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Celebrating HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM

Directory

Your guide to

Grown, Raised, and Crafted

Years of Growing HIGH DESERT

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food products.


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HDFFA thanks the following Sponsors for their generous support!

Coastal Farm Deschutes County Farm Bureau

Food4All Instant Landscaping OSU Extension

Worthy Brewing The Bulletin

We recognize that a few of our past and new sponsors who have provided years of support and dedication were not able to participate this year. We look forward to seeing you again next year and want to honor your commitment to us: A Greener World, Brasada Ranch, Rogue Farm Corps and El Sancho.

Thank You HDFFA Volunteers, and our Retired and Current Board Members

Thank you to our Retired Board Members: Alaina Baker, Megan French, Jeffrey Haney, Carly Sanders and Clare Sullivan. Current Board Members: Laura Pennevaria (Chair), Owen Murphy (Secretary), Jane Sabin-Davis (Treasurer), Kathy Barguil, Amanda Gow, Christa Marney, Juli McKee, Laura Moss, John Warinner and Tracy Wilson

Thank you HDFFA Volunteers for contributing your expertise and hundreds of hours to our programs! HDFFA | HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM DIRECTORY 2020 |

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This is your guide to local food & farms. In our 9th 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. This FREE community resource and local food guide is produced by the High Desert Food & Farm Alliance on behalf of all our partners that grow, raise and make local products. Local means the tri-county region of Central Oregon.

Hungry For More? This directory is available online at hdffa.org CLICK “Find Local Food” hdffa.org | info@hdffa.org 541-390-3572 HDFFA |

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The amazing HDFFA Staff (left to right): Carrie Mack, Chantel Welch, Hannah Brzozowski, Laurie Wayne, Katrina Van Dis and Rachel Levy.

A letter from our Executive Director Central Oregon is deeply rooted in agriculture, but these roots are deeper than what we witness today. This land is home to me, I feel it in my soul: in the dirt that I dig to grow my food. Yet, there is an older story that goes beyond what I can tell. A story that can be told by the Indigenous peoples who lived and continue to live upon this land, and whose practices and spiritualities are tied to the land in a way that continues to evolve, develop and teach us every day. As members of the High Desert community, it is our responsibility to hold space for the Wasco, Warm Springs, and Paiute peoples who also call this land home. This arid soil holds their traditions and knowledge, just as it does the food that we eat today. Robin Wall Kimmerer, a Citizen of Potawatomi Nation, says, “plants speak in a tongue that every breathing thing can understand. Plants teach in a universal language: food.” The High Desert Food & Farm Alliance believes that everyone deserves good food and that our food connects us to each other. When we founded HDFFA we first listened to others, then we created an organization and programs to support our community: focused on food and farms. We continuously improve and provide for a more inclusive and equitable food system using our partners and community as our guiding light and compass. We will continue this tradition so that our impact will be felt and experienced by everyone in a way that honors this land and its peoples.

PLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS. Look for this logo at participating businesses

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Whats Inside:

HDFFA celebrating 10 years ...................... 6 COVID and looking forward ................... 7 Farming in Central Oregon...................... 8-9 The passion behind our farmers ............. 10-11 Agricultural Support Program............... 12 Grow & Give Program.................................. 13 VeggieRx Program......................................... 14 Accessing Local Food................................ 15 Stretching your dollar ............................ 16 Coupons .......................................................... 17 Taste This campaign..................................... 18 Seasonality Chart........................................ 19 Superstars, PARTNER PLEDGE ...................... 21 Farms & RANCHES AT A GLANCE................... 22-23 Directory ........................................................ 24-44 FARMERS & RANCHERS .................................... 25-32 FARMERS MARKETS .......................................... 33 HERBS, SEEDS, PLANTS & LANDSCAPES ......... 33-34 DAIRY ................................................................. 34 COFFEE, TEA & BAKED GOODS ...................... 35 SPECIALTY FOODS ............................................ 35-36 FOOD TRUCKS .................................................. 37 RESTAURANTS ................................................... 37-40 DISTRIBUTORS ................................................... 41 GROCERS ........................................................... 41 WINE, BEER, SPIRITS & KOMBUCHA ................ 42-43 ACCOMMODATIONS ........................................ 43 CATERING .......................................................... 43 NONPROFIT & AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT PARTNERS ......................................... 44 Cover Photo By: Amanda Photographic Farm Photo: Rainshadow Organics

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Pine Mountain Ranch

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Tomatoes by Jess Wieland

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17 Farm, Ranch and Business Coupons

Veggie Pizza

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HDFFA: Celebrating 10 Years It’s hard to believe that HDFFA started ten years ago! Born from the Central Oregon Food Summit and the good graces of many wise and strong-willed citizens, the Central Oregon Food Policy Council was developed to “strengthen our Central Oregon communities by securing the future of the local food system”. As the need for on-the-ground programs became evident, we narrowed our mission and changed our name, but stayed true to our focus of supporting regional farmers and ranchers to produce food for the greater community to access.

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Over ten years we have grown from a volunteer-driven organization to six staff, 63 farm and ranch partners, and 61 food business partners. Our first tri-fold Food & Farm Directory was published in 2012 connecting thousands of Central Oregonians to farmers, ranchers, and food businesses. Our first official programs were started and led by volunteer board members including: Seed to Supper, Cooking Matters and Grow & Give. In 2015, we hired our first employee, held our first Chef-Farmer Mixer and Local Food Challenge events, and solidified our Agricultural Support program. In 2018, we piloted the first VeggieRx program in Central Oregon, further integrating health and wellness into our food access programming. The success of HDFFA is founded on over 40 dedicated volunteers offering years of their time and service. We will continue collaborating with community partners for what is truly needed in a more inclusive and equitable food system. We look forward to the bounty that the next ten years will bring.

A special thank you to our 9 year business partners Agriculture Connections Central Oregon Locavore Deschutes Brewery Jackson’s Corner Lone Pine Coffee Roasters Newport Ave. Market Rockin Daves Bagel Bistro Whole Foods Market

Everyone Deserves Good Food. We make it happen.

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When Years ofit comes Growingto local foods, we’re all in. Use this Directory as your guide to begin or advance your steps in making local a priority and resource for all.

As COVID spread across Central Oregon this spring, we witnessed how it touched our entire community. What is usually a time of new growth and reconnection after winter hibernation was instead a time of social distancing, food scarcity and heavy job losses. Food insecurity has been widely overlooked and misunderstood until now. What was momentarily uncomfortable for most of us - shelves without food - is a daily struggle for 28,000 Central Oregonians who lack reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. Food access is a basic necessity. At HDFFA, we are founded on the belief that everyone deserves good food from local sources, and that our food connects us to each other. We make this happen. During the growing season we collect and distribute fresh food from local farmers to the regional food bank, serving over 40% of their clients in 2019 with 16,000 pounds of food. We provide access to fresh food for low-income residents experiencing diet-related diseases, such as heart disease or type II diabetes, by providing vouchers for produce at the Bend and Redmond Farmers Markets and in Prineville through VeggieRx.

What’s important to know is that local food is grown by Central Oregon farmers, raised by ranchers, made by chefs, salsa makers, toffee experts, brewers, and caterers.

HDFFA supports these producers and knows that they rely on you to purchase from them beyond COVID times. Many of our partners have laid off staff, closed their doors, or started road-side farm stands as they continue to face uncertainty. At the same time, our most vulnerable residents are struggling even more to access fresh, nutrient-dense foods. This difficulty of access extends to agricultural workers who pick fruits, harvest vegetables, and process animals, and yet are not eligible for assistance and struggle with food insecurity. The resiliency of our food community inspires us to do our work. The folks who grow, raise, and craft local foods need to know they can count on our support, in good years and in bad. Without a local food system, we’re dependent on imported food, and if that is disrupted our food stocks would only last three days.

Make local a permanent part of your life. If 10% of households in Central Oregon spent $8 per month buying directly from a farmer versus purchasing produce from a commercial grocery store, we would invest $775,000 into our local economy, create 13 jobs and provide $263,000 in wages for Central Oregonians. HDFFA | HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM DIRECTORY 2020 |

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FARMING in Central Oregon BY MEGAN FRENCH, BOUNDLESS FARMSTEAD

This land of dusty hooves and yipping coyotes, of soaring Red Tails and darting marmots. This land where the sun is intense or fleeting, where the clouds are invisible or rumble full of thunder, where the breeze gently soothes or fiercely fights, where the nights are always cold. This land where fields are a palate swept brilliantly with wildflowers or scorched black with wildfire. This land is where we steward and where we call home. Our fingers are cracked from arid sand, our hair bleached from the desert sun, and our cheeks blush from the endless wind. We know the value of a wellused handkerchief and a well-loved dog. We know the absolute sweetness of the air after the rain soaks the sage leaves and the sun warms the Ponderosa bark, like the delicate scent of an incense burning in the adjacent room. We know the harm of a single seed of cheatgrass or an unwatched step near warming rocks. And above all, we know so deeply the importance of observation. Because to be observant, in this land, is to be resilient.

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Everyday we walk our fields, both looking for life, and for death. We notice the sand lilies have bloomed, and deem it spring; or the rabbitbrush bloomed and deem it autumn. We check our plants for the frost damage they almost certainly have sustained. We take note of their vigor, plunge our hands into the earth to check their roots, check the moisture, check for pests. We wish we could spend more time observing, but the time for a long day’s work started about an hour before dawn. The hens are fed (our favorites are told a story), the chicks are checked for warmth, and the whole time our sweet farm dog shadows and pays no mind at all to frantic squawking birds.


