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2019 HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM DIRECTORY YOUR FREE GUIDE TO

Grown, Raised, and Crafted FOODS


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HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM ALLIANCE

A letter from our Executive Director

I grew up on a cherry farm in Eastern Oregon doing what many farm kids do: pick up rocks, plant trees, move irrigation, chop firewood, plant a garden - the list goes on. As a teenager, I sold cherries on the side of the road to tourists, ladies who loved canning, grocery stores, and regulars who came to visit our family farm stand every year. I learned that people value food from local farms. I also learned the value of friendship and trust with the families who traveled two weeks of every year to pick cherries in July. With these families I shared authentic Mexican food and music and developed a strong sense of justice. I realized that it takes a community of people to grow, harvest, process, distribute, buy, and make our food. Food connects us to each other. Food nourishes our souls, food is necessary to live, and food access is the keystone to our lives. I cofounded the High Desert Food & Farm Alliance because I believe that everyone deserves access to good food from local farms, ranches and food businesses.

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Let’s grow our community, together.

Your guide to local food and farms. In our 8th annual directory you’ll find 100+ High Desert Food & Farm Alliance (HDFFA) Partners, from farms and ranches to specialty food producers, farmers markets and restaurants.

HDFFA Staff pictured left to right: Carrie Mack, Hannah Brzozowski, Jess Weiland, Laurie Wayne, Meiko Lunetta, Katrina Van Dis

We produce the Food & Farm Directory as a FREE community resource and guide to our regional local eating.

HUNGRY FOR MORE? THIS DIRECTORY IS AVAILABLE ONLINE AT HDFFA.ORG CLICK “FIND LOCAL FOOD” | hdffa.org | info@hdffa.org | 541-390-3572

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HDFFA thanks the following Sponsors for their generous support!

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THANK YOU HDFFA VOLUNTEERS AND RETIRED BOARD MEMBERS CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS: Laura Moss (board chair), Carly Sanders (secretary), Jane Sabin-Davis (treasurer), Megan French, Jeffrey Haney, Juli Huddleston, Laura Pennavaria, Clare Sullivan RETIRED BOARD MEMBERS: Becca Burda, Chelsie Carter, Brian Kerr, Zanne Sheets, Kelsie Skinner Thank you to our 155 HDFFA Volunteers for contributing over 2,510 hours to our programs. Please see a list of volunteers at www.hdffa.org.

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Whats Inside:

Agricultural Support Chart ................................. Local Food Chart ................................................ Ways To Get Involved Chart ............................... Agricultural Support ........................................... Cooking Classes / VeggieRX .............................. Grow & Give ....................................................... Local Food Superstars ........................................ Seasonal Harvest Chart ...................................... Local Food Pledge ............................................. Farm & Ranch Coupons ...................................... Business Coupons .............................................. Farms & Ranches At A Glance ............................ Farmers & Ranchers ............................................ Farmers Markets ................................................. Herbs, Seeds, Plants, Landscapes ...................... Dairies ................................................................. Coffee, Tea & Baked Goods ............................... Specialty Foods .................................................. Food Trucks ........................................................ Restaurants ......................................................... Distributor .......................................................... Groceries ............................................................ Meat Market ....................................................... Wine, Brew & Spirits ........................................... Accomodations .................................................. Catering .............................................................. Nonprofit & Agricultural Support Partners .........

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SPECIALTY FOODS & BREWS

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HOLM MADE TOFFEE

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RESTAURANTS & FOOD TRUCKS

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WAYS TO

Get Involved WITH THE

I sell my grown, raised or made food locally

Farmer or Rancher

Visit hdffa.org for Grants, Workshops Networking events Donate food

Co-promote

Chef or food business entrepreneur

Find local food producers

Visit hdffa.org Click on the Resources tab to find promotional ideas: Farmer Profiles, Directory and Partner Logo, Farmer Chef Mixers, & Regional Marketing Campaign

Visit hdffa.org Click the Resources tab to find Farmer Profiles, and other promotional ideas

See page 11 for more about HDFFA’s Agricultural Support program

123RF Stock Photo

Buy direct from local farmers, ranchers and artisan food producers. 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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Printing •Graphic Design •Mailing •Promotional Products •Packaging

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HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM ALLIANCE I eat local food (that’s you!)

At home

Buy a local ingredient from our High Desert farmers or ranchers for your recipes

Use this directory as your guide to local food. Visit hdffa.org and click the Find Local Food tab

Try dedicating 10% of your food budget to buying local

At restaurants

Ask your favorite eateries what ingredients are from the High Desert?

Look for the HDFFA logo to help identify businesses buying local

Tell restaurants and food businesses you saw them in our Food & Farm Directory and thank them for buying local

See page 30 for Business Partner listings

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WAYS YOU CAN GET INVOLVED I’d like to participate

Find resources

Participate in HDFFA Food Access programs

Pledge $5 a month!

Donate! hdffa.org

Volunteer

Donate fresh food at the HDFFA booth located at Downtown Bend and NorthWest Crossing Farmers Markets!

There are many opportunities! Visit hdffa.org and click on the Get Involved tab

See page 12 for more info on these programs or sign up online at hdffa.org

Share stories and follow us on social media @ HDFFA #hdffa #tastecentraloregon #followthatfood

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HDFFA PROGRAM

AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT

Supporting our farmers, ranchers, and food businesses is at the heart of our mission. We work with these superheroes to implement projects that improve their ability to provide food to Central Oregonians. We co-promote our family farmers and ranchers and food businesses through this Directory. We also provide educational workshops, networking events, training opportunities, and infrastructure grants to improve the health of our

“Greenhouses are crucial to farming in our region and this grant allowed us to extend our growing season tremendously.� 2018 Season Extender Grant Recipient

Get Involved! Eat High Desert grown, raised, and made foods. Our Impact: Since 2014, we have awarded $15,000 in grants to

farmers to extend their growing season; established a Workplace CSA program to connect local businesses with farmers, bringing fresh food to the workplace; hosted educational workshops and events including Farmer Chef Mixers; and provided free marketing materials including profiles of our farm and ranch partners.

Amanda Photographic

Supporting Local Businesses with Delicious Imagery

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HDFFA PROGRAM

COOKING CLASSES

Since 2014, our free Cooking Matters courses have been a resource for families throughout Central Oregon. We provide opportunities for individuals to learn how to shop, prepare, and cook healthy meals on a budget. The goal of each six-week course is to empower individuals and their families to feel comfortable in the kitchen by expanding or learning cooking skills and tips for incorporating more fresh foods into their diet. This knowledge can mean the difference between feeding a family for one night and having the resources to cook for a lifetime. We partner with our amazing home cooks, professional chefs, and nutritionists who volunteer their time and expertise to lead these hands-on courses in seven different communities throughout Central Oregon. Cooking Matters is funded entirely through grants and donations.

“I have much more confidence and joy cooking in the kitchen. Cooking is finally fun!” - 2018 Redmond Graduate

Get Involved! Volunteer as a chef, chef assistant, shopper,

or coordinator; or take a class by signing up online at hdffa.org/cooking-matters

Our Impact: Since 2014, HDFFA has taught 36 six-week cooking courses impacting over 1,300 people in Central Oregon, thanks to more than 1,080 volunteer hours.

HDFFA PROGRAM

VEGGIERx

In 2018, we initiated the first fresh food prescription program in Central Oregon for individuals experiencing food insecurity and type II diabetes and/or heart disease, both of which can be improved through diet. The goal of VeggieRx is to increase the consumption of fresh vegetables and fruits and improve healthy eating habits, while also supporting our local farmers. We believe that healthy food choices need to be accessible and affordable to everyone. In partnership with health care providers, regional farmers, farmers markets, and NeighborImpact, VeggieRx will continue in Bend and expand to Redmond and Prineville. This program is made possible through grants from the Central Oregon Health Council, Pacific Power Foundation, and donors like you!

“[VeggieRx] stretched me to cook things that were probably healthier, and that I wouldn’t have bought for myself. When I shop my funds are really limited. I feel better. I feel more confident.” - 2018 VeggieRX Participant

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VEGGIERx continued

Get Involved! Volunteer as a VeggieRx Market Assistant during the summer or become a participant by using our onlineeligibility tool at hdffa.org/veggierx

Our Impact: In 2018, each of the 90 VeggieRx participants received $185 of fresh

vegetables and fruits at the farmers market for eight weeks. This provided $12,000 of direct income for farmers and a total impact of $20,676 on our local food economy.

HDFFA PROGRAM

GROW & GIVE

This is the only fresh food donation program of its kind in Central Oregon, and it’s operated in conjunction with local farmers markets, area farmers, gardeners, and the NeighborImpact food bank. During the summer, we host booths at regional farmers markets where YOU can buy or donate food, and gardeners and farmers can donate excess fruits and vegetables. When you donate money, HDFFA buys product at retail prices directly from the farmers at the market each week. This both supports their business and provides fresh foods to those who may lack access to it. HDFFA also coordinates Glean Team volunteers to glean (harvest or pick) excess produce from farmers’ fields every spring through fall, providing the majority of the food that we donate. We collect between 10,00015,000 pounds for NeighborImpact who distributes to their 50+ partner agencies throughout Central Oregon.

