High Desert Food & Farm Directory 2021

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HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM

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HDFFA thanks the following 2021 Sponsors for their generous support!

Deschutes County Farm Bureau

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HDFFA board members: Current Board Members: Laura Pennevaria (Chair), Jane Sabin-Davis (Secretary), Jeff Fox (Treasurer), Amanda Gow, Courtney Schuur, Jeff Baker, Kathi Barguil, Kristine Thomas, Lindsay Wengloski, Michelle Abby, and Tracy Wilson. Thank you to our retired board members: Christa Marney, Juli McKee, John Warrinner, Laura Moss and Owen Murphy. Our Agricultural Advisory Committee (2020-2021) Jim Crocker (Crown C Farms), Sarahlee Lawrence (Rainshadow Organics), Gia Matzinger (Deschutes Canyon Garlic), Danae Miller (Vaquero Valley Ranch), Ashley Petersen (Sungrounded Farm), Jenna Pike (Splitting Aces Livestock and Farm), Katia Steckly (Double F Ranch), Victoria Tranca (Cascade Mountain Pastures), and Tracy Wilson (OSU Extension Service/HDFFA Board Liaison). Thank you HDFFA Volunteers for contributing your expertise and hundreds of hours to our programs! A special thank you to the OSU Cascades Lab Team and to Alex Reiff and Jon Holtan for their many hours of backend support in creating our new phone app. We are beyond grateful for you! HDFFA | HIGH DESERT FOOD & FARM DIRECTORY 2021 |

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your guide to local food & farms. In our 11th annual directory you’ll find 125+ 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 HDFFA on behalf of all our partners that grow, raise and craft local products. Local means the tri-county region of Central Oregon.

Hungry For More? ONLINE: “www.getataste.org” ON YOUR PHONE: DOWNLOAD THE “GET A TASTE” APP

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OUR AMAZING HDFFA STAFF MEMBERS

TOP ROW (left to right) Chantel Welch, Rachel Levy, Annie Nichols BOTTOM ROW (left to right) Katrina Van Dis, Caroline Danielson, Hannah Brzozowski, Carrie Mack

A letter from our Executive Director I grew up on a 25-acre cherry farm in Eastern Oregon, selling cherries on the side of the road three weeks of the year in addition to planting trees, moving rocks, picking up wood from pruned trees and moving irrigation for hours in ankle deep mud. This lived experience taught me the value of hard work and resilience. Farming is not easy when a hailstorm in July can take out your cherry crop, or when pests can damage half the orchard. What we experienced in the last year, at an individual and community level, was like watching a storm roll through in July; will it pass by or will it ruin my crop? What inspires me and gives me hope in these moments of uncertainty is the will of our farmers, ranchers, chefs and business owners to keep going as best they can. As an organization, HDFFA believes that everyone deserves good food and that our food connects us to each other. We know that 39,000 Central Oregonians face food insecurity every day. We also know that access to fresh healthy and local foods is essential for everyone, and in the face of adversity we do our best to support our food community - from farm to plate.

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Join us in supporting and celebrating a resilient food and farm community.

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Whats Inside:

WHAT’S NEW IN 2021 ................................... 6 THE GET A TASTE PHONE APP ..................... 7 RESILIENCY IN LOCAL BUSINESSES ............. 8 Grow & Give Program.............................. 10 VeggieRx Program..................................... 11 Agricultural Support Program........... 12 GET A TASTE................................................... 13 Food SOVEREIGNTY IN WARM SPRINGS.... 14 Seasonality Chart.................................... 16 EATING SEASONALLY ................................... 17 STRETCHING YOUR FOOD DOLLARS........... 18 Coupons ...................................................... 19 Superstars & PARTNER PLEDGE ................ 20 Farms & RANCHES AT A GLANCE............... 22 DIVERSITY & PURCHASING INDICATORS...... 24 Directory .................................................... 25 FARMS & RANCHS ......................................... 25 FARMERS MARKETS ...................................... 32 SEEDS, PLANTS & LANDSCAPES ................... 32 BEVERAGES ................................................... 34 SPECIALTY FOODS ........................................ 36 FOOD TRUCKS .............................................. 37 EATERIES ........................................................ 39 DISTRIBUTORS ............................................... 41 GROCERS ....................................................... 42 ACCOMMODATIONS .................................... 43 CATERING ...................................................... 44 NONPROFIT & AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT PARTNERS ..................................... 44

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Our work wouldn’t get far without strong support from the communities that we serve. Here are a few of the ways that we have expanded collaborations and partnerships to better reach Central Oregon communities in 2021! • Collaboration with Central Oregon Veteran’s Ranch (COVR) We are dedicating 5% of our USDA Beginning Farmer and Rancher funding to assist COVR’s work with therapy-based livestock programs for U.S. Veterans - that’s $14,000 and three years of collaboration!

• Food Sovereignty in Warm Springs We are excited to collaborate with the Warm Springs Community Action Team as they assess Food Sovereignty in their community (see p.14-15)

• Expanded VeggieRx programming HDFFA is working with the local Community Based Outpatient Clinic to reach additional U.S. Veterans, connecting them to locally grown foods and nutrition education.

• Cooking Counts is a published workbook of recipes and nutrition education resources developed by HDFFA that you or your organization can use for free. www.hdffa.org/cookingcounts

• NEW Diversity Indicators! Use the icons on page 21 to shop and support owners who identify as LGBTQIA+-owned, Minority-owned, Veteran-owned, or Woman-owned.

Visit www.hdffa.org to Learn More

L ive L i f e Fu l l . Locally crafted spices, locally made products.

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GO MOBILE AND DISCOVER LOCAL FOOD OPTIONS. Use the new “Get A Taste” Phone App to buy local Easy to use icons connect you with local food, and the map helps you find them. Discover options like gluten-free and home-delivery, or find local eggs and honey.

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Open camera on device Hold your device so the QR code appears in the viewfinder Tap the notification to open the link Download phone app

Scan or download the new HDFFA “Get a Taste” phone app.

Search Online Visit www.getataste.org Explore and enjoy the best of Central Oregon’s local food and farms! Search by product, farm or location, or filter your results even more! This website has just what you are looking for!

• EASY TO USE MAP • FIND LOCAL COUPONS • SEARCH BY REGION, FOOD TYPE, AND MORE!

