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


Offering Hundreds of Local Products GROWN, RAISED, PRODUCED, OR FINISHED IN OREGON

Nine Locations in Oregon— Find Yours at WholeFoodsMarket.com 2 | HDFFA 2018 DIRECTORY


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Great Dining Experiences Start With Great Relationships

And great relationships are built by working with local farmers to highlight the true flavors of the region and inspire culinary experiences that help you connect with family, friends, and the world around you.

Brasada.com /dining | 877.392.6517 4 | HDFFA 2018 DIRECTORY


HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM ALLIANCE We’re your guide to local food and farms.

In our 7th annual directory you’ll find 100+ High Desert Food & Farm Alliance

Farms and Ranches

(HDFFA) Partners, from farms and ranches to specialty food producers, farmer’s markets and restaurants.

Our mission is to support a healthy and thriving food and farm network in Central Oregon through education, collaboration and inclusivity. We produce the Food & Farm Directory as a free

PHOTO OF CASCAD FAMILY FARMS BY AMANDA SMITH

community resource and guide to local food and farms.

Food Producers

b Look for this logo at participating businesses.

CONTACT US 541.390.3572 P.O. Box 1782, Bend OR 97709 hdffa.org | info@hdffa.org HDFFA |

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Restaurants & Markets

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THANK YOU to all of our 2018 Sponsors.

Brent Hunter State Farm Insurance Century Insurance Group

Food4All Instant Landscaping

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THANK YOU HDFFA VOLUNTEERS AND RETIRED BOARD MEMBERS GLEAN TEAM: Carly S., Laurie P., Caleb S., Amber H., Andrew M., Jonathan M., Dan G., Owen M., Daniel B., Daniel G., Susan C., Jeanette C., Jane S.D, Casad Family Farms

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CULINARY EDUCATION: Julian D., Lauren R., Kittie M., Mary B., Rose H., Becky M., Linda & Dave P., Teri M.,Jane G., Kacey C., Suzanne L., Candi, Marite A., Stephanie V.

SEED TO SUPPER: Kim K., Scott D., Todd P. HDFFA MARKETING: Teena H., Amanda L., Bec M., Clint N., Timothy G., Dhyana K.

RETIRED BOARD MEMBERS: Dana Martin, Liz Weigand, Shannon Sbarra


WHAT’S INSIDE Why We Love Local .......................................................8 Local Food System ....................................................... 9 Food Access Programs ........................................ 10-12 Local Food Superstars ............................................... 13 Food & Farm Tours And Events ................................. 14 The Value Of Local Food ........................................... 15 SNAP ............................................................................ 16 WIC .............................................................................. 17 Getting To Know Your Roots ...................................... 18 Seasonal Food Guide ................................................ 19 Food On A Budget ..................................................... 20 HDFFA Partner Coupons ............................................ 21 Local Faces ........................................................... 22-23 Farmer’s Markets ........................................................ 24 Community Partners .................................................. 25 Farmers And Ranchers At A Glance .................. 26-27 DIRECTORY ......................................................... 28-44 Farms & Ranches ........................................................ 28 Herbs, Seeds, Plants & Landscaping ........................ 36 Produce Stands .......................................................... 36 Meat Market ............................................................... 37 Dairies & Dairy Products............................................. 37 Coffee, Tea, Baked Goods ........................................ 37 Specialty Foods .......................................................... 38 Restaurants ................................................................. 39 Food Carts .................................................................. 39 Wine, Brew, Spirits & Kombucha................................. 42 Grocers & Distributors ................................................ 43 Commercial Kitchens ................................................ 44 Education & Non Profits ............................................. 44 Accommodations ...................................................... 44

FIND

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local farms and ranches

starting on page 28

DISCOVER

12

local FOOD PRODUCERS

22

starting on page 37

enJOY

local RESTAURANTS

starting on page 39

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Find us online at

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WHY WE EAT LOCAL

And why you should too.

Better Taste. Better Health. Better For Our Community.

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Supporting a sustainable community-based FOOD SYSTEM

It’s all about local food -- growing it, processing it, shipping it, marketing it, selling it, and ultimately buying and consuming it in an effort to support our community-based food system.

But what is a community-based food system?

For the High Desert Food and Farm Alliance (HDFFA), it is our network of farmers, ranchers, producers, processors and consumers that are dedicated to making our region a more locally based, self-reliant food economy.

But what makes food “local”?

We consider “local” to be food grown and raised here in Central Oregon, of course -- vegetables, fruit, eggs, meat, etc. -- but also food which is produced by local artisans. By supporting and providing more direct access to both ends of the spectrum, we all work to ensure the strength of the food system we’ve developed thus far, provides a strong, healthy and sustainable future for generations to come.

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Grow

Process

Distribute

Eat

Compost

In the end, our goal is to encourage local food consumers to thoughtfully consider the sources of their food, as well as the steps it takes to get it to the market and onto their plates. From farm to plate, truck to store, jam to bread, beer to glass, and finally into the compost, a food system is made up of all of us who buy, consume and advocate for local and sustainable nourishment.

HDFFA PROGRAMS - FARMER SUPPORT

We recognize our regional farmers and ranchers work hard to grow, raise and craft foods that nourish our High Desert community. We also recognize that they are vital to a thriving and sustainable food system. But farming isn’t easy. It takes dedicated farmers and a village. We at HDFFA are here to support their work, whether this includes making it easier to enter local markets, providing promotional support, or helping to build better connections between farmers and our communities through networking opportunities.

In doing so, we offer the following opportunities: • Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) for the workplace • Support for agritourism and serving as fiscal sponsor for CROP and High Desert EATs: farmer and community-led agritourism groups in Crook and Jefferson counties. • Season extender and greenhouse mini-grants • Farmer Chef Mixers and workshops

• Farmer Profiles, Food & Farm Directory, and promotional tools and efforts • Oregon Farm to School Procurement Hub Lead: working with farmers and schools to address challenges and facilitate networking opportunities • The Local Food Economic Impact Report HDFFA 2018 DIRECTORY | 9


HDFFA PROGRAMS

GROW & GIVE Fresh food donations Healthy bodies and healthy minds require nutritious meals at every age. Studies show that food-insecure households experience a higher-than-average incidence of high blood pressure and diabetes. This only reinforces why it’s more important than ever to ensure those in need are able to access fresh fruits and vegetables.

“Every other week throughout the summer, we were able to donate fresh lettuce, tomatoes, kale, potatoes and more to help folks have fresh food on their families’ plates,” said Carly Sanders, Food Bank Director at NeighborImpact. To learn more, find out where to drop produce or to be a gleaning volunteer, visit our website.

And, it’s why we created our Grow & Give program.

What is Grow & Give?

Developed in 2015, Grow & Give ensures that fresh, locally grown food is available to all Central Oregon families through the NeighborImpact Food Bank and their food pantry network.

How it works:

During the spring and summer, HDFFA hosts booths at regional farmers’ markets where consumers can buy and donate food, gardeners can bring in home-grown foods, and farmers can donate excess fruits, vegetables and other products. We at HDFFA also coordinate on-farm gleaning, where volunteers harvest excess produce from farmers’ fields for donation to Grow & Give. We pass all fresh food donations along to NeighborImpact who distributes it to their network of 45 partner hunger relief agencies. Since 2015, HDFFA has donated around 34,000 pounds benefitting hundreds of individuals and families.

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“I glean for humility,” said Caleb Stoddart, owner of Bend Accounting and an active gleaning volunteer, “to meet the folks that are growing and delivering the food I eat at local restaurants, to be in touch with the earth and support the farmers that are always working for our health.”


COOKING MATTERS Free Cooking Classes It’s one thing to know where to access fresh food. It’s another thing to know what to do with it once you get home. This knowledge is critical to making sure we all have nutritious meals to feed ourselves, family and friends.

Looking to bridge this gap, we started offering Cooking Matters in 2014. The goal of Cooking Matters is to empower individuals and families to feel comfortable in the kitchen and expand or learn cooking skills. We offer 7-week free cooking courses in the spring and fall using a curriculum developed by the national organization, Share Our Strength. Participants learn how to make healthy meals using whole ingredients while maintaining a budget.

“I receive around $95 a month for food, and Cooking Matters with HDFFA is helping me learn to cook on a budget,” stated a program participant. We at HDFFA team up with volunteer home cooks, professional chefs and local nutritionists to teach the classes on cooking and how to shop on a budget, including store tours. The program is funded entirely through grants, donations and our amazing volunteers. “I need help figuring out how to eat well with SNAP benefits, which forces me to go to food banks to have enough food,” said another participant. “Unfortunately, I get a ton of bread and processed [food] that I would not buy if I wasn’t in this economic place. I am grateful for the food assistance, but we all have a right to eat good food. I want to gain culinary skills so that I can use the food I already have access to so I can eat healthier.” Cooking Matters provides hands-on experience cooking meals that are nutritious, delicious and affordable. To learn more, donate to the program, become a volunteer or register for classes, visit hdffa.org.

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HDFFA PROGRAMS

NUTRITION & HEALTH Veggie RX Last year, we at HDFFA partnered with the Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council to understand how nutrition programs, such as cooking classes, can benefit a person and also how doctors and nurses provide this information to their patients. We met with health care providers, individuals and organizations that provide nutrition classes. What we uncovered was astounding:

• 75% of Central Oregonians would benefit from better nutrition and education, • Fresh food is too expensive for most people. • In general, people don’t make a connection between their diets and the state of their own health.

At HDFFA, we are developing and implementing a oneyear Veggie Rx pilot program. We are excited to partner with participating local healthcare providers who screen individuals for food insecurity and diet-related disease, such as diabetes or heart disease. If the patient is a good fit for the program, they can enroll in an 8-week prescription for free fresh vegetables and fruits at the Bend Farmers’ Markets. They also receive nutrition counseling and support navigating the farmer’s market, all while creating relationships and trust with farmers and the community.

“We hope that people enjoy and benefit

Such information helped us to develop a new pilot program called Veggie Rx.

more from eating fresh foods,” states

WHAT IS VEGGIE RX?