“This program significantly increases the amount of fresh, healthy food at the regional food bank and hunger relief agencies. You can taste the difference between fresh carrots and canned carrots. I believe everyone deserves to have access to fresh produce, no matter what their income level is.” -Meiko Lunetta, Food Access Program Manager

Get Involved! Volunteer as an HDFFA Glean Team member, grow an extra row and donate produce, or donate money by visiting our booth at the downtown Bend and NW Crossing farmers markets. Looking to volunteer as a school or work group? Email meiko@hdffa.org.

Our Impact: Since 2014, HDFFA has donated over 46,000

pounds of fresh produce to NeighborImpact food bank and regional hunger relief agencies.

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LOCAL FOOD SUPERSTARS We would like to recognize the HDFFA partners going above and beyond with local food sourcing and contributions to your local food community. Our farmer and rancher partners voted for the following food businesses that purchase products regularly from their farms/ranches.

2019 Local Food Champions

GROCER Central Oregon Locavore Runner up: Newport Ave. Market

RESTAURANT Jackson’s Corner

Runners up: Deschutes Brewery and Foxtail Bakeshop

FOOD TRUCK Boone Dog Pizza

Runners up: Dump City Dumplings and El Sancho

SPECIALTY FOOD ITEMS Busy Izzy Foods Runner up: Southwest Salsa

THAT’S A BIG IMPACT! FOR EVERY $1 SPENT WITH A CENTRAL OREGON FARMER, 76¢ STAYS AND CIRCULATES IN OUR LOCAL ECONOMY VERSUS 28¢ FOR IMPORTED FOODS. When restaurants buy food from local farms, ranches and food processors, they keep dollars circulating in our local economy. When you patronize those restaurants you help expand the impact - think of it as a food system investment! Restaurants may feature seasonal items to take advantage of local food at its peak flavor, source 3-5 ingredients regularly or on specials, or feature local farmers and ranchers at events. Keep your local food dollars close to home - next time you dine out, look for the HDFFA Partner logo and consider asking your server how the restaurant supports local food!

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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. In 2018 HDFFA provided $8,500 to farmers for season extenders.

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At Deschutes Brewery, we take sustainability and deliciousness seriously. Thanks to our local farmers and producers, we serve some of the highest quality and most innovative food in the region. That is our commitment to our community. When the world’s best ingredients are grown right in your backyard, why go any farther?

Âť Visit us at the Deschutes Brewery

Bend Public House

1044 NW Bond St, Bend, OR 97703

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LOCAL FOOD PLEDGE

Who’s in this Guide?

The Food & Farm Directory is comprised of HDFFA Partners from farmers and ranchers to sauce makers, to restaurants and retail grocery stores. Together with our Partners, we strive to provide clear and accurate information about locally grown, raised and crafted foods and where to find them. In the spirit of transparency and information accuracy, all of partners agree to the following guidelines:

Farm Partners Pledge:

Food Business Pledge:

• Products sold primarily in Central Oregon.

• Products sold primarily in Central Oregon

• Business is owned by a Central Oregon

• Business is owned by a Central Oregon

resident.

resident.

• Mindful of conserving land and water and maintaining healthy soils, responsible and transparent use of chemicals, fertilizers, manure and other farm inputs.

• That their mission or business practices support a sustainable, regional food system. • If they process foods, their main processing center is in Central Oregon and if they are a

• Operate with humane and respectful treatment of animals

restaurant or other food business, they agree that they source raw products from Central Oregon producers.

Did You Know?

You can use Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) dollars at regional farmers markets. See page 30

More information on (SNAP) can be found at www.fns.usda.gov/snap Women Infants and Children (WIC) clinic locations and resources can be found at www.deschutes.org/health

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FARM AND RANCH PARTNER COUPONS Sungrounded Farm

Amy’s Lavender

10% off entire purchase for first time Farmer’s Market Customers

Buy a 15 ml Essential Oil, get a 4 oz Hydrosol free Expires Sept 30, 2019

Sakari Farms LLC

Golden Eagle Organics

Buy 2 get 1 free on Farm Products, Use Online Code: FARM

Pre-buy a whole lamb or goat in 2019 and get an additional 5% off hanging weight price

Rainshadow Organics Freshfields Farm

Spend $20 at our Farm Store and get another $5 worth of food. Limit 1 per customer

$1 off eggs during the month of July!

Freedom Rock Farms

Larkin Valley Ranch

Buy three packages of meat and receive your fourth free

Buy 10 lbs ground beef, receive 11th lb free Limit 1 per customer

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Bluestone Natural Farms Buy 5 pounds of pork sausage get one free. Limit 1 per customer. Expires December 31, 2019 or while supplies last

Gorilla Greens LLC New online delivery subscription customers in May get the 1st delivery order ($10-$25) FREE and No delivery fee. Mention this coupon in the reference box at the bottom of the online subscription form

Rickety Bridge Ranch

Dome Grown Produce

10lb Grass Fed Piedmontese Grill Box $99 Limit 1 per customer. Order direct from farm.

Buy one “Harvest Bucks” Card and receive $5 off a 2nd card Expires July 1, 2019

Mahonia Gardens

Volcano Veggies LLC

10% off total purchase at Sisters Farmers Market or NWX Farmers Market

$30 off 12 Week CSA Subscription

Pioneer Ranch Get 20% off any order of 75$ or more, or get 100$ off any bulk meat purchase

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FARMS & RANCHES


BUSINESS PARTNER COUPONS Boone Dog Pizza

Central Oregon Locavore Non Profit

Windy Acres Dairy Farm

Bonta Gelato

1 free gallon of milk with first visit to the farm., 1 per family

Buy one, get one sugar cone or 4 oz cup

Pili Hunters

Root Cellar

Save 10% off your first order with coupon code “theorginal”

Complimentary cup of bone broth with purchase

Rockin’ Dave’s Bistro & Backstage Lounge

Dump City Dumplings

Wild Oregon Foods

25% off first your first visit to Boone Dog Pizza

$5 off $25 purchase for new customers only

Madras Saturday Market $5.00 to use with any Vendor at the Market. Exp 09-14-2019

Blissful Spoon Purchase 2 bags of 12oz granola and get 10% off at Farmers Markets only Exp Oct 2019, 1 per customer

The Ale Apothecary 10% off purchases in our Tasting Room

$1 off anything in the restaurant

Busy Izzy Foods $3 off 1 Lb granola. Must present coupon.Good at Busy Izzy Foods online or at the farmers market

Buy One Entree, Get One Free, Backstage Lounge Only! Expires 9/30/2019

Cascade Cultures

15% off lunch or dinner Limit 1 per customer

$1off one item at any 2019 farmer’s market location Follow us on social media for current locations

Cascade Mountain Pastures

Josie’s Best Gluten Free Mixes

10% off your on-farm purchase of grass fed lamb. Expires 6/1/2019

20% off any product ordered through our website Expires 9/1/2019

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Amy’s Lavender Bluestone Natural Farm Boundless Farmstead Casad Family Farms Cascade Lavender

Central Oregon Ostrich Central Oregon Seed Exchange Central Oregon Veterans Ranch Central Oregon Wagyu Clover Canyon Farm Crooked River Bison Ranch Crown C Farms, LLC Crump Ranch DD Ranch, LLC Deschutes Gourmet Mushrooms Dome Grown Produce Double F Ranch Fields Farm Four Acre Farm Freedom Rock Farms Freshfields Farm Golden Eagle Organics Gorilla Greens, LLC HolmesStead Ranch Holy Cow Home Farm Foods Home, Hedge and Charm Hope Springs Dairy In Cahoots Heirloom Apple Collaborative L & S Farm & Garden

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FOOD & FARM DIRECTORY

Farmers & Ranchers 2 Sisters Ranch

Renee Bouma Tumalo (541) 797-3255 2SistersRanchWagyu@gmail.com 2sistersranch.com Instagram @2SistersRanch_Wagyu 100% Full Blood Wagyu Beef. We use sustainable grazing practices on our ranch in Tumalo. Our animals are grass-fed, raised with no hormones and no antibiotics (unless needed for health reasons). We are committed to maintaining a stress free, healthy environment for our herd. We use an Animal Welfare Approved Facility to maintain our commitment to gentle animal husbandry.

Bluestone Natural Farms

Cascade Lavender

Certification: USDA Good Agricultural Practices

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. We have around 4,000 lavender plants and over 100 different plant varieties. We sell fresh and dried lavender, lavender oil, sprays, lotions, soaps and more!

Michael & Onda Hueners 12555 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte (541) 610-4339 ondah56@gmail.com BluestoneNaturalFarms.com Variable hours, best to call ahead and verify someone will be availabe to assist you. We are a family run farm that thrives on educating the public about sustainable living. We welcome farm visits. We offer pork, beef, eggs, chicks, goat milk/soap, plants, vegetables, jams, relish, pickled beets, jewelry, quilts and crafts. We are also an event venue!

