farm, and Windflower Farm

Powell Butte Bison Veggies /Fruit

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6500 NE McKay Creek Rd., Prineville (503) 810-7003 www.winedownranch.com Open by appt. only; please visit our website for more info. Enjoy a ranch stay by renting our bunkhouse for your next vacation. We also raise Black Angus X beef. Grass-fed, antibiotic-hormone free. 2,100 acres of open range and pasture leads to a stress free life for our cattle. Firewood available. Proudly sourcing our own products.

PRODUCE STANDS Organic Earthly Delights

141-B SW Dover Ln., Madras (503) 229-3869 www.organicearthlydelights.com 24/7, year round honor system farm stand, home delivery available. Organic produce, seasonal produce, grass-fed, grass-finished beef, free-range, organically fed chicken eggs, honey.

Paradise Produce Stand

1234 NW Galveston Ave., Bend (541)390-9909 paradiseproducestand@gmail.com On Facebook @ paradisefarmstand Daily 10am-6pm; May-Oct We source the best local and organic fruits and veggies from Central Oregon as well as regional farms. Proudly sourcing from: Juniper Jungle Farm and Radicle Roots Farm

Jacksons Corner

Eggs

Meat & Poultry

Dairy

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Value-Added Products

Community Supported Agriculture

Farmers’ Market

Farm visits and Purchases

Quarters, Halfs and Whole Meats

Herd Share


MEAT MARKET Primal Cuts Market

1244 NW Galveston, Bend (541)706-9308 www.primalcutsmeatmarket.com Everyday, 10am-7pm; on facebook Primal Cuts Market offers the finest in regionally raised, sustainable, 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 local and regional beer, cider, and kombucha. Proudly sourcing from: DD Ranch, Eberhard’s, Golden Eagle Organics, Justy’s Jelly, Powell Butte Bison Ranch, Savory Spice, and 13-20 local breweries, cideries, and kombuchas.

DAIRIES

Bonta`- Natural Artisan Gelato 920 NW Bond St., Ste 108 (actually on Minnesota Ave), Bend (541) 598-6194 www.bontagelato.com Mon-Sun, 11am-10pm

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. Find our gelato in grocery stores across Central Oregon or visit our downtown scoop shop. Proudly sourcing from: Deschutes Brewery, Eberhard’s, Holm Made Toffee, Oregon Sprit Distillers, Rainshadow Organics, and Tumalo Lavender.

Cabecou Creamery

14567 SE Gatling Way, Prineville (541) 337-0524 Facebook@renegrade-crone-farm Apr-Nov, by appt. Creamy, wonderful raw milk from a herd of small goats - Nigerian Dwarfs and Mini-Saanens (Saanen/ Nigerian X). Disease free herd, milk tested monthly. Proudly sourcing our own products.

Eberhard’s Dairy Products

235 SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond (541) 548-5181 www.eberhardsdairy.com Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm, Sat 8:30am-4pm In 1951 Eberhard’s Dairy began purchasing local farm separated cream. Now, 66 years later, we are still your local, family owned, fresh-from-the-farm dairy. Thank you for choosing Eberhard’s Dairy, Central Oregon’s only local full service dairy processor. Proudly sourcing from: local dairy cows.

Windy Acres Dairy Farm

3320 NW Stahancyk Ln., Prineville windyacres26@gmail.com www.windyacresdairy.com Raw milk dairy since 2003. Herd and Farm shares plus meat, eggs, veggies, and dairy products available. Weekly delivery to Redmond and Central Oregon Locavore in Bend. Proudly sourcing our own products.

COFFEE, TEA AND BAKED GOODS

Bad Wolf Bakery and Bistro 1133 NW Wall St., Ste. 100, Bend (541) 617-5770 www.badwolfbakeryandbistro.com Mon-Sun, 7am-2pm

At Bad Wolf Bakery & Bistro, we offer breakfast all day with an excellent line up of breakfast cocktails. Lunch is served at 11 with fresh salads, soups and sandwiches. We also offer delicious treats with local fruits, daily! Come check out this inviting mom & pop shop located downtown! Proudly sourcing from: Rainshadow Organics and Lone Pine Coffee Roasters

Crow’s Feet Commons

875 NW Brooks St., Bend (541) 728-0066 www.thecommonsbend.com Mon-Sun, 8am-8pm; visit our website for concert + event information. Cafe and taproom located on Mirror Pond Plaza in the heart of downtown Bend. We serve Stumptown Coffee Roasters and have an excellent rotating draft selection of both local and imported beers in addition to being a full service Bike and Ski Shop year round. Ride. Drink. Laugh. Proudly sourcing from: Eberhard’s, Humm Kombucha, and Primal Cuts Market

Foxtail Bakeshop

735 NW Columbia St., Bend (541) 213-2275 www.foxtailbakeshop.com Sat, 8am-4pm Located in the thriving Galveston Street community. We focus on high quality and local ingredients in all our pastries and cakes. Each recipe is thoughtfully crafted to excite the palate and eye of each customer. All pastries and desserts are baked fresh everyday to insure freshness & minimal waste. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Eberhard’s Dairy, and Juniper Jungle Farm