Second cup of coffee and we remember a restless night’s sleep; born from the bright moon heading towards full again, the impending frost, and the long to-do list. But, no matter, because the frogs croaked a midnight orchestral melody and the owls added a back-up ensemble, eventually lulling me to sleep. The farmer is the carpenter, the electrician, the plumber, the grower, the vet, the cook, and the poet. The farmer’s day never ends, only changes from one number on the calendar to the next. But, this is no job; there are no chores except that of calling family every weekend, there is no clock except that of a hungry belly, and there is no boss except weather and bugs and soil. There is only purpose. To steward this land, one must be resilient. But, resilience comes in many forms. To be resilient is to be chilled to the bone all day standing in front of a broken tractor or a hurt animal feeling powerless, but forging forward toward a solution. To be resilient is to be fixing fence in the dark, wanting nothing more

than a kiss goodnight and a warm bed, but knowing that will come again soon. To be resilient is to grow food with care; to seed, plant, weed, water, weed, water, and harvest, and to hope to the moon that those customers show up to that rainy market. To be resilient is to know that strength lies in the quality of community, the greatness of love, and the humility of head, to continue to observe, learn, and steward.

The farmer is the carpenter, the electrician, the plumber, the grower, the vet, the cook, and the poet. The farmer’s day never ends, only changes from one number on the calendar to the next.

Amanda

Photographic Supporting Local Businesses with Delicious Imagery

541-829-2756 www.amandaphotographic.com HDFFA | HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM DIRECTORY 2020 |

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The passion behind the People. We are grateful to these longstanding Farm and Ranch Partners who have been a part of the HDFFA family for at least 9 years. We asked them, “Why do you continue farming and ranching in Central Oregon, and why is it important?”

This is what they told us. White Diamond Ranch, Ashwood

Ann Synder

I have been farming and ranching, or connected with it, in Oregon nearly all my life. I have been raising sheep, meat goats and sometimes hogs in Central Oregon for 30+ years, and here in Ashwood in Jefferson County for 20+. My heart is in working with other farmers and ranchers around the area and the state to develop more sustainable practices and local markets providing good, local food to our communities. My heart is in working for the betterment of this area and the state of Oregon. I have been working with HDFFA since its beginning.

DD Ranch, Terrbonne

Linda and Jeff

The two most important reasons why we continue to farm in Central Oregon are 1) we are committed to providing our family and community with food raised the way that we care deeply about… no chemicals, following organic standards, 100% grassfed, locally grown and 2) it’s a great life and a great way to raise our children.

Central Oregon Ostrich, REDMOND

Michael and Danielle

My wife and I are both Central Oregon Natives, and having grown up in this area we have a strong pride for the resiliency of the local agricultural community. We believe local food production, and a connection to nature are critical elements of a healthy lifestyle and fundamental to the future of our children. Our work optimizing extensive farm practices for small ostrich farms is one small piece of a beautiful mosaic that the farming/ranching community is paying forward to future generations.

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Rainshadow Organics, Terrebonne

Sarahlee and Ashanti

We farm and ranch because raising the food we eat is our passion. Offering organic, nutrient dense food to our community while educating the next generation of farmers is our purpose. We are deeply in love with our land and entwined with the daily miracles of life. Our intimacy with each meal is a way of life and it would be impossible to disconnect now. It is most important to us that our work promotes widespread regenerative eating for the health of our mother earth.

Pine Mountain Ranch, Bend

Loretta and Alan

Ranching in Central Oregon is a positive experience for the animals and for their caretakers. The elevation is great for the bison and yaks. Quality hay abounds and the needed systems for raising livestock is right here in the community. The Central Oregon community is dedicated to supporting local business. Raising our family on the ranch in Bend has been a blessing and we look forward to continuing to be a part of the ranching and agricultural community for years to come.

Farmers and ranchers are the backbone of our food system. We are inspired by them everyday and honor their passion and commitment to making local a habit.

Bendbeef.com vvrccbeef@gmail.com

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HDFFA PROGRAM Agricultural Support We value our family farmers and ranchers and know that the summer days of sweltering heat yet freezing nights can be both challenging and exhilarating; that watching cattle graze with the red glow of a sunset is one reward for a long day’s work.

We host free and low-cost educational workshops for farmers and ranchers; connect them with consumers, businesses and institutions; and provide free marketing materials.

PHOTO BY: North 44 FARM

To ease the challenge of not only growing and raising food but also marketing, distributing, transporting and selling, we provide technical support and economic opportunities to improve the livelihood of farmers and ranchers. Support includes workshops, co-marketing and infrastructure grants. “The Season Extender [grant] immensely increases the amount of higher-dollar crops we can produce, our length of growing season, and diversity. Without a propagation greenhouse...onions, tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, and more would be off the table...The more that we can push the seasonal window for more

crops, the more Central Oregonians see buying local as a good option!” -2019 Season Extender grant recipient

Since 2014, we’ve awarded $37,000 in season extender grants and provided multiple in-person training events. In 2019, we initiated an Agricultural Advisory Committee, giving farmers and ranchers from each county a voice and investment in HDFFA’s activities. We improve farm viability by purchasing farm direct for our food access programs VeggieRx and Grow & Give. In 2020, we’ll kick-off our regional Local Food Campaign – “Get a Taste of this Place” (p. 18 for details). Look for this logo to find Central Oregon grown, raised and crafted food.

For more information on our Agricultural Support program contact Laurie Wayne:

laurie@hdffa.org

HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM ALLIANCE: A look back on 10 years of support,

2010

Central Oregon Food Policy Council formed representing farmers and ranchers, food businesses, hunger relief, public health, land-use, local government, university and the community-at-large.

2013

First food access event for homeless residents.

2012

COFPC becomes a 501c3 nonprofit. Published our first tri-fold Food & Farm Directory.

Buy Fresh Buy Local campaign helps connect people to local farmers and food businesses.

2014

Name changed to High Desert Food & Farm Alliance Started Seed to Supper and Grow & Give.

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2015

Hired our first employee. Started Cooking Matters in each county and Farm Support programming.


HDFFA PROGRAM GROW & GIVE

Grow & Give is the only fresh food donation program of its kind in Central Oregon

Starting in May, HDFFA and volunteers glean produce from farmers’ greenhouses, including salad greens and radishes. During the summer, we host booths at regional farmers markets where YOU can donate money or food, and gardeners or farmers can donate excess fruits or vegetables. The majority of the produce is collected in the fall when we coordinate our Glean Team volunteers to glean (harvest or pick) excess produce from farmers’ fields. “At The Giving Plate, we believe in providing our guests the best food possible, which includes a balance of fresh foods as well as shelf-stable pantry items. Often, when we have fresh foods donated those items are at the end of their “life” and need to be [distributed] very quickly before they go bad... Partnerships like the one we have with HDFFA mean a lot to us

because they help us offer our guests the balanced nutrition they deserve.” -Ranae Staley, Executive Director, The Giving Plate

Every year we collect over 15,000 lbs. for NeighborImpact Food Bank who distributes to their 50+ partner agencies throughout Central Oregon. In 2019, our donations fed 11,000 people. 59,825 lbs. of fresh, local produce donated since 2014. In 2019 we provided 1,200 Fresh Harvest Kits - ready-to-make meal kits that include fresh produce, pantry staple items, recipes and Savory Spice Shop spices.

For more information on our Food Access programs, contact Rachel Levy:

rachel@hdffa.org education and advocacy for our Central Oregon food growers and providers.

2016

Supported the formation of Crooked River Open Pastures in Crook County to bring more tourists to rural parts of Central Oregon.

2017

Hired our Executive Director, Katrina Van Dis, who was a founder, board member and the visionary for the organization.

2018

Established VeggieRx further integrating health and wellness into our food access programming.

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HDFFA PROGRAM VEGGIERx

The goal of VeggieRx is to increase the consumption of fresh vegetables and fruits to improve healthy eating habits while supporting our local farmers.

We believe that everyone deserves good food. We know that in order to make healthy food choices these foods need to be accessible and affordable to everyone. VeggieRx is a free program available in Bend, Redmond and Prineville, and if needed, assistance is provided for transportation costs to the program location. We designed our program so that all of the vegetables and fruits that participants eat are from regional farmers. Since 2018, we have invested $27,000 into the pockets of farmers with a total impact of $46,980 on the local economy. In 2020, we will purchase $25,000 in crops from local farms, providing 7,500 meals for 200 + families. This program is entirely funded by a grant from the Central Oregon Health Council, who has committed to the first fresh food prescription program in Central Oregon. “The patients that participate in VeggieRx take a hands on approach

to their health. They are inspired by the fresh local produce, recipes and ideas that they haven’t heard before in this setting. I think taking nutrition education out of the clinic and helping them apply it in the real world is invaluable.” - Megann Dastrup, Dietitian, Mosaic Medical

Our fresh food prescription program supports individuals experiencing food insecurity and diet related diseases such as type II diabetes, heart disease and/or obesity. Last year we positively impacted the lives of 600+ family members in Crook and Deschutes counties in partnership with our local health care system. In 2019, our program expanded from Bend to Redmond and Prineville. VeggieRx provided over 7,500 meals made with fresh local food.

For more information on VeggieRx contact Hannah Brzozowski:

hannah@hdffa.org 2019

Collaborated with NeighborImpact to purchase Fresh to You mobile food pantry and distribute VeggieRx and Fresh Harvest Kits.

2020

HDFFA celebrates 10 years of supporting a sustainable and just regional food system recognizing that advancing these values is ever evolving.

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In 10 years, HDFFA has donated 59,825 lbs. of fresh local food from Central Oregon farmers to the Food Bank, and invested $64,000 in local farms and ranches utilizing private/public grants.


Accessing Local Food Choosing to buy local food is a way for you to support our food system not only with your dollar but with your voice & choice.

You’re not only investing in regional producers and small food businesses, you’re investing in:

STRONGER local economy HDFFA invests in and strengthens our community’s connection to local food. Get a Taste of Central Oregon with us!

Grow your own: Start your own seeds in container gardening, raised beds, or community garden plots. These are great options to access local food right from your backyard! (see page 33 for partners offering herbs, seeds, plants, and landscaping services) and visit https:// extension.oregonstate.edu/gardening for Central Oregon gardening advice.

Eat seasonally: When a balanced diet reflects what’s in season, your food will taste better, be more nutritious, have a smaller environmental impact, and may save you money! (see page 19 for our seasonality chart).