Cascade Mountain Pastures

Boundless Farmstead

4 Acre Farm

Agustin Olea 4508 SW Eureka Ln., Madras (541) 610-4403 agustin.olea65@gmail.com Facebook @FourAcreFarm Mon, Wed, Fri, 9am-5pm, or by appt. We grow vegetables using organic methods. Our water comes from Opal Springs, a community water supply that has won awards for the water quality and taste. We also have free range chickens for quality brown eggs.

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

Allen Yoder 1600 A Ave., Terrebonne (541) 410-7722 amyslavender1@gmail.com amyslavender.com Farm visits & sales: Jun-Sep, Mon & Fri, 3pm-6pm; Sat, 4:30pm-6:30pm See website for farmers market schedule We grow, produce, and sell lavender products, including essential oil, hydrosol, lavender soap, sachets, body butter, dried & fresh bouquets, lavender plants, and more, as well as tomato plants, tomatoes, and other vegetables. You can find our lavender products online at amyslavender.com.

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Karen Swaner 18130 Hwy 126, Sisters (541) 213-6406 karaneswaner@yahoo.com Facebook @CascadeMountainPastures Ranch visits and sales by appt. Grass-fed lamb raised without antibiotics available year round. Free range eggs, goat and beef available at the ranch.

Cathy’s Beaks and Snouts Casad Family Farms, LLC

Amy’s Lavender

Holly Pearson 5000 SW Feather Dr., Madras (541) 546-9390 cascadelavenderfarm@gmail.com cascadelavender.com Memorial Weekend-Mid August, Thu-Sat, 10am-5pm; Sun, 12pm-4pm; other times by appt. Closed July 4th.

Chris Casad & Cate Havstad 2595 NW Elm Ln., Madras (541) 815-6483 casadfamilyfarms2017@gmail.com casadfamilyfarms.com See website for hours and the farmers markets we attend. Farm Certified: USDA Certified Organic Family Farm growing USDA Certified Organic crops including potatoes, onions, beets, carrots, garlic, winter squash and corn. We also raise farmstead grass feed beef and hogs raised with hay and grains grown on farm.

Value-Added Products

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

CSA/ Herd Share

Cathy Fall 2663 NE Sunset View Ln., Prineville (541) 410-2594 cathyafall@gmail.com Facebook @cathysbeaksandsnouts Mon-Sun, 8am-5pm We raise Berkshire hogs, Broad Breasted Bronze turkeys, and grass-fed beef. Animals are free range with no antibiotics. We strive to let our birds and animals live their best life!

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Farm Visits & Purchases

OUR DIRECTORY OF LOCAL FARMS AND RANCHES


Central Oregon Wagyu

David and Roberta York 7500 SW Canal Blvd., Redmond (541) 280-7781 dyc@bendcable.com centraloregonwagyu.com All grass-fed, and grass finished Wagyu beef. No hormones, no antibiotics. We deliver to Bend and Redmond for orders over $50. Farm fresh eggs and pork in limited supply. Find out more product and farm info on our website.

Crump Ranch

Ed Stabb 2940 NW 74th St., Redmond (541) 280-1895 edsredmond@gmail.com stabbranches.com Mon-Sun, 7am-7pm We offer free range, grass-fed Angus beef.

Clover Canyon Farm ZAJAC FARMS

Central Oregon Ostrich

Michael Lehman 7600 SW Quarry Ave., Redmond (541) 923-5076 Michael@centraloregonostrich.com CentralOregonOstrich.com Visits and sales by 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 brewer’s grains from local breweries.

Central Oregon Seed Exchange Spring Alaska Olson 65060 Hwy 20, Bend (541) 647-9604 coseedexchange@gmail.com seedexchange.weebly.com Open year round

Certification: USDA Intertribal Agriculture Council

Josie Keyes Sisters (503) 780-8350 clovercanyonfarms@gmail.com Instagram @clover_canyon_farm May-Oct, Wed & Sun, 11am-3pm Clover Canyon Farm is a women-owned micro-farm growing produce, poultry, and eggs. We have a passion for producing fresh, chemical-free, delicious food for our family and community. Our happy and healthy poultry is free range, non-GMO fed, and no antibiotics. We are a no-till/low-till farm and take great care to tend to our High Desert soil via composting and biodynamic practices.

Crooked River Bison Ranch

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

COSE is a network dedicated to strengthening our awareness and access to locally grown flower and vegetable seed in Central Oregon. COSE offers free seeds to non-profits, schools, farms and landowners.

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 strictlydefined ranching standards so you can enjoy the tastiest, most flavorful bison meat available.

Central Oregon Veterans Ranch

Crown C Farms, LLC

Orion Carriger 65920 61st St., Bend (541) 706-9062 OrionC@covranch.org covranch.org Visits by appt. Mon, Thu, Fri, 9am-4pm

Jim Crocker 2609 Odem Ave., Terrebonne (541) 480-9070 jim_crocker@hotmail.com crowncllc.com Stand open Sat-Sun, 11am-4pm during growing season (late June)

Veteran outreach local non-profit farm offering seasonal produce including lettuce, greenhouse cherry tomatoes, micro greens, basil. You can purchase produce at the ranch or find our produce at local restaurants, Central Oregon Locavore, and Newport Market.

Crown C Farms LLC is a specialty vegetable farm. We grow squash, peppers, potatoes, cucumbers, tomatoes and other crops. We provide direct sales to grocery stores, produce stands and wholesalers. Our farmstand is open on the weekends. Crown C Farms is also the sole provider of Sunchoke for the Iler Crossing Topinambur Spirit.

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Deschutes Gourmet Mushrooms Robert Glenney Redmond (541) 408-5206 rbglenney@gmail.com Call for delivery

Deschutes Gourmet Mushrooms is dedicated to using environmentally friendly and sustainable practices to cultivate the finest gourmet mushrooms in Central Oregon. Located on 2 1/2 acres between Redmond and Bend along the Deschutes River, these delicate caps and stems are kept in pristine condition on their short journey from farm to table. These flavorful and nutritionally packed mushrooms are available year-round. BLUESTONE NATURAL FARMS

DD Ranch, LLC

Linda Anspach 3836 NE Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne (541) 548-1432 linda@ddranch.net ddranch.net Please call ahead to schedule a visit, we aim to be available! Grass-fed beef, grass-fed lamb, heritage pork, raw local honey, eggs, rhubarb, petting zoo, play areas. Fall pumpkin patch, field trips, parties and weddings.

Dome Grown Produce Amanda Benkert 7858 SW 61st St., Redmond (541) 678-3064 amanda@domegrown.org domegrown.org May-Nov, hours vary

Small market farm growing seasonable vegetables, and medicinal and edible herbs and flowers for farmers markets.

Double F Ranch

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

Fields Farm

Jim and Debbie Fields 61915 Pettigrew Rd., Bend (541) 382-8059 fieldsfarmdeschutes@gmail.com fields.farm Farmstand: Thu-Sat, during daylight hours; and at the Downtown Bend Farmers Market Fields Farm is a small sustainable farm on the east side of Bend. We have been farming with no chemical pesticides or fertilizers for 30 years. Composting is a large part of our farm and the fields are covered every year. There is a Farmstand open to the public, a CSA and we sell at the downtown Bend farmers market.

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Eggs /Dairy

Veggies /Fruit

Meat/ Poultry

Value-Added Products

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Home Farm Foods

Farm Certified: Animal Welfare Approved Certified Grass-fed, USDA Certified Organic Produce

Farm Certified: Animal Welfare Approved

We are a diversified farm raising grass-fed lamb and goat meat. We grow Organic produce and berries too. INSTAGRAM@brianlepore

Gorilla Greens, LLC

Freedom Rock Farms

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

Freshfields Farm

Donna Lemieux-Brehm 19189 Dayton Rd., Bend (503) 970-9852 freshfieldsfarmbend@gmail.com freshfieldsfarmbend.com See website for more details. Farm stand open late June. Our eggs are always available 24-7. We are a small farm that specializes in pasture-fed, free range eggs and pesticide free vegetables, herbs and flowers. We also have a CSA program for 8 weeks this summer and occational culinary classes from Donna, a trained pastry chef. Grass-fed lamb and beef available. We are also a farmstay with a private wing for lodging. Guests have access to our animals and chickens as well as exploring our garden.

Farm Visits & Purchases

Golden Eagle Organics

Brian Lepore 62900 Eagle Rd., Bend (541) 214-5467 brian@goldeneagleorganics.com goldeneagleorganics.com Sales and visits by appt.

WINDY ACRES DAIRY

CSA/ Herd Share

Chris Stahn Bend (541) 250-0900 chris@gorillagreens.farm gorillagreens.farm Mon-Sat, 10am-4pm

We grow nutritious microgreens and wheatgrass indoors. We harvest weekly to provide fresh, flavorful and colorful produce and deliver directly to our customers’ homes or place of employment.