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Jackson’s Corner

West: 845 NW Delaware Ave., Ste. 103, Bend East: 1500 NE Cushing Drive #100, Bend (541) 647-2198 www.jacksonscornerbend.com Sun-Thu 7am-9pm; Fri-Sat 7am-10pm A local food driven restuarant focusing on from scratch’ cooking including handmade pasta, pizza and bread. Open breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Bonta Gelato, Foxtail Bakeshop, Imperial Stock Ranch, Rainshadow Organics, and Radicle Roots Farm

Lone Pine Coffee Roasters Honest Baking

1470 NE 1st Street, Ste. 700, Bend (541) 797-1875 www.honestbaking.com Go to our website for dates and times as well as places to go for updated info. Gluten free (certified gluten free by GFCI) bakery specializing in artisan baked goods including cookies, tea breads, brownies and pizza dough. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections

845 Tin Pan Alley, Bend 541-306-1010 www.lonepinecoffeeroasters.com Mon-Fri, 7am-5pm; Sat-Sun, 8am-4pm A small family-run roaster tucked in downtown Bend aiming for perfection in your morning cup. We offer fresh baked goods, house-made almond/cashew milk and buy fresh ingredients from local farms and ranchers. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, SCOUTPOST, Honest Baking, and Foxtail Bakeshop

Nancy P’s Bakery and Café 1054 NW Milwaukee, Bend 541-322-8778 www.nancyps.com

Located on Bend’s westside east of Newport Market. Serving our community freshly made sweets and savories since 2001. Proudly sourcing from: Volcano Veggies and Eberhard’s Dairy

Palate: A Coffee Company 643 NW Colorado Ave., Bend 541-321-8098 www.palatecoffeebar.com Daily, 6am-5pm

We are open 365 days, limited hours on some holidays Photo Credit: Amanda Long

Inspired Leaf Teas 61960 Janalee Pl., Bend (541) 388-4823 www.inspiredleaf.com

At Inspired Leaf Teas we blend our teas in small batches in Bend using quality, natural, always fresh ingredients, and source locally when possible. Our pyramid bag tea chest program is the perfect fit for restaurants and resorts, wanting to enhance their customer’s local experience. Proudly Processing in Central Oregon.

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At PALATE we offer a wide array of Oregon based companies that focus on sourcing locally and responsibly. Proudly sourcing from: Eberhard’s Diary and seasonally direct from local farms.

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

BIGS is Central Oregons #1 hydroponic and organic retailer. Proudly serving CO since 2005, we have all your indoor and outdoor growing needs. From greenhouses, pest control, raised beds to soil and amendments BIGS has what you need, when you need it!

Cascade Lavender

5000 SW Feather Dr., Madras (541) 546-9390 www.cascadelavender.com Farm opens Memorial Day weekend, Wed-Sat, 10am-5pm; Sun 12pm-4pm Cascade Lavender features over 100 varieties of lavender. Free to the public and offering: U-pick lavender, plant nursery, display gardens, shaded picnic tables with views of the Cascade Range, oil distillation, friendly alpacas and gift shop. Farm tours and lavender catered events can be arranged.

Central Oregon Seed, Inc. 1747 NW Mill St., Madras 541-475-7231 www.cosi.ag

Central Oregon grown Kentucky bluegrass seed, carrot seed, herb production, processing and marketing.

Instant Landscaping Co.

63160 Nels Anderson Rd., Bend (541) 389-9663 www.Instantlandscaping.com Open Daily Apr-Oct Instant Landscaping Company is a Central Oregon based provider of gardening and grower bulk organics.

Madras Garden Depot

1665 N US Hwy. 26, Madras (541) 475-2068 www.madrasgarden.com Tue-Sat, 9am-5:30pm; after Apr 15 includes Sun 10-2pm; closed Dec 23-Mar 1 Vegetable and herb starts, asparagus crowns, certified seed potatoes, seeds, locally raised seed garlic, hardy fruit trees, berries, organic soil amendments, fertilizers and pest control, bulk compost and landscape materials, tools and propagation equipment.


Your Garden Companion, LLC 20841 West View Dr., Bend (541) 480-6997 www.yourgardencompanion.com

Consultations and coaching sessions by appt. only As Your Garden Companion, we teach you how to plan, grow and implement a sustainable garden and landscape for pollinators, beneficial insects and birds. We help you sample soils, identify micro-climates and select native plants and edibles as part of sustainable garden/farm plan. Tours. Classes.

GROCERS

Central Oregon Locavore

1841 NE 3rd St., Bend (541) 633-7388 www.centraloregonlocavore.org Tue-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat & Sun 10am-4pm; visit website for program and event times

Paradise Produce

6651 N Adams Dr., Madras (541) 475-3768 Facebook@paradiseproduce Store open daily May-Oct 7am-7pm; for plants, May-Jun, Tue-Sat, 10am-5pm or by appt. We have a large selection of garden fresh vegetables, picked daily. On-site store is self-serve, honor system. We also offer cage-free eggs, local honey, vegetable starts and bedding flowers. You can also find us at the Madras Saturday Market.