A sustainable environment dollars may be matched through Double Up Food Bucks (ask the market manager). All markets are ADA accessible and you can find bus routes online at www.cascadeseasttransit.com (see page 33 for farmers market locations).

Try a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA): This is a fun way to discover new foods while giving farmers guaranteed income at the start of the season. This is a great option for individuals or families. Two farmers accept SNAP for CSA payments (Rainshadow Organics and Boundless Farmstead) and many offer scholarships or payment plans. (see page 22-23 for a list of CSAs).

Shop at Farmers Markets: Each county in our region offers a farmers market. Many of them accept SNAP and starting this year SNAP

Support eateries sourcing local:

Better nutrition From restaurants to food trucks to breweries and more, Central Oregon has a multitude of businesses that are proud to source locally (see page 4 for the HDFFA sticker). When you eat out, let restaurants know their local ingredients keep you coming back! (see page 34 for business listings).

DID YOU KNOW?

For every $1 you spend on local food, $0.76 stays in the local economy vs $0.28 on imported foods. Ask yourself, can I find (broccoli, lettuce or ground beef) locally?

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Stretching Your Local Food Dollars.

Practice stretching your local food dollars with these tips and tricks Shop in season - Take advantage of the best price (and flavor) as items become available in season at your grocery store and farmers markets.

Additional food ACCESS resources:

Preservation - Grab an extra bag or two of your favorite produce and preserve, dehydrate or freeze foods so you can enjoy local year round (info at https:// extension.oregonstate.edu/deschutes).

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can be found at

Get happy! - Find happy hour or locals night specials offered at HDFFA featured restaurants and breweries. Plan ahead - Meal planning can help ensure you only purchase what you need, eliminate food waste, and save time later in the week when hunger hits. Stay flexible - Substitute ingredients when you can to take advantage of what’s on sale. Bulk buys - Check out the bulk bins for low priced pantry staples and attend Fill Your Pantry this fall to stock up on storage crops at a great price.

www.oregon.gov/dhs/assistance/food-benefits/ Women Infants and Children (WIC) clinic locations and resources can be found by calling 211 or at

www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/HEALTHYPEOPLE FAMILIES/WIC/ Central Oregon food pantries

www.neighborimpact.org/get-help/get-food/

Buy a half or quarter cow or pig and save dollars off the pound, consider splitting it with a friend or divvying up with your family. Go straight to the source - Connect with your local farmers and ranchers to buy in bulk directly from them. Use HDFFA coupons listed on page 17.

Did you know?

Fill Your Pantry is a community bulk buying event held Nov 14th, where you can buy local food in bulk including vegetables, grains, meats, ferments and more. www.centraloregonfillyourpantry.com

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CHALLENGE

OUR FOOD IS TOO GOOD TO WASTE.

today!

Whether it’s moldy cheese, limp celery or old leftovers, chances are you — and many others just like you — wasted food this week. Did you know the average American wastes 254 lbs of edible food each year? The average family of 4 spends about $1,600 a year on food they throw away. An estimated 25% of the waste in Central Oregon’s Knott Landfill in our own community is food waste! Sign up and pledge to reduce food waste today at RethinkWasteProject.org/FoodWaste.

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HDFFA

Farm, Ranch & Business COUPONS

2Sisters Ranch Wagyu

Dome Grown Produce

Pioneer Ranch

Buy 1 “Premium Share” Butcher box, get 1 free Stir Fry box

Receive $10 off your first Harvest Bucks card!

(value $119)

Expires 7/15/20

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

Amy’s Lavender & Garden Produce

Dump City Dumplings

Rainshadow Organics

Get $1 off any order at the restaurant

Spend $25 or more at our Store & Resturaunt and get 20% off entire purchase (one time use only)

Buy any size oil or hydrosol and get 1 free (limit 1 per customer)

Bluestone Natural Farms Buy 5 lbs. of pork sausage get 1 free (limit 1 per customer). Expires 12/31/20 or while supplies last.

Bonta Gelato Buy One, Get One

Boone Dog Pizza Buy one pizza. Get second one 1/2 off

Canyon Moon Farms 10% off a minimum purchase of $10 at market (limit 1 per customer)

Cascade Mountain Pastures 10% off on-farm sales of beef and lamb

Central Oregon Locavore Non Profit $5 off $25 for new customers

(limit 1 per customer)

Freedom Rock Farms Buy three packages of meat and receive your fourth free!

Golden Eagle Organics 10% off of $100 or more purchased at 2020 NW Crossing or Bend Farmers Market

Keystone Natural Beef

Rockin’ Dave’s Bistro & Backstage Lounge Buy One Entree, Get One Free! Backstage Lounge only. Expires 9/30/2020.

Root Cellar Complimentary cup of bone broth with purchase.

Sakari Farms LLC

Free 1 lb.package of ground beef with any retail purchase of $250 or more

Buy one Get one Free

Larkin Valley Ranch

Sungrounded Farm

Buy 10 lbs. ground beef, receive 11th lb. free! (limit 1 per customer)

10% off your purchase at Farmer’s Market (limit one per customer)

Mahonia Gardens

The Garden Cafe & Ora Juice Co.

$5 off purchase of $25 or more at Bend Farmers Market or Sisters farm stand

Nonna’s Cucina Buy 1 entree and get one 1/2 off of equal or lesser value (limit one per customer)

Clover Canyon Farm

North 44 Farm

Buy 1 unit of microgreens and receive a 2nd one free (limit 1 per customer )

Get 10% off your first online order by using the code ThankEwe at checkout

Mention HDFFA and get $5 off your purchase

Volcano Veggies 40% off your first 2 orders & FREE HOME DELIVERY! Use promo code: HDFFA to sign up for the Fresh Club at volcanoveggies.com (min. purchase $25)

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Get a Taste OF THIS PLACE Join the Campaign

Central Oregonians love local food. We know it’s healthier, better-tasting, better for our environment, directly supports our community’s economy, and it connects us to each other.

Look for the “Get a Taste of this Place” logo, and shop with confidence. Get Social, and tag #HDFFA and #getataste when you post images of local food. Visit HDFFA online at hdffa.org, on social media, or in person at farmers markets to learn more and snag a sticker or poster that reminds you and your friends how easy it can be to Get a Taste of This Place!

But what grows in Central Oregon, and when? Where do we get it? Can we afford it? (spoiler alert: YES!) How do we know when we have the choice to buy Central Oregon grown or raised food at the store or in a restaurant?

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A special thank you Agricultural Connections for their assistance in creating our top 10 list. Funding made possible by the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service through grant ODA-18-001-GR. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the USDA.

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Offering hundreds of local products grown, raised, produced or finished in Oregon. Nine locations in Oregon. Find yours at: wholefoodsmarket.com

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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.

Our 2020 Local Food Champions Restaurant

Food Truck

Jackson’s CORNER Wild Oregon Foods

Boone Dog Pizza

Grocery Specialty Foods

Central Oregon Locavore

Busy Izzy

OUR PARTNERS, OUR Pledge. 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 our partners agree to the following guidelines:

Farmer & Rancher Partner Pledge: Food Business Pledge: • Products sold primarily in Central Oregon.

• Business is founded or primarily operated in Central Oregon. • Mindful of conserving land and water and maintaining healthy soils, responsible and transparent use of chemicals, fertilizers, manure and other farm inputs. • Operate with humane and respectful treatment of animals.

• Products crafted and available in Central Oregon markets. • Business is founded or primarily operated in Central Oregon. • That their mission or business practices support a sustainable, regional food system. • Restaurants and other food businesses agree to source raw products from Central Oregon producers, and process foods locally to the best of their ability.

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4 Acre Farm Amy’s Lavender & Garden Produce Bluestone Natural Farms Boundless Farmstead Canyon Moon Farms Cascade Mountain Pastures

Central Oregon Ostrich

Central Oregon Veterans Ranch Clover Canyon Farm Crown C Farms LLC Crump Ranch

DD Ranch Deschutes Canyon Garlic Deschutes Gourmet Mushrooms Dome Grown Produce Double F Ranch Fields Farm Flying Double J Ranch

Freedom Rock Farms

Freshfields Farm Golden Eagle Organics Gorilla Greens LLC HolmesStead Ranch Home, Hedge, & Charm Hope Springs Dairy

In Cahoots Heirloom Apple Collaborative Keystone Natural Beef

Larkin Valley Ranch

Mahonia Gardens Mecca Grade Estate Malt Millican Valley Beef Inc

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Splitting Aces Livestock Sungrounded Farm SunLife Farm and Ranch Swan’s Farm & Flower

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Bluestone Natural Farms Michael & Onda Hueners 12555 SW Hwy 126 ,Powell Butte (541) 610-4339 ondah56@gmail.com BluestoneNaturalFarms.com Facebook: @BluestoneNaturalFarms Call for hours or appt. Farm Certified: USDA GAP

2 Sisters Ranch Wagyu

Renee Bouma (541) 797-3255 2SistersRanchWagyu@gmail.com 2SistersRanchWagyu.com Instagram: @2SistersRanch_Wagyu Call for appointment We are a family owned and operated ranch in Tumalo, Oregon that raises 100% Fullblood Wagyu. Our cattle are pasture raised in the fresh air and sunshine of Central Oregon, and are grass fed from nutrient-rich local hay, which produces an unparalleled umami flavor in the beef. On our family owned and operated ranch, we value the methods of traditional farming that prioritize the health and wellness of our animals. We believe the best beef comes from animals that are well cared for, and we work hard to provide you the highest quality meat directly from our pastures to your plate. No Antibiotics, No GMO, No Spray, No Stress.