HolmesStead Ranch

Michael Holmes 24075 E 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/ranch located east of Bend. We raise wholesome goat, pork, chickens and turkeys we can proudly say we do not use any antibiotics or growth hormones. We grow a variety of fresh vegetables in season.

Holy Cow

Cameron Gunther 7085 SW Kent Ln., Culver (541) 279-3057 info@homefarmfoods.co homefarmfoods.co Farm visit upon request. Online order always open. Home Farm Foods has certified Animal Welfare Approved laying hens, grass-fed and finished beef, and pastured pork that work in harmony to leave the land better than before. We sell our products at farmers markets, direct to consumers, and wholesale to restaurants.

Home, Hedge and Charm

Lanigan Vitaceae Sisters (541) 904-5498 homehedgeandcharm@gmail.com homehedgeandcharm.com We grow, produce, and sell herbs (including medicinal), berries, cut flowers, salad greens, baby carrots, and other vegetables. Plants are available for sale as well. We also produce hydrosols, sachets, soap, and other related products. Our products are sold online as well at homehedgeandcharm.com

Hope Springs Dairy

Lysa and Jeff Severson 23040 Alfalfa Market Rd., Bend (541) 241-6183 info@hopespringsdairy.com hopespringsdairy.com By appt. We offer a raw milk herdshare from pasture raised cows. We also offer awesome heritage breed pork. Come check out the farm and bring the kids to see the calves.

Jared Vogt Sisters (503) 949-9719 Vogtme@gmail.com We’re a new small-scale, non-profit that grew from the desire to feed our own families good, honest beef. Our mission is to provide locally raised, grassfed and finished beef that does good locally and globally. Beef shares include 1/4, 1/2, and whole options. BOUNDLESS FARMSTEAD

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Veggies /Fruit

Eggs /Dairy

Meat/ Poultry

Did You Know? In Cahoots Heirloom Apple Collaborative

Carolyn Johnson Terrebonne (541) 504-1700 incahootsheirloomapples@gmail.com Facebook @In-Cahoots-Heirloom-AppleCollaborative Visits by appt. only In Cahoots Heirloom Apple Orchard Collaborative includes orchards located throughout Central Oregon. We have a variety of heritage and rare heirloom apples. Our local apples are used to make cider, craft beer, graf, apple brandy, and mixed fermentation beverages.

L & S Farm and Garden

Linda Stephenson 4243 NW Gerke Rd., Prineville (541) 408-2295 Linda@lsgardens.com lsgardens.com For seasonal hours, visit Facebook @ L and S Gardens Everything rhubarb-jams, jellies, salsas, BBQ sauce, processed in our commercial kitchen on site from rhubarb grown on our farm. Breeders of Babydoll Southdown miniature sheep.

Larkin Valley Ranch

Jeff & Julie Larkin PO Box 1152, Redmond (541) 420-0879 juliecharley@me.com larkinvalleyranch.com Ranch visits are welcome, by appt. only please

Value-Added Products

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

Farm Visits & Purchases

Seven companies in Central Oregon offer their employees’ workplace CSA’s and were connected through HDFFA’s Workplace CSA program.

Mahonia Gardens

Milican Valley Beef, Inc.

Vegetables and herbs of exceptional quality grown in Sisters, Oregon. We use only organic practices and emphasize biodiversity on our farm. CSA farm subscriptions available June through October.

USDA Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)

Benji Nagel and Carys Wilkins Sisters (541) 420-8684 mahoniagardens@gmail.com mahoniagardens.com

Maragas Winery

Doug Maragas 15523 SW Hwy 97, Culver (541) 546-5464 info@maragaswinery.com maragaswinery.com In season: daily, 11am-5pm; Off season: closed Tue 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.

Mecca Grade Estate Malt 9619 NW Columbia Dr., Madras (541) 526-8152 meccagrade.com Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm

Mecca Grade is an estate malthouse located on 1,000 irrigated acres in the beautiful Central Oregon High Desert. Our 8th generation Oregon farming family grows and malts all of our own specialty grain on-site; selling directly to local breweries and distilleries.

Melissa Magee 21085 Knott Rd., Bend (541) 390-8831 mdavis@bendbroadband.com millicanvalleybeef.com Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm; Sat, 9am-4pm Millican Valley Beef has been raising Angus/Limousin 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.

Paradise Produce

Terri Buck 6651 N Adams Dr., Madras (541) 350-0468 paradiseproduce2012@yahoo.com Facebook @Paradise Produce Produce stand: May-Oct, Mon-Sun, 7am-7pm; For plants: May-Jun, Tue-Sat, 10am-5pm or by appt. We have a large selection of garden fresh vegetables, picked daily. Our 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 Madras Saturday Market.

Piggy Back Ranch

Hilary & Greg Smith Bend (541) 480-7467 info@piggybackranch.com piggybackranch.com Visit website Piggy Back Ranch is a 54 acre farm selling pasture raised, heritage pork. Sign up for our monthly pork CSA! We also sell chicken, whole and half hog, breed stock and feeder pigs upon request.

USDA Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) We are a 3rd generation run Central Oregon Ranch raising quality beef direct to you from our Angus Cross beef cattle herd. Our cattle are grass fed & finished without antibiotics, hormones or steroids. You can taste the quality in our meat as we practice stress free ranching.

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CSA/ Herd Share

CROOKED RIVER BISON RANCH


Rickety Bridge Ranch

Cuyla Dudley 5680 Southwest Quarry Ave., Redmond (541) 280-1505 cuyla.dudley@gmail.com ricketybridgeranch.com Sales and visits by appt. Grass-fed, pasture raised beef without hormones or antibiotics. Piedmontese and Angus-cross available from the farm and Central Oregon Locavore.

RAINSHADOW ORGANICS

Pine Mountain Ranch

Loretta Spahmer 23585 East Hwy 20, Bend (541) 312-0185 info@pmrbuffalo.com pmrbuffalo.com Fri, 11am-3pm; and by appt. We are a sustainable pastured livestock ranch raising buffalo, yak, and beef. We source Rocky Mountain Elk from local ranches.

Pioneer Ranch

Evan Moran Bend (559) 681-1310 Edmoran1216@hotmail.com Pioneerranch.com Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm We raise local beef and pork. Our animals are raised on pasture and fed local beer and distillery byproducts, so we keep it all local. We use no hormones or antibiotics. We focus on flavor, using an extended finishing period to maximize marbling and tenderness.

Plainview Gardens, LLC

Gayle Hoagland 18344 Fryrear Ranch Rd., Bend (541) 410-2026 gaylehoagland@aol.com plainviewgardens.com Sales by appt. Plainview Gardens grows and sells herb, vegetable and flower plants grown using organic methods from organic seed whenever possible. No pesticides, fungicides or neonicontinoids are ever used. Our plants are bee friendly. In 2019 we are offering a Plant CSA where you can order all the starter plants for your garden, whatever its size. Our plants are also for sale at CO Locavore and by appt. at the greenhouse. Delivery is available.

Prineville Lavender

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

Rooper Ranch

Amy Hensley 1150 NE Yucca Ave., Redmond (541) 815-7334 rooperranch@gmail.com rooperranch.com We grow Apr-Nov

Fresh lavender, fresh vegetables, lavender essential oil, dried lavender bouquets, handmade sachets, dream pillows, neckwraps and other lavender gifts.

We are a small farm located in Redmond, OR and grow seasonal vegetables without the use of chemicals to ensure the highest quality produce for our community.

Rainshadow Organics

Sakari Farms, LLC

Sarahlee Lawrence 71290 Holmes Rd., Sisters (541) 977-6746 info@rainshadoworganics.com rainshadoworganics.com May-Oct, Wed-Sat, 12pm-5pm; Nov-Apr, Sat, 11am-3pm Farm Certified: USDA Certified Organic Your year-round connection to our meats, grains, and veggies. Rainshadow Organics is located 15 miles Northeast of Sisters, Oregon where we have farmed and gardened for over 25 years. We have a full-diet farm with dozens of varieties of certified organic vegetables, herbs, berries, flowers, and grains on 80 acres. This includes whole wheat berries and fresh, stone-ground flour. We also offer pasture-raised, non-gmo fed pork, chicken, eggs, turkeys, and beef.

Spring Alaska Olson 65060 Hwy 20, Bend (541) 647-9604 sakarifarms@gmail.com sakarifarms.weebly.com Farm Certified: USDA Intertribal Agriculture Council Sakari Farms is a Native American tribal food farm located in Tumalo, Oregon. We grow healthy flowers, vegetables and seed, value added food products, and CSA shares. Sakari Farms specializes in agricultural research, farm to school education, consulting and wholesale to Deschutes County residents.

Remuda Ranch

Nancy Klatt 14449 SW Hwy 97, Culver (541) 546-6778 jnremuda@gmail.com Facebook @Remuda Ranch Sales year round, Mon-Sun, 8am-8pm We are a small family ranch in Jefferson County, raising Piedmontese and Piedmontese crossbred cattle. We operate as a cow-calf business but also sell quality locker beef seasonally in the Fall each year.