Director. “Because this program has the

Imagine a world where food and exercise are prescribed just as pharmaceuticals and procedures. Inspiring, right? Veggie Rx is just that, a vegetable and fruit prescription program designed to increase consumption of and knowledge about fresh fruits and vegetables. In Central Oregon, our program is also focused on improving food security, often thought of as hunger. Hunger is hard to spot in a community, and being food secure means having a reliable source of affordable and nutritious food -- a basic need for everyone. 12 | HDFFA 2018 DIRECTORY

Katrina Van Dis, HDFFA Executive potential to change lives”. The goal of the program is to improve the health of Central Oregonians, while at the same time supporting our local farmers. We are proud to offer this pilot program in our region and to empower health care providers to prescribe produce to the people who need it most. HDFFA is thankful to PacificSource Foundation and the Central Oregon Health Council for funding this program.


MEET OUR LOCAL FOOD SUPERSTARS

We would like to recognize HDFFA partners going above and beyond with local food sourcing and contributions to our local food community. Our farm and ranch partners voted for food businesses that purchase products regularly from them. Check out their top picks for local food champions below.

2018 Local Food Champions GROCER Central Oregon Locavore Runner up: Melvins

RESTAURANT 123 Ramen

Runners up: Deschutes Brewery and Jacksons Corner

FOOD TRUCK Dump City Dumplings Runner up: EMW Fusion

SPECIALTY FOOD ITEMS Holmmade Toffee Runner up: Bonta Natural Artisan Gelato

HONORABLE MENTION Ochoco Brewing

Thank you 7-Year Partners

We’ve been producing the annual Food & Farm Directory as a community resource since 2012. Thank you to our longtime partners who have been with us for 7 years!

FARMS

BUSINESSES

• Central Oregon Ostrich

• Pine Mountain Ranch

• Agricultural Connections

• Lone Pine Coffee

• Crump Ranch

• Rainshadow Organics

• Newport Ave. Market

• T-Bone Hay and Cattle

• Central Oregon Locavore

• DD Ranch • Imperial Stock Ranch • Maragas Winery

• Timber Creek Farm • White Diamond Ranch

• Deschutes Brewery

• Rockin Daves Bagel Bistro

• Jacksons Corner

• Whole Foods Market


FARM TO TABLE FUNDRAISER

To support the work of High Desert Food & Farm Alliance and A Greener World

FALL 2018 | FABULOUS FOOD | ENTERTAINMENT, DANCING & MORE Join HDFFA and A Greener World for a memorable evening of delicious food, good company and the best of Central Oregon Follow us on Facebook for details coming soon.

FOOD & FARM

TOURS & EVENTS

Food and Farm Events in Central Oregon are opportunities for you to immerse yourself in high desert farm life, learn about regional agriculture and the bounty grown here, and celebrate the connection between farms and the food on your plate.

Look for these events and more at hdffa.org

HIGH DESERT EATS, FOX HOLLOW RANCH PHOTO BY: KIM EHON

For the Love of Food!

CROOK COUNTY FARM EVENTS

JEFFERSON COUNTY AGRITOURISM

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In a region known for outdoor activities, options to get moving to the farm are everywhere. Tap your toe to music from local talent or explore the farm while you shop from Crook County farmers and artisans at CROP events. Find details and dates on facebook @ CROP Crooked River Open Pastures.


THE VALUE OF LOCAL FOOD

Local food connects communities with their farmers and ranches and is a value that is important yet difficult to measure. Your support is critical to a healthy food system. When you spend a dollar at your favorite farm, they spend the dollar on local services like repairing a tractor or buying seeds. This dollar is circulated in our community and is known as the multiplier effect.

For every dollar you spend on a farm product 76¢

STAYS IN THE LOCAL ECONOMY

LOCAL FOOD

DID YOU KNOW

STAYS IN THE LOCAL ECONOMY

VS

28¢

IMPORTED FOOD

IF WE SWITCHED 10% OF OUR COMMERCIAL GROCERY STORE PURCHASES TO DIRECT PURCHASES FROM A FARMER, WE WOULD HAVE A 1.3 MILLION DOLLAR IMPACT ON OUR FOOD SYSTEM

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SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (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.

DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN USE SNAP AT FARMERS MARKETS SEE PAGE 24 FOR A LIST OF LOCAL FARMERS MARKETS!

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¿Que es SNAP?

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.


WOMEN, INFANT & CHILDREN (WIC) Families Eligible for 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

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!

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

WIC 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

FARM DIRECT NUTRITION FOR SENIORS Seniors Farm Direct Nutrition Program

SNAP-eligable seniors are able 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

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.

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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR ROOTS Whether you’re new to Central Oregon or a veteran of high desert living, gardening in the region can be intimidating. Unlike the more fertile areas of the Oregon valley, California or the Midwest, gardening in the high desert is a true exercise -- one that relies on exploration, education, preparation, and cultivation. Our sandy soil, unpredictable climate, lack of rain, and battles with aphids makes gardening, and farming, in Central Oregon challenging, but also strangely satisfying. The more risky the journey, after all, the more rewarding the finish. Whether your goal is to grow and harvest, or to simply buy and consume from a local farmers’ market, the following is a list of the best Central Oregon has to offer:

HERBS

POTATOES Did you know Central Oregon was once one of the most prominent potato growing regions in the nation? In fact, the Deschutes County Fair started decades ago as a festival honoring potato growing in the area. So, celebrate our heritage with fresh, hearty, locally grown potatoes! Try the typical white potatoes, Russet and Kennebeck, or Purple Vikings.

BEETS

Equally hardy both in an outdoor garden and a simpler container garden on your kitchen window sill, fresh herbs love to grow in Central Oregon. And, they play an incredibly important role in adding deep flavors and culinary pizazz to your recipes. Pro tip: always keep some fresh, locally grown mint handy for summer mojitos!

Are you seeing a trend? Like potatoes and carrots, the beet is another root vegetable that’s simple to grow in the high desert. Yet, they’re slightly under-appreciated for such a naturally sweet and adaptable veggie. Bake them, grill them, can then, freeze them, pickle them … just don’t ignore them at the farmers’ market this year!

MEATS

CARROTS

Ranches in Central Oregon are incredibly diverse when it comes to stock, which translates to variety when it comes to locally sourced meats. From grass-fed beef, bison and swine to sheep, goats, poultry, and even ostrich, few culinary experiences surpass that first time you try locally sourced meats.

Nothing beats the healthy snap of a fresh carrot for a snack. And in the kitchen, it’s rewarding to use this staple root veggie as a base for hearty soups, stews or risottos. Carrots freeze well, too. It doesn’t get much more versatile than a carrot … or much simpler from a growing standpoint.

For information on where to find the foods on this list, turn to page 28 of this directory or visit our website at hdffa.org.

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HIGH DESERT SEASONAL HARVEST CHART Every season, fearless farmers take on the High Desert’s seasonality challenges.

Thankfully, High Desert farmers are able to buffer these 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.

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.   SPRING MAR

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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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EAT HEALTHY & LOCAL ON A BUDGET “I hear eating fresh or local is healthier for me and the environment, but it’s too expensive!” We at HDFFA hear this from people and have experienced it ourselves. Have you ever gone shopping for dinner without a plan (and hungry) and walk away feeling like you spent too much?

On average, organic bulk foods are a whopping 86% less than their packaged counterparts. A well-executed bulk purchase or shopping “in season” can save you money and time. Tips for eating local on a budget:

Shop in Season: A study of locally grown food prices in

whole foods and cooking with raw ingredients more often. Consider shopping with a friend and splitting perishables such as meat or dairy products. The Fill Your Pantry event happens every fall with Central Oregon Locavore where you can stock up on staple food items and meet a farmer.

the Midwest found that pricing at the farmers’ markets were comparable to those at supermarkets when the product was in peak season. Not only do vegetables and fruits tend to be cheaper when they’re in season, but they also taste good and are better for you. Check out our Seasonal Harvest Chart and learn when to buy foods at their peak freshness.

Preserve Your Food: This may take some effort, but

Cook for a Crowd: Dedicate some time to cooking in large

Buy in Bulk: Buying in bulk puts an emphasis on eating

it can reward you throughout the year! Try canning or drying vegetables that you can store and eat in the winter. If possible, invest in a good used freezer to store your extras. Visit OSU Master Preservers to find local classes.

quantities. Soups are a great start, add in some fresh kale or chard to a vegetable soup, or local beef into your lasagna recipe – then freeze it for later. Want to learn how to cook better on a budget? Our Cooking Matters courses on page 11 may be just what you are looking for.

FIND LOCAL FARM AND RANCH COUPONS ON PAGE 21

Julie Reber

PRINCIPAL BROKER, LICENSED REALTOR IN OREGON AND CALIFORNIA 541-977-1138 | www.julieinbend.com

Balancing a lifelong career in Real Estate, family and owning and operating a farm requires organization, resilience and a great sense of humor! Julie walks the walk. When it’s time to buy your farm, sell your farm or simply work with a reliable REALTOR, give Julie a call.

EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED.

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Get local & win a t-shirt!

Use a coupon, share it on social media & tag us @hdffa. Redeem 7 coupons & email info@ hdffa.org to collect your prize!

Farm & Ranch Partner Coupons DD Ranch

5% purchase of $50 or greater of product (Ranch experience sales excluded)

Freshfields Farm

$1.00 of our eggs during the month of July only.

Four Acre Farm

Buy five items get one item free at same or lessor value. Limit one coupon per customer. Exp 9/30/18

Dome Grown Produce

Coupon good for $2 off a $10 purchase at any Dome Grown Produce farmers market booth. Coupon good for the 2018 season.

Food Business Partner Coupons 123 Ramen

$1 off any ramen combo bowl Limit one per customer.

Boone Dog Pizza, llc. $2.00 off your first pizza.

Cathy’s Beaks and Snouts

Buy 5 pounds of ground beef, get the 6th pound free! One per customer!

Hope Springs Dairy

June-August 2018 1/2 off first months board fee

Piggyback Ranch

For new customers only, 5% off 1st CSA share and 10% off purchase of whole or half hog

Rickety Bridge Ranch $20 off 20lb mixed beef box. Limited quantity available, while supplies last.