Savory Spice

375 SW Powerhouse Dr., Ste. 110, Bend (541) 325-1264 www.savoryspiceshop.com Mon-Sat, 10am-8pm; Sun, 11am-6pm Savory Spice has gourmet spice blends and fresh spices ground and blended daily in small batches to ensure the highest quality and superior freshness. Choose from more than 160 gourmet spice blends and 300 fresh spices and herbs from traditional spices and seasonings to signature Savory creations.

Sundog Gardenworks, llc. 64955 Hwy. 20, Bend (541) 912-0496 sundoggardenworks@gmail.com Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm

We design and build water wise gardens from low maintenance native gardens to integrated food forest systems. We can help with your water needs: irrigation, ponds, grey and rain water catchment systems. Green and outdoor living infrastructure. We plant and build for resilience and foster abundance!

Locavore is a 501(c)3 non-profit supporting local food and farms through educational programs and a yearround indoor farmers market, striving to improve access to local food, educating the community about the benefits of sustainably produced food, and supporting local farmers and ranchers. Proudly sourcing from: Bluestone Natural Farms, Dancing Cow Farm, DD Ranch, Dome Grown Produce, Fields Farm, Radicle Roots Farm, Vaquero Valley Ranch, Variegated Gardens, White Diamond Ranch and many more!

Windflower Farm

26285 Walker Rd., Bend (541) 678-3166 www.windflowerfarmbend.com Tours by appt. only Bio-diverse, chemical-free vegetables, fruit, herbs, flowers. AWA pastured eggs, goat milk, heritage pork. Gourmet, quality-guaranteed veggies and herbs for CSA, chefs, markets. Professional floral arrangements for weddings, events, restaurants.

“knowing my farmers and producers makes me a happier part of this wonderful community.�

- Becca Burda, HDFFA Board Member,

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COMMERCIAL KITCHEN Busy Chef Kitchen

413 SW Glacier Ave., Redmond (541) 408-2742 www.busychefkitchen.com 7 days/week 24 hours/day; please visit our website At Busy Chef Kitchen we rent space by the hour for people wishing to produce food service items. We are a full service certified commercial kitchen. We also rent the venue for parties and other gatherings.

Newport Avenue Market 1121 NW Newport Ave., Bend (541) 382-940 www.newportavemarket.com Open daily, 7am-10pm

Since opening in 1976, we are the #1 choice of foodies in Central Oregon. Today, we are a 100-percent employee-owned specialty grocer that supports local producers and offers an expansive selection of highquality, in-demand food and beverage items, including 500 varieties of craft beer. Proudly sourcing from: Eberhard’s, Humm Kombucha, Volcano Veggies, Justy’s Jelly, Sakari Botanicals, and Southwest Salsa

Whole Foods Market - Bend 2610 NE Hwy. 20, Bend (541) 389-0151 www.wholefoodsmarket.com/bend Daily, 8am-9pm

Whole Foods Market is more than just a grocery store. With tons of organic products, a full deli and cafe, and a huge selection of supplements and body care, you’re sure to find what you need. We’re located in the Forum Shopping Center across from Costco. Proudly sourcing from: Rainshadow Organics, Volcano Veggies, Eberhard’s, Justy’s Jelly, Lone Pine Coffee Roasters, and Sweet Posy.

SPECIALTY FOODS Holm Made Toffee Co.

1470 NE 1st St., Ste. 800, Bend (541) 610-3173 www.holmmadetoffee.com Online or find us at local farmers markets! At physical location by appt. only Holm Made Toffee Co. specializes in small, handmade batches of toffee. We use Oregon hazelnuts in every batch and offer assorted flavors including: Original, Lavender, Himalayan Pink Salt, Espresso, Red Pepper, Cardamom Vanilla and seasonal specials. Visit our website or find us at local farmers markets. Proudly processing in Central Oregon and Sourcing From: Savory Spice Shop, Tumalo Lavender, and Central Oregon Locavore

Honest Baking

1470 NE 1st Street, Ste. 700, Bend (541) 797-1875 www.honestbaking.com Go to our website for dates and times as well as places to go for updated info. Gluten free (certified gluten free by GFCI) bakery specializing in artisan baked goods including cookies, tea breads, brownies and pizza dough. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections

Handmade in small batches in Redmond. Our ingredients come from Oregon, Northwest and beyond to create delicious sweet and spicy jellies. We are an all natural, gluten free, kosher company. Our jellies are wonderful to use as a spread, marinade or glaze for artisan breads, cheeses and meats! Proudly processing in Central Oregon

Savory Spice

375 SW Powerhouse Dr., Ste. 110, Bend (541) 325-1264 www.savoryspiceshop.com Mon-Sat, 10am-8pm; Sun, 11am-6pm Savory Spice has gourmet spice blends and fresh spices ground and blended daily in small batches to ensure the highest quality and superior freshness. Choose from more than 160 gourmet spice blends and 300 fresh spices and herbs from traditional spices and seasonings to signature Savory creations.

Southwest Salsa Co.