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Scronce Farm Company Karl Scronce 21800 Paloma Dr., Bend (541) 281-2053 karl.scronce@gmail.com By appt.

Beef, vegetables, strawberries, raspberries available.

Seed to Table Farm

Audrey Tehan 998 E Black Butte Ave., Sisters (541) 480-9039 audrey@seedtotablesisters.org seedtotableoregon.org Seed to Table is a non-profit education farm dedicated to increasing the health and wellness of the Central Oregon community. Purchase affordable produce, join us for family events and learn about opportunities to be involved in the local food system.

CASAD FAMILY FARMS - AMANDA SMITH

Splitting Aces Livestock

Jenna Pike Sisters (520) 275-0260 splittingaceslivestock@gmail.com aceslivestock.com Providing healthy quality beef, chicken, pork and eggs.

Swan’s Farm & Flower

Danae Swan Bend (541) 420-7866 danaesbouquets@gmail.com Facebook @swansfarmandflower Jun-Sep, Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm Central Oregon cut flower and produce farm specializing in cut flowers, market bouquets, and floral arrangements.

Stone Circle Farms

Tim Larkin 4700 W Antler Ave., Redmond (541) 728-1895 stonecirclefarms@gmail.com

RAINSHADOW ORGANICS FARM

Sharp & Lighthorse Superior Grass Beef Sky Sharp Redmond (520) 471-7090 warponysaddles@gmail.com slgrassbeef.com By appt.

Sungrounded Farm

Ashley and Caleb Petersen 211 NE Wilcox Ave., Terrebonne (970) 409-8331 sungrounded@gmail.com sungrounded.com

Superior Grass Beef strives to produce a superiorquality meat that honors the whole animal, the soil, and the holistic nature of life. The primary purpose of our responsible stewardship is to consider all aspects of food production and the effects on long-term sustainability.

Veggies /Fruit

Our pasture raised pork live their lives on grass and don’t receive any antibiotics or GMO feeds. We do not use any chemical fertilizer or pesticides anywhere on our farm.

Eggs /Dairy

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We are a market farm dedicated to our soil, community and environment. We grow our produce using organic practices and emphasize soil health for strong plants and nutritious food. We especially focus on growing greens including salad mixes and head lettuce!

Meat/ Poultry

Value-Added Products

Herbs, Flowers and Plants

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.

Tender Greens

Jessica Wilkinson Bend (541) 280-7223 Jeswilkinson82@gmail.com tgbend.com Microgreens and edible flowers available at retail locations and at area restaurants.

CSA/ Herd Share

Farm Visits & Purchases


Thomas Orchards

Jeff Thomas Hwy 402, Kimberly (541) 934-2870 jrthomas9797@gmail.com Facebook @ThomasOrchards Seasonal fruit stand open mid Jun-Oct, Mon-Sun, 8am-6pm

Vaquero Valley Ranch and Cattle Co. Ron Miller Bend (541) 350-2520 vvrccbeef@gmail.com Bendbeef.com 24/7, also by appt.

We grow a variety of fruits which includes cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines, plums, pears and apples. We also produce dried fruits, jams, spreads, syrups and apple sauce. 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 takes pride in offering a truly grass fed and soley grass finished beef. Our ranching practices focus on our respect for the land and our livestock’s welfare by creating a sustainable environment fueled by our commitment. No pesticides. No commercial fertilizers. No grain. No antibiotics. And no hormones.

Tumalo Chicken Ranch

Volcano Veggies, LLC

Glenn Millar 19555 Pinehurst Rd., Bend (541) 668-6078 tumalochickenranch@gmail.com tumalochickenranch.com We are growing specialty crops in Tumalo: sunchokes, carrots, onions, pumpkins, beets and kale, as well as raising free ranging, Oregon- sourced Rhode Island Red and Barred Rock chickens to provide farm fresh eggs.

BOUNDLESS FARMSTEAD

Windy Acres Dairy Farm

Billie Johnson 3320 NW Stahancyck Ln., Prineville (541) 447-5389 windyacres26@gmail.com windyacresdairy.com Year round, 6:30am-8pm, drop sites in Medford, Ashland, Portland, Bend, Redmond, and at the farm.

James Sbarra Bend (541) 728-3355 info@volcanoveggies.com volcanoveggies.com By appt.

Farm Certified: Oregon Tilth, USDA Organic

A Grade A dairy farm and cheese facility with raw products including meats, cheese, and a herd share for all your dairy needs. Raised for my eating and yours!

Volcano Veggies is a cutting edge vertical farm that uses 99% less water to grow greens, herbs, fish & mushrooms. As a certified organic aquaponic farm, we grow food all year long and sell at grocery stores, restaurants and direct to consumer.

Zajac Farms

Tyler Zajac Bend (724) 968-9202 tylerzajac@gmail.com Instagram @zajacfarms Visits by appt.

White Diamond Ranch

Ann Snyder 9101 Wilson Ck Rd., Ashwood (541) 489-3239 annsnyder@rconnects.com Please call ahead if coming to the ranch. We sell nearly all common cuts of lamb and several varieties of sausage at several local outlets and (JuneSept) and at the ranch.

Small scale, diversified vegetable farm specializing in greens production. All grown using agroecological and sustainable practices. Farm tours and delicious greens.

ZAJAC FARMS

Tumalo Family Farm Robert Camel Bend (541) 815-2477 lemacrb@gmail.com Wholesale only

Farm Certified: USDA Certified Organic Fresh ginger and turmeric generally available year around. Cucumbers, some lipstick bell peppers and basil during winter and early spring. Custom growing available. DOME GROWN PRODUCE - EMIL TEAGUE-SARA RISHFORTH

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2019 HIGH DESERT

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Farmers Markets

Herbs, Seeds, Plants, Landscapes

Bend Farmers Market

Brooks Alley, Downtown Bend bendfarmersmarket.com Wednesdays, May 1-Oct 9, 2pm-6pm

Instant Landscaping

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

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.

CROP - Crooked River Open Pastures Saturday Market and Farm Events

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

Stryker Park, Prineville NE 4th and Elm in Prineville cropfarmersmarket.org Saturdays, May 18-Sep 28, 10am-2pm

Discover a bounty of fresh produce, herbs, locally raised meats, eggs, plants, baked goods, handmade items and lots more. Food available and entertainment on site. The Crooked River Open Pastures Farmers Market & Events will be held every Saturday, May 18 - Sept. 28 except on the following Farm Tour dates: May 18 - Wine Down Ranch; June 15 - Auntie Beans; June 20 - Blue Stone Ranch; August 17 - L & S Farm and Garden; Sept. 21 - Just 1 Acre. Head to our website for more info on farm tours and farm locations.

Madras Saturday Market

Sahalee Park, Downtown Madras 7th Street between B and C street madrassaturdaymarket.com Saturdays, Jun-Sep, Sat, 9am-2pm A Farmers Market held in Sahalee Park in Mardras, featuring local produce, flowers, plants and crafts as well as live music and special community events.

NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market

NW Crossing Dr., Bend nwxfarmersmarket.com Saturdays, June 8– Sept 21, 10am-2pm 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 wonderful quality of life in Bend.

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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! ZAJAC FARMS

Redmond Farmers Market

Centennial Park, Redmond 7th St. & Evergreen Ave. Facebook @Redmond Farmers Market Tuesdays, Jun 11-Sep 10, 3pm-6pm The Redmond Farmers Market is a local farmers market open June-Sept every Tuesday 3-6pm in Centennial Park, Redmond OR. We have an incredible group of Central Oregon farmers bringing fresh, locally grown produce. We have local honey, meat, eggs, herbs, crafts, artisan foods, tea, spices, many other great producers. We have convenient parking, a lovely grassy park, and cool splash park.

Paradise Produce

6651 N Adams Dr., Madras (541) 350-0468 Facebook @ParadiseProduce Produce stand: May-Oct, Mon-Sun, 7am-7pm; For plants: May-Jun, Tue-Sat, 10am-5pm Or by appt. We have a large selection of garden fresh vegetables, picked daily. On-site store is self-serve, honor system. We also offer cage-free eggs, local raw honey, vegetable starts and bedding flowers. You can also find us at Madras Saturday Market.

Sisters Farmers Market

Fir St. Park, Sisters 291 E Main Ave. sistersfarmersmarket.com Sundays, Jun-Sept, 11am-2pm This 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. AMYS LAVENDER


Your Garden Companion

20841 SE Westview Dr., Bend (541) 203-0734 yourgardencompanion.com Consultations and tours by appt. only, email preferred Let us test your soils and determine your microclimates before you plant to maximize your productivity. We can help you use this baseline data to create a farm plan for your crops or livestock. Planting habitat for pollinators is our specialty. Tour our half-acre permaculture demo garden to inspire your ability to integrate native edibles with other cash crops. We model restorative agriculture after nature.

Dairies

Hope Springs Dairy

23040 Alfalfa Market Rd., Bend (541) 241-6183 hopespringsdairy.com By appt. We offer a raw milk herdshare from pasture raised cows. We also offer awesome heritage breed pork. Come check out the farm and bring the kids to see the calves.