4 Acre Farm Agustin Olea 4508 SW Eureka Ln., Madras (541) 610-4403 agustin.olea65@gmail.com Mon, Wed, Thurs, 12-5pm

PHOTO BY: AMANDA PHOTOGRAPHIC \ SUNGROUNDED FARM | AGRICULTURAL CONNECTIONS

Amy’s Lavender & Garden Produce Allen Yoder 1600 A Ave., Terrebonne (541) 410-7722 amyslavender1@gmail.com amyslavender.com Facebook: @Amys-Lavender Jun-Sep; Mon -Fri ,10am-5pm; Sat, 10am-2pm @ NWX Mrkt Oct-May, call for appt. Available online year round We produce lavender plants, essential oils, hand sanitizer, hydrosol, soap, sachets, bouquets & more, and a variety of vegetables. Our specialty is Vine Ripened Tomatoes. Visit us at the Farm Store, online at amyslavender.com, or on facebook.

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’s milk/soap, plants, vegetables, jams, relish, pickled beets, honey, jewelry, quilts, and crafts. We are an event venue.

PHOTO BY: AMANDA PHOTOGRAPHIC | WINDFLOWER FARM

Boundless Farmstead David & Megan Kellner-Rode (541) 390-4825 info@boundlessfarmstead.com boundlessfarmstead.com

Four Acre Farm grows organic vegetables for Central Oregon. We are located near Metolius, Oregon. Our water is from Opal Springs, an award winning water supply. Our hens are treated well with plenty of room to roam.

Dedicated to the earth, to our community, and to growing the best damn food we can. We use sustainable and organic-practices to grow chemical-free vegetables, fruit, and eggs. Find us at the Wednesday Bend Farmers Market, through our CSA, at Central Oregon Locavore, or in local-favorite restaurants. PHOTO BY: ASHLEY PETERSEN | SUNGROUNDED FARM

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Canyon Moon Farms Laura Fern 6225 Green Valley Rd., Prineville (541) 233-3100 canyonmoonfarms@gmail.com canyonmoonfarms.com Canyon Moon Farms is a small, women-owned farm business. We focus on growing diverse veggies, culinary herbs, cut flowers and medicinal plants. Our products are available through CSA, farmers markets and restaurant sales. Living close to the land informs our sustainable growing practices. We never use chemicals, and we work toward improving the health of the land we cultivate.

Central Oregon Veterans Ranch Orion Carriger 65920 61st St., Bend (541) 706-9062 orionc@covranch.org covranch.org Mon-Sat, 9am-2pm Central Oregon Veterans Ranch is a local non-profit farm focused on agri-therapy for local veterans. We are a volunteer based 19 acre ranch currently growing greenhouse hydroponic lettuce year round. Summer vegetables will include tomatoes, cucumbers and basil. Cage free eggs available on site and at Locavore. We will also be hosting a community garden for local veterans starting May 2020. Please call to inquire about availability and products.

Clover Canyon Farm

PHOTO BY: MICHAEL LEHMAN | CENTRAL OREGON OSTRICH

Cascade Mountain Pastures Chris Nichols 18130 Hwy 126, Sisters (503) 380-7433 cascademountainpastures@gmail.com Facebook: CascadeMountainPastures Instagram: CascadeMountainPastures Open Daily, call for appointment We raise sheep, goats, beef and laying hens with a focus on soil health and good pasture management -- no antibiotics, and grain only to supplement the chickens.

Central Oregon Ostrich Michael Lehman (541) 923-5076 michael@CentralOregonOstrich.com CentralOregonOstrich.com Facebook: @centraloregonostrich Call for appointment Ostrich is 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.

Josie Keyes (503) 780-8350 clovercanyonfarms@gmail.com Open May-Oct Located outside of Sisters, Clover Canyon Farm is a market garden that offers CSA shares, microgreens, poultry, eggs, and locally sourced wild foraged goods. We are dedicated to growing healthy and chemicalfree food for our community by using sustainable farming practices.

Crown C Farms LLC Jim Crocker (541) 480-9070 jim_crocker@hotmail.com crowncllc.com First crops available late June. 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. We also operate a farmstand at the farm that 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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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.

DD Ranch Linda Anspach 3836 NE Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne (541) 548-1432 linda@ddranch.net ddranch.net Call for appointment Grass fed beef, grass fed lamb, heritage pork, raw local honey, eggs, rhubarb, petting zoo, play areas. Fall pumpkin patch, field trips, parties, corporate events and weddings.

Deschutes Canyon Garlic Gia Matzinger (650) 207-0879 info@deschutescanyongarlic.com deschutescanyongarlic.com Farm Certified: Oregon Tilth Deschutes Canyon Garlic specializes in growing unique and flavorful varieties of certified organic culinary garlic as well as seed garlic adapted to our Central Oregon climate for local farmers and gardeners.

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

Dome Grown Produce Amanda Benkert 7858 SW 61st St.,Redmond (541) 678-3064 amanda@domegrown.org domegrown.org May-Oct, call for appointment Small, market farm growing fresh vegetables, hemp, and a variety of herbs in just under an acre. We grow in a sustainable & natural way, using NO chemical fertilizers or herbicides. We use compost for soil building, plants flowers and shrubs to attract beneficial insects, and we do most of the work by hand using intensive planting methods. We are growing even more food for the community this season than ever! Look for our vegetables at Central Oregon Locavore and the Redmond farmers market. Get a Harvest Bucks card to save on fresh produce all season at the market!

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Double F Ranch Katia Steckly (541) 489-3212 katia@doublefranch.com doublefranch.com Facebook: @DoubleFRanchMeatCSA Monthly Bend pickup; 3rd Friday of the month, 3-5pm A Meat CSA membership is your year-round connection to local meats. Know your food, learn new recipes and grow more confident in the kitchen. Grass-finished beef and lamb, pastured pork and poultry with free-range eggs. Convenient 10 or 20#/mo share sizes.

Fields Farm Debbie Fields 61915 Pettigrew Rd., Bend (541) 382-8059 fieldsfarmdeschutes@gmail.com fields.farm Daylight hours for the farm stand Fields Farm is a small farm located on the east side of Bend, growing delicious produce since 1989 with no pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Composting and crop rotation are important parts of our farming practice. All fields and greenhouses are spread with compost every year.

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

541.977.1138

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Flying Double J Ranch Jessie Rall (541) 604-4661 experience@flyingdoublejranch.com flyingdoublejranch.com Visits by appt. only, call or email Flying Double J Ranch is a small family farm located in Powell Butte, Oregon that produces grass-fed, pasture raised beef, pork and eggs without using any hormones or antibiotics. Our curly haired heritage Mangalitsa hogs are bred on our property and are available as shares and feeder pigs. Scottish Highland cattle are grass fed and grain finished and available as shares. We have a variety of chicken breeds which leads to a rainbow of amazing eggs, available by the whole and half dozen.

Freedom Rock Farms Julie Reber 22225 Bear Creek Rd., Bend (415) 609-3677 julie@juliereber.com freedomrockfarms.com Facebook: @freedomrockfarms Instagram: @freedomrockfarm Open Daily 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 our website for dates and times our farm stand is in operation.

Golden Eagle Organics Brian Lepore 62900 Eagle Rd., Bend (541) 214-5467 brian@goldeneagleorganics.com goldeneagleorganics.com Call for appointment Farm Certified: Animal Welfare Approved, Oregon Tilth and USDA Certified Organic We raise Animal Welfare Approved, Certified Grass-fed lamb and goat for meat and Certified Organic produce, eggs and berries.

Gorilla Greens LLC Chris Stahn (541) 250-0900 chris@gorillagreens.farm gorillagreens.farm Mon-Sat 10am-4pm; closed Sunday 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.

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Home, Hedge, & Charm Lanigan Vitaceae (541) 904-5498 homehedgeandcharm@gmail.com homehedgeandcharm.com Home, Hedge, & Charm is a woman owned farm practicing permaculture principles north of Sisters, Oregon. Polyculture methods are used to grow flowers, vegetables, herbs, and berries. CSA shares, wool, soap, beeswax candles, jams and more are also available.

Hope Springs Dairy 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/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.

Zane McCourtney 24356 Dodds Rd. ,Bend (541) 880-3153 zanemccourtney@gmail.com hopespringsdairy.com Open Daily, 7am-9pm. We are a family run raw milk dairy farm in Bend, OR. As a family of eleven, we work together to provide the community with both raw cow and goat milk through a herd-share program. Our 40 acre farm is full of life, including: cows, goats, turkeys, chickens, pigs, barn cats and working dogs. Come and visit us!

In Cahoots Heirloom Apple Collaborative

We are a pesticide free farm specializing in seasonal produce as well as free range, pasture fed eggs. Our farm also has amazing lodging overlooking the Three Sisters and truly a farm stay. Our farm stand is opened from May to October selling our awesome products.

Carolyn Johnson incahootsheirloomapples@gmail.com 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, mixed fermentation beverages. PHOTO BY: CATHY’S BEAKS AND SNOUTS

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Keystone Natural Beef

Mahonia Gardens

North 44 Farm

Billy Buchanan 10142 NW Coyner Ave., Redmond (541) 974-9006 keystonecattle@outlook.com keystonenaturalbeef.com

Benji Nagel (541) 420-8684 mahoniagardens@gmail.com mahoniagardens.com Facebook: @mahoniagardens Farm Stand open May-Oct, 7am-7pm

Courtney Schuur (541) 241-2057 hello@north44farm.com north44farm.com Instagram: @North44Farm See website for visiting hours

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. Farm Stand open May-Oct, in Sisters at 274 E Adams Ave.

North 44 Farm is a first-generation farm in Bend, OR specializing in farm-direct deliveries of our premium grass fed and finished lamb, beef, and seasonal poultry. We believe in being stewards of our land and focus on raising healthy, stress-free animals using regenerative farming practices. Our grass-fed meat is always antibiotic and hormone free. Visit our website to order your favorite cuts of meat raised right here in Bend with a whole lot of love.

Our priority is to raise exceptional high quality beef with utmost care of our animals and the environment. I am a forth generation cattle rancher with a strong background in purebred Angus. My experience helps me stay on the cutting edge of the finest genetics within the breed. Our selection optimizes the best balance of herd heath, weight performance, and high marbling without the need for a grain ration, antibiotics or growth hormones. Our well planned rotational grazing has been proven to optimize the flora of our perennial grasses and tremendously improve soil quality without the use of chemical fertilizers. A sustainable and bountiful environment is the precursor to healthy animals and in turn healthier food.