60499 Zuni Rd., Bend (541) 678-5752 www.SouthwestSalsaCo.com Mon-Sat, 9am-6pm; see website for more info and product locations We started our gourmet salsa business in Arizona because we were tired of seeing the same local grocery store salsa looking and tasting the same. You know the names, the ones that sell so many other products they forgot to keep the salsa authentic for your family and party guests. Proudly processing in Central Oregon.

A Broken Angel Sustainable Food Cart & Catering

Agricultural Connections

643 NW Colorado Ave., Bend (541) 550-7727 abrokenangel.com Tue-Sat 9:30am-2:30pm. Cart hours may vary. Please see website for updates.

1470 NE 1st St., Ste. 150, Bend (541) 228-5330 www.agriculturalconnections.com Order Mon mornings; pickup/delivery Wed

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

FOOD CARTS

DISTRIBUTOR

AC is a specialty distributor of local (Oregon) and wild foods. We operate year-round and have online stores for shopping for the home and for the restaurant/grocery. AC’s most popular home item is a year-round produce box that can be purchased as a weekly or bi-weekly subscription. We also sell and distribute wholesale. Proudly sourcing from: Cascade Lavender, Golden Eagle Organics, Fields Farm, Home Farm Foods, Juniper Jungle Farm, Mahonia Gardens, Novicky’s Farm, Rainshadow Organics, Radicle Roots Farm, Tender Greens and more

Justy’s Jelly

A Broken Angel uses no animal products & considers organic/local a priority. We frequently feature local businesses. We use reusable or compostable ware at the cart, and encourage customers to reduce waste. We’ve also used upcycled materials for much of our cooking and catering gear. Proudly sourcing from: Fields Farm, Paradise Produce, and from the farmers market

Agricultural Connections

Photo Credit: Brooklyn Wagner


Dump City Dumplings

900 Wall Restaurant

Corner of Bond and Oregon, Bend

900 NW Wall St., Bend (541) 323-6295 www.900wall.com Sun-Thu, 3-9pm; Fri & Sat 3-10pm

(440) 897-9185 Facebook@dumpcitydumplings Fri-Sat, 10pm-2am at Bond and Oregon and at music festivals and events!

900 Wall Restaurant, established in May of 2009, is located in the heart of downtown Bend. Our Chef, Cliff Eslinger, and our staff take pride in the use of fresh, local, seasonal, organic ingredients when possible. We uphold the principal that great dishes begin with high quality ingredients. Proudly sourcing from: Good Earth Farm, Imperial Stock Ranch, Juniper Jungle Farm, and Paradise Produce Stand

At Dump City Dumplings, we handmake Chinese style steamed bun dumplings using local, sustainable, and organic ingredients. We always carry three types of dumplings: Chinese Style Pork, Pad Thai (vegan), and Four Cheese Pizza. We offer specials weekly based on seasonal availability. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections

EMW

On the move in Bend - call (503) 853-4482 Facebook @ EMWfusion and on Instagram A food truck serving Korean Fusion Food “Pando”. Our beef, pork, beans and produce are all locally sourced. Almost everything on the menu is made from scratch. We believe in good clean food and use organic ingredients as much as possible. Our truck is portable and available for events and catering. Proudly sourcing from: DD Ranch, Fields Farm, Juniper Jungle, Savory Spice Shop, Agricultural Connections, and Home Farm Foods

SCOUTPOST

310 Industrial Way, Bend (541) 904-5055 www.soutpost.com Mon, Tue, & Thu, 11:30am-7:30pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-9pm; Sun Brunch 9am-2pm SCOUTPOST is a food cart featuring clay oven flatbread sandwiches, mesquite roasted pasture chicken, rotating market vegetables and homemade fresh fried brioche donut holes. Proudly sourcing from: Radicle Roots Farm, Savory Spice Shop, and Sweet Posy

RESTAURANTS

10 Barrel Brewing Co.

West 1135 NW Galveston Ave, Bend East 62970 NE 18th St., Bend Daily, 11am-11pm (541) 678-5228 www.10barrel.com 10 Barrel Brewing was founded by three fellas in Bend, Oregon in 2006 who wanted to brew beer, drink beer and have a ton of fun while doing so. 10 years later and we’re still following suit. Visit the brewpub for delicious food and good times. Proudly sourcing from: Paradise Produce and local producers. We supply thousands of pounds of spent brewers’ hops and grain for Fields Farm’s compost.

Bad Wolf Bakery and Bistro 1133 NW Wall St., Ste. 100, Bend (541) 617-5770 www.badwolfbakeryandbistro.com Mon-Sun, 7am-2pm

At Bad Wolf Bakery & Bistro, we offer breakfast all day with an excellent line up of breakfast cocktails. Lunch is served at 11 with fresh salads, soups and sandwiches. We also offer delicious treats with local fruits, daily! Come check out this inviting mom & pop shop located downtown! Proudly sourcing from: Rainshadow Organics and Lone Pine Coffee Roasters