Casad Family Farm

Free pound of potatoes at the farmers market or on farm

(when in season, limit one per customer).

Cascade Mountain Pastures

10% off your on-farm purchase of grass fed lamb. Expires June 1, 2018.

Splitting Aces Livestock

Bluestone Natural Farms

Expires February 2019

Limit one per customer.

10% off your first order.

2Sisters Ranch

Buy a whole beef share of 2Sisters Ranch Wagyu and get a chest freezer to hold it in. For locals only

Mahonia Gardens

Get one pound of ground beef FREE with $25 purchase.

Freedom Rock Farms

Buy three packages of meat and receive your fourth free!

Rainshadow Organics

15% off for first-time customers at Sisters Farmers Market or NWX Farmers Market.

Buy $40 at the farm store and receive a package of ground beef or pork

Bontà Natural Artisan Gelato

Central Oregon Locavore

Buy, one, Get one sugar cone or 4 oz. cup

$5 off $25 for first time customers.

Busy Izzy Foods

Buy 2 get 1 Free at local farmers markets.

Valid until 12-31-2018

Holm Made Toffee Co.

Intro offer: $3.00 off 1 Lb Granola when you present this coupon at the time of purchase. (direct purchase from Busy Izzy Foods only see website for locations.

Not good with any other coupon/special promo. Expires 10/31/18.

Josie’s Best Gluten Free Mixes 20% off any product ordered through our website. Expires 9/1/2018

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7th and Evergreen, Redmond (541) 550-0066 facebook @ Redmond Farmers Market JUN-SEPT 7, 3PM-6PM

2610 NE Hwy. 20, Bend (541) 408-4998 bendfarmersmarket.com JUL 5-SEPT 27, 2PM-6PM

7th St between C and B Streets, Madras (541) 546-6778 madrassaturdaymarket.com JUN 2-SEPT 15, 9AM-2PM Selling locally grown

Redmond Farmers Market

Outdoor farmers market featuring farmers, growers and producers from Central Oregon. Featuring seasonal varietal fruits and veggies organically grown, no pesticides, no spray. Offering artisan foods and locally made crafts.

Bend Farmers Market

The Bend Farmers Market provides a centralized market for farmers to sell fruit and vegetables, meat, vegetable starts, herbs, flowers and local food producers to sell jams, gelato, coffee, kombucha and baked goods direct to consumers.

Madras Saturday Market

vegetables, fruits, eggs, cheese, flower, vegetable plants and homemade items, as well as hand-made and handcrafted items. Live music every Saturday featuring Central Oregon talent.

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Brooks Alley Downtown Bend (541) 408-4998 bendfarmersmarket.com MAY 2-OCT 10, 2PM-6PM

Fir St. Park, 291 E. Main Ave., Sisters (603) 969-2136 sistersfarmersmarket.com JUN-SEPT, 2PM-5:30PM

NW Crossing Dr., Bend (541) 280-3642 nwxfarmersmarket.com JUNE 16-SEPT 15, 10AM-2PM

Bend Farmers Market

The Bend Farmers Market provides a centralized market for farmers to sell fruit and vegetables, meat, vegetable starts, herbs, flowers and local food producers to sell jams, gelato, coffee, kombucha and baked goods direct to consumers.

Sisters Farmers Market

This quaint market in Sisters is charged by the passion of the Central Oregon-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.

NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market

Discover a bounty of fresh produce, locally-raised meats, fresh eggs and cheese, handmade items and so much more. Get your groove on to an eclectic mix of live music. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.


COMMITMENT TO OUR COMMUNITY HDFFA is founded on the BELIEF that local food should be accessible to everyone, and that our food connects us to each other. We TRUST that the farmers and ranchers who grow our food and care for the land and animals do so with dignity and respect, and in a way that nourishes our community.   We SUPPORT the entrepreneurs whose craft is to make a product that reflects their values and contributes to our High Desert economy.   We RECOGNIZE the chefs who prioritize local ingredients in their meals, and the entrepreneurs who strive to make sourcing local a common practice.   We ASPIRE to improve the demand for and appreciation of local food, and to cherish every moment when food tastes better simply because it is local.

HDFFA Farm & Ranch Partners Pledge

HDFFA Food Business Partners Pledge

• Farm or Ranch is owned by a Central Oregon resident • Products are sold primarily in Central Oregon markets • Mindful of conserving land and water and maintaining healthy soils • Have responsible and transparent use of chemicals, fertilizers, manure and other farm inputs, as well as operate with humane and respectful treatment of animals.

• Business is owned by a Central Oregon resident • Products are sold primarily in Central Oregon markets • Business mission or business practices support a sustainable, regional food system • If processing foods, main processing center is in Central Oregon and if they are a restaurant or other food business, raw products are sourced from Central Oregon.

Together, we strive to provide clear and accurate information about locally grown, raised, and crafted foods and where to find them.

We love local at Rockin' Dave's! At Rockin' Dave's we serve up Central Oregon ingredients for breakfast, lunch and dinner! We rock the following producers: Casad Family Farms Great American Egg Tender Greens Come support local!

rockindaves.com 661 NE Greenwood Ave in Bend | 541-318-8177 | Like us on Facebook!

DID YOU KNOW WHEN RESTAURANTS BUY FOOD FROM LOCAL FARMS AND FOOD PROCESSORS, THEY KEEP DOLLARS CIRCULATING IN OUR LOCAL ECONOMY. WHEN YOU PATRONIZE THOSE RESTAURANTS YOU MAKE AN IMPACT. Consider asking your server how they support local and look for the HDFFA Partner Logo whenever you are dining out. HDFFA 2018 DIRECTORY | 25


2 Sisters Ranch Amy’s Lavender Angel’s Rest Ranch Auntie Bean’s Barley Beef Bluestone Natural Farm Boundless Farmstead C & G Farms Casad Family Farms Cascade Lavender Cascade Mountain Pastures Cathy’s Beaks and Snouts Central Oregon Ostrich Central Oregon Seed Exchange Central Oregon Veterans Ranch Crooked River Bison Ranch Crump Ranch DD Ranch Dome Grown Produce Double F Ranch Fields Farm Four Acre Farm Freedom Rock Farms Freshfields Farm Fresh Start Farm Golden Eagle Organics Great American Egg Grizzly Mountain Eco Ranch HolmesStead Ranch Home Farm Foods Hope Springs Dairy Imperial Stock Ranch In Cahoots Heirloom Apple Collaborative 26 | HDFFA 2018 DIRECTORY

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Renee Bouma Tumalo (541) 797-3255 2SistersRanchWagyu@gmail.com 2sistersranchllc.com Mon-Sat, 8am-6pm We raise 100% full blood Wagyu Beef with sustainable grazing practices here on our Tumalo ranch. We only buy local hay when needed. No added hormones, GMO’s or antibiotics. You may be interested in: whole, half or quarter shares of beef. We can also ship 50 pound boxes.

Auntie Bean’s

Boundless Farmstead

Our small farm is located 9 miles NW of Prineville on Madras Hwy 26. We have seasonal produce, grass-fed beef and lamb, including breakfast and summer sausage, handmade soap and more. You may be interested in: fresh produce delivered to your door! Check out our website for more information

Dedicated to the earth, to our community, and to growing the best damn food we can. We use sustainable practices to grow chemical-free vegetables, poultry, and eggs near the Badlands. You may be interested in: farm concerts, fermentation and preservation classes, CSAs, seasonal events, and Thanksgiving turkeys.

Barley Beef

C & G Farms

Charlie & Charlene Walker 11828 NW Madras Hwy., Prineville (541) 447-4193 charlenewalker@auntiebeans.com auntiebeans.com Stand open Thu & Fri, 9am-1pm; CROP tours Saturdays

Rob Rastovich 21915 Rastovich Rd., Bend (541) 728-3450 rob@barleybeef.com barleybeef.com We deliver in Central Oregon Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm

Amy’s Lavender

Allen Yoder 1600 A Ave., Terrebonne (541) 410-7722 amyslavender1@gmail.com amyslavender.com No hours of operation at this time see website We specialize in lavender oils, bouquets, plants, and other value added lavender products. We have no certification; we use only organic fertilizers and pest control. You may be interested in: finding us at farmers markets and visiting our online store.

Farm Certified: USDA Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Barley Beef is raised on grass/hay and the left over beer mash from local breweries. You may be interested in: purchasing locally raised products for both restaurants and consumers (including locker beef).

David Kellner-Rode and Megan French 25360 Walker Rd., Bend (503) 883-1758 info@boundlessfarmstead.com boundlessfarmstead.com Please visit website for more details

Gary & Cindy Dale 65310 Swalley Rd., Bend (541) 383-2523 abacus@bendbroadband.com Call for appt. or info. Black Angus, grass-fed beef, no hormones, no antibiotics. Bred here, born here, raised here in a humane and stress free environment. You may be interested in: clean grass-fed beef with no added hormones or antibiotics.

Bluestone Natural Farms Angel’s Rest Ranch

Steve Conkling 15722 NE Sealy Springs, Prineville (541) 362-6646 AngelsRestRanch@gmail.com Open daily, call ahead to make an appt. Angel’s Rest is refocusing this year on seasonal vegetables, heritage pork, eggs, and pet silkie chickens; all are available! You may be interested in: our products serving individual and commercial consumers. We deliver weekly within 50 miles.

Onda Hall-Hueners 12555 SW Hwy. 126, Powell Butte (541) 610-4339 ondah56@gmail.com bluestonenaturalfarms.com Year-round, call to verify someone will be able to assist you Seasonal produce, herbs, plants, grass-fed beef, pork, goat meat and milk. You may be interested in: hand-crafted products, including goat-milk soap, hand-sewn items, jewelry, and more!

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Herd Share


Casad Family Farms

Crooked River Bison Ranch

Farm Certified: USDA Certified Organic A family farm Northwest of Madras growing certified organic produce for farmers markets and local wholesale, flowers, hays, grains and seed crops. The farm also raises cattle and hogs, available seasonally. We practice biodynamic/permaculture/regenerative agriculture principals. You may be interested in: visiting our farmstand or trying our Kennebec potatoes.