Windy Acres Dairy Farm

3320 NW Stahancyck Ln., Prineville (541) 447-5389 windyacresdairy.com Year round, 6:30am-8pm, drop sites in Medford, Ashland, Portland, Bend, Redmond, and at the farm. A grade A dairy farm and cheese facility with raw products including meats, raw cheese, and herd share for all your dairy needs. Raised for my eating and yours!

Coffee, Tea & Baked Goods

PALATE: a coffee bar

555 NW Arizona Ave., Ste. 60, Bend (541) 213-2275 foxtailbakeshop.com Tue-Sun, 8am-2pm

At PALATE we offer a wide array of Oregon based companies that focus on sourcing locally and responsibly. Proudly Sourcing from: Metolius Tea, Sparrow Bakery

Foxtail Bakeshop & Kitchen

643 NW Colorado Ave., Bend (541) 321-8098 palatecoffeebar.com Mon-Fri, 6am-5pm; Sat-Sun, 6:30am-5pm. We are open 365 days a year

Foxtail’s food encompasses whimsical re-imagined classics and innovative specials. We care deeply about knowing where our food comes from and source locally when we are able. Our main focus is to make everything in house: our house cured thick bacon, roasted ham, fresh cheese, homemade jams, fresh squeezed orange juice and lemonade, pickled vegetables, stock and we even toast our sesame seeds to make our own tahini for our hummus. Proudly Sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farms, Stone Circle Farms, Agricultural Connections

Josie’s Best Gluten Free Mixes Sisters (541) 390-1082 josiesbestgf.com Local deliveries available. Please visit website for market availability.

Gluten Free dry mixes for home and restaurant use. Gluten Free Pancake, Waffle, Crepe mixes available. GF Foods and Baking Mixes are all Soy Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free. Proudly processing in Central Oregon.

Lone Pine Coffee Roasters

FOXTAIL BAKESHOP & KITCHEN

Specialty Foods Blissful Spoon

910 NW Harriman St., Bend (541) 306-1010 lonepinecoffeeroasters.com Open daily, 7am-5pm

PO Box 5966, Bend (458) 206-9607 blissfulspoon.com Find us at local markets, cafes & farmers markets in Bend, OR

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

Creating handcrafted, grain-free granola, healthy gluten-free baked goods and snack options Proudly processing in Central Oregon and sourcing from Oregon businesses: Hummingbird Wholesale, GloryBee

Metolius Tea

Bend (833) 242-4832 Metoliustea.com Purchase tea online for local pick up or delivery Metolius Artisan Tea crafts beautiful, high quality teas with organic ingredients. We buy from small farmers making big changes locally and globally. Proudly processing in Central Oregon and sourcing from Agricultural Connections

Bonta Natural Artisan Gelato

920 NW Bond St, Ste. 108, Bend (541) 306-6606 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 processing in Central Oregon and sourcing from: Tumalo Lavender, HolmMade Toffee, Oregon Spirit Distillers

HOPES SPRINGS DAIRY

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L & S Farm and Garden

4243 NW Gerke Rd., Prineville (541) 408-2295 lsgardens.com For seasonal hours, visit Facebook @L and S Gardens Everything rhubarb-jams, jellies, salsas, BBQ sauce, processed in our commercial kitchen on site from rhubarb grown on our farm. Proudly processing in Central Oregon and sourcing from our farm.

Holm Made Toffee Co.

1470 NE 1st St., Ste. #800, Bend (541) 610-3173 holmmadetoffee.com Kitchen visits by appt. only. Products can be found online and in local retailers. CENTRAL OREGON LOCAVORE

Busy Izzy Foods

PO Box 2051, Prineville (510) 506-8737 busyizzyfoods.com See website for where to find Busy Izzy 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. Proudly processing in Central Oregon and sourcing from Oregon businesses: Bob’s Red Mill, Glory Bee, Hummingbird Wholesale

Gorilla Greens, LLC Bend (541) 250-0900 gorillagreens.farm Mon-Sat, 10am-4pm

Local Culture

Bend (541) 350-7188 cascadecultures.com Opening a live foods marketplace spring 2019! Follow us @superbellyferments and @localculturekrauts for updates.

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, Sea Salt, Espresso, Red Pepper, Cardamom Vanilla and seasonal specials. Visit our website or find us at local farmers markets. Proudly processing in Central Oregon and sourcing from: Tumalo Lavender

Organic. Raw. Wild fermented. No added sugars, preservatives or vinegars. Just pure, wholesome probiotics. Local Culture is our way of creating bold and flavorful Sauerkraut, Kimchi, and fermented spice blends. At Local Culture we are committed to cultivating live foods for living well. To support our thriving communities, we ferment quality organic ingredients from locally sourced agriculture. Loaded with cultured macrobiotics, our krauts will make both your belly and palate smile. Proudly processing in Central Oregon.

We grow nutritious microgreens and wheatgrass indoors. We harvest weekly to provide fresh, flavorful and colorful produce. We deliver directly to our customers’ homes or place of employment. HOLM MADE TOFFEE

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Did You Know?

Casad Family Farms donated thousands of pounds of potatoes to our Grow & Give program in 2018.

Josie’s Best Gluten Free Mixes

Root Cellar Staples

Gluten Free dry mixes for home and restaurant use. GF Pancake, GF Waffle, GF Crepe mixes available. Gluten Free Foods and Baking Mixes are all Soy Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free. Proudly processing in Central Oregon.

Small-batch pantry staples and curiosities handmade in midtown Bend. Local, seasonal, nourishing, and deliciousness. Proudly processing in Central Oregon and sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Great American Egg, Rainshadow Organics, Seed to Table Farm.

Pili Hunters

Savory Spice

Sisters (541) 390-1082 josiesbestgf.com Local deliveries available. Please visit website for market availability.

1289 NE 2nd, Ste. #2, Bend (541) 797-0299 rootcellarstaples.com Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm

Bend (206) 495-8132 eatpilinuts.com Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm

375 SW Powerhouse Dr., Ste. 110, Bend (541) 306-6855 savoryspiceshop.com/bend Mon-Sat; 10am-8pm, Sun; 11am-6pm, We are a full service spice shop offering over 300 products for all your cooking needs.

Pili Hunters was founded in 2015 with a single goal in mind: share the earth’s perfect nut with the United States. As the original U.S. purveyor of sprouted pili nuts, we’re constantly looking for new ways to bring the perfect keto snack to our customers while providing fair wages to our partners in the Philippines. Proudly processing in Central Oregon and sourcing from Oregon business, Glory Bee.

Super Belly Ferments

superbellyferments.com Sales by appt. and available at retail outlets and farmers markets Fermented, probiotic rich dressings and sauces. It’s a tale as old as time, Superheroes vs. Super-villains. Good vs. Evil. Trillions of microorganisms are living in our bellies, fighting for control of our immune systems, weights, energy levels, stress signals, moods and overall well-being. We hold the power to be the heroes of our bellies’ blockbuster battle. Packed with healthy probiotics from organic fermented herbs and vegetables, our dressings and mayos are vital resources for our Bellies’ Superhero bacteria so our Superheroes have what they need to win - nutrient dense, probioticrich dressing and marinade that can take on any evil. Feed your Superheroes. Proudly processing in Central Oregon.

“Knowing my farmers and producers makes me a happier part of this wonderful community.”

- Becca Burda, Retired HDFFA Board Member,

Know your farmers at hdffa.org

REAL FOOD, GROWN HERE

Farm Stand Coming Soon… contact us for info! MahoniaGardens@gmail.com

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Food Trucks

Boone Dog Pizza

223 E Hood Ave., Sisters (541) 588-2054 boonedogpizza.com Thu-Sun, 11am-7pm We are a mobile, wood fired pizzeria that specializes in ethically sourced meats, locally sourced vegetables and cheeses from our region that highlight the excellent quality food that our region can produce. Proudly Sourcing from: Rainshadow Organics, Boundless Farmstead, Cordillera Farm, Home Farm Foods, Zajac Farm

Dump City Dumplings

Downtown food cart (541) 323-6243 Facebook @DumpCityDumplings Fri-Sat, 10pm-2am We are a Steamed Bun Dumpling company. We use sustainably sourced ingredients to hand make Chinese Style steamed buns that we sell from our restaurant or one of our three food carts. Proudly Sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farms, Mahonia Gardens, Dome Grown Produce, Central Oregon Ostrich

El Sancho

335 NE Dekalb Ave., Bend (458) 206-5973 elsanchobend.com Mon-Sun, 11am-10pm Your local Taco Dealers serving up craveable food in fun and festive environments at our restaurant and food carts, as well as various events and catering functions. Proudly Sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Volcano Veggies, Casad Family Farms, Rainshadow Organics, Fields Farm

The Peoples’ Pies

Special events and on the move. In Central Oregon (262) 424-8481 Instagram @thepeoplespies Get in touch or follow us on social media for more info Savory hand pies for the people! Our handmade pasties are a Midwest staple and the perfect fuel for your next adventure. Our dedication to delicious flavours is matched only by the high desert farmers and ranchers from which many of our ingredients hail. Proudly Sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farms, Golden Eagle Organics, DD Ranch, Home Farm Foods, Tender Greens, Windy Acres Dairy

We’re the Wurst

787 NE Purcell Blvd., Bend (541) 633-9800 werethewurst.com Open everyday 11am-9pm

Restaurants

BOONE DOG PIZZA

900 Wall

900 NW Wall St., Bend (541) 323-6295 900wall.com Sun-Thu, 3pm-9pm; Fri-Sat, 3pm-10pm The 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, Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farms, Deschutes Gourmet Mushrooms, Vaquero Valley Ranch

European charcuterie, offering seasonal and local/ organic offerings via traditional methods and old world recipes. Proudly Sourcing from: Agricultural Connections

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Ensure a future for Central Oregon’s agricultural legacy.

rogue farm corps

central oregon

the next generation of farmers and ranchers

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Did You Know?