123 Ramen

1289 NE 2nd St., Ste. 2, Bend (541) 241-2721 www.123ramenbend.com 7 days a week, 11am-9pm; visit our website for up-to-date menu info. By sourcing ingredients locally and creating desirable jobs, we aim to contribute to the health and wellbeing of the community for years to come. Our food is meant to nourish each patron, while the sustainable business practices and relationships we value enrich and nurture the community. Proudly sourcing from: Juniper Jungle, Rainshadow Organics, and White Diamond Ranch

Primal Cuts Meat Market

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Broken Top Bottle Shop and Ale Cafe

1740 NW Pence Ln., Ste. 1, Bend (541)728-0703 www.btbsbend.com 11am-10pm daily; check our website and like us on Facebook We are a restaurant offering vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and house smoked meat fare. We are also a “brew hub” featuring 12 rotation taps and over 400 beer selections in the can and bottle. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Central Oregon Ostrich, DD Ranch, and Tender Greens

900 Wall

Bethlyn’s Global Fusion

1075 NW Newport Ave., Bend (541) 617-0513 www.bethlynsglobalfusion.com Daily, 11am-close At Global Fusion we offer local ingredients in our daily specials with at least 50% of our produce from local farmers. Proudly sourcing from: DD Ranch, Juniper Jungle Farm, Rainshadow Organics, and Millican Valley Beef

Brasada Ranch

16986 Brasada Ranch Rd., Powell Butte (541) 526-6865 www.brasada.com Open year-round Brasada Ranch is nestled into the mountains overlooking Bend where you will find luxurious suites and cabins, a championship golf course, Spa Brasada, and farm-to-table dining at Ranch House Restaurant and Range Restaurant. Ride miles of soft trails, hike our 1,800 acres and take in legendary sunsets. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Barley Beef, Eberhard’s, Oregon Spirit Distillers, Sweet Posy, Radicle Roots Farm, Windflower Farm

Deschutes Brewery

Jackson’s Corner

Our chefs put quality and hand crafted excellence into creating a menu that features fresh ingredients from local farmers, foragers and ranchers with whom we have built strong relationships. Almost everything on the menu is made from scratch and delivered fresh to your table. Proudly sourcing from: Barley Beef, Bonta Gelato, Fields Farm, Juniper Jungle, and Savory Spice Shop

A local food driven restuarant focusing on from scratch’ cooking including handmade pasta, pizza and bread. Open breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Bonta Gelato, Foxtail Bakeshop, Imperial Stock Ranch, Rainshadow Organics, Radicle Roots Farm and more

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

Elevation at the Cascade Culinary Institute 2555 NW Campus Village Way, Bend (541) 318-3745 www.cascadeculinary.com

Elevation is a 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. Proudly sourcing from: Eberhard’s and seasonally from producers

West: 845 NW Delaware Ave., Ste. 103, Bend East: 1500 NE Cushing Dr. Ste. 100, Bend (541) 647-2198 www.jacksonscornerbend.com Sun-Thu, 7am-9pm; Fri-Sat, 7am-10pm

Kokanee Cafe

25545 SW Forest Service Rd., Ste. 1419, Camp Sherman (541) 595-6420 www.kokaneecafe.com Seasonal restaurant; please visit kokaneecafe.com for hours of operation The Kokanee Cafe is a rustic restaurant nestled in the enchanting forest surrounding the Metolius River. We feature an artfully created menu that stays true to the Northwest tradition of fine quality, organic locally-grown and raised meats, fish and produce with a unique, artistic flair. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections and Rainshadow Organics

“I am passionate about getting fresh, local produce on the plates of all families, regardless of their income level.” - Carly Sanders & Family, HDFFA Board Member,

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Ochoco Brewing Company

Sunny Yoga Kitchen

At Ochoco Brewing Company in Prineville we offer hand crafted beer from our very own brewery along with a menu featuring local beef, breads, dairy products, and seasonal vegetables. Proudly sourcing from: Dancing Cow Farm, Timber Creek Farm, and producing our own beer.

At Sunny Yoga Kitchen we devote attention and love into creating deliciously nutritious meals from the local produce we feel so fortunate to get through our friends at Agricultural Connections. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections

380 N Main St., Prineville (503) 998-3029 www.ochocobrewing.com Mon-Thu, 11:30am-9pm; Fri-Sun, 7am-9pm

Rockin’ Dave’s Bistro & Backstage Lounge 661 NE Greenwood Ave., Bend (541) 318-8177 www.rockindaves.com Bistro Mon-Sat, 7am-2pm; Sun 8am-2pm Backstage Lounge Tue-Sat, 4pm-close

At Rockin’ Dave’s, scratch is where it’s at. We make practically everything in house including corned beef, house smoked pastrami, breads, bagels, soups, sauces, and ginger ale! Check us out for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Rockin’ Dave’s is Local, Rockin’ Dave’s is Fun! Proudly sourcing from: Juniper Jungle Farm, Tender Greens, and Oregon Spirit Distillers

2748 NW Crossing Dr., Ste. 120, Bend (541) 678-3139 www.sunnyyogakitchen.com Our Sunny Kitchen is open Mon-Fri, 11am-3pm; Sat 10am-2pm