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.

Chris Casad 2595 NW Elm Ln., Madras (541) 815-6483 casadfamilyfarms2017@gmail.com casadfamilyfarms.com See website for farm stand hours and the farmers markets we attend

Cascade Lavender

Holly Pearson 5000 SW Feather Dr., Madras (541) 550-0385 cascadelavenderfarm@gmail.com cascadelavender.com Memorial Day weekend-mid Aug, Thu-Sat, 10am-5pm; Sun, 12pm-4pm Located in the heart of Central Oregon’s agricultural belt, Cascade Lavender is blessed with an incredible panorama of pastoral fields and peaks of the Cascade Mountains. With approximately 4,000 lavender plants and over 100 different varieties. You may be interested in: fresh and dried lavender, lavender oil, sprays, lotions, soaps, creams, candles, and more.

Cascade Mountain Pastures Karan Swaner 18130 Hwy 126, Sisters (541) 213-6406 karaneswaner@yahoo.com Sales from the ranch by appt.

Grass-fed lamb raised without antibiotics available yearround. Free range eggs usually available. You may be Interested in: visiting us during lambing from late February through March, visits by appt.

Cathy’s Beaks and Snouts

Cathy Fall 2663 NE Sunset View Ln., Prineville (541) 410-2594 cathyafall@gmail.com facebook @ cathysbeaksandsnouts Mon-Sat, 9am-5pm Grass-fed beef, free-range pigs, no antibiotics,and freerange chicken eggs. You may be interested in: seeing our healthy animals living their lives in a clean environment. Meat processed in a USDA Certified facility.

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

Central Oregon Ostrich

Michael Lehman (541) 382-5712 Danielle@CentralOregonOstrich.com CentralOregonOstrich.com Call or email for appt. Ostrich is a red meat, high in iron, naturally low in saturated fat and, compared to ground beef, contains 50% less fat per serving. Our ostrich yearlings are finished on brewers grains from local breweries. You may be interested in: a healthy, lean alternative to red meat.

Central Oregon Seed Exchange (COSE)

Spring Alaska Olson 1841 NE 3rd St., Bend (541) 647-9604 coseedexchange@gmail.com seedexchange.weebly.com Year-round, call to schedule a ranch visit, visit facebook page for updates USDA Intertribal Agricultural Council COSE is a network dedicated to strengthening our farming and gardening community in Central Oregon by growing and farming local/healthy cold climate seed for Deschutes County residents.  We offer free and discounted seed to non-profits, schools and landowners. You may be interested in: our Seed to School Program free seed for all school children!

Crump Ranch

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

DD Ranch

Linda Anspach 3836 NE Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne (541) 233-8359 info@ddranch.net ddranch.net Please call ahead to schedule a visit, we aim to be available Wed-Sat, 12pm-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: joining our meat CSA, visting our farm store, or purchasing products wholesale for restaurants.

Central Oregon Veterans Ranch Orion Carriger 65920 61st St., Bend (541) 706-9062 orionC@covranch.org covranch.org Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm

Veteran outreach local non-profit farm offering seasonal produce, greenhouse tomatoes, micro greens, and free range eggs. You may be interested in: direct sales at the ranch or finding our produce at local restaurants. DOUBLE F RANCH

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Dome Grown Produce

Amanda Benkert Redmond (541) 678-3064 amanda@domegrown.org domegrown.org May-Oct, see website for more info Small market farm growing seasonable vegetables, and medicinal and edible herbs and flowers for farmers markets. You may be interested in: finding local, and fresh veggies at the farmers markets. Look for our “Harvest Bucks” to save $.

Four Acre Farm

Fresh Start Farms

Seasonal produce weeded by hand and fertilized using compost. We only use additives that are listed as organic. You may be interested in: getting our produce at the farmers market or at the farm, purchasing a CSA.

Real food, grown with integrity. Closed herd, heirloom breeds, no growth hormones, no antibiotic feed, no fertilized pastures, free range, beyond natural and humane. Grass-fed and finished beef. Pork, chicken, turkey and eggs. Beef and pork sold in 1/4, 1/2 and whole. Please call. You may be interested in: supporting Central Oregon agriculture and wanting to know where your food comes.

Agustin Olea 4508 SW Eureka Ln., Madras (541) 610-4403 vir5410@yahoo.com facebook @ FourAcreFarm Tue, 3pm-6pm, Redmond Farmers Market; Sat, 10am-2pm, Northwest Crossing Farmers Market

Double F Ranch

Freedom Rock Farms

Fifth-generation ranch offering year-round, pastured meat CSA with grass-finished beef and lamb (optional), pastured pork and poultry, and free-range eggs. Homegrown corn and soy-free feed. Farmstead soaps and wool products. You may be interested in: direct to market local meats in manageable quantities.

We pride ourselves on raising completely antibiotic and hormone-free meat. Our animals have unlimited access to fresh air and exercise. You can taste the happiness. You may be interested in: understanding where your meat is from!

Katia Steckly Antelope (541) 489-3212 katia@doublefranch.com doublefranch.com Monthly deliveries to Bend

Kathi Miller 63530 Johnson Ranch Rd. (541) 317-5925

Julie Reber 22225 Bear Creek Rd., Bend (415) 609-3677 julie@juliereber.com freedomrockfarms.com We work 7 days a week!

Freshfields Farm Fields Farm

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

Donna Lemieux-Brehm 19189 Dayton Rd., Bend (503) 970-9852 freshfieldsfarmbend@gmail.com freshfieldsfarmbend.com Farm stand opens in mid-June, please check our website for hours We have pasture-fed, free-range eggs. Our vegetables, flowers and herbs are pesticide free. Our farm also has lodging. We have a CSA available from mid summer to early fall. Share of grass fed Angus beef is available too. You may be interested in: pasture fed, free range eggs, lodging on our farm, CSA, roadside farm stand and culinary classes.

CROOKED RIVER BISON RANCH

Golden Eagle Organics

Brian Lepore 62900 Eagle Rd., Bend (541) 214-5467 brian@goldeneagleorganics.com goldeneagleorganics.com By appt. Organically raised grass-fed lamb and goat. You may be interested in: organically raised meats.

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Great American Egg

Justice and Anita Hoffman 13604 SW Powell Butte Hwy., Powell Butte (541) 323-1065 members@greatamericanegg.com greatamericanegg.com Larder Days at least one Sunday a month between Memorial Day and Halloween Located in Powell Butte, the Great American Egg supplies eggs, pork and chicken direct from the farm to several retail outlets, and to local chefs. All of our animals are raised completely on pasture with no fixed housing. You may be interested in: farm processed factory-free meats and eggs, without the use of corn, soy or GMOs

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Herd Share

Home Farm Foods

Imperial Stock Ranch

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: visiting us at the farmers market or purchasing direct from the farm.

Farm Certified: Responsible Wool Standard ISR (est. 1871) has been raising sheep and cattle for 147 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. Beef shares are available to individuals

Cameron Gunther 7085 SW Kent Ln., Culver (541) 279-3057 info@homefarmfoods.co homefarmfoods.co Farm visit upon request; online order always open

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Farmers’ Market

Hope Springs Dairy

Jeff Severson 65795 Old Bend Redmond Hwy., Bend (541) 241-6183 info@hopespringsdairy.com hopespringsdairy.com Daily by appt. Raw milk herdshare from pasture raised cows. You may be interested in: checking out the farm, bringing the kids to see the calves, and awesome heritage breed pork.

Grizzly Mountain Eco Ranch

Keelia Carver Maupin (541) 993-0273 keelia@imperialstockranch.com imperialstockranch.com Tours by appt.

In Cahoots Heirloom Apple Collaborative

Orchards throughout Central Oregon INCahootsHeirloomApples@gmail.com facebook @ In-Cahoots-Heirloom-AppleCollaborative Visits by appt. only please “In Cahoots” heirloom apple orchard collaborative includes orchards located throughout Central Oregon.  We have a variety of heritage and rare heirloom apples. You may be Interested in: local apples used to make cider, craft beer, graf, apple brandy, mixed fermentation beverages.

Zanne & David Sheets Grizzly (541) 639-5156 grizzlymtnecoranch@gmail.com Open year-round, contact for appt.

A small, off-grid farm/ranch raising chickens, goats and llamas. Seasonal produce, free-range eggs, and llama fleece and yarn. Our animals and produce flourish on our sustainable practices. You may be interested in: taking a farm/ranch tour or staying overnight in our guest accommodations.

HolmesStead Ranch

Michael Holmes 24075 East Hwy. 20, Bend (541) 322-6992 holmessteadranch@gmail.com holmessteadranch.com Mon-Fri, after 5pm; Sat-Sun, all day We are a small family-run farm 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.

100% WAGYU BEEF FOR SALE LOCALLY & SUSTAINABLY RAISED

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Just 1 Acre

Connie Close 2587 N Main St., Prineville (541) 292-0793 lcclose@msn.com just1acre.com Seasonally, Wed-Sat, 10am-4pm and by appt. Seasonal goat milk and free-range eggs. Goat milk soaps, lotions, body butters and more. Visit our farm store! You may be interested in: farm tours.

Maragas Winery

Novicky’s Farm

Maragas Winery pioneered traditional European wine grape growing in Central Oregon. With winemaking accolades from New York to San Francisco, visit us just 25 miles north of Bend to taste our wines and tour our winery. You may be interested in: joining our Wine Club to enjoy wine dinners and special pricing on our selection.

Tomatoes! Heirloom, Beefsteak and SunGold varities. Seasonal produce, Big Dena tomatoes, Cherokee Purple Heirloom tomatoes, Heirloom Berkeley Tie Dye tomatoes, Estovina SunGold tomatoes, Basil, Heirloom Novicky onion, and more veggies! Free Hugs. You may be interested in: harvesting tomatoes with us, touring and learning about the farm.