Larkin Valley Ranch Jeff & Julie Larkin PO Box 1152, Redmond (541) 420-0879 juliecharley@me.com larkinvalleyranch.com Farm Certified: USDA GAP Many years of animal husbandry under our hats! We are a 3rd generation Ranch in Redmond Oregon providing the very best Grass-Fed & Grass-Finished Angus/Hereford Cross Beef and Jacob Lamb. We are proud to say our cattle are born and raised on our property giving us complete control of how they are genetically managed as well as the stress free day to day lives they live. We do not use steroid, hormones or antibiotics in our meat program therefore providing our clients a trustworthy product you’re happy & proud to feed to your family! We sell by the package and arrange delivery direct to your home or office. Check out our in-book coupon!

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Mecca Grade Estate Malt 9619 NW Columbia Dr., Madras (541) 526-8152 seth@meccagrade.com 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 family grows and malts all of our own specialty grain on-site; selling directly to breweries and distilleries.

Paradise Produce Terri Buck 6651 N Adams Dr., Madras (541) 350-0468 paradiseproduce2012@yahoo.com Store: May-Oct; Open Daily, 7am-7pm. For plants or starts: May-Jun; Tues-Sat, 10am-5pm or by appt We have a large selection of garden fresh, pesticide-free vegetables, picked daily. Onsite store is self-serve, honor system. We also offer CSA, cage-free eggs, local raw honey, Canned goods, vegetable starts and bedding flowers. You can also find us at the Madras Saturday Market.

PHOTO BY: KELSEY RAIRIGH | MAHONIA GARDENS

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 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.

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Penny’s Acres Michael Pennavaria (541) 280-7377 michaelp@bendbroadband.com We are a small family farm/ranch featuring sustainably and humanely raised pork and grass-fed/grain-finished Angus beef.

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Pioneer Ranch

Prineville Lavender

Evan Moran (559) 681-1310 edmoran1216@hotmail.com pioneerranch.com Facebook: @PioneerRanch Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm

Kristi Hiaasen 483 NE Short Ln., Prineville (541) 447-6217 prinevillelavender@gmail.com Call for appointment

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. PHOTO BY: HOPE SPRINGS DAIRY

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

Purple Fox Farm Cammy Barr purplefoxfarm.com Open May-Oct

Piggy Back Ranch Hilary Smith (541) 480-7467 info@piggybackranch.com piggybackranch.com Visit our website for on-farm sales 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.

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.

PHOTO BY: TYLER ZAJAC | ZAJAC FARMS

Plainview Gardens LLC

We are a small family farm located just north of Bend in Tumalo. We grow heirloom and specialty fresh cut flowers for direct to consumer sales. In addition to our flowers, we sell raw wool and are breeders of the rare Blacknose Valais sheep. Lamb sales are very limited, please visit our website for more information.

Gayle Hoagland 18344 Fryrear Ranch Rd., Bend (541) 410-2026 gaylehoagland@aol.com plainviewgardens.com Call for appointment Grower of plants - herbs, vegetable starts and flowers - for sale to the public at CO Locavore, garden sales and seminars and by appointment at the greenhouse. All plants are grown using organic and environmentally responsible methods. Only organic soils and fertilizers used. No pesticides or neonicontinoids. PHOTO BY: RAINSHADOW ORGANICS

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1320 SE Reed Market Rd #180 Bend Oregon 97702

Building healthy, livable communities in Central Oregon since 1969.

541-389-2110 BRSP@BendCable.com www.BendStampandPrinting.com

Your local source for all your printing, graphics and promotional product needs.

DOME GROWN PRODUCE - EMIL TEAGUE-SARA RISHFORTH

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Rainshadow Organics

Roots & Rails

Seed to Table Oregon

Sarahlee Lawrence 71290 Holmes Rd., Sisters (547) 977-6746 info@rainshadoworganics.com rainshadoworganics.com Facebook: @rainshadoworganics Winter Hours: Sat & Sun, 11am-3pm; Summer Hours: Wed-Sun, 11am-3pm Farm Certified: USDA Certified Organic

Eryn Elbers PO Box 1104, Sisters (541) 420-9812 eryn23@msn.com Open Jun-Oct

Audrey Tehan (541) 480-9039 audrey@seedtotablesisters.org seedtotableoregon.org

Rainshadow Organics is located fifteen miles Northeast of Sisters, Oregon where we have farmed and gardened for over twenty-five years. We have a full-diet farm with dozens of varieties of certified organic vegetables, herbs, flowers, and grains on 27 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. We have a Farm Store and restaurant where we offer many opportunities for farm to table dining.

Rickety Bridge Ranch Cuyla Dudley 5680 Southwest Quarry Ave., Redmond (541) 280-1505 ricketybrranch@gmail.com ricketybridgeranch.com Facebook: @ricketybridgeranch Instagram: @ricketybridgeranch 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.

Rooper Ranch Amy Hensley 1150 NE Yucca Ave., Redmond (541) 815-7334 rooperranch@gmail.com Apr-Oct; Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm We are a small farm located in Redmond and are dedicated to producing high quality vegetables in a sustainable fashion for our community. You can find our products at the Northwest Crossing Farmers Market, Paradise Produce and many restraunts in Central Oregon.

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Fresh cut seasonal flowers, Vegetables and herbs. All grown from the heart and free from pesticides & chemicals.

PHOTO BY: AMANDA PHOTOGRAPHIC | AGRICULTURAL CONNECTIONS

Roots Wild Eliza Johnson & Rob Eaton (541) 207-6972 eliza@rootswild.com rootswild.com Facebook: @RootsWildFloralCo Roots Wild is a flower farm and floral studio offering specialty cut blooms grown using sustainable practices - our core values dictate the way we farm. Find our flowers at the Bend Farmers Market on Wednesdays, join our flower CSA, or check out our online ordering options for seasonal bouquets. In the design studio we specialize in weddings and events.

A non profit education farm with the mission to connect food, wellness and education in the heart of Central Oregon. Seed to Table provides high quality fresh vegetables to the community at the Sisters Farmers Market and along with our CSA share. In addition we offer opportunities such as Summer on the Farms, where students can come to the farm each Tuesday for education activities.

Sharp & Lighthorse Superior Grass Beef Sky Sharp (520) 471-7090 warponysaddles@gmail.com slgrassbeef.com Instagram: @slgrassbeef Call for appointment S&L Superior Grass Beef strives to produce a superior-quality meat that is honoring of the whole animal, the soil, and the holistic nature of life. Our primary purpose of responsible stewardship is to consider all aspects of food production and the long-term sustainability effects. Through these practices, we only offer infield harvest.

Sakari Farms LLC Spring Alaska Schreinter 65060 Hwy 20, Bend (541) 647-9604 sakarifarms@gmail.com sakarifarms.weebly.com Open Daily, call for Details

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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, and consulting/wholesale. Home of Central Oregon Seed Exchange and Sakari Botanicals.

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Splitting Aces Livestock Jenna Pike 71100 Holmes Rd., Sisters (520) 275-0260 splittingaceslivestock@gmail.com aceslivestock.com Locally raised meat: providing healthy quality beef, chicken, pork, and eggs.

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Sungrounded Farm Ashley Petersen & Caleb Thompson 211 NE Wilcox Ave., Terrebonne (970) 409-8331 sungrounded@gmail.com sungrounded.com We are a local, mixed vegetable market farm dedicated to our soil, community and environment. You can find our nutritious, chemical-free produce at Bend Farmer’s Markets, through our CSA program, and at local markets and restaurants.

SunLife Farm and Ranch Jeff Fox 1607 NW Gerke Rd., Prineville (541) 636-9909 sunlifefarm1@gmail.com sunlifefarm.com Facebook: @SunLifeFarm Jun-Nov; Fri-Sun, 9am-2pm See Website for Events From the foothills of the Ochocos, Sun Life Farm and Ranch just outside of Prineville covers 160 acres of incredible soil, terrain and views. We have started our operations with over 8000 local certified organic lavender plants and two colonies of honey bees. Products from each abound soon!

Swan’s Farm & Flower

T Bone Hay and Cattle

Vaquero Valley Ranch

Marilyn Kasch 3604 SW Park Ln., Culver (541) 771-9445 mkaschre@cbbmail.com Call for availability and pick up time Farm Certified: Certified Naturally Grown

Ron Miller (541) 350-2520 vvrccbeef@gmail.com bendbeef.com Facebook: @VaqueroValleyRanch Instagram: @VaqueroValleyRanch Open Daily, also by appt.

We have Grass fed, natural antibiotic free locker Beef by the Whole or 1/2 on an order basis. We also sell packaged USDA Inspected ground beef year round in 2 pound packages year round, call ahead for pickup times.

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.

Thomas Orchards Jeff Thomas Hwy 402, Kimberly (541) 934-2870 jrthomas9797@gmail.com 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 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!

Tumalo Chicken Ranch Glenn Millar 19555 Pinehurst Rd., Bend (541) 668-6078 tumalochickenranch@gmail.com tumalochickenranch.com Facebook: @TumaloChickenRanch In Tumalo, we are raising free ranging, locally sourced (in Oregon) Rhode Island Red and Barred Rock chickens to provide meat & farm fresh eggs.

Danae Swan (541) 420-7866 danaenicole59@gmail.com Call for appointment

Tumalo Family Farm

A Central Oregon produce and cut flower farm specializing in sustainably grown cut flowers, market bouquets, and floral arrangements.

Growing fish, tomatoes and cucumbers every day of the year.

Volcano Veggies James Sbarra (541) 728-3355 jim@volcanoveggies.com volcanoveggies.com Open Daily; home delivery on Wed Farm Certified: Oregon Tilth and USDA Certified Organic ALL YEAR LONG, we grow organic greens, herbs, microgreens & mushrooms and partner with other local farms/food business to offer meat, eggs, cheese, coffee & other local foods! Sign up for our Fresh Club to get FREE HOME DELIVERY with a highly customizable, easy to manage, no commitment, local food subscription.