Sunriver Brewing Company Spork

937 NW Newport Ave., Bend (541) 390-0946 www.sporkbend.com Daily, 11am-9pm (Fri & Sat until 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. Proudly sourcing from: Bonta Gelato, Humm Kombucha, Rainshadow Organics, Juniper Jungle Farm, and Savory Spice Shop

Bend: 1005 NW Galveston Sunriver: Bldg 4, 57100 Beaver Dr. (541) 728-3453 www.sunriverbrewingcompany.com Daily, 11am-10pm; see both restaurant Facebook pages for more information Sunriver Brewing pubs and brewery sources products and services locally and regionally when we can. We also believe that by paying a little attention to environmental issues, we can do a lot to improve the state of landfills, rivers and watersheds. Proudly sourcing from: Bonta Gelato, Eberhard’s, Humm Kombucha, Imperial Stock Ranch, Savory Spice Shop, Vaquero Valley Ranch, and Barley Beef

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WINE, BREW, SPIRITS & KOMBUCHA 10 Barrel Brewing Co.

West: 1135 NW Galveston Ave, Bend East: 62970 NE 18th St., Bend Daily, 11am-11pm (541) 678-5228 www.10barrel.com

900 Wall

The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse

13300 Hwy. 20, Sisters (541) 638-7001 www.thesuttlelodge.com Daily sunrise-sunset; boathouse open Apr-Oct; lodge open year round Lakeside restaurant with “fishshack” vibe and an obsession for local vegetables centered around a menu directed by Portland chef, Joshua McFadden (Ava Genes & Tusk) who’s book “Six Seasons: A New Way With Vegetables” focuses on the local community of farmers, producers and artisans. Proudly sourcing from: Rainshadow Organics

10 Barrel Brewing was founded by three fellas in Bend, Oregon in 2006 who wanted to brew beer, drink beer and have a ton of fun while doing so. 10 years later and we’re still following suit. Visit the brewpub for delicious food and good times. Proudly sourcing from: Paradise Produce and local producers. We supply thousands of pounds of spent brewers’ hops and grain to Fields Farm’s compost.

Broken Top Bottle Shop & Ale Cafe 1740 NW Pence Ln., Ste. 1, Bend (541)728-0703 www.btbsbend.com 11am-10pm daily; check our website and like us on Facebook

We are a restaurant offering vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and house smoked meat fare. We are also a “brew hub” featuring 12 rotation taps and over 400 beer selections in the can and bottle. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Central Oregon Ostrich, DD Ranch, Tender Greens

495 NE Bellevue Dr., Bend (541) 390-1068 www.worthybrewing.com Sun-Thu, 11:30am-9pm; Fri-Sat 11:30am10pm

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1044 NW Bond St., Bend (541) 382-9242 www.deschutesbrewery.com Sun-Thu, 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-11pm At our Downtown Restaurant and Brewpub, our chefs put quality and hand crafted excellence into creating a menu that features fresh ingredients from local farmers, foragers and ranchers with whom we have built strong relationships. Almost everything on the menu is made from scratch and delivered fresh to your table. Proudly sourcing from: Barley Beef, Bonta Gelato, Fields Farm, Juniper Jungle, and Savory Spice Shop

Humm Kombucha

1125 NE 2nd St., Bend (541) 306-6329 www.hummkombucha.com Tap room open Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm At Humm Kombucha we take pride in making a delicious tasting kombucha. Our family has been brewing kombucha for over 20 years and you’ll taste the difference. It contains naturally occurring B-vitamins, beneficial bacteria, amino acids, and antioxidants. Come see us at our brewery for a free sample! Proudly processing in Central Oregon.

Mecca Grade Estate Malt

9619 NW Columbia Dr., Madras (541) 526-8152 www.meccagrade.com Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm; private tours and tastings by appt.

Worthy Brewing

You can’t get much more local than growing your own. Worthy Brewing Restaurant and Gardens grows its own herbs and hydroponic vegetables in their onsite garden and greenhouse. The campus also includes a hop yard with 22 varieties, including experimental breeds from OSU. Proudly sourcing from: Novicky’s Farm and our own herbs and hop yard

Deschutes Brewery

Mecca Grade Estate Malt is a craft malthouse located on 1,000 irrigated acres in the beautiful Central Oregon High Desert. Our eighth-generation Oregon farming family grows and malts all of our own specialty grain; and sells directly to brewers and distillers. Proudly sourcing from our farm. Worthy Brewing


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 hold events throughout the year and invite you to visit our tasting room! Proudly sourcing from our fields

Oregon Spirit Distillers

740 NE 1st St., Bend (541) 382-0002 www.oregonspiritdistillers.com Tasting room open Sun-Tue 12pm-6:00pm; Wed-Sat 12pm-8pm Grain to glass distillery featuring award winning whiskey made from locally sourced grain. Proudly sourcing from: Bonta Gelato and seasonally from other local producers

Primal Cuts Market

1244 NW Galveston, Bend (541)706-9308 www.primalcutsmeatmarket.com Everyday, 10am-7pm Primal Cuts Market offers the finest in regionally raised, sustainable, 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 local and regional beer, cider, and kombucha. Proudly sourcing from: DD Ranch, Eberhard’s, Golden Eagle Organics, Justy’s Jelly, Powell Butte Bison Ranch, Savory Spice, and 13-20 local breweries, cideries and kombuchas