Doug Maragas 15523 SW Hwy. 97, Culver (541) 546-5464 info@maragaswinery.com maragaswinery.com Open daily in season, 11am-5pm; closed Tuesdays out of season

Justin Novicky 20000 Marsh Rd., Bend (541) 419-1865 justin@novickysfarm.com novickysfarm.com Stand and farm open Jun-Nov, Mon-Sun, 10am-7pm; please call first

Mecca Grade Estate Malt

9619 NW Columbia Dr., Madras Seth Klann (541) 526-8152 malt@meccagrade.com meccagrade.com Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm; Private tours & 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. You may be Interested in: remarkable malt, visiting our innovative malting facility, and learning about excellence in water efficiency.

Lark Gardens and Ranch 541-430-5073 larkranchrandr@gmail.com Facebook @ larkgardens

We are a small family farm that produces vegetables, hay and beef. You may be interested in: naturally and humanely raised beef.

Mahonia Gardens

Benji Nagel and Carys Wilkins Sisters (541) 420-8684 mahoniagardens@gmail.com mahoniagardens.com Sisters Farmers Market, Northwest Crossing Farmers Market Mahonia Gardens is an intensive, ecological mini-farm in Sisters, Oregon. We specialize in high quality vegetables for market and CSA. Our focus on biodiversity and healthy soil helps us grow vibrant, nutritious produce without using any chemicals. You may be interested in: visiting us at the farmers market or joining our CSA.

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Millican Valley Beef Inc

Melissa Magee 21085 Knott Rd., Bend (541) 390-8831 mdavis@bendbroadband.com millicanvalleybeef.com Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm; Sat, 9am-4pm Farm Certified: USDA Good Agricultural Practices (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: healthy beef options for your family or purchasing beef for your restaurant.

RAINSHADOW ORGANICS

Paradise Produce

Terri Buck 6651 N Adams Dr., Madras (541) 350-0468 ltfourbucks@msn.com facebook @ Paradise Produce Store open daily May-Oct, 7am-7pm For plants or starts, Tue-Sat 10am-5pm or by appt. May-Jun 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 raw honey, vegetable starts and bedding flowers. You can also find us at the Madras Saturday Market. You may be interested in: a CSA membership, finding us at farmers markets or farm tours by appt

Piggyback Ranch

Greg & Hilary Smith Bend (541) 480-7467 info@piggybackranch.com piggybackranch.com Visit by appt. We offer top quality pasture raised heritage pork, chicken and beef. Our pastures are all pesticide free and naturally fertilized. No use of antibiotics or growth hormones. You may be interested in: grass-fed meat, heritage pork, chicken, beef.

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Value-Added Products

Community Supported Agriculture

Farmers’ Market

Farm visits and Purchases

Quarters, Halfs and Whole Meats

Herd Share


Pine Mountain Ranch

Loretta Spahmer 23585 East Hwy. 20, Bend (541) 312-0185 info@pmrbuffalo.com pmrbuffalo.com Fri, 11am-3pm; other times by appt. We are a sustainable grass pastured livestock ranch raising buffalo, yak, and beef. We source rocky mountain elk from local ranches. You may be interested in: grass-fed meat

Plainview Gardens, LLC

Gayle Hoagland 18344 Fryrear Ranch Rd., Bend (541) 410-2026 plainviewgardens@aol.com plainviewgardens.com By appt. Located between Bend and Sisters and on the web; flower and vegetable starts and plants. All are grown using no neonicontinoids or insecticides. You may be interested in: quality plants for your garden or yard.

Plant It Earth

Kevin McBride 20828 NW Vaughn Rd., Terrebonne (541) 420-0906 mcbridekev33@yahoo.com Visit us at the Northwest Crossing Farmers Market for seasonal produce with many heirloom varieties. You may be interested in: fresh vegetables PHOTO BY LAURA MOSS

Prineville Lavender

Kristi Hiaasen 483 NE Short Ln., Prineville (541) 447-6217 prinevillelavender@gmail.com 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, and meditation labyrinth

DID YOU KNOW

Rainshadow Organics

Sarahlee Lawrence 71290 Holmes Rd., Sisters (541) 279-0841 sarahlee.lawrence@gmail.com rainshadoworganics.com Farm store open Jun-Oct, Tue-Sat, 10am5pm; Nov-May, Sat, 11am-3pm Farm Certified: USDA Certified Organic Year-round organic produce, heirloom grains, heritage meats, preserved goods from farm ingredients, and honey. You may be interested in: visiting our farm store or joining us for an unforgetable long-table dinner.

BUYING LOCALLY GROWN AND RAISED FOOD HAS A MAJOR IMPACT ON OUR CENTRAL OREGON ECONOMY.

BREAKFAST, LUNCH, AND DINNER

Internationally known. Locally grown.

ALSO BRUNCH. AND LUNNER. AND COFFEE AND BREAD AND BEER.

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Scronce Farm

Sweet Posy

Karl Scronce 21800 Paloma Dr., Bend (541) 281-2053 karl.scronce@gmail.com By appt. Seasonal produce, strawberries, raspberries, beef, and eggs. You may be interested in: our small operation.

Seed to Table Farm

DOME GROWN PRODUCE

Audrey Tehan 998 E. Black Butte Ave., Sisters (541) 480-9039 audrey@seedtotableoregon.org seedtotableoregon.org Please call to come and volunteer

Remuda Ranch

Nancy Klatt 14449 SW Hwy. 97, Culver (541) 546-6778 jnremuda@gmail.com facebook @ Remuda Ranch Year-round, Mon-Sun, 8am-8pm Raising grass fed Piedmontese and Piedmontese cross cattle, without hormones, implants or antibiotics. Offering bulls, calves and breeding stock. Also selling pre-ordered, premium locker beef for sale by the 1/4 or 1/2 seasonally in October each year. You may be interested in: buying premium, grass-fed beef that is naturally lean and tender.

Seed to Table Oregon is a non profit education farm; we host nearly 1,500 students on the farm and grow 20,000 pounds of produce which we distribute through CSAs, food banks and wholesale accounts. We would love to have your family out to the farm! You may be interested in: high quality fresh vegetables, family events, volunteer, education programs, and fall harvest dinner.

Jennifer Ladd Bend (541) 312-9766 sweetposyfloral@gmail.com sweetposyfloral.com Visit website for updates Specialty cut heirloom flower farm specializing in floral subscriptions, mixed bouquets at Whole Foods, weddings and workshops. You may be interested in: our floral subscription, posies and mixed bouquets at Whole Foods and Market of Choice, workshops.

T Bone Hay and Cattle

Marilyn Kasch Culver (541) 771-9445 tbonehayandcattle@yahoo.com Call for availability and pick up times We raise natural grass-fed Anges Beef that are born, raised and grazed here on our ranch in Culver and available on a 1/2 or 1/4 order basis. We also have eggs from free-range chickens. Meat processed in USDA Certified Facility. You may be interested in: home grown, antibioticfree, grass-fed locker beef, and eggs from free-range chickens.

Rickety Bridge Ranch

Cuyla Dudley 5680 SW Quarry Ave., Redmond (541) 280-1505 ricketybrranch@gmail.com ricketybridgeranch.com By appt.

Tender Greens

Grass-fed, pasture-raised beef without hormones or antibiotics. Piedmontese and Angus-cross. You may be interested in: shoping at the farmers market, direct online orders, or purchasing beef for your restaurant.

Tender Greens is a local microgreen and edible flower grower and distributer. Using sustainable and environmentally friendly farming practices, TG is dedicated to growing the highest quality nutrition-packed and visually stunning microgreens. You may be interested in: microgreens for your home or restaurant.

Rooper Ranch

Jessica Wilkinson Bend (541) 280-7223 jeswilkinson82@gmail.com Jan-Dec, Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm

BLUESTONE NATURAL FARMS

Amy Hensley 1150 NE Yucca Ave., Redmond (541) 815-7334 rooperranch@gmail.com rooperranch.com Apr-Nov, Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm; check website for event information Seasonal vegetables, grass-fed beef, free-range eggs, herbs, flowers. You may be interested in: purchasing a CSA, visiting the farmers market, or purchasing for restaurants.

Splitting Aces Livestock

Jenna Pike Sisters (520) 275-0260 splittingaceslivestock@gmail.com aceslivestock.com Always open Local, 100% grass-fed beef, no antibiotics, no hormones, and pasture-raised. You may be interested in: ordering our products online. MAHONIA GARDENS

Veggies /Fruit

Eggs

Meat Or Poultry

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Dairy

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Value-Added Products

Community Supported Agriculture

Farmers’ Market

Farm visits and Purchases

Quarters, Halfs and Whole Meats

Herd Share


Thomas Orchards

Jeff Thomas Hwy. 402, Kimberly (541) 934-2870 facebook @ Thomas Orchards Seasonal fruit stand, mid Jun-Oct. open daily, 8am-6pm We grow a variety of fruits which includes cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines, plums, pears, and apples. With our fruit we also produce dried fruits, jams, spreads, syrups, and applesauce. All of our products along with other fresh produce is available at our fruit stand. Come and purchase the fruit we have picked and packed or you can come and pick your own!

Vaquero Valley Ranch and Cattle Co. Ron Miller Bend (541) 350-2520 vvrccbeef@gmail.com 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: meat in any amounts, processed by Oregon Beef Co.

Timber Creek Farm

BIllie Estridge 15333 NW O’Neil Hwy., Redmond (541) 480-1340 tcf@cbbmail.com Year-round, call to schedule a ranch visit, visit facebook page for updates Purchase TCF’s Columbia lamb year-round. TCF lamb is humanely grown in Crook County without the use of growth hormones or antibiotics and packed in a USDA Facility. Custom orders for whole and halves are available. You may be interested in: quality lamb

Variegated Gardens

Meri Wallace 5272 SW Quarry Ave., Redmond (541) 233-8753 meri@VariegatedGardens.com VariegatedGardens.com Call or stop by Mar-Dec for your herbal needs Variegated Gardens is a family owned herb nursery in Redmond. 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.