White Diamond Ranch Ann Snyder 9101 Wilson Ck Rd., Ashwood (541) 489-3239 annsnyder@rconnects.com We sell nearly all common cuts of lamb and several varieties of sausage at several local outlets and (June-Sept) at the ranch.

Robert Camel (541) 815-2477 lemacrb@gmail.com

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Windy Acres Dairy Farm

Wunsch Angus Ranch LLC

Billie Johnson 3320 NW Stahancyck Ln., Prineville (541) 447-5389 windyacres26@gmail.com windyacresdairy.com Open Daily 7am-8pm

Mark Wunsch (541) 419-9944 wunschangusranch@gmail.com Open Daily 8am-5pm

Raw milk dairy farm, including meats( pork, young beef, lamb, bones), dairy, raw aged cheeses, honey, grade A facility. Natural as it comes!

Our Farm to your Family’s Table. Breeding Angus Beef and fully finished on thousands of acres of wide open native pastures. Call/ Text/Email to reserve your beef shares today or to learn more about our ranching operation since 2000.

Zajac Farms Tyler Zajac (724) 968-9202 tylerzajac@gmail.com Small scale, mixed vegetable farm specializing in greens production. Growing produce with a focus on improving soil health and the agroecosystem.

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Veggies/Fruit

Eggs/Dairy

PHOTO BY: ASHLEY PETERSEN | SUNGROUNDED FARM

Meat/ Poultry

Value-Added Products

Herbs, Flowers & Plants

CSA/Herd Share

Farm Visits & Purchases

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2020 HIGH DESERT

BUSINESS Directory Farmers Markets

Sisters Farmers Market Fir Street Park, Sisters Jun-Sep; Sun, 11am-2pm sistersfarmersmarket.com Facebook: @sistersfarmersmarket Instagram: @sistersfarmersmarket

Bend Farmers Market bendfarmersmarket.com Jun-Oct; Wed, 2pm-6pm

Bend Farmers Market is blossoming into one of Oregon’s leading farm-direct marketplaces. We bring growers and producers to people like you who hunger for fresh, local, healthy foods and agricultural goods. You’ll find everything you need from fruits and vegetables, to meat, poultry, dairy, sweet treats and flowers. Over half of our 30+ vendors are local to Central Oregon! You can visit us in the heart of Bend every Wednesday, from 2-6. We’re easy to find right in Brooks Alley, between Oregon and Franklin streets. Can’t wait to see you!

CROP NE 4th St. between Court St. & Elm St., Prineville (541) 233-3100 Cropfarmersmarket.org Jun 6-Sep 26; Sat, 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 CROP Farmers Market will be held every Satruday at Stryker Park. During the season Crop Farm Events will be held at member farms. Event info on website.

Madras Saturday Market MadrasSaturdayMarket.com Jun-Sep; Sat, 9am-2pm

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NWX Farmers Market nwxfarmersmarket.com Jun-Sep; Sat, 10am-2pm

Sisters Farmers Market is held each Sunday from 11am-2pm at First Street Park in downtown Sisters. Come enjoy a variety of high quality produce vendors, local crafts and Central Oregon’s finest vendors surrounding local food and local economy! It is the perfect location for kids to play in the splash park while you listen to live music and also enjoy kids activities!

Discover a bounty of fresh produce, locally raised meats, fresh eggs and cheese, handmade items and 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 Central Oregon. PHOTO BY: TYLER ZAJAC | ZAJAC FARMS

Redmond Farmers Market Centennial Park, Redmond Early Jun-Early Sep; Tues, 3pm-6pm. The Redmond Farmers Market is a local farmers market open June-Sept every Tuesday 3-6pm 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.

A Farmers Market held in Sahalee Park in Madras featuring local produce, fruit, plants, flowers, teas, soaps and crafts as well as live music and special community events.

Herbs, Seeds, Plants & Landscapes Central Oregon Seed Exchange 65060 Hwy 20, Bend (541) 647-9604 seedexchange.weebly.com Available online anytime Central Oregon Seed Exchange (COSE) is a network dedicated to strengthening our farming and gardening community in Central Oregon. Our goal is to create a sustainable local food supply and support regional biodiversity. We increase local seed saving and seed exchange, provide education around how to effectively save seed, develop seed stock acclimatized to our unique area, and generally support sustainable agriculture in Central Oregon. Proudly growing locally at Sakari Farms

PHOTO BY: ROB GLENNEY | DESCHUTES MUSHROOMS

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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.

Sundog Gardenworks, LLC PHOTO BY: CANYON MOON FARM | CANYON MOON FARM

Central Oregon Seeds, Inc 1747 NW Mill St., Madras 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). Proudly Sourcing from local farmers.

Paradise Produce 6651 N Adams Dr., Madras (541) 350-0468 Store: May-Oct; Open Daily, 7am-7pm. For plants or starts: May-Jun; Tue-Sat, 10am-5pm or by appt. We have a large selection of garden fresh, pesticide-free vegetables, picked daily. Onsite store is self-serve, honor system. We also offer CSA, cage-free eggs, local raw honey, canned goods, vegetable starts and bedding flowers. You can also find us at the Madras Saturday Market. Proudly growing locally

(541) 912-0496 sundoggardenworks.com Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm We design, build and maintain 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 20841 SE West View Dr., Bend (541) 203-0734 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 garden. Proudly Sourcing From: DD Ranch, Plainview Gardens, Volcano Veggies, Tumalo Family Farm

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Dairy

Hope Springs Dairy 24356 Dodds Rd. ,Bend (541) 880-3153 hopespringsdairy.com Open Daily, 7am-9pm. We are a family run raw milk dairy farm in Bend, OR. As a family of eleven, we work together to provide the community with both raw cow and goat milk through a herd-share program. Our 40 acre farm is full of life, including: cows, goats, turkeys, chickens, pigs, barn cats and working dogs. Come and visit us!

Windy Acres Dairy Farm 3320 NW Stahancyck Ln., Prineville (541) 447-5389 windyacresdairy.com Open Daily 7am-8pm Raw milk dairy farm, including meats( pork, young beef, lamb, bones), dairy, raw aged cheeses, honey, grade A facility . Natural as it comes!

Bonta – Natural Artisan Gelato 924 SE Wilson Ave., Ste. A, Bend (541) 598-6194 bontagelato.com Jeff and Juli Labhart started pasteurizing milk and creating hand crafted gelato in their home based commercial kitchen in 2011 and then built their own commercial dairy plant in 2015. Today, they employ over 40 employees and sell their artisan gelato all over Oregon using NW ingredients like Eberhard’s milk, Tumalo Lavender, Oregon Spirit Distillers bourbon, and Holm Toffee when ever possible. Their motto is pure, simple, goodness, which describes their philosophy from day one. Proudly Sourcing from: Black Sheep Chocolate, Eberhards Dairy Products, Tumalo Lavender, Holm Made Toffee, Oregon Spirit Distillers


Coffee, Tea & Baked Specialty Foods Goods

2Sisters Ranch Wagyu

Lone Pine Coffee Roasters 910 NW Harriman St., Bend (541) 306-1010 lonepinecoffeeroasters.com Open daily, 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, Jackson’s Corner, Bonta Gelato, Foxtail Bakeshop, Great American Egg

PALATE: a coffee bar 643 NW Colorado Ave., Bend (541) 321-8098 palateacoffeebar.com Mon-Fri, 6am-5pm; Sat-Sun, 6:30am5pm. Open Daily! 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, Picky Bars

Sisters Coffee Company 273 W. Hood Ave., Sisters (541) 549-0527 sisterscoffee.com Facebook: @SistersCoffeeHoodAve Instagram: @sisterscoffee Open daily, 6am-6pm Specialty Organic Coffee Roaster/Retailer.

(541) 797-3255 2SistersRanchWagyu@gmail.com 2SistersRanchWagyu.com Instagram: @2SistersRanch_Wagyu By appt. only We are a family owned and operated ranch in Tumalo, Oregon that raises 100% Fullblood Wagyu. Our cattle are pasture raised in the fresh air and sunshine of Central Oregon, and are grass fed from nutrient-rich local hay, which produces an unparalleled umami flavor in the beef. On our family owned and operated ranch, we value the methods of traditional farming that prioritize the health and wellness of our animals. We believe the best beef comes from animals that are well cared for, and we work hard to provide you the highest quality meat directly from our pastures to your plate. No Antibiotics, No GMO, No Spray, No Stress Proudly raising locally

Blissful Spoon PO Box 5966, Bend (458) 206-9607 blissfulspoon.com Creating handcrafted, grain-free granola, healthy gluten-free baked goods and snack options. Proudly processing locally and sourcing from: Hummingbird Wholesale, GloryBee

Broadus Bees 60136 Cinder Butte Rd., Bend (404) 718-0063 broadusbees.com Always open Welcome to Broadus Bees! Our mission is to create a sustainable business through honeybee products, hive installation and maintenance, and educating the public about the critical role bees play in producing the food we eat I feel like it’s my responsibility to give back to the very thing that gives us life, bees!!! A key to our success is our pure, raw, unadulterated honey flavored by a wide variety of flowering plants in Bend and Medford, Oregon. All our honey is flavored by what the bees are pollinating, nothing else. Broadus Bees also carries lip balm made with local beeswax and honey soap made with our local Bend Wildflower Honey!

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Busy Izzy Foods PO Box 2051, Prineville (510) 506-8737 busyizzyfoods.com See website for where to find or purchase products. We are dedicated to providing products with the best ingredients that are the best for people. IZZY’s “AMAZING” GRANOLA is my flagship product offering 74% nuts and seeds, all organic ingredients, and the lowest sugar granola on the market at 2g/serving. A lectin-free version of my original granola is coming out soon. My product consistently shows that great ingredients do not need to take a back seat to sugar. Find my products at Market of Choice, Newport Avenue Market, Locavore, West Coast Provisions, Food 4 Less, Schoolhouse Produce and other small retailers that are dedicated to supporting local great products. Proudly processing locally and sourcing from: Bob’s Red Mill, Glory Bee, Hummingbird Wholesale

Dancing Jalapeno Fruit Spread (541) 241-4426 DancingJalapeno.com Available 24/7 online Dancing Jalapeno is a versatile fruit spread that goes with everything from appetizers, meat, fish, vegetables and desserts. Proudly processing locally.