Rockin’ Dave’s Bistro & Backstage Lounge

Sunriver Brewing Company

Bend: 1005 NW Galveston Sunriver: Bldg 4, 57100 Beaver Dr. (541) 728-3453 www.sunriverbrewingcompany.com Daily, 11am-10pm; see both restaurant Facebook pages for more info. Sunriver Brewing pubs and brewery sources products and services locally and regionally when we can. We also believe that by paying a little attention to environmental issues, we can do a lot to improve the state of landfills, rivers and watersheds. Proudly sourcing from: Bonta Gelato, Eberhard’s, Humm Kombucha, Imperial Stock Ranch, Savory Spice Shop, Vaquero Valley Ranch, and Barley Beef

Worthy Brewing

Backstage Lounge Tue-Sat, 4pm-close

495 NE Bellevue Dr., Bend (541) 390-1068 www.worthybrewing.com Sun-Thu, 11:30am-9pm; Fri-Sat, 11:30am 10pm

At Rockin’ Dave’s, scratch is where it’s at. We make practically everything in house including corned beef, house smoked pastrami, breads, bagels, soups, sauces, and ginger ale! Check us out for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Rockin’ Dave’s is Local, Rockin’ Dave’s is Fun! Proudly sourcing from: Juniper Jungle Farm, Tender Greens, and Oregon Spirit Distillers

You can’t get much more local than growing your own. Worthy Brewing Restaurant and Gardens grows its own herbs and hydroponic vegetables in their onsite garden and greenhouse. The campus also includes a hop yard with 22 varieties, including experimental breeds from OSU. Proudly sourcing from: Novicky’s Farm and our own hop yard

661 NE Greenwood Ave., Bend (541) 318-8177 www.rockindaves.com Bistro Mon-Sat, 7am-2pm; Sun 8am-2pm

“The locals Choice in Real Estate” We’re proud of our roots & happy to support our local farmers & ranchers. Selling or Buying Real Estate? Talk to a Local Expert.

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CATERING

A Broken Angel Sustainable Food Cart and Catering

643 NW Colorado Ave., Bend (541) 550-7727 abrokenangel.com Tue-Sat 9:30am-2:30pm. Cart hours may vary. Please see website for updates. A Broken Angel uses no animal products & considers organic/local a priority. We frequently feature local businesses. We use reusable or compostable ware at the cart, and encourage customers to reduce waste. We’ve also used upcycled materials for much of our cooking and catering gear. Proudly sourcing from: Fields Farm, Paradise Produce Stand, and from the farmers market

NON-PROFIT & EDUCATION A Greener World Terrebonne

(800) 373-8806 www.agreenerworld.org Mon-Fri, 6am-5pm A Greener World (AGW) is home to North America’s most trusted food labels: Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW, Certified Grassfed by AGW and Certified Non-GMO by AGW. Each certification promotes practical, sustainable farming systems by supporting farmers and ranchers and informing consumers.

Cascade Culinary Institute

2555 NW Campus Village Way, Bend (541) 318-3780 www.cascadeculinary.com The Cascade Culinary Institute at Central Oregon Community College offers competency-based instruction in a nuturing environment with an emphasis on sustainability. Certificates and degrees include Culinary Arts, Baking and Pastry, Sustainability, Nutrition and Restaurant Management.

Central Oregon Locavore

1841 NE 3rd St., Bend (541) 633-7388 www.centraloregonlocavore.org Tue-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat & Sun 10am-4pm, visit website for program and event times Locavore is a 501(c)3 non-profit supporting local food and farms through educational programs and a year round indoor farmers market, striving to improve access to local food, educating the community about the benefits of sustainably produced food, and supporting local producers.

Central Oregon Seed Exchange (C0SE) (541) 647-9604 www.seedexchange.weebly.com

COSE is a local seed bank dedicated to strengthening our farming and gardening community in Deschutes County. COSE increases local seed saving, seed exchanging, by providing education directed towards saving seed in Deschutes County.

OSU Extension Service

3893 SW Airport Way, Redmond 541-548-6088 www.extension.oregonstate.edu/deschutes Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm The Oregon State University Extension Service celebrates more than 100 years of educational outreach. From the beginning, OSU Extension’s mission has been to convey research-based knowledge in a way that is useful for people to improve their lives, their homes, and their communities. Extension programs include Agriculture and Natural Resources (horticulture, livestock, range, specialty crops, pasture and forage management), Forestry, 4-H Youth Development, Family and Community Health and Open Campus. Clare Sullivan has recently joined the - Oregon Extension team, focusing on Small Farms and Community Food Systems. Clare looks forward to working with small farm producers to address the challenges associated with locally grown food.

“I am passionate about food and farms and giving back to my community.” - Katrina Van Dis, HDFFA Board Member,

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BUSINESS SPONSORS Alpine Real Estate

2214 NE Division St., Bend (541) 480-0120 www.arebend.com Alpine Real Estate strongly supports local agriculture for the health and well-being of our community and our enviornment.