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RESILIENCY FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES

Shelley and Jeff Akers of Bohemian Roastery: “When we began our wood-fire coffee business journey in 2017, little did we know what the future would store for us! We built a custom roaster and a sweet coffee shop in a new mobile trailer with a deck on the back. When the pandemic hit, we pivoted our business model to exclusively roasting and selling beans directly to our customers and markets around town. Thanks to our loyal, local community, the farmers markets were a godsend in 2020! Making the drastic decision to change our plans for our business truly saved us. We are so thankful for our strong customer base, and look forward to continuing to wood-fire roast small coffee batches long into the future.” Kristin Bergh of Compassion Kombucha: “When the initial blow of COVID hit, 25 generous supporters helped us ride the wave by signing up for essentially a kombucha CSA. By paying upfront, we were able to pay the bills and had fun delivering growlers to doorsteps each week! Once we were able to get our feet back under us, we knew we needed to pivot and took the leap of purchasing a bottling line to finally launch our product into 16oz bottles in the fall.” Randi Holm of Holm Made Toffee Co., LLC: “2020 brought a ‘back to basics’ approach and A LOT of change to survive: • Downsized kitchens to maximize rent/square footage • Increased visibility on social media, including a campaign featuring fellow small-businesses • Launched a new website focused on D2C • Created a safe curbside option for locals • Curated gift sets featuring other local businesses’ products • Renewed focus on community and fundraising Our tagline “Happiness, Plain and Simple” seems to be filled with more meaning than ever intended the past 12 months!”

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We are constantly inspired by our local food businesses. Over the past year, they fought hard to serve customers, support their families, and nourish our community. - HDFFA Sarah Frost-McKee of Super Belly Ferments: “Aside from farmer’s markets, our fermented foods business relies almost entirely on wholesale and grocery sales. Last year, most of the accounts that we had planned to roll out paused on bringing in new products, so our projections for growth in 2020 were not met. We instead focused on selling direct via our website, which has been a success. We now cold ship our products nationwide, allowing us to reach a much greater customer base. In addition, we spent the better part of the year working to strengthen the relationships we have in the regional food system. The Local Food Trust is partnering with us to connect philanthropy and food systems. Head to www.sbferments.com to learn more, and consider getting involved and donating!”

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HDFFA PROGRAM GROW & GIVE

Grow & Give is a fresh food donation program providing donated fresh produce to NeighborImpact food bank.

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May - October, HDFFA and volunteers collect produce from farmers, farmer’s market patrons and gardeners for distribution through NeighborImpact food bank. 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 Harvest Team volunteers to collect excess produce from farmers’ fields.

“HDFFA facilitates donations from local farmers who have generously supported our food bank and partner agencies with seasonal fruit and vegetables that we don’t often receive through regular donation channels. We are very grateful to be able to offer a wider variety of healthy foods through these donations.”

Annually donate 15,000 lbs to NeighborImpact Food Bank 2020 donations provided the equivalent of 9,000 meals for Central Oregonians Since 2014, we’ve collected 73,176 lbs. of fresh, local produce - enough food for 60,000 meals! In 2020, provided 775 Fresh Harvest Kits: ready-to-make meal kits that include fresh produce, pantry staple items, recipes and Savory Spice Shop spices, available at local food pantries In 2020, paid $10,248 to farmers for their food donations

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

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Food & Farm Directory tri-fold brochure highlighting Central Oregon farms, ranches and food businesses.

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Seed to Supper Free beginning course for residents to

learn how to garden and grow food on a budget. Joint program of the Oregon Food Bank and Oregon State University Extension.

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Cooking Matters Free 6-week course teaching adults how to shop, prepare and cook healthy meals on a budget.

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VeggieRx is a fresh vegetable and fruit prescription program.

“At the time I was participating in the program I was going through treatment for cancer and having surgery. It helped provide a better understanding of veggies and fruits that I normally would not eat... I felt so much better having the different veggies to cook with and veggies that I can’t afford to buy usually.”

Since 2018: Purchased over $49,000 of VeggieRx produce from 21 local farmers Provided nutrition counseling and nutrition education resources to over 400 people In 2020 alone, we positively impacted the lives of 600+ family members in Crook and Deschutes counties in partnership with our local health care system VeggieRx has provided over 7,500 meals worth of fresh, local food

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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 and Prineville for individuals experiencing food insecurity and diet-modifiable disease, like diabetes or heart disease. All of our vegetables and fruits are purchased from regional farmers.

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Volunteers glean excess harvest from farmer’s fields throughout the tri-county area.

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Grow & Give Fresh food donation program donating food from farmers, gardeners and farmer’s market patrons to the

regional food bank, NeighborImpact, and reaching 45+ emergency food providers.

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HDFFA PROGRAM Agricultural Support Farmers and ranchers feed our communities, and we work with them to meet their mission and connect with you, the consumer. Our educational workshops and networking opportunities provide capacity support for local farmers and ranchers to reach their full potential. We also provide financial support through Grow & Give (see p.10) and VeggieRx Through our agricultural (see p.12) by paying farmers for their food support program, products.

we offer farmers and ranchers educational workshops, networking opportunities, and technical assistance to create a healthier and more vibrant food and farm community.

“The Season Extender grant has helped us to achieve a more stable season and allowed us to grow earlier in the spring and later in the fall. We were able to rotate more crops in the hoop house and sell thousands of pounds of salad mix before and after the farmers market season. The hoophouse has helped increase our income and the amount of produce we are able to donate.”

Awarded $37,000 in season extender grants, provided 14 virtual and in-person training events Initiated an Agricultural Advisory Committee (2019), giving farmers and ranchers from each county a voice and investment in HDFFA’s activities (see p.3) Purchased $49,000 worth of produce from farmers through VeggieRx since 2018 Initiating High Desert Food Trail in 2021

-2020 Season Extender grant recipient

For more information on our Agricultural Support program contact Annie Nichols:

annie@hdffa.org

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Agriculture Support supporting ranchers and farmers to grow food for Central Oregon residents.

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Local Food Impact Study finds that for every $1 you spend on local food, $0.76 stays in the local economy

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VeggieRx fresh fruit and vegetable prescription for tri-county residents.

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Get A Taste of This Place is a regional marketing campaign to increase consumption of Central Oregon grown foods by making them easier to find and highlighting their uniqueness, while increasing profitability for the HDFFA Partners who grow and sell them. In 2021, we are partnering with local grocers to use the Get a Taste logo to highlight High Desert producers. Keep an eye out for it! Don’t see the logo? Ask the business if they purchase Central Oregon grown and raised crops, and let them know about the campaign!