Holm Made Toffee Co

Root Cellar

1470 NE 1st St., #800, Bend (541) 610-3173 holmmadetoffee.com

1289 NE 2nd St., #2, Bend (510) 520-6564 rootcellarstaples.com Tue-Fri, 9am-3pm

Kitchen visits by appt. only. Products can be found online and in local retailers. 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 varieties. Visit our website or find us at local farmers markets. Proudly Sourcing From: Tumalo Lavender

Josie’s Best Gluten Free Mixes Sisters (541) 241-8869 josiesbestgf.com • DELICIOUS GLUTEN FREE & TOP 8 ALLERGEN FREE: Josie’s Best Gluten Free Mixes are batch tested for gluten and are made in a dedicated gluten free facility that is also free from milk, egg, tree nut, peanut, fish, shellfish, seeds,and soy. • SIMPLE INGREDIENTS: We offer classic tastes and textures made with simple ingredients. • OPTIONS FOR ALL: Dairy-free and vegan egg options work beautifully with our products. We offer both retail and food service sizes. My husband and I run the business along with our 3 “helpers”. Truly from our family to yours, we hope you love our products! Proudly processing locally.

The Jerk Kings, LLC 61568 American Ln., #600, Bend (541) 771-5403 thejerkkings.com Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm

Savory Spice 375 SW Powerhouse Dr., Ste. 110, Bend savoryspiceshop.com/bend Facebook: @SavorySpiceShopOnline Instagram: @savorybend We are a full service spice shop offering over 300 products for all your cooking needs. Proudly Supporting Central Oregon

Southwest Salsa Co. (541) 213-2511 SouthwestSalsaCo.com Mon-Sat, 9am-6pm We started our Gourmet Salsa business in Arizona because we were tired of seeing the same local grocery store style salsa. You know the names, the ones that sell so many other products they forgot to keep the Salsa Authentic, Genuine & Worthy for your family and party guests. Nothing beats the taste of Home-Style Salsa made just days before enjoying with your family. We make our Salsa with fresh produce and natural preservatives. Try ours just once, and you’ll be back for more! Taste the difference and we know you’ll tell your friends and family about our products.

The Jerk Kings was founded in 2014 as a food truck operation specializing in Caribbean cuisine, serving the Central Oregon Community. We featured Jamaican-style jerk dishes which became very popular over the 5 years that we operated. During that time, we created our own freshly made jerk marinade and sauce and in 2019, decided to bottle these magical recipes for all to enjoy! They are now available for purchase online and at local stores in Bend and Redmond. Proudly processing locally.

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Small-batch pantry staples and curiosities handmade in midtown Bend. Local, seasonal, nourishing deliciousness. Proudly Sourcing From: Boundless Farmstead, Rainshadow Organics, Seed to Table Farm

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Food Trucks

Boone Dog Pizza (303) 746-3609 boonedogpizza.com Thu-Sun, 11am-7pm Boone Dog Pizza is a mobile wood fired pizzeria that sources the best food that Central Oregon has to offer. Proudly Sourcing From: Rainshadow Organics, Boundless Farmstead, Home Farm Foods, Zajac Farm

Inferno – Pacific Edge Events (541) 633-8311 535 NE Irving Ave., Bend Tue-Sat, 11am-7pm Food truck offering farm to table food service options – including catering! Call in/take out available. Dinner club service on Tuesday & Friday evenings at 5pm (featuring weekly collaborators and seasonal products). Proudly Sourcing Locally.

Nonna’s Cucina (541) 848-1602 nonnascucinabend.com Specializing in homemade ravioli using locally sourced ingredients. Proudly Sourcing From: Volcano Veggies, DD Ranch, Rainshadow Organics, Fields Farm

The Peoples Pies

900 Wall Restaurant

On the move at special events in Bend (262) 424-8481 piesforthepeople.com Instagram: @thepeoplespies

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

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 flavors is matched only by the high desert farmers and ranchers from which many of our ingredients hail. Follow us on social media for up to date info on our whereabouts or join our Underground Pasty Club to get in on frozen ready-to-bake pasties. Email Jess at thepeoplespies@gmail. com for details. Proudly Sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, DD Ranch, Golden Eagle Organics, Sungrounded Farm

The 900 Wall Restaurant, established in May 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: Imperial Stock Ranch, Vaquero Valley Beef, Paradise, Piggy Back Ranch, Tender Greens, Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farms

Restaurants

10 Barrel Brewing Co. Westside: 1135 NW Galveston, Bend Eastside: 62950 NE 18th St., Bend (541) 678-5228 10barrel.com COVID hours: Sun-Thu, 11am-8pm; FriSat, 11am-9pm; Post COVID hours: SunThu, 11am-11pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-12am We started back in 2006 with three guys in Bend, Oregon who shared one simple mindset; brew beer, drink beer and have fun doing it. Since then our brewery has grown, but we will always stay the same. Proudly Sourcing Locally.

PHOTO BY: ASHLEY DOLINAR | NONNA’S CUISINE

Bos Taurus 163 NW Minnesota Ave., Bend (541) 241-2735 bostaurussteak.com Open Daily, 5pm-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 castiron slab designed for a perfect sear. Proudly Sourcing from: Farmers at the Downtown Bend Farmers Market

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Brasada Ranch Resort and Ranch Restaurant 16986 Brasada Ranch Rd., Powell Butte brasada.com

PHOTO BY: TOM MIDAK PHOTOGRAPHY | SUNRIVER BREWING

Broken Top Bottle Shop and Ale Cafe 1740 NW Pence Ln., Ste. 1, Bend (541) 728-0703 btbsbend.com Open Daily, 11am-10pm Broken Top Bottle Shop has something for everyone! Vegan, vegetarian, gluten fee and smoked meat fare! We’ve got all of your drinking needs covered too! Tons of beer, wine, spirits and many non-alcoholic selections. Proudly Sourcing From: DD Ranch, Agricultural Connections, Broadus Bees, Jim Scott (local Native American fisherman)

Brasada is nestled into the mountains overlooking Bend where you will find luxurious suites and cabins, a championship golf course, Spa Brasada, and farm-to-table dining at the Range Restaurant. Ride miles of soft trails, hike our 1,800 acres and take in legendary sunsets. Proudly Sourcing From: Sweet Posy Floral, Windflower Farm, Flying Double J Ranch

Deschutes Brewery Public House 1044 NW Bond St., Bend (541) 382-9242 deschutesbrewery.com Facebook: @deschutes.brewery Instagram: @deschutesbrewery 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

Live Life Full. Locally crafted spices, locally made products.

Old Mill District 375 SW Powerhouse Dr., Bend, OR 97702 (541) 306-6855 • bend@savoryspiceshop.com

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Dump City Dumplings 384 SW Upper Terrace Dr., Bend (541) 323-6243 dumpcitydumplings.com Mon-Fri, 11:30am-8pm; Sat, 12:30pm8pm; Sun, 12:30pm-7pm Handmade Chinese Style Steamed Buns, wontons, and grill plates. Responsibly sourced, delicious food from our restaurant and food carts! Proudly Sourcing From: Boundless Farmstead, Rainshadow Organics, Mahonia Gardens

El Sancho 335 NE Dekalb Ave., Bend elsanchobend.com Open Daily, 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: Agricultural Connections, Volcano Veggies, Home Farm Foods


Jackson’s Corner Westside: 845 NW Delaware Ave., Ste. 103 Eastside: 1500 Cushing Dr., Bend (541) 647-2198 jacksonscornerbend.com Facebook:@jacksonscornerbend Instagram: @jacksonscornerbend PHOTO BY: NICKOL CADY | FOXTAIL BAKE SHOP

Foxtail Bakeshop & Kitchen 555 NW Arizona Ave., Ste. 60, Bend (541) 213-2275 foxtailbakeshop.com Tue-Sun, 8am-2pm, Closed Mondays

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, Rainshadow Organics, Zajac Farms

Our food is an adventure for the palate & eyes & encompasses whimsical re-imagined classics & innovative specials. Our focus is to make everything in house & work with our local farmers. We are a neighborhood bakery/cafe that cares deeply about what & who we serve. We want to create a space & community around food, nature, art & the joy of making magic upon your palate. Proudly Sourcing From: Agricultural Connections, Boundless Farmstead, Rainshadow Organics, Tender Greens

Rockin’ Dave’s Bistro & Backstage Lounge 661 NE Greenwood Ave., Bend (541) 318-8177 rockindaves.com Bistro: 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: Tender Greens, My Chai, Metolius Tea

Root Down Kitchen 215 NW Hill St., Bend (541) 383-5094 rootdownkitchen.com Mon-Fri, 11am-6pm; Sat, 11am-4pm Root Down Kitchen is a small batch all vegan restaurant located in the historic Old Bend neighborhood. We source organic produce from local farms and food purveyors. Proudly Sourcing From: Fields Farm, Boundless Farmstead, Rainshadow Organics PHOTO BY: NICKOL CADY | FOXTAIL BAKE SHOP

ORGANICS: GARBAGE OR GARDEN

“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.

Alpine Real Estate 2214 NE Division St . Bend 541-388-1600 www.arebend.com

FOOD + YARD DEBRIS IN

ONE CART Rethink about it! Did you know that all food waste — kitchen scraps, meat, dairy, bakery and produce — can now be included with your yard debris for collection in city limits? Contact your garbage and recycling provider for more info. Don’t forget to include the food!