Tumalo Family Farm

Robert Camel Bend (541) 815-2477 lemacrb@gmail.com We do private sales by delivery only

AGRICULTURAL CONNECTIONS PHOTO BY: BROOKLYN WAGNER

Volcano Veggies, LLC

Jimmy Sbarra Bend (703) 966-9915 info@volcanoveggies.com volcanoveggies.com Volcano Veggies is available for purchase at most local grocery stores Farm Certified: USDA Certified Organic Volcano Veggies is a certified organic, indoor, vertical aquaponic farm growing delicious lettuce, basil, microgreens and more - all year-round. Find us in your favorite grocery store! You may be interested in: certified organic, ultra-local vegetables year round that taste sooo good!

White Diamond Ranch

Ann Snyder 9101 Wilson Ck Rd., Ashwood (541) 489-3239 annsnyder@rconnects.com facebook @ White Diamond Ranch Call ahead

Farm Certified: USDA Certified Organic Fresh ginger and turmeric generally available year-round. Cucumbers, some lipstick bell peppers and basil during winter and early spring. Custom growing available. You may be interested in: purchasing local fresh certified organic crops at unique times of year.

We sell lamb, goat of nearly all common cuts, and several varieties of sausage 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: delicious lamb. KATRINA VAN DIS NEIGHBORHOOD GARDEN

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Sundog Gardenworks, llc.

2018

AGRICULTURAL CONNECTIONS PHOTO BY: BROKLYN WAGNER

Windy Acres Dairy

Billie Johnson 3320 NW Stahancyk Ln., Prineville (541) 447-5389 windyacres26@gmail.com windyacresdairy.com Open by appt., 7 days a week

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Wine Down Ranch

Mary Beyer 6500 NE McKay Creek Rd., Prineville (503) 810-7003 winedownranch@gmail.com winedownranch.com Please call for appt. or visit our website for more info Pasture-raised, grass-fed beef, no antibiotics or hormones. Stress free life. Whole, halves, quarters and retail cuts. Seasoning blends. Firewood. Vegetables. You may be interested in: ranch or logging tours, CROP farmers market, or our farmstay.

Herbs, Seeds, Plants and Landscapes Central Oregon Seed Exchange (COSE) Spring Alaska Olson 1841 NE 3rd St., Bend (541) 647-9604 coseedexchange@gmail.com seedexchange.weebly.com Year-round, call to schedule a ranch visit, visit facebook page for updates Certified: USDA Intertribal Agricultural Council

COSE is a network dedicated to strengthening our farming and gardening community in Central Oregon by growing and farming local/healthy cold climate seed for Deschutes County residents.  We offer free and discounted seed to non-profits, schools and landowners

Instant Landscaping

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

Paradise Produce

6651 N Adams Dr., Madras (541) 350-0468 ltfourbucks@msn.com facebook @ Paradise Produce Store open daily, May-Oct, 7am-7pm; For plants or starts, Tue-Sat 10am-5pm or by appt. May-Jun 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 raw honey, vegetable starts and bedding flowers. You can also find us at the Madras Saturday Market. HOPE SPRINGS DAIRY

Eggs

Meat & Poultry

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We design and build water wise landscapes in Central Oregon from low maintenance native gardens to integrated food systems. We can help you create your personal oasis or customize outdoor living areas that inspire! With local ecology always in mind, we plant for resilience and foster abundance!

Your Garden Companion

Grade A Raw milk dairy since 2003 offering grassfed meats, eggs, veggies, and dairy products including cream and butter. Herd and farm shares available. New certified cheese production facility too! Farm tours and volunteers needed. 541-613-5239. You may be interested in: dairy products, touring our farm or volunteering with us

Veggies /Fruit

64955 Hwy. 20, Bend (541) 912-0496 sundoggardenworks.com Mon-Fri, 7am-5pm

Dairy

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Value-Added Products

Community Supported Agriculture

20841 Westview Dr., Bend (541) 480-6997 yourgardencompanion.com Consultations & tours by appt only, email preferred Maximize your productivity! We test and build soils, identify micro-climates and increase pollinator and beneficial insect habitats. Companion garden alongside us or let us do it all for you as we select native plants and edibles from bee-safe nurseries. Tour our half-acre permaculture demo garden.

DOME GROWN PRODUCE

Produce Stands Casad Family Farms

2595 NW Elm Ln., Madras (541) 815-6483 casadfamilyfarms2017@gmail.com casadfamilyfarms.com See website for farm stand hours and farmers markets we attend A family farm northwest of Madras, OR growing certified organic produce for farmers markets and local wholesale, flowers, hays, grains and seed crops. The farm also raises cattle and hogs, available seasonally. We practice biodynamic/permaculture/regenerative agriculture principals.

Freshfields Farm

19189 Dayton Rd., Bend (503) 970-9852 freshfieldsfarmbend@gmail.com freshfieldsfarmbend.com Farm stand opens mid-June, please check our website for hours We have pasture-fed, free-range eggs. Our vegetables, flowers and herbs are pesticide free. Our farm also has lodging. We have a CSA available from mid summer to early fall. Share of grass fed Angus beef is available too. Farmers’ Market

Farm visits and Purchases

Quarters, Halfs and Whole Meats

Herd Share


Bluestone Natural Farms

12555 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte (541) 610-4339 ondah56@gmail.com bluestonenaturalfarms.com Year-round, call to verify someone will be able to assist you Seasonal produce, herbs, plants, grass-fed beef, pork, goat meat and milk.

Meat Market

Cinder Butte Meat Co.

197 NW O’Neil Way, Redmond cinderbuttemeatco.com Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm; Sat, 8am-2pm Custom Butcher Shop. We cut and wrap your meat specifically for you. Retail meats include beef, pork, chicken, lamb and salmon. Our smokehouse produces bacon, summer sausage, jerky and pepperoni. Proudly processing high desert raised meats.

Eberhard’s Dairy Products

235 SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond (541) 548-5181 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.

Hope Springs Dairy

65795 Old Bend Redmond Hwy., Bend (541) 241-6183 info@hopespringsdairy.com hopespringsdairy.com Daily by appt. Raw milk herdshare from pasture raised cows.

Windy Acres Dairy

Billie Johnson 3320 NW Stahancyk Ln., Prineville (541) 447-5389 windyacres26@gmail.com windyacresdairy.com Open by appt., 7 days a week Grade A Raw milk dairy since 2003, meat, eggs, veggies, and dairy products available, herd and farm shares available. New certified cheese production facility too! Farm tours available and volunteers needed. Please call 541-613-5239.

Dairies

Bontà Natural Artisan Gelato

920 NW Bond St., Ste. 108, Bend (541) 598-6194 bontagelato.com Spring & Summer, Mon-Sun, 11am-10pm; Fall & Winter, Mon-Sun, 12pm-9pm Bontà is the Italian term for goodness and “goodness” is the base of our approach. Daily, we churn out small batch, creamy gelato using simple ingredients from Central Oregon and the Northwest. Proudly sourcing from: Eberhards Dairy, Tumalo Lavender, Oregon Spirit Distillers, Volcano Veggies, and Holm Made Toffee

Coffee, Tea and Baked Goods Companion Coffeehouse

1441 SW Chandler Ave., Ste. 106, Bend (541) 388-5007 companioncoffeehouse.com Mon-Fri, 7am-4pm; Sat & Sun, 8am-2pm; check website for seasonal hours! Just a little coffeehouse providing you with the best beans, treats and beats on the roundabout. Proudly sourcing from: Bad Wolf Bakery and Bistro, Megaphone Coffee Roasters, Birdseed Food Co, Sparrow Bakery, and Metolius Artisan Tea

555 NW Arizona Ave., Ste. 60, Bend (541) 213-2275 foxtailbakeshop.com Tue-Sun, 8am-4pm We focus on high quality and local ingredients in all our pastries and food. Each recipe is thoughtfully crafted to excite the palate and eye of each customer. We now offer a small breakfast and lunch menu with cocktails. Come by in June, Friday & Saturday evenings, for our late night Dessert Bar. Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Fields Farms, and Great American Egg

Lone Pine Coffee Roasters 845 Tin Pan Alley, Bend (541) 306-1010 lonepinecoffeeroasters.com Everyday, 7am-5pm

Local coffee roaster/retailer serving local baked goods, simple sandwiches, and various drinks and confections featuring local products. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Bonta Gelato, Foxtail Bakeshop, Great American Egg, and Jackson’s Corner

Buy direct from local farmers, ranchers and artisan food producers.

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BONTA NATURAL ARTISAN GELATO

Foxtail Bakeshop & Kitchen

Find and support your local farms and ranches by buying directly from the source. Sellers, we provide a free platform for you to sell direct. Food4All supports sustainable, healthy communities by making it easy to find and buy local food. Sign up at www.Food4All.com

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Specialty Foods Busy Izzy Foods

Prineville (510) 506-8737 busyizzyfoods.com See website for where to find me or purchase my products

Nancy P’s Bakery and Cafe 1054 NW Milwaukee Ave., Bend (541) 322-8778 nancyps.com Mon-Sat, 7am-3pm; Sun, 7am-2pm

Located on Bend’s westside east of Newport Market. Serving our community fresh sweets and savories, sandwiches made with our bakery bread, and great soups and salads since 2001. Proudly sourcing from: Volcano Veggies and Eberhard’s Dairy

PALATE: A Coffee Bar

643 NW Colorado Ave., Bend 541-321-8098 palatecoffeebar.com Daily, 6am-4pm At PALATE we offer a wide array of products from Oregon based businesses that focus on sourcing locally and responsibly. Proudly sourcing from: Eberhard’s, Humm Kombucha, Metolius Tea, Sparrow Bakery

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At Busy Izzy Foods, I recreate favorite foods so that they are lower in sugar, gluten-free, and foods that develop the gut microbiome. Currently I offer a granola that is 74% nuts and seeds with just 2g sugar per serving; it is downright delicious...borderline addictive. We prioritize local and source regionally from Bob’s Red Mill, Glory Bee and Hummingbird Wholesale. Proudly processing in Central Oregon.

Cinder Butte Meat Co.

197 NW O’Neil Way, Redmond cinderbuttemeatco.com Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm; Sat, 8am-2pm Custom Butcher Shop. We cut and wrap your meat specifically for you. Retail meats include beef, pork, chicken, lamb and salmon. Our smokehouse produces bacon, summer sausage, jerky and pepperoni. Proudly processing high desert raised meats.