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Food Sovereignty Assessment in collaboration with the Warm Springs Community Action Team.

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High Desert Food Trail joint project with Travel Oregon to initiate a regional agri-tourism program.

Local food tastes better, is healthier and better for the environment, directly supports the local economy, and connects our community.

Local is the tri-county region of Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties.

In 11 years, HDFFA has donated 73,176 lbs. of fresh local food from Central Oregon farmers to the Food Bank, and invested $110,142 in local farms and ranches utilizing private/public grants.

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Food Sovereignty In Warm Springs

Written by Carina Miller, Warm Springs Community Action Team Research Analyst | Photo provided by Brutis Baez

The Warm Springs community is unique for multiple reasons; a confederation of three separate Tribes that can be broken into dozens of different bands, it is one of two treaty Tribes in Oregon. The Warm Springs reservation is the largest in Oregon and creates distinctive opportunities for agriculture and food systems. Not only is Warm Springs rich in cultural

and traditional knowledge passed down through families since time immemorial, but Warm Springs has a long and strong political identity.

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People from the Warm Springs community have maintained relationships to the land, animals, and food through tradition and spirituality. This allows us to understand the world differently but our Tribal relationships to food have been disrupted deeply by colonization. Many modern barriers cause a disconnect between these traditional skills and relationships to food and everyday diets and practice. Many of our families have spent generation after generation hunting, fishing, digging roots and picking berries. As communities and families we continue to hold feasts, celebrations and ceremonies with the changing seasons to honor the first foods that sacrificed themselves for us. Although our relationships on every level have been damaged by colonialism, there is opportunity to decolonize, evolve, and experience metamorphosis, pulling ancient traditions into modern systems. The Warm Springs Community Action Team and the High Desert Food and Farm Alliance have partnered to create a two-year position for a project focusing on the Warm Springs food system. Using a food system assessment from the First Nations Development Institute as a guideline, WSCAT is collecting information about the existing food system and simultaneously taking community input to reimagine a new one. The project will analyze data, such as acres of agricultural land available, opportunity for economic

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development that brings in Tribal values, and assisting us in developing future projects. However, the most important piece will be to start vital conversations about where our community is when it comes to food systems and access to good food, how colonization has impacted us and created often unhealthy and even harmful environments and how we can vision a new food system and value every individual who lives here’s experience and contributions. We aim to increase awareness about what food systems are here and to expand thinking about how to decolonize our modern day economies, diets, and lives with things like food. We hope to always center community member input, provide educational and empowerment opportunities and partner with organizations to get resources directly to the Warm Springs community members.

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Eating SEASONALLY

Central Oregon produces a bounty of foods, including ripe strawberries picked in the morning, carrots recently uprooted for market, and frost-kissed fall kale. To enjoy all that this land can offer, eat seasonally and know that you’re supporting the lives and livelihoods of local farmers, ranchers, and food businesses. • Use the Seasonality Chart Before meal planning, visiting the farmers market or shopping at a grocery store, take a look at our seasonality chart for the fruits and vegetables that are available in our region. • Practice Patience Bookmark recipes and wait to try them when the ingredients are in season. If it’s March and the recipe calls for tomatoes, consider waiting until August to make it. Your farmers and your palate will thank you.

• Substitute Many recipes are adaptable. Knowing how to swap ingredients is a great way for you to cook your favorite recipes and eat seasonally at the same time. HDFFA has an easy to follow vegetable substitution guide in our Cooking Counts workbook (hdffa.org/cookingcounts) • Buy in Bulk Buying in bulk is a great way to support your local farmer, get creative in the kitchen, and save money! Consider buying

larger quantities when items are in abundance and preserving them through freezing, canning, or dehydrating. More info at: www.extension.oregonstate.edu/ food/preservation

DID YOU KNOW?

For every $1 spent on local food, $0.76 stays in the local economy compared to $0.28 for every dollar spent on imported food. Ask yourself, can I find lettuce, potatoes or ground pork locally?

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Stretching Your Local Food Dollars. Our colleagues at The Healthy Food Policy Project state that food is accessible when it is affordable and community members can readily grow or raise it, find it, obtain it, transport it, prepare it, and eat it.

GROW & RAISE • OSU Extension Central Oregon gardening advice (see p. 45) and HDFFA partners offering herbs, seeds, plants, and landscaping services (see p. 32) extension.oregonstate.edu/gardening

Find and Obtain • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) oregon.gov/dhs/assistance/ food-benefits • Women Infants and Children (WIC) For locations and resources call 211 or visit oregon.gov/oha/PH/ HEALTHYPEOPLEFAMILIES/WIC/

• Central Oregon food pantries neighborimpact.org/get-help/get-food/ • Fill Your Pantry bulk buying event: use SNAP and receive Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB)! centraloregonfillyourpantry.com (see p.17)

Transport • Cascade East Transit free and low-cost tri-county transit services, including Dial-ARide. Go to cascadeseasttransit.com and find your travel route!

Prepare and Eat • Cooking Counts HDFFA cookbook and nutrition resources hdffa.org/cookingcounts • Food Hero! Cooking tips and tricks with OSU Extension foodhero.org

• Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB) Match your SNAP dollars, up to $20/day (for a limited time) at the Bend and Sisters Farmers markets (see p. 32). Doubleuporegon.org

DID YOU KNOW?

There are 39,000 Central Oregonians facing food insecurity every day.

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HDFFA

Farm, Ranch & Business COUPONS

Golden Eagle Organics 10% of any farmer’s market purchase of $100 or more

Bohemian Roastery

FREE doorstep delivery in most tri-county cities. Enter code LOCAL on our webstore.

The Ale Apothecary

North 44 Farm

10% off your first order with code TAKE10. Expires 12/31/21

Broadus Bees

$5 off your next purchase at Broadus Bees

Root Cellar

Mahonia Gardens/The Stand $5 off your first visit to The Stand. Limit one per customer per season. Expires 10/31/2021

Holm Made Toffee Co.

15% off online toffee purchases (excludes gift sets and specialty items): HDFFA15 expires 12/31/21

Super Belly Ferments

10% off your tasting room visit

Complimentary cup of bone broth beverage with purchase. Expires 12/31/21

Buy one get one 50% off at Bend & Northwest Crossing 2021 farmers markets. Limit one per customer.