HDFFA and NeighborImpact partnered on the new Fresh To You Mobile Food Pantry and will offer VeggieRx in Prineville.

Bos Taurus

Dump City Dumplings

163 NW Minnesota Ave., Bend (541) 241-2735 bostaurussteak.com Open daily, 5-11pm Bos Taurus is a boutique, chef driven American steakhouse located in the heart of downtown Bend. Our open-air kitchen is built on Chef George’s commitment to sourcing the highest quality beef from around the globe and centered around a custom cast-iron slab designed for a perfect sear. Proudly Sourcing from: Farmers at the Downtown Bend Farmers Market

Broken Top Bottle Shop

1740 NW Pence Ln., Ste. 1, Bend (541) 728-0703 btbsbend.com Open daily, 11am-10pm We’ve got something for everyone! Amazing Eats! 12 Rotating Taps! Hundreds of Bottled & 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: Agricultural Connections, Central Oregon Ostrich, DD Ranch

Deschutes Brewery Public House 1044 NW Bond St., Bend (541) 382-9242 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. Proudly Sourcing from: Barley Beef, Tender Greens, Rainshadow Organics, Casad Family Farms and Fields Farm

384 SW Upper Terrace Dr., Bend (541) 323-6243 Facebook @DumpCityDumplings Tue-Fri, 11am-9pm; Sat, 12pm-9pm; Sun, 12pm-8pm. Downtown food cart: Fri-Sat, 10pm-2am We are a Steamed Bun Dumpling company. We use sustainably sourced ingredients to hand make Chinese Style steamed buns that we sell from our restaurant or one of our three food carts. Proudly Sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farms, Mahonia Gardens, Dome Grown Produce, Central Oregon Ostrich

El Sancho

335 NE Dekalb Ave., Bend (458) 206-5973 elsanchobend.com Mon-Sun, 11am-10pm Your local taco dealers serving up craveable food in fun and festive environments at our restaurant and food carts, as well as various events and catering functions. Proudly Sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Volcano Veggies, Casad Family Farms, Rainshadow Organics, Fields Farm

Brasada Ranch Resort and Range Restaurant 16986 Brasada Ranch Rd., Powell Butte (541) 604-0847 brasada.com Brasada is nestled into the mountains overlooking Bend where you will find luxurious suites and cabins, a championship golf course, Spa Brasada, and farmto-table dining at the Ranch House Restaurant and Ranch Restaurant. Ride miles of soft trails, hike our 1,800 acres and take in legedary sunsets. Proudly Sourcing from: Sweet Posy Floral, Windflower Farm

JACKSON’S CORNER WITH RAINSHADOW BEEF - TESSA VAUGHAN

Jackson’s Corner

Westside at 845 NW Delaware Ave., Ste. 103 Eastside at 1500 NE Cushing Dr., Bend (541) 647-2198 Jacksonscornerbend.com A local food driven restaurant focusing on from-scratch cooking including handmade pasta, pizza and bread. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner 7 days a week. Proudly Sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Boundless Farmstead, Bonta Gelato, Casad Family Farms, Rainshadow Organics, Zajac Farms

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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Spork Bend

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

JACKSON’S CORNER - TESSA VAUGHAN

Rockin’ Dave’s Bistro & Backstage 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, Tender Greens, Great American Egg, Metolius Tea

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 for our seasonal specials

SUNNY YOGA KITCHEN - EMIL TEAGLE & SARAH RISHFOITH

Sunriver Brewing Company

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

Sunriver at 57100 Beaver Ln., Bldg 4 Bend at 1005 NW Galveston Ave. (541) 306-5188 sunriverbrewingcompany.com Sun-Thu, 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat, 11am11pm Sunriver Pub and Galveston Pub by Sunriver Brewing Company. Serving award winning beer alongside quality food sourcing local and regional ingredients when possible. Proudly Sourcing from: Barley Beef, Cascade Family Farms, Novicky Farms, Big Ed’s Bread, Vaquero Valley Ranch

2sisters ranch 100% fullblood wagyu GRASS FED • SUSTAINABLY RAISED

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Distributor

Agricultural Connections

20780 High Desert Ln., Ste. 1, Bend (541) 903-2502 agriculturalconnections.com Order by Mon 9am, delivery Wed. Additional commercial deliveries Mon & Fri. See website for more details.

DESCHUTES BREWERY

Wild Oregon Foods

61334 S Hwy 97, Bend (541) 668-6344 wildoregonfoods.com Wed-Sun, 11am-8pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-9pm; weekend brunch Located on Bend’s South End, Wild Oregon is a family owned and run restaurant and bar inspired by the farmers and ranchers from around the Pacific Northwest. We serve seasonal and local comfort food and craft cocktails in an easy atmosphere. Proudly Sourcing from: Casad Family Farms, Rainshadow Organics, Mahonia Gardens, Rickety Bridge Ranch, Agricultural Connections

Worthy Brewing

495 NE Bellevue Dr., Bend (541) 647-6970 worthybrewing.com You can’t get much more local than growing your own! Worthy Brewing Restaurant and Gardens grows its own herbs and hydroponic vegetables in their onsite garden and greenhouse. The campus also inlcludes a hop yard with 22 varieties, including experimental breeds from OSU and Indie Hops. Proudly Sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead and Mecca Grade Estate Malt

We bring sustainable food to kitchens of all sizes. Our farm-direct, custom-harvested foods are sourced from over 40 Central Oregon and Oregon producers year-round. We supply homes, restaurants, food trucks, grocers, processors, resorts, caterers & institutions with the freshest, most authentically local and high quality produce, eggs, meat proteins, dairy & dry goods. Proudly Sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farms, Home Farm Foods, Mahonia Gardens, Rainshadow Organics and many more.

BREAKFAST, LUNCH, AND DINNER ALSO BRUNCH. AND LUNNER.

We are proud of our local roots and happy to support our local farmers & ranchers.

AND COFFEE AND BREAD AND BEER.

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The Humble Beet

1124 NW Newport Ave., Bend (541) 598-5973 humblebeet.com Mon-Fri, 7am-7pm; Sat 7am-6pm; Sun 7am-5pm Locally owned and operated organic produce, grocery, deli and cafe. We’re born and raised in Central Oregon as much as possible, and humbly yours. Proudly Sourcing from: Mahonia Gardens

Meat Market

Cinder Butte Meat Co.

197 NW O’Neil Way, Redmond (541) 548-6328 cinderbuttemeatco.com Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm; Sat, 8am-2pm We are a butcher shop. We cut and wrap your meat as requested. We are also a retail meat shop with smoked meats, aged beef, pork, lamb and chicken products.

Newport Avenue Market 1121 NW Newport Ave., Bend (541) 382-3940 newportavemarket.com Open daily 7am-10pm

CENTRAL OREGON LOCAVORE

Groceries

Central Oregon Locavore

1841 NE 3rd St., Bend (541) 633-7388 centraloregonlocavore.org Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat-Sun, 10am-4pm Locavore is a 501c3 nonprofit 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 our local farms and ranchers. Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Zajac Farm, Fields Farm, Mahonia Gardens, DD Ranch, Rickety Bridget Ranch, Crooked River Bison, Vaquero Valley Ranch, Piggyback Ranch, and many more!

Since opening in 1976, we are the #1 choice of foodies in Central Oregon. Today, we are a 100-percent employee-owned specialty grocer that supports local producers and offers an expansive selection of high-quality, in-demand food and beverage items, including 500 varieties of craft beer. Proudly Sourcing from: Volcano Veggies, Tender Greens, Central Oregon Veterans Ranch, HolmMade Toffee, Sakari Botanicals

Melvin’s by Newport Avenue Market 160 S Fir St, Sisters (541) 549-0711 Melvinsbynam.com Open daily, 7am-7pm

Melvin’s by Newport Avenue Market is the best grocery store in Sisters for local and organic produce, specialty items, homemade soups and sandwiches, delicious meals, and the friendliest staff in town! Proudly Sourcing from: Bonta Gelato, Local Culture, Mahonia Gardens, Metolius Artisan Tea, Seed to Table Farm, Volcano Veggies, and many more!