RethinkWasteProject.org

an environmental center program

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Sunny Yoga Kitchen 2748 NW Crossing Dr., Ste. 120, Bend (541) 678-3139 sunnyyogakitchen.com Kitchen: Mon-Fri, 11am-3pm; Sat: during the NWX farmers mkt season Serving Lunch in Northwest Crossing made with love and lots. We also serve up Yoga classes when we aren’t serving great meals! Proudly Sourcing From: Home Farm Foods, Boundless Farmstead, Volcano Veggies, Mahonia Gardens, Fields Farm

Sunriver Brewing Co. - Sunriver Pub and Galveston Sunriver: 57100 Beaver Ln, Bldg. 4 Bend: 1005 NW Galveston Ave. (541) 306-5188 sunriverbrewingcompany.com Sun-Thu, 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-11pm 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, Novicky Farms, Vaquero Valley Ranch

The Ale Apothecary

Wild Oregon Foods

30 SW Century Dr., Ste. 140, Bend (541) 350-3226 thealeapothecary.com Facebook: @thealeapothecary Instagram: @thealeapothecary Please check our website for current hours

61334 South Hwy 97, Ste. 360, Bend (541) 668-6344

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

495 NE Bellevue Dr., Bend (541) 639-4776 worthybrewing.com Instagram: @worthybrewing

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Worthy Brewing

You can’t get much more local than growing your own! Worthy Brewing Restaurant and Gardens grows its own herbs and vegetables in their onsite garden and greenhouse. The campus also includes a hop yard with 22 varieties, including experimental breeds from OSU and Indie Hops. Proudly Sourcing From: Mecca Grade Estate Malt

The Garden Cafe & Ora Juice Co. 519 NW Colorado Ave., Bend (562) 221-6519 orajuiceco.com Tue-Sat, 10am-4pm The Garden Cafe serves 100% Organic and Plant-Based food and juices with an emphasis on honoring the seasons of our bodies (food as medicine) as well as the growing seasons. The Garden ferments and dries many items to rotate through the Autumn and Winter menu, grows its own herbs, flowers, and greens and supports local farms as much as possible with its ever-changing and dynamic menu. Proudly Sourcing From: Boundless Farmstead, Deschutes Gourmet Mushrooms, Rainshadow Organics, Gorilla Greens

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

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Farm to Table Diner and Catering Proudly Sourcing From: Rickety Bridge Ranch, Splitting Aces, Seed to Table, Zajac Farms

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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Distributors

Oliver Lemon’s

Agricultural Connections 20780 High Desert Ln., Ste. 1, Bend (541) 903-2502 agriculturalconnections.com Facebook: @agriculturalconnections Instgram: @agriculturalconnections Order by Mon 9am, delivery Wed. Additional commercial deliveries Mon & Fri. See website for more details. 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 yearround. 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, Sungrounded Farm and many more.

Volcano Veggies (541) 728-3355 volcanoveggies.com Open daily; home delivery on Wed Oregon Tilth and USDA Certified Organic ALL YEAR LONG, we grow organic greens, herbs, microgreens & mushrooms and partner with other local farms/food business to offer meat, eggs, cheese, coffee & other local foods! Sign up for our Fresh Club to get FREE HOME DELIVERY with a highly customizable, easy to manage, no commitment, local food subscription. Proudly growing locally.

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Grocers

Central Oregon Locavore 1841 NE 3rd St., Bend (541) 633-7388 centraloregonlocavore.org Facebook: @centraloregonlocavorenonprofit 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 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: So many farmers, ranchers and producers that we can’t name them all!

Terrebonne: 8431 11th St., Terrebonne: (541) 548-2603 Sisters: 160 Fir St. Sisters: (541) 549-0711 oliverlemons.com Terrebonne: Open daily, 6am-9pm Sisters: Apr-Sep; Mon-Sat, 7am-8pm; Sun, 8am -8pm; Oct-Mar: Mon-Sat, 7am7pm; Sun, 8am-7pm Oliver Lemon’s is the best grocery store in Terrebonne and Sisters for local and organic produce, specialty items, homemade soups and sandwiches, delicious meals, and the friendliest staff in town! Oliver Lemon’s is an employee and locally owned grocery store, and brings customers all the amazing service and selection of natural and organic products they know and love, but with an infusion of a little Newport Avenue Market fun, flavor, and flair! Proudly Sourcing From (Sisters location): Rainshadow Organics, Holm Made toffee, Volcano Veggies, Central Oregon Veterans Ranch

Tumalo Farmstand, LLC 19855 Eight St., Bend (541) 610-7733 tumalofarmstand.com Facebook: @TumaloFarmstand May- Sep; Open Daily, 9am-6pm

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 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, Holm Made Toffee, Sakari Botanicals

An outdoor seasonal Farmstand working closely with local farmers, providing fresh fruit and vegetables to the Central Oregon community. Proudly Sourcing From: Rooper Ranch, Windridge Farms, Rareloom Farms, Pioneer Ranch, Sungrounded Farms, Boundless Farmstead

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?

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Wine, Brew, Spirits & Kombucha 10 Barrel Brewing Co.

Westside: 1135 NW Galveston, Bend Eastside: 62950 NE 18th St., Bend (541) 678-5228 10barrel.com COVID hours: Sun-Thu, 11am-8pm; FriSat, 11am-9pm; Post COVID hours: SunThu, 11am-11pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-12am We started back in 2006 with three guys in Bend, Oregon who shared one simple mindset; brew beer, drink beer and have fun doing it. Since then our brewery has grown, but we will always stay the same. Proudly Processing Locally.

Compassion Kombucha 1375 NE 2nd St., Bend (503) 544-8585 drinkcompassion.com Please call for appt. or info We believe good things start with compassion. This is why our kombucha begins by fermenting Elephant Friendly certified teas and flavoring with whole organic fruit - never juices, flavorings, or added sugars. A portion of our profits go to support local non-profits who are helping families in need. Proudly processing locally.

Deschutes Brewery Public House 1044 NW Bond St., Bend (541) 382-9242 deschutesbrewery.com Facebook: @deschutes.brewery Instagram: @deschutesbrewery 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 processing locally.

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Mecca Grade Estate Malt 9619 NW Columbia Dr., Madras (541) 526-8152 seth@meccagrade.com 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 family grows and malts all of our own specialty grain on-site; selling directly to breweries and distilleries. Proudly growing our own grains and processing locally.


Sunriver Brewing Co. - Sunriver Pub and Galveston

Freshfields Farm 19189 Dayton Rd, Bend (503) 970-9852 freshfieldsfarmbend.com See our website for dates and times our farm stand is in operation.

Sunriver: 57100 Beaver Ln, Bldg. 4 Bend: 1005 NW Galveston Ave. (541) 306-5188 sunriverbrewingcompany.com Sun-Thu, 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-11pm 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, Casad Family Farms, Novicky Farms, Vaquero Valley Ranch

The Ale Apothecary 30 SW Century Dr., Ste. 140, Bend (541) 350-3226 thealeapothecary.com Facebook: @thealeapothecary Instagram: @thealeapothecary Please check our website for current hours 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

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Wild Ride Brewing 332 SW 5th St., Redmond (541) 516-8544 wildridebrew.com Open daily, 11am-10pm Wild Ride Brewing is a production brewery and family-friendly Tap Room located in the heart of downtown Redmond, Oregon. No matter what your favorite style of brew, Wild Ride will have a beer for you! Proudly processing locally.

Worthy Brewing 495 NE Bellevue Dr., Bend (541) 639-4776 worthybrewing.com Instagram: @worthybrewing You can’t get much more local than growing your own! Worthy Brewing Restaurant and Gardens grows its own herbs and vegetables in their onsite garden and greenhouse. The campus also includes a hop yard with 22 varieties, including experimental breeds from OSU and Indie Hops. Proudly Sourcing From: Mecca Grade Estate Malt

Accomodations

Brasada Ranch Resort and Ranch Restaurant 16986 Brasada Ranch Rd., Powell Butte 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 farm-to-table dining at the Range Restaurant. Ride miles of soft trails, hike our 1,800 acres and take in legendary sunsets. Proudly Sourcing From: Sweet Posy Floral, Windflower Farm, Flying Double J Ranch

We are a pesticide free farm specializing in seasonal produce as well as free range, pasture fed eggs. Our farm also has amazing lodging overlooking the Three Sisters and truly a farm stay. Our farm stand is opened from May to October selling our awesome products. Proudly growing locally.

Catering

Little Moon Co. Bend (603) 831-3148 With West Coast Vibes and New York Hustle, I create locally inspired craft cuisine for your next special occasion, event or family dinner. As an experienced caterer and event coordinator I love working with Central Oregon’s farmers and ranchers. I specialize in collaborative events, striving to create meals that leave you nourished in body and spirit. Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Mahonia Gardens, Golden Eagle Organics, Rainshadow Organics, Sungrounded Farms, Casad Family Farms and many more!

Rockin’ Dave’s Bistro & Backstage Lounge 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: Tender Greens, My Chai, Metolius Tea

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Nonprofit & Agricultural Support Partners

OSU Small Farms Program Central Oregon 3800 SW Airport Way, Redmond (541) 548-6088 Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm

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.

Central Oregon Locavore 1841 NE 3rd St. Bend (541) 633-7388 centraloregonlocavore.org Facebook: @centraloregonlocavorenonprofit 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 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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Craft3 917 NW Harriman St., Ste. 101, Bend (888) 231-2170 Craft3.org/FoodCO Facebook: Craft3Org Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm Craft3 is a nonprofit community lender helping farmers, ranchers and makers start, grow and expand.

Deschutes Farm Bureau (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

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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

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The Central Oregon OSU Small Farms Program offers educational outreach and support to growers in Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson Counties, including the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. The program focuses on small-scale horticultural operations, and collaborates with local organizations to provide workshops and conduct applied research in the region.

Rogue Farm Corps Based in Ashland, serving Central Oregon 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 Oregon 998 E Black Butte Ave., Sisters (541) 480-9039 seedtotableoregon.org A non profit education farm with the mission to connect food, wellness and education in the heart of Central Oregon. Seed to Table provides high quality fresh vegetables to the community at the Sisters Farmers Market and along with our CSA share. In addition we offer opportunities such as Summer on the Farms, where students can come to the farm each Tuesday for education activities.


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