Bonta - Natural Artisan Gelato

Faith Hope & Charity Vineyards

Canyon Moon Farms

Buy one, get one free 4 oz cup or cone

Feast Food Company

$5 off of a dine-in pizza purchase. Limit one per customer. Expires 10/01/2021

F5 Smokehouse

10% off entire purchase. Limit one per customer. Expires 04/01/2022

$5 off purchase of $75+. Only good for retail items. Limit one per customer, expires 12/31/21

Bluestone Natural Farms

SunLife Farm and Ranch

Keystone Natural Beef

Vaquero Valley Ranch and Cattle Company

10% off a minimum purchase of $25. Limit one per customer.

Free one pound package of ground beef with any retail purchase of $250 or more.

Home Farm Foods

Buy two dozen eggs and get one free. One time use.

$2 OFF Entry to Bootahs Claus Festival 2021. Limit one per customer.

10% off your first order. One time use only.

Pioneer Ranch

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

Save 10% off your purchase of over $10 at market

The Vegetable Man - Bend, OR.

$5 off when you spend $25 or more.

Volcano Veggies

Use online code FRESH for $10 off your first 4 orders of $25 or more. Limit one per customer, expires Expires 12/31/2021

Nonna’s Cucina

Buy one entree get one 1/2 off. Expires 12/31/21

Sungrounded Farm

10% off at our Farmer’s Market Booth. Limit one per customer per season.

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Local Food Superstars! We would like to recognize the HDFFA partners going above and beyond with local food sourcing and support of our local food community. Our farmers and rancher partners voted for the following food businesses that purchase products regularly from their farms/ranches.

Our 2021 Local Food Champions

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THE PEOPLE’s PIES*

ROOT CELLAR STAPLES

*Transitioning to Underground Pasty Club, no longer a food truck.

This Directory is composed of HDFFA Partners, from farmers and ranchers to bakers, food trucks, 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 accuracy, all of our partners agree to the following guidelines:

Food Businesses Pledge to: • Grow, raise, and sell products primarily in Central Oregon • Operate primarily and/or founded in Central Oregon • Be 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

Farmer & Ranches Pledge to: • Source raw products, to the best of their ability, from Central Oregon producers • Ensure that products are available in Central Oregon markets • Support a sustainable, regional food system through mission or business practices • Operate primarily and/or founded in Central Oregon Photo Credit: FLYING DOUBLE J RANCH | Jessica Greenleaf


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Big Summit Beef Company

Bluestone Natural Farms Boundless Farmstead Canyon Moon Farms

Casad Family Farms Cascade Mountain Pastures

Central Oregon Ostrich

Central Oregon Veterans Ranch Crown C Farms LLC Crump Ranch

DD Ranch, LLC

Cultivate Farms Deschutes Canyon Garlic Deschutes Gourmet Mushrooms Double F Ranch Fibonacci Farm Fields Farm Flying Double J Ranch

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Diversity Indicators We understand that diversity builds economic vitality, uplifts communities and promotes productivity and resiliency. HDFFA Partners self-selected from the following indicators. The following indicators are used throughout this directory. Minority-owned: Racial and/or ethnic groups other than white, which are the global demographic majority.

Veteran-owned: Active service completed in any branch of the United States Armed Forces.

LGBTQ-owned: Sexual orientations, gender expressions, & gender identities of the LGBTQ community.

Women-owned: Owned and operated by a woman.

These indicators are included in our work but no Partners chose to use them this year. Disability-owned Physical and / or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities.

Indigenous-owned: Indigenous peoples of the continental United States, Alaska, and Hawaii.

Farm and Ranch Indicators

These indicators identify the types of products and services our farms and ranches provide. Veggies/Fruit

Eggs/Dairy

Meat/ Poultry

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Herbs, Flowers & Plants

CSA/Herd Share

Farm Visits & Purchases

Purchasing Indicators

This indicator lets you know you can use one or more of the following payment methods. Ask the vendor before you purchase which payment method they accept.

• SNAP - Federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (aka Oregon Trail or Food Stamps)

• WIC - Nutrition program for Women, Infants & Children • FDNP - Farm Direct Nutrition Program is a state-administered, federal nutrition program serving families enrolled in the WIC and income-eligible seniors. FDNP participants receive $4.00 checks to spend on fresh, locally-grown fruits, vegetables, and cut edible herbs directly with authorized farmers from June 1 through November 30.

• SFDNP - The Senior Farm Direct Nutrition Program provides income-eligible seniors with checks to purchase fresh, locally grown fruit, vegetables and cut, edible herbs directly from participating farmers at farmers markets and farm stands from June through November. SFDNP is a state-administered, federal nutrition program. Participation does not affect medical assistance or SNAP benefits. Contact the SFDNP at 1-866-299-3562.

See page 18 for more information on Stretching Your Budget or to learn more about these programs.

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2021 HIGH DESERT

Food & Farm Directory

Farms & Ranchs 2Sisters Ranch Wagyu

Renee Bouma 2SistersRanchWagyu@gmail.com 2SistersRanchWagyu.com Facebook: @2SistersRanchLLC Instagram: @2SistersRanch_Wagyu Wed-Sun 11-5 Farm Certified: Animal Welfare Approved, Certified Naturally Grown 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. No Antibiotics, No GMO, No Spray, No stress.

Big Summit Beef Company Justin Rodgers P.O. Box 1831, Prineville (541) 362-6508 bigsummitbeef@gmail.com bigsummitbeef.com Call for appt. Farm Certified: Animal Welfare Approved We sell locally grown and sourced beef and lamb 100% naturally raised and finished on grass! We are committed to ethical and humane animal husbandry practices. Our animals are raised on the highest quality forages with no hormones or antibiotics added!

Veggies/Fruit

DISABILITY OWNED

Eggs/Dairy

LGBTQ OWNED

Bluestone Natural Farms

Casad Family Farms

Michael & Onda Hueners 12555 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte (541) 610-4339 ondah56@gmail.com Facebook@bluestonenaturalfarms Instagram@bluestonenaturalfarms Year round, call for info

Cate and Chris Havstad Casad (541) 815-6483 casadfamilyfarms2017@gmail.com casadfamilyfarms.com Call for appt.

Family run farm that has a farm store, tours, event venue and classes. Please come visit us.

Boundless Farmstead David and Megan Kellner-Rode (541) 390-4825 info@boundlessfarmstead.com boundlessfarmstead.com Dedicated to the earth, to our community, and to growing the best damn food we can. We use sustainable practices to grow chemical-free vegetables, fruits, and eggs.