Farm to glass, 100% natural barrel aged bbr.

BEND TASTING ROOM - 30 SW CENTURY DR, STE 140 OPEN THUR, FRI & SAT 2-7PM, SUN 12-4PM WWW.THEALEAPOTHECARY.COM

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STONE CIRCLE FARMS

Wine, Brew & Spirits The Ale Apothecary

30 SW Century Dr #140, Bend (541) 797-6265 thealeapothecary.com Tasting Room Hours: Thu-Sat, 2pm-7pm; Sun, 12pm-4pm The Ale Apothecary is committed to making totally natural beer with Oregon farm-sourced ingredients. We barrel-age everything we make and strive to build beers that reflect the rich culture of this ancient beverage. We value above all else the place (where we make the beer), our unique process (how we make the beer) and our ingredients (what our beer is made of). These three items combine to embody our authenticity of production, which is our commitment of quality and value. Proudly Sourcing from: Mecca Grade Estate Malt, Thomas Orchards, DD Ranch


Did You Know?

Savory Spice partners with HDFFA to provide spices for our Fresh Harvest Kits at food pantries.

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

At Deschutes Brewery we offer local ingredients in our daily specials and buy produce from local farms. Proudly Sourcing from: Rainshadow Organics, Casad Family Farms and Fields Farm and Tender Greens.

Maragas Winery

Doug Maragas 15523 SW Hwy 97, Culver (541) 546-5464 info@maragaswinery.com maragaswinery.com In season: daily, 11am-5pm; Off season: closed Tue 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 9619 NW Columbia Dr., Madras (541) 526-8152 meccagrade.com Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm

Mecca Grade is an estate malthouse located on 1,000 irrigated acres in the beautiful Central Oregon High Desert. Our 8th generation Oregon farming family grows and malts all of our own specialty grain on-site; selling directly to local breweries and distilleries. Proudly processing in Central Oregon and malting our own grain.

DESCHUTES BREWERY

Sunriver Brewing Company

Worthy Brewing

Sunriver Pub and Galveston Pub by Sunriver Brewing Company. Serving award winning beer alongside quality food sourcing local and regional ingredients when possible. Proudly Sourcing from: Barley Beef, Cascade Family Farms, Novicky Farms, Vaquero Valley Ranch

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 inlcludes a hop yard with 22 varieties, including experimental breeds from OSU and Indie Hops. Proudly Sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead and Mecca Grade Estate Malt

Sunriver at 57100 Beaver Ln., Bldg 4 Bend at 1005 NW Galveston Ave. (541) 306-5188 sunriverbrewingcompany.com Sun-Thu, 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-11pm

495 NE Bellevue Dr., Bend (541) 647-6970 worthybrewing.com

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Did You Know? Accomodations

Brasada Ranch Resort

16986 Brasada Ranch Rd., Powell Butte (541) 604-0847 brasada.com Brasada is nestled into the mountains overlooking Bend where you will find luxurious suites and cabins, a championship golf course, Spa Brasada, and farmto-table dining at the Ranch House Restaurant and Ranch Restaurant. Ride miles of soft trails, hike our 1,800 acres and take in legedary sunsets. Proudly Sourcing from: Sweet Posy Floral, Windflower Farm

For every $1 spent on local food direct from a farmer, 76¢ stays in the Central Oregon economy, versus 28¢ for imported foods.

Freshfields Farm

Donna Lemieux-Brehm 19189 Dayton Rd., Bend (503) 970-9852 freshfieldsfarmbend@gmail.com freshfieldsfarmbend.com See website for more details. Farm stand open late June. Our eggs are always available 24-7. We are a small farm that specializes in pasture-fed, free range eggs and pesticide free vegetables, herbs and flowers. We also have a CSA program for 8 weeks this summer and occational culinary classes from Donna, a trained pastry chef. Grass-fed lamb and beef available. We are also a farmstay with a private wing for lodging. Farmstay guests have access to our animals and chickens as well as exploring our garden. Proudly growing our own food.

Catering

Pacific Edge Events

310 SW Industrial Way, Bend (541) 633-8311 PacificEdgeEvents.com Tue-Sat, 11am-8pm Food service provider, sports & entertainment, food trucks, private caterer. Proudly Sourcing from: Crooked River Bison Ranch, DD Ranch, Windy Acres Dairy, Tender Greens, Seahorse Chocolate, Strictly Organic Coffee

Internationally known. Locally grown.

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Nonprofit & Agricultural Support 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 suppoirting farmers and ranchers and informing consumers.

MAHONIA GARDENS

Rockin’ Dave’s Bistro & Backstage 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: Agriculural Connections, Tender Greens, Great American Egg, Metolius Tea

Wild Oregon Foods

61334 S Hwy 97, Bend (541) 668-6344 wildoregonfoods.com Wed-Sun, 11am-8pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-9pm; weekend brunch

Central Oregon Locavore

Located on Bend’s South End, Wild Oregon is a family owned and run restaurant and bar inspired by the farmers and ranchers from around the Pacific Northwest. We serve seasonal and local comfort food and craft cocktails in an easy atmosphere. Proudly Sourcing from: Casad Family Farms, Rainshadow Organics, Mahonia Gardens, Rickety Bridge Ranch, Agricultural Connections

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

Locavore is a 501c3 nonprofit 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 our local farms and ranchers.

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Deschutes County Farm Bureau

Seed to Table Farm

(541) 633-2057 Facebook @Deschutes-County-FarmBureau

The Deschutes County Farm Bureau is your agricultural resource no matter the size or type of operation you have.

Friends of Family Farmers (503) 581-7124 friendsoffamilyfarmers.org

998 E Black Butte Ave., Sisters (541) 480-9039 seedtotableoregon.org Seed to Table is a non-profit education farm dedicated to increasing the health and wellness of the Central Oregon community. Purchase affordable produce, join us for family events and learn about opportunities to be involved in the local food system.

Friends of Family Farmers (FoFF) is the voice for Oregon’s independent family farmers. They are a statewide non-profit advocating for policies that support family farmers and ranchers. In addition they run programs such as the Oregon Pasture Network, Oregon Farm Link, and InFARMation. HDFFA GLEANING AT DOME GROWN PRODUCE

OSU Extension Small Farms Central Oregon

3800 SW Airport Way, Bldg. 4, Redmond (541) 548-6088 extension.oregonstate.edu/deschutes Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm

Central Oregon Seeds, Inc. 1747 NW Mill St., Madras (541) 325-1344 cosi.ag

Central Oregon Seeds, Inc. specializes in multiplying hybrid carrot seed and Kentucky Bluegrass seed varieties for breeding companies around the world.  COSI contracts with 35-40 local Central Oregon farmers to grow these seeds and then processes the seed and herbs for shipment back to their customers. COSI currently supplies 40% of the world’s supply of hybrid carrot seed (65% of US supply).

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

Veteran outreach local non-profit farm offering seasonal produce including lettuce, greenhouse cherry tomatoes, micro greens, basil. You can purchase produce at the ranch or find our produce at local restaurants, Central Oregon Locavore, and Newport Market.

The OSU Extension Small Farms Program supports the development of sustainable agriculture in Central Oregon, with a focus on small-scale horticultural cropping systems. The program addresses the needs and interests of producers in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson Counties through educational programming and applied research. Send an email if you’d like to know about upcoming projects and workshops!

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!

HDFFA GLEANING

L&S

Farm and Garden

From Our Farm to Your Table EVERYTHING RHUBARB!

Jams • Jellies • Salsas • Fresh Rhubarb Linda & Sonny Stephenson 541-408-2295 RETAIL • WHOLESALE • CERTIFIED KITCHEN 4243 NW Gerke Road • Prineville, OR 97754 ~ WE DELIVER or Pickup Products by Appointment ~

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Proud To Support The HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM ALLIANCE www.CoastalFarm.com


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

An Agricultural Advocacy Organization, representing all farm sizes, production methods and commodities. FOR MORE INFO CALL

503-399-1701

We accept SNAP vouchers `

HOURS Mon - 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!

www.centraloregonlocavore.org

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

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

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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today!

AND REDUCE YOUR FOOD WASTE! It’s easy to plan your menu for the week. Just think about how many meals you’ll eat at home and how long before your next shopping trip. It’ll be even easier when you sign up, take the Food Waste Challenge and download a meal planner from our online toolkit. Don’t forget to plan a leftovers night!

TIP: Be sure to shop your own kitchen first! RethinkWasteProject.org/FoodWaste

Stronger together At Pacific Power, we are proud to support the High Desert Food and Farm Alliance and the Veggie Rx program for a healthy community. Learn more at PoweringGreatness.com.

© 2019 Pacific Power A project of The Environmental Center

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

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July 31 - August 4, 2019

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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 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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2019 Food & Farm Directory  

This FREE annual publication of the High Desert Food & Farm Alliance is full of information to connect High Desert citizens and visitors wit...

2019 Food & Farm Directory  

This FREE annual publication of the High Desert Food & Farm Alliance is full of information to connect High Desert citizens and visitors wit...

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