Bend Accounting PC

42 NW Greeley Ave., Bend (541) 388-0413 www.bendaccounting.com

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Rogue Farm Corps

Ashland and Central Oregon (541) 951-5105 www.roguefarmcorps.org Rogue Farm Corps trains and equips the next generation of farmers and ranchers through hands-on educational programs and farmland preservation. We support our local agricultural economy and serve as a model for other communities.

Seed To Table Farm

998 E Black Butte Ave., Sisters (541) 480-9039 www.seedtotablesisters.org Please contact to stop by

Bend Accounting PC is a full service tax and accounting firm in downtown Bend. We support and give thanks to our local farmers and ranchers!

Bend Health Guide

Mahonia Gardens

(206) 794-3118 www.bendhealthguide.com Distributed all over town, check out our website for more info Bend Health Guide is a directory of health providers & healthy living. Our June issue will be “Food as Medicine”, featuring local, organic farms, growing heirlooms, CSA’s & grass fed meat ranches. Recipes will focus on eating locally. If you’d like your farm or food to be featured, let us know.

Non profit education farm serving 1,300 students a year and feeding 200 families through CSAs, food bank donations, school district donations and more. Natural farming practices, no chemicals used.

“I love my work! It is a joy and an honor to build relationships through food partnerships.” - Liz Weigand, HDFFA Board Member

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Brent Hunter State Farm

777 NW Wall St., Ste. 202, Bend 541-382-6770 brent.hunter.do6z@statefarm.com We support healthy eating for all Central Oregonians!

Brooks Resources

409 NW Franklin Ave., Bend (541) 382-1662 www.brooksresources.com Brooks Resources is one of Central Oregon’s largest and most respected real estate developers. We believe in building healthy communities that honor our natural environment.

Central Oregon Visitors Association

57100 Beaver Dr., Sunriver (541) 706-1079 www.VisitCentralOregon.com Mon-Thu, 8:30am-5:30pm; Fri, 8:30am-6pm; Sat-Sun, 9am-5pm When adventure calls visit the Central Oregon Visitors Association Welcome Center located in The Village at Sunriver. The one-stop place to get guides & maps, not to mention free local advice for hiking, biking, skiing, golf, shopping (tax-free!), breweries, restaurants, road conditions and more!

63090 Sherman Rd., Bend (541) 749-5151 www.zolomedia.com Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm and online all of the time at ZoloMedia.com

Zolo Media is television in Central Oregon, offering local programming on Central Oregon Daily, weeknights at 6pm on KOHD/ABC and 7pm on KBNZ/CBS. Join us for a special focus on farm and food each week on Central Oregon Daily at 3pm or online at CentralOregonDaily.com.

Food4All

Bend Tech, 1001 SW Emkay Dr., Ste. 100, Bend (541) 350-2652 www.food4all.com Always open Food4All builds healthy sustainable communities by connecting farms and artisans with individuals, families and businesses in their local area. Find, buy or sell local food through our mobile food app at www.food4all.com.

High Desert Martial Arts 2535 NE Studio Rd., Bend 541-647-1220 www.highdesertmartialartsbend.com Mon-Fri, 10am-9pm; see website for current schedule High Desert Martial Arts is located in Bend and offers individuals, 4 yrs and up, a place to train in the martial arts. High ranking instruction in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and the ancient martial art and Olympic sport of Taekwondo. We are a strong supporter of the local food community.

Skyline Dental

2137 NE 4th St., Bend (541) 389-4807 www.skylinedentalbend.com Mon, 9am-6pm; Tue & Wed 8am-5pm; Thu & Fri, 7am-4pm At Skyline Dental we believe that healthy food equals healthy body, healthy mind, and healthy teeth. We are proud supporters of the High Desert Food & Farm Alliance. How better to support local and eat healthy to stay healthy!

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SWEET ROASTED ROOT VEGGIES

• 1 lb. carrots, peeled and cut into 1-inch chunks • 1 lb. parsnips, peeled and cut into 1-inch chunks • 1 lb. turnips, peeled and cut into 1-inch chunks • 1 lb. new or fingerling potatoes, cut into 1-inch chunks • 1 large red onion, halved and sliced • 6 to 8 garlic cloves (optional) • 2 tbsp. olive oil • salt & pepper to taste • 3 tbsp. of one of the following seasonings: • georgia peach Spice (available at Savory spice) • park Hill maple & Spice pepper (Available at Savory spice) • 1/4 cup fresh sage leaves (optional) You can use any mix of root vegetables in place of the ones listed. Beets, rutabaga, sweet potatoes, butternut squash, and shallots are all good options. diReCtions Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Spread prepared vegetables across large baking pan and drizzle with olive oil, salt & pepper, and seasoning of choice. Stir to coat vegetables. Make sure vegetables are spread out as much as possible in one layer. Lay a piece of foil on top to loosely cover. roast for 25 to 30 min. or until all vegetables are fork tender. Remove foil for the last 5 to 10 min. and add sage. Serve warm or at room temperature

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2017 High Desert Food and Farm Directory  

Your guide for Central Oregon grown, raised, and crafted food products brought to you by the High Desert Food and Farm Alliance.

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