Canyon Moon Farms Laura Fern 6255 Green Valley Rd., Prineville (541) 233-3100 canyonmoonfarms@gmail.com canyonmoonfarms.com Call for appt. We are a small, women-owned farm focusing on growing diverse veggies, herbs, and medicinal plants. We never use chemicals, and we work toward building biodiversity on the land we cultivate.

Meat/ Poultry MINORITY OWNED

honey

INDIGENOUS OWNED

Herbs, Flowers & Plants VETERAN OWNED

Farm Certified: Certified Organic Certified Organic, biodiverse family farm growing wholesale potatoes, onions, winter squash, hays, grains and raising animals for direct-to-consumer meat shares and meat CSAs.

Cascade Mountain Pastures Karan Swaner 18130 Hwy 126, Sisters (541) 213-6406 Cascademountainpastures@gmail.com Call for appt. We raise happy healthy grass fed lamb, beef, and goat just outside of Sisters, Oregon. We also sell delicious free range eggs. We pay attention to detail in our operation from start to finish.

Central Oregon Ostrich Michael Lehman 7600 SW Quarry Ave., Redmond (541) 923-5076 michael@CentralOregonOstrich.com CentralOregonOstrich.com Call for appt. 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.

CSA/Herd Share WOMEN OWNED

Farm Visits & Purchases Accept EBT, WIC and/ or FMDPV/SFMNP

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Veggies/Fruit

Meat/ Poultry

Eggs/Dairy

honey

Herbs, Flowers & Plants

CSA/Herd Share

Farm Visits & Purchases

Central Oregon Veterans Ranch

Cultivate Farms

Deschutes Canyon Garlic

Orion Carriger 65920 61st St., Bend (541) 706-9062 orionc@covranch.org covranch.org Thurs-Sat, 9am-2pm

Maegen Hindson 21925 Rastovich Rd., Bend (541) 390-2138 help@bendfarms.com bendfarms.com Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Gia Matzinger info@deschutescanyongarlic.com deschutescanyongarlic.com Aug-Nov, Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Veterans farm and ranch specializing in hydroponic lettuce. Free community garden plots for veterans available through May.

Farm Certified: Certified Naturally Grown Long time residents of Bend, Maegen and James own and operate this Certified Naturally Grown farm. Offerings include: Salad Greens, Root Vegetables, Tomatoes, Strawberries and more! Minutes from Downtown Bend.

Crown C Farms LLC Jim Crocker 2609 NW Odem Ave., Terrebonne (541) 480-9070 jim_crocker@hotmail.com crowncllc.com Call for appt. We grow a wide variety of vegetables.

DD Ranch, LLC Linda Anspach 3836 NE Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne (541) 548-1432 linda@ddranch.net ddranch.net Call for appt.

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.

Authentic

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.

Brazilian

Mini Bites

Deschutes Gourmet Mushrooms Robert Glenney (541) 408-5206 deschutesmushrooms@gmail.com deshrooms.com Deschutes Gourmet Mushrooms uses environmentally friendly and sustainable practices to cultivate the finest gourmet mushrooms in Central Oregon. These flavorful and nutritionally packed mushrooms are available year-round.

Farm Certified: Certified Naturally Grown

Crump Ranch

Farm Certified: Certified Organic 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.

Double F Ranch Katia Steckly (541) 489-3212 Katia@doublefranch.com doublefranch.com Monthly Bend pickup: 3rd Friday of the month 3-5pm Your year-round connection to local meats. Know your food, learn new recipes and grow more confident in the kitchen. Grassfinished beef and lamb, pastured pork and poultry with free-range eggs.

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• GREAT FOR PARTIES/SNACKS/LUNCH • FIND US AT YOUR LOCAL STORE IN THE FROZEN BREAD AISLE mybellabaker.com

@mybellabaker

Boone Dog Pizza featuring the best ingredients that Central Oregon has to offer! Located in Sisters, Oregon Thurs-Sat 11-7”

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DISABILITY OWNED

LGBTQ OWNED

MINORITY OWNED

INDIGENOUS OWNED

VETERAN OWNED

Fibonacci Farm

Four Acre Farm Madras

Aaron & Lauren Stubbs 7858 SW 61st St., Redmond (541) 595-8973 FibonacciFarmInfo@gmail.com FibonacciFarm.org Email for appt.

Agustin Olea 4508 S Eureka Ln., Madras (541) 610-4403 4acrefarmmetolius@gmail.com Facebook: @FourAcreFarm Call for appt.

A 3/4 acre market garden growing fresh produce and beautiful flowers in Redmond. No spray, no-till, hand tools. Weekly CSA subscriptions available on our website. Look for us at Redmond Tuesday Market and Madras Saturday Market.

Four Acre Farm Madras offers veggies grown using sustainable methods and animals treated well with space to roam.

Freshfields Farm

Our farm specializes in pesticide-free produce, CSA of our beef shares and produce. We also have free range eggs available year round. Lodging is also available and we have a farm stand in the spring and summer.

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.

Flying Double J Ranch Jessie Rall experience@flyingdoublejranch.com flyingdoublejranch.com Call for appt. Grass-fed, pasture raised beef, pork and eggs without using any hormones or antibiotics. Heritage breeds including Mangalitsa hogs and Scottish Highland cattle. Cuts, shares and livestock available.

Accept EBT, WIC and/ or FMDPV/SFMNP

Gorilla Greens Donna Lemieux-Brehm Donna 19189 Dayton Rd., Dayton Road (503) 970-9852 freshfieldsfarmbend@gmail.com May through Oct

2 SISTERS RANCH

WOMEN OWNED

Golden Eagle Organics Brian Lepore 62900 Eagle Rd., Bend (541) 214-5467 brian@goldeneagleorganics.com goldeneagleorganics.com Facebook: @goldeneagleorganic Instagram: @goldeneagleorg Twitter: @GoldenEagOrganics Call for appt. Farm Certified: Animal Welfare Approved We’re a small suburban diversified farm raising lamb and goat and market vegetables for direct sale to Bend’s local food consumers.

Chris Stahn (541) 250-0900 chris@gorillagreens.farm gorillagreens.farm Call for info We grow and personally deliver our harvest every week of Microgreens and Wheatgrass. We believe healthy soil promotes better nutrition, resulting in real benefits.