Food for the Sole

212 NE Revere Ave., Bend (541) 728-3726 foodforthesole.co For locals: pick up your order at the kitchen to save shipping. Food for the Sole creates dehydrated packaged meals for outdoor (or even indoor) adventuring. Our meals are vegetarian, healthy, lightweight, and can go anywhere with you. Make the food you eat part of your adventure! Purchase Food for the Sole meals at our website. Proudly processing in Central Oregon.

Holm Made Toffee Co.

(541) 610-3173 holmmadetoffee.com Online, local retailers, and farmers markets (physical address by appt.) 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. New this year we will also be roasting whole hazelnuts in a handful of flavors for the markets. Visit our website or find us at local farmers markets. Proudly processing in Central Oregon and sourcing from: Tumalo Lavender, Central Oregon Locavore, Bend Farmers Market, Sisters Farmers Market, NWX Farmers Market.

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Food Carts

Restaurants

64767 Cook Ave., Bend (303) 736-3609 boonedogpizza.com Fri-Mon

1289 NE 2nd St., #2, Bend (542) 241-2721 123ramenbend.com Winter, Wed-Mon, 11am-8pm; check google for seasonal changes in hours!

Boone Dog Pizza, LLC

HOLMMADE TOFFEE PHOTO BY: AMANDA PHOTOGRAPHIC

Josie’s Best Gluten Free Mixes

(541) 390-1082 josiesbestgf@gmail.com Local deliveries available; please visit website for market availability Gluten Free Dry Mixes for home or restaurant use. GF Pancake, GF Waffle, GF Crepe available. Gluten Free Foods and Baking Mixes are all soy free, dairy free, nut free, and gluten free. Proudly processing in Central Oregon at Prep Commercial Kitchen.

Local Culture

212 NE Revere Ave., Bend (541) 335-1306 localculturekrauts.com By appt. only; follow us on web/social media for current events & specials At Local Culture we are committed to cultivating live foods for living well. To support our thriving communities, we ferment quality ingredients from locally sourced agriculture. Loaded with cultured macrobiotics, our krauts will make both your belly and palate smile. Proudly processing in Central Oregon and sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Mahonia Gardens, and Tumalo Fish and Vegetable.

Seahorse Chocolate

35 NW Bond St., Bend (541) 480-8391 seahorsechocolate.com Mon-Thu, 12pm-5pm or call for an appt. at the roastery Seahorse Chocolate is a single origin cocoa roaster and chocolate maker. We source cocoa from thoughtful farmers around the globe. We then roast, crack, winnow, stone grind and hand pour right here in Bend. Just two simple ingredients create wildly different flavor profiles. Taste and enjoy! Proudly processing in Central Oregon.

Southwest Salsa

Zuni Rd., Bend (541) 678-5752 SouthwestSalsaCo.com Mon-Sat, 9am-6pm; see our 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.

We are an artisan mobile pizzeria, dedicated to serving food from our local community farms. As much of our food comes from Oregon as possible, including grain for our pizza dough. We strive to serve our patrons with the best quality food at the most affordable prices possible. Proudly sourcing from: Rainshadow Organics, Seed To Table, Mahonia Gardens, Casad Family Farms, Fields Farm

Dump City Dumplings

Food Cart: Corner of Bond and Oregon, Downtown Bend NEW brick and mortor location: 384 SW Upper Terrace Dr., Bend (440) 897-9185 facebook @ DumpCityDumplings Food Cart: Fri & Sat, 10pm-2am; check our Facebook page!

123 Ramen

Cascadian-style ramen, celebrating the bounty of Central Oregon’s agricultural resources! Our food is made by hand, and is as nourishing as is it delicious, including bone broth, fermented veggies, and pasture-raised meat and eggs. Nourishing vegan and gluten-free options too! We proudly source all of our animal products and as much produce as possible from the hearty ranchers and farmers of the High Desert. Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, DD Ranch, Cascade Canyon Ranch, Fields Farm, White Diamond Ranch, Rainshadow Organics, and Casad Family Farm

Dump City Dumplings provides the best steamed bun dumplings you are likely to find anywhere. We handmake every beautiful dumpling with sustainably sourced, and local ingredients. Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farms, and Fields Farm

EMW, LLC

948 NE Quimby Ave., Bend (503) 853-4482 EMWfusion.com Check our website or social media for operating hours Our food truck EMW/ EastMeetsWest offers Korean Fusion street food using local grass fed beef, local free range pork, and local produce. Everything on our menu is made from scratch and made to order. We believe good quality fresh ingredients make the best food. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, DD Ranch, and Home Farm Foods

SCOUTPOST

310 Industrial Way, Bend scoutbend.com Check website for hours, closed Tuesday Brunch and lunch. Scratch made American food.

123 RAMEN PHOTO BY: AMANDA PHOTOGRAPHIC

900 Wall

900 NW Wall St., Bend (541) 323-6295 900wall.com Sun-Thu, 3pm-9pm; Fri & Sat, 3pm-10pm 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: Agricultural Connections, Casad Farmily Farms and Imperial Stock Ranch

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

With seasonal specials rotating daily, come enjoy our creative comfort brunch foods! We source our coffee and tea locally with serious intention and our craft breakfast cocktails are awarded as some of the best in Bend! Proudly sourcing from: Home Farm Foods and Lone Pine Coffee Roasters

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Bethlyn’s Global Fusion

Broken Top Bottle Shop

Deschutes Brewery

At Global Fusion we offer local ingredients in our daily specials with produce from local farmers. Watch for our expansion to include more tables, a full bar and an outside patio. See our specials on Facebook. Proudly sourcing from: Millican Valley Beef

We’ve got something for everyone! Amazing eats! 12 Rotating Taps! Hundreds of bottled and canned brews! Our menu includes local foods, house-smoked meats, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options! Plus we have a rotating 12-tap selection of beer, cider and mead plus 400 more bottles in the cooler. Proudly sourcing from: DD Ranch and Central Oregon Ostrich

At Deschutes Brewery we offer local ingredients in our daily specials and buy produce from local farms. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Barley Beef, Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farm, and Fields Farm and Tendrer Greens.

1075 NW Newport Ave., Bend (541) 617-0513 bethlynsglobalfusion.com Sun-Thu, 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-11pm

Brasada Ranch

16986 Brasada Ranch Rd., Powell Butte (541) 604-0847 brasada.com Open year-round

1740 NW Pence Ln., Ste. 1, Bend (541) 728-0703 btbsbend.com Open daily, 11am-10pm

901 SW Simpson Ave., Bend (541) 385-8606 deschutesbrewery.com Sun-Thu, 11am-10pm; Fri & Sat, 11am-11pm

Brasada is nestled into the mountains overlooking Bend where you will find luxurious suites and cabins, a championship golf course, Spa Brasada, and farm-totable 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: Boundless Farmstead, Sweet Posy Floral, and Windflower Farm

Dump City Dumplings

Food Cart: Corner of Bond and Oregon, Downtown Bend NEW brick and mortor location: 384 SW Upper Terrace Dr., Bend (440) 897-9185 facebook @ DumpCityDumplings Dump City Dumplings provides the best steamed bun dumplings you are likely to find anywhere. We hand-make every beautiful dumpling with sustainably sourced, and local ingredients. Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farm, and Fields Farm

JOSIES BEST GLUTEN FREE PHOTO BY: KATE METZNEK

DID YOU KNOW

LAST YEAR HDFFA GLEANED OVER 16,000 POUNDS OF FRESH FOOD FROM LOCAL FARMS FOR THE FOOD BANK.

Caleb Stoddart, CPA 118 NW Newport Ave #300, Bend bendaccounting.com

Thank you local farmers and backyard gardeners for your support of Our Health.

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Jackson’s Corner

Spork

A local food driven restaurant focusing on from scratch’ cooking including hand-made pasta, pizza and bread. Open breakfast, lunch, and dinner 7 days a week. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Boundless Farmstead, Bonta Gelato, Foxtail Bakeshop, Imperial Stock Ranch, Rainshadow Organics and more!

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: Rainshadow Organics, and Casad Family Farms

WEST:845 NW Delaware Ave., Ste. 103, Bend EAST: 1500 NE Cushing Dr., Ste 100 Bend (541) 647-2198 jacksonscornerbend.com Open daily, 7am-10pm

Ochoco Brewing Company

380 N Main St., Prineville (541) 233-0883 ochocobrewing.com Mon-Thu, 11:30am-9pm; Fri-Sun, 7am-9pm At Ochoco Brewing Company in Prineville we offer handcrafted beer from our very own brewery along with a menu featuring local beef, breads, dairy products, and seasonal vegetables. Proudly sourcing from: Timber Creek Farm, Prineville Beef Company, 97 Ranch, and Granny Fay’s Baker

937 NW Newport Ave., #120, Bend (541) 390-0946 sporkbend.com Sun-Thu, 11am-9pm; Fri & Sat, 11am-10pm

BLUESTONE NATURAL FARMS

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

At Rockin Dave’s we love local! We serve locally made chai, kombucha, micro brews, and spirits. Our pork and chicken are all natural and raised in the Northwest. Seasonally we source a significant amount of produce from Central Oregon farmers. Come taste the difference! Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Great American Egg, and Tender Greens

DID YOU KNOW

Sunny Yoga Kitchen

2748 NW Crossing Dr., Ste. 120, Bend (541) 678-3139 sunnyyogakitchen.com Mon-Fri, 11am-3pm; Sat, 10am-2pm 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, Mahonia Gardens, and Rainshadow Organics

MOST SPINACH LOSES 50-90% OF ITS VITAMIN C JUST 24 HOURS AFTER BEING HARVESTED.

CULTIVATE EDUCATE CELEBRATE

Indoor Farmers Market featuring organic produce, grassfed meat, cage free eggs, raw milk cheese, organic bulk section & hundreds more locally produced items. A non-profit supporting local food and local farmers since 2009 We accept SNAP vouchers `

HOURS Tues-Fri: 10-6 | Sat & Sun: 10-4 1841 NE 3rd St, Bend, OR 97701 Conviently located on 3rd & Revere, across from Wagner Mall

Become a member and save!