HolmesStead Ranch Inc. Mike & Debbie Holmes 24075 Hwy 20, Bend (541) 322-6992 HolmesSteadRanch@gmail.com Facebook: @HomessteadRanch Call for info HolmesStead Ranch is a family run farm. We are located just 9 miles east of Costco on Hwy 20 in Bend. We sell directly off our ranch and will be selling at the local Farmers Market in 2021.

Home Farm Foods Cameron Gunther 7085 SW Kent Ln., Culver (541) 279-3057 info@homefarmfoods.co homefarmfoods.co Call for appt. Farm Certified: Animal Welfare Approved Home Farm Foods has certified Animal Welfare Approved laying hens, grass fed and finished beef, and pasture pork that work in harmony to leave the land better than before.

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Hope Springs Dairy

Lazarus Organics

North 44 Farm

Zane McCourtney 24356 Dodds Rd., Bend (541) 880-3153 hopespringsdairy@gmail.com hopespringsdairy.com Open daily 7am-9pm

Zack Troyer farm@lazarusnaturals.com Mon-Fri, 8am-4pm

Courtney Schuur (541) 241-2057 hello@north44farm.com north44farm.com Daily curbside pickup - by appt. only

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.

Farm Certified: Certified Organic We provide a consistent local supply of specialty microgreens, salad mixes and specialty mushrooms and want to make local produce available and accessible for all.

We are a first generation farm specializing in farm-direct deliveries of our grass fed and finished lamb and beef. Visit our website to order your favorite cuts of meat.

Paradise Produce

Mahonia Gardens & The Stand

Terri Buck 6651 N Adams Dr., Madras (541) 350-0468 paradiseproduce2012@yahoo.com Store: Open daily year round, 7am-7pm For plants or starts: May-Jun; Tue-Sat, 10am-5pm or by appt.

Benji Nagel 254 E Adams Ave., Sisters (541) 420-8684 mahoniagardens@gmail.com mahoniagardens.com Facebook: @MahoniaGardens Instagram @mahoniagardens @the_stand_sisters May-Oct, daily, 9am-7pm

We have a large selection of garden fresh vegetables, picked daily. On-site store is self-serve, honor system. We also offer CSA, cage-free eggs, local raw honey, value-added products, vegetable starts and bedding flowers.

Pine Mountain Ranch

A small vegetable farm in Sisters, using only sustainable practices. We focus on soil health and biodiversity. Find our veggies and other local goods at The Stand.

Loretta Spahmer 23585 Hwy 20 East, Bend (541) 604-4051 info@pmrbuffalo.com pmrbuffalo.com Fridays 11-2, call for appt.

In Cahoots Heirloom Apple Orchard Collaborative Carolyn (CJ) Johnson incahootsheirloomapples@gmail.com Not open to the public In Cahoots Heirloom Apple Orchard Collaborative includes orchards located throughout Central Oregon. We have a variety of heritage and rare heirloom apples.

Keystone Natural Beef Billy Buchanan 10142 NW Coyner Ave., Redmond (541) 974-9006 keystonecattle@outlook.com keystonenaturalbeef.com Our mission is to provide exceptional Angus and Wagyu beef, while giving the greatest consideration to holistic sustainability and the best quality of life for our animals.

Grass pasture raised bison, yak, beef, and elk. Custom made sausages. Jerky.

Millican Valley Beef Inc

Larkin Valley Ranch Julie Larkin P.O. Box 1152, Redmond (541) 420-0879 lvrbeef@icloud.com larkinvalleyranch.com Facebook: @larkinvalleyranch Instagram: @larkinvalleyranch Call for appt. LVR offers Beef & Lamb cuts of your choice delivered directly to your door!

Veggies/Fruit

NORTH 44 FARM | COURTNEY SCHUUR

Eggs/Dairy

Melissa Magee 21085 Knott Rd., Bend (541) 390-8831 mdavis@bendbroadband.com millicanvalleybeef.com Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 9am-4pm Millican Valley Beef has been raising Angus/Limousin cattle since 1996. We raise all grass fed beef locally in Central Oregon.

Meat/ Poultry

honey

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Herbs, Flowers & Plants

CSA/Herd Share

Farm Visits & Purchases


DISABILITY OWNED

LGBTQ OWNED

MINORITY OWNED

INDIGENOUS OWNED

VETERAN OWNED

WOMEN OWNED

Accept EBT, WIC and/ or FMDPV/SFMNP

Pioneer Ranch

Rickety Bridge Ranch

Roots and Rails Farm

Evan Moran (559) 681-1310 pioneerranch.com Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

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

Eryn & Jasen Elbers P.O. Box 1104, Sisters (541) 420-9812 rootsandrailsfarm@gmail.com Facebook: @rootsandrailsfarm Eggs available all year; Flowers/Vegetables: May-Oct

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.

Purple Fox Farm Cammy Barr cammy@purplefoxfarm.com purplefoxfarm.com Email for appt.

Farm Certified: Animal Welfare Approved Grass-fed, pasture raised beef without hormones or antibiotics. Piedmontese and Angus-cross available from the farm and Central Oregon Locavore

Roots Wild

Fresh cut flowers, on farm animal encounters, essential oil and aromatic floral waters, Black nose Valais sheep sales and raw wool sales. FLYING DOUBLE J RANCH | JESSICA GREENLEAF

Rainshadow Organics Sarahlee Lawrence 71290 Holmes Rd., Sisters (541) 977-6746 info@rainshadoworganics.com rainshadoworganics.com Farm store: Fri-Sat 11-3 (all year); Thurs-Sat 11am-3pm (summer) Farm Certified: Certified Organic We grow certified organic vegetables, grains, and flowers, and pasture-raised, non-GMO fed pork and beef as well as make pickles, preserves, krauts, and other fermented goodies from our produce.

Sustainably grown, fresh cut flowers, vegetables and eggs.

Rooper Ranch Amy Hensley 1150 NE Yucca Ave., Redmond (541) 815-7334 rooperranch@gmail.com rooperranch.com Facebook: @rooperranch Instagram: @rooperranch Call or email for appt. We are a small farm dedicated to growing a wide variety of vegetables using sustainable practices. You can find our produce at Paradise Produce, Tumalo Farmstand, Northwest Crossing Farmers Market and local establishments.

Eliza Johnson & Rob Eaton NW corner of 31st and Wilcox in Terrebonne (541) 207-6972 eliza@rootswild.com rootswild.com Email for appt. We are a flower farm and floral studio offering specialty blooms grown using sustainable practices. Find us at the Bend Farmers Market, join our CSA, or visit our Farm Stand.

Seed to Table Audrey Tehan (541) 203-0152 office@seedtotablesisters.org seedtotableoregon.org Seed to Table is a non-profit educational farm based in Sisters, OR.

A NON-PROFIT SUPPORTING LOCAL FOOD AND LOCAL FARMERS SINCE 2009

Central Oregon’s Only Year Round Indoor Farmers Market, Local Food Education Headquarters and Community Gathering Space

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TESS FREEMAN

Silver Fox Farms, LLC Nadina Best 2286 SE Paulina Hwy., Prineville (541) 640-9998 silverfoxfarmsco@gmail.com silverfoxfarmsco.com Wed-Sat 11am-6pm We are a small family farm with a committed emphasis on sustainable and biodynamic methods. We raise poultry, rabbits, bees, veggies, fruits & medicinal herb gardens from organic and heritage seed.

Splitting Aces Livestock Jenna Pike (520) 275-0260 splittingaceslivestock@gmail.com Aceslivestock.com Call for appt. Raised 100% grass fed beef, pasture raised pork, free range chicken and eggs

Sungrounded Farm

Tender Greens

Ashley Petersen 211 NE Wilcox Ave., Terrebonne sungrounded@gmail.com sungrounded.com Not open to the public

Jessica Wilkinson (541) 280-7223 tgbend.com Facebook: @tendergreensbend Instagram: @Tendergreens1

A market farm dedicated to soil, environment and community. We grow all our produce the natural way and without chemicals.

Tender Greens grows and distributes micro greens and edible flowers to restaurants in Central Oregon. We practice sustainable and environmentally-friendly farming.

SunLife Farm and Ranch

Thomas Orchards

Jeffery Fox 1607 NW Gerke Rd., Prineville (541) 636-9909 sunlifefarm1@gmail.com sunlifefarm.com Facebook: @sunlifefarm Instagram: @sunlifefarmer Twitter: @thepurplefarmer Call for appt.

Jeff Thomas (541) 934-2870 11011 North Pershing St., Mt. Angel thomasorchards@hotmail.com kimberlyfruitcompany.com Seasonal fruit stand open daily midJun-Oct, 8am-6pm

Hay. Honey. Lavender and Festival. We produce them all. Unique CSA. End of year Honey and Holiday - Bootahs Claus Festival Nov 27/28, Dec 4/5- 11/12 Come Celebrate!

We grow a variety of fruits including cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines, plums, pears and apples. We also produce dried fruits, jams, spreads, syrups and apple sauce. All of our products along with other fresh produce are available at our fruit stand

Swan Farm & Flower

Tumalo Family Farm

Danae Swan (541) 420-7866 Danaesbouquets@gmail.com Call for appt.

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

All natural flowers and vegetables

Year-round production of tomatoes, cucumbers and kale.

T-Bone Hay and Cattle Stumpmunk Farms, LLC Leah Thompson hello@stumpmunkfarms.com stumpmunkfarms.com Seasonal, Spring-Fall Stumpmunk Farms is a flower farm that grows a variety of cut flowers and fillers, serving the Sisters community via flower CSAs and partnering with local retailers and floral designers.

Marilyn Kasch 3604 SW Park Ln., Culver (541) 771-9445 mkaschre@cbbmail.com Call for appt. T-Bone Hay and Cattle is a family owned business, we specialize in Lean Ground Beef, available year round in 1 or 2 pound packages, we also sell 1/2 or whole beef by the hanging weight. DESCHUTES MUSHROOMS

Veggies/Fruit

Eggs/Dairy

Meat/ Poultry

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DISABILITY OWNED

LGBTQ OWNED

MINORITY OWNED

Vaquero Valley Ranch and Cattle Company Ron Miller 18775 Pinehurst Rd., Bend (541) 350-2520 vvrccbeef@gmail.com bendbeef.com Call for appt.

INDIGENOUS OWNED

VETERAN OWNED

WOMEN OWNED

Accept EBT, WIC and/ or FMDPV/SFMNP

White Diamond Ranch

Wine Down Ranch

Ann Snyder 9101 Wilson Ck Rd., Ashwood (541) 489-3239 annsnyder@rconnects.com

Mary & Roy Beyer 6500 NE McKay Creek Rd., Prineville (503) 810-7003 winedownranch@gmail.com winedownranch.com Call for appt.

We sell nearly all common cuts of lamb and several varieties of sausage at several local outlets and (June-Sept) at the ranch.

Vaquero Valley Ranch takes pride in offering a truly grass fed and solely 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.

We value the health and welfare of our cattle. Our Chi-Angus cows are pasture raised, antibiotic, hormone free and live a stress free life. WDR is an event venue and we welcome ranch visits.

Worthy Organic Farm Gwen Bartonek 495 Bellevue Dr., Bend (541) 647-6970 ext. 220 info@worthygardenclub.com worthygardenclub.com Open daily, 12pm-8pm

Volcano Veggies Shannon Sbarra (541) 728-3355 info@volcanoveggies.com volcanoveggies.com Facebook, Instagram & Twitter: @volcanoveggies Farm Certified: Certified Organic Volcano Veggies is an organic farm and local food delivery service. Sign up for the Fresh Club today to get the best of Central Oregon delivered for free to your door!

Well Rooted Farms Frank & Janelle Maricle (541) 647-7408 info@wellrootedfarms.co wellrootedfarms.co Facebook: @well.rootedfarms Instagram: @well.rootedfarms Jul-Oct, Mon-Sat 9am-7pm We are a family owned and operated business selling local produce, farm fresh pasture run eggs, pasture raised pork and beef. We are local to Central Oregon and grow high quality, nutritious and delicious food!

TESS FREEMAN

Whitener Family Farms Geoffrey Whitener (808) 896-7304 gswhitener@yahoo.com Call for appt. Growing fresh, local produce by sustainable methods in Bend, Oregon

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

The Worthy Organic Farm serves as a community classroom for organic agriculture production, healthy soil practices, and insect conservation. We grow high quality organic produce for Worthy Brewing’s Restaurant.

Zajac Farms Tyler Zajac (724) 968-9202 tylerzajac@gmail.com zajacfarms.com Call for appt. Small, diversified vegetable farm providing fresh produce to the community of Bend. All produce is grown using minimal tillage.