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Sunriver Brewing Company

56840 Venture Ln., Sunriver 1005NW Galveston Ave., Bend (541) 306-5188 sunriverbrewingcompany.com Sun-Thu, 11am-10pm; Fri & Sat, 11am-11pm We make every effort to source locally and regionally and to offer natural, healthy ingredients because we care about our community and our customers. Sunriver Brewing has a location in the Sunriver Village and in Bend on Galveston Avenue. Proudly sourcing from: Barley Beef and Imperial Stock Ranch

Wine, Brew, Spirits, and Kombucha Ochoco Brewing Company

380 N Main St., Prineville (541) 233-0883 ochocobrewing.com Mon-Thu, 11:30am-9pm; Fri-Sun, 7am-9pm At Ochoco Brewing Company in Prineville we offer handcrafted beer from our very own brewery along with a menu featuring local beef, breads, dairy products, and seasonal vegetables. Proudly sourcing from: Timber Creek Farm, Prineville Beef Company, 97 Ranch, and Granny Fay’s Baker

Deschutes Brewery

901 SW Simpson Ave., Bend (541) 385-8606 deschutesbrewery.com Sun-Thu, 11am-10pm; Fri & Sat, 11am-11pm At Deschutes Brewery we offer local ingredients in our daily specials and buy produce from local farms including: Barley Beef, Tender Greens, Rainshadow Organics, Casad Family Farms and Fields Farm. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Barley Beef, Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farm, Fields Farm, and Tender Greens WORTHY BREWING

Worthy Brewing

495 NE Bellevue Dr., Bend (541) 647-6970 worthybrewing.com Sun-Thu, 11:30am-9pm; Fri & Sat; 11:30am10pm 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 on-site garden and greenhouse. The campus also includes a hop yard with 22 varieties, including experimental breeds from OSU and Indie Hops. Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead and hops from our own hop yard!

Humm Kombucha

1125 NE 2nd St., Bend (541) 306-6329 humm.com Taproom: Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm

HUMM KOMBUCHA

Maragas Winery

15523 SW Hwy. 97, Culver (541) 546-5464 maragaswinery.com Open daily in season, 11am-5pm; closed Tuesdays out of season Maragas Winery pioneered traditional European wine grape growing in Central Oregon. With winemaking accolades from New York to San Francisco, visit us just 25 miles north of Bend to taste our wines and tour our winery. Join our Wine Club. Proudly growing and processing in Central Oregon.

Mecca Grade Estate Malt

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 vitamins, beneficial bacteria, amino acids, and antioxidants. Humm created the world’s first kombucha taproom in 2013. Come by to fill a growler, taste test our latest concoction, mix and match your favorite flavors and check out all of the cool Humm gear we have available. Proudly processing in Central Oregon.

9619 NW Columbia Dr., Madras (541) 526-8152 malt@meccagrade.com 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 growing and processing in Central Oregon

CSA Shares

Sisters Farmers Market Friday’s 2-5:30pm

Bend’s NW Crossing Farmers Market Saturday’s 10-2pm

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Worthy Brewing

Central Oregon Locavore

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 on-site garden and greenhouse. The campus also includes a hop yard with 22 varieties, including experimental breeds from OSU and Indie Hops. Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead and hops from our own hop yard!

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 farmers and ranchers. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Boundless Farmstead, Fields Farm, Mahonia Gardens, Rickety Bridge Ranch, Vaquero Valley Ranch and many more!

495 NE Bellevue Dr., Bend (541) 647-6970 worthybrewing.com Sun-Thu, 11:30am-9pm; Fri & Sat; 11:30am10pm

1841 NE 3rd St. ,Bend (541) 633-7388 centraloregonlocavore.org Tue-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat & Sun, 10am-4pm; closed Mon

CASAD FAMILY FARMS PHOTO BY: AMANDA SMITH

Grocers & Distributors Agricultural Connections

1470 NE 1st St., #150, Bend (541) 903-2502 agriculturalconnections.com Order Mon by 9am, delivery Wed; additional commercial deliveries Mon & Fri

DESCHUTES BREWERY

AC brings sustainable food to kitchens of all sizes. We sling farm-fresh, harvested-to-order food from over 40 Central Oregon and Oregon producers year-round. We supply homes, restaurants, food trucks, and grocery stores with the freshest, most authentically local, organic, and high quality products. Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farms, Field’s Farm, Home Farm Foods, Mahonia Gardens, and Rainshadow Organics

Newport Avenue Market 1121 NW Newport Ave., Bend (541) 382-3940 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 employeeowned specialty grocer that supports local producers and offers an expansive selection of high-quality, in-demand food and beverage items, including 500 varieties of craft beer. Proudly sourcing from: Volcano Veggies, Tender Greens, Humm Kombucha, HolmMade Toffee, and Sakari Botanicals

“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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Commercial Kitchen

Brasada Ranch

16986 Brasada Ranch Rd., Powell Butte (541) 604-0847 brasada.com Open year-round

Prep Bend

212 NE Revere Ave., Bend (541) 797-4459 prepbend.com 24 hours a day PREP is a shared multi-use certified commercial kitchen including standard stove stations, bakery, deli/cold prep area and resale packaging area, as well as freezer and refrigeration space, all available for rent by the hour. HDFFA Partners that use our facilities include Local Culture and Josies Best Gluten Free Mixes.

Brasada is nestled in the mountains overlooking Bend where you will find luxurious suites and cabins, a championship golf course, Spa Brasada, and farm-totable dining at the Ranch House Restaurant and Range Restaurant. Ride miles of soft trails, hike our 1,800 acres and take in legendary sunsets.

Wine Down Ranch

Mary Beyer 6500 NE McKay Creek Rd., Prineville (503) 810-7003 winedownranch@gmail.com winedownranch.com Please call for appt, visit our website for more info Enjoy a stay at Wine Down Ranch in either our rustic bunkhouse or cozy tiny home. Our family owned working ranch is the perfect place to unwind, taking in the fresh country air and beautiful scenery. Within an hour of Central Oregon’s must-see attractions.

Education and Nonprofit Partners A Greener World Terrebonne (541) 526-1119 agreenerworld.org

A Greener World (AGW) is home to North America’s leading and 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.

900 WALL

Friends of Family Farmers (FoFF)

Accomodations

249 Liberty NE, Ste. 212 Salem, OR 97301 (503) 581-7124 friendsoffamilyfarmers.org natalie@friendsoffamilyfarmers.org

Freshfields Farm

Donna Lemieux-Brehm 19189 Dayton Rd., Bend (503) 970-9852 freshfieldsfarmbend@gmail.com freshfieldsfarmbend.com Farm stand opens in mid-June, please check our website for hours We have pasture-fed, free-range eggs. Our vegetables, flowers and herbs are pesticide free. Our farm also has lodging. We have a CSA available from mid summer to early fall. Share of grass fed Angus beef is available too.

Friends of Family Farmers (FoFF) is a statewide non-profit providing a strong and united voice for Oregon’s independent family farmers. FoFF advocates for agriculture that respects the land, treats animals humanely, and sustains local communities. In addition to policy work, programs include the Oregon Pasture Network and Oregon Farm Link. Natalie Danielson recently joined FoFF’s team as Central Oregon organizer. WINE DOWN RANCH

A farm free of cages, steroids, antibiotics and judgment. Free yourself and eat this delicious happy meat! CHICKEN • BEEF • PORK DUCK • TURKEY

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Sliding Scale Acupuncture: $20-$50 Yoga, Meditation, Qigong and more… 155 SW Century Drive, Bend, OR 97702 www.bendcommunityhealing.com 541-322-9642


OSU Extension Deschutes County

3893 SE Airport Way, Redmond (541) 548-6088 extension.oregonstate.edu/deschutes Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm The Oregon State University (OSU) 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, homes, and communities. Extension programs include Agriculture and Natural Resources, 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

Central Oregon Locavore

1841 NE 3rd St., Bend (541) 633-7388 centraloregonlocavore.org Tue-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat & Sun, 10am-4pm; closed Mon 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.

FOUR ACRE FARM

Rogue Farm Corps (541) 951-5105 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 audrey@seedtotableoregon.org seedtotableoregon.org Please call to visit and volunteer, CSA orders available online

AGRICULTURAL CONNECTIONS PHOTO BY: BROOKLYN WAGNER

Seed to Table Oregon is a non profit education farm; we host nearly 1,500 students on the farm and grow 20,000 pounds of produce which we distribute through CSAs, food bank donations and wholesale accounts. We would love to have your family out to the farm!

GRASS-FINISHED, PASTURED MEAT CSA BEEF - LAMB - PORK - CHICKEN - EGGS

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Show off the fruits of your labor and cultivate interest about home-grown goodness in 250,000 community folks. It’s easy to enter! Go to: expo.deschutes.org/PremiumBook or call 541.548.2711


LABELS YOU CAN TRUST

Home of North America’s Leading Food Labels

Find certified farms and products at agreenerworld.org

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LOCAL FOOD MATTERS HDFFA is founded on the BELIEF that local food should be accessible to everyone, and that our food connects us to each other. We TRUST that the farmers and ranchers who grow our food and care for the land and animals do so with dignity and respect, and in a way that nourishes our community. We SUPPORT the entrepreneurs whose craft is to make a product that reflects their values and contributes to our High Desert economy. We RECOGNIZE the chefs who prioritize local ingredients in their meals, and those who strive to make sourcing local a common practice.

We are a non-profit serving Central Oregon. Join us in supporting family farms, improving food security, and connecting our community. Photo courtesy of Double F Ranch

We ASPIRE to improve the demand for and appreciation of local food, and to cherish every moment when food tastes better simply because it is local.

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2018 HDFFA Food & Farm Directory  

Please enjoy this free comprehensive guide to Central Oregon food. The 2018 Directory is full of information to connect YOU with food that...

2018 HDFFA Food & Farm Directory  

Please enjoy this free comprehensive guide to Central Oregon food. The 2018 Directory is full of information to connect YOU with food that...

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