Farm Certified: Animal Welfare Approved Raw milk dairy farm, including meats (pork, young beef, lamb, bones), dairy, raw aged cheeses, honey, grade A facility. Natural as it comes! TESS FREEMAN

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2021 HIGH DESERT

BUSINESS Directory Madras Saturday Market

Sisters Farmers Market

Madras

(541) 419-4625 madrassaturdaymarket.com May 29-Sept 18, Sat, 10am-1pm ZAJAC FARMS

Farmers Market Bend Farmers Market

Brooks Alley downtown Bend bendfarmersmarket.com May 1-Oct 15, Wed, 2-6pm An open-air market providing fresh Central Oregon produce and farm products to the Bend community, providing a viable market for local farmers, and enhancing the business, nutritional, and community health of Central Oregon.

CROP Farmers Market Prineville (503) 949-9899 cropfarmersmarket.org Jun-Sept, Sat, 10am-2pm

The Madras Saturday Market is a nonprofit farmers & artisans market serving the communities in Jefferson County, Oregon. Our Market features local produce, arts, crafts, and food vendors.

NWX Farmers Market (541) 350-4217 nwxfarmersmarket.com Jun-Sept, Sat, 10am-2pm

Redmond Farmers Market Centennial Park: 7th & SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond (541) 550-0066 Jun-Sept, Tue, 3-6pm A seasonal farmers market located in downtown Redmond, OR featuring local farmers and producers.

GOLDEN EAGLE ORGANICS

Seeds, Plants, & Landscapes

Bend Urban Gardens LLC (541) 728-3105 bendurbangardens.com Facebook: @BendUrbanGardens Instagram: @BendUrbanGardens Call or email for appointment

Madras Farm-to-Table Market Madras City Hall Plaza 125 SW “E” St., Madras (541) 325-0302 ci.madras.or.us/community/page/ farm-table-market May 28-Sept 3, Fri, 2pm-6pm

We empower aspiring vegetable gardeners by offering on-site consultations, personalized crop plans, plant starts, raised garden beds and season extension installation, as well as garden lessons.

Farm-to-Table Market featuring products grown or raised by Jefferson county farmers and ranchers.

LGBTQ OWNED

All are welcome to come experience the bounty of Sisters Farmers Market on Sundays! Shop for fresh, micro-local produce and artisanal goods throughout Fir Street Park in the heart of Sisters, Oregon.

A place where local farmers, artisans & business owners meet our welcoming community!

The CROP Farmers Market will be held every Saturday at Stryker Park in Downtown Prineville at NE 4th St. and Court St. Shop local farm-fresh foods and handmade goods.

DISABILITY OWNED

150 N Fir St., Sisters (541) 904-0134 sistersfarmersmarket.com Facebook: @SistersFarmersMarket Instagram: @SistersFarmersMarket Jun 6-Sept 3, Sun, 11am-2pm

Proudly supporting locally grown

MINORITY OWNED

INDIGENOUS OWNED

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WOMEN OWNED

Accept EBT, WIC and/ or FMDPV/SFMNP


Dome Grown Produce

Plainview Gardens LLC

7858 SW 61st St., Redmond (541) 678-3064 domegrown.org Call for appt., April-July

18344 Fryrear Ranch Rd., Bend (541) 410-2026 plainviewgardens.com Call for appointment

Small, Local farm specializing in “Instant Garden Trays”, a variety of vegetable and herb starts for all your gardening needs. We will also have some of our favorite veggies at the market!

Grower of plants – herbs, vegetable starts and flowers – for sale to the public at CO Locavore or by appointment at the greenhouse.

Proudly growing locally

Instant Landscaping 63160 Nels Anderson Rd., Bend (541) 389-9663 instantlandscaping.com Mon-Fri, 8:30am-11:30am, 12pm4:30pm; Sat, 10am-3pm Instant Landscaping Company is a Central Oregon based provider of gardening and grower bulk organics. Proudly supporting locally grown

Proudly growing locally WINEDOWN RANCH

Paradise Produce (541) 350-0468 6651 N Adams Dr., Madras Store: Open daily year-round, 7am-7pm For plants or starts: May-Jun; Tue-Sat, 10am-5pm or by appt We have a large selection of garden fresh vegetables, picked daily. On-site store is self-serve, honor system. We also offer CSA, cage-free eggs, local raw honey, value-added products, vegetable starts and bedding flowers. Proudly growing locally

Schilling’s Garden Market 64640 Old Bend Redmond Hwy., Bend (541) 323-0160 schillingsgardenmarket.com Facebook: @schillingsgardenmarket Instagram: @schillingsgardenmarket Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm; Sat 9am-5pm; Sun, 10am-3pm Schilling’s Garden Market offers a family friendly environment with a beautiful view that people of all ages can enjoy. Our Farm Stand specializes in culinary treasures sourced from our gardens, local farms and ranches and greater Oregon. Proudly growing locally

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Beverages 10 Barrel Brewing Co. Westside: 1135 NW Galveston, Bend Eastside: 62950 NE 18th St., Bend (541) 241-7733 10barrel.com Facebook: @10BarrelEastSide Instagram: @10BarrelEast Sun-Sat, 11am-11pm Enjoy a plate of nachos or a pint at our eastside location featuring 20 taps with beers brewed on-site as well as beers from each of our other brewpub locations. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Big Ed’s Artisan Bread, Country Natural Beef, and Rainshadow Organics

BOUNDLESS FARMSTEAD

Stumpmunk Farms

(480) 399-7662 bohemianroastery.com Always available online Bohemian Roastery is a small batch, woodfire coffee micro-roastery located in Bend, OR. Our coffee is smooth, never bitter, and closer to PH balanced than coffee roasted using petroleum based heat. Proudly processing locally

Compassion Kombucha 354 SE Logsden St., Unit 125 & 130, Bend (503) 544-8585 drinkcompassion.com Call for appointment Good things start with compassion. This is why we flavor with whole, organic fruit (never juices or flavorings), brew with Elephant Friendly certified whole leaf teas, and donate a portion of our profits to families in need.

stumpmunkfarms.com Seasonal, Spring-Fall Stumpmunk Farms is a flower farm that grows a variety of cut flowers and fillers, serving the Sisters community via Flower CSAs and partnering with local florists and floral designers. Proudly growing locally

Bohemian Roastery, LLC

Proudly sourcing from: Broadus Bees BOHEMIAN ROASTERY | JEFF AKERS

The Ale Apothecary Your Garden Companion 20841 SE Westview Dr., Bend, (541) 203-0734 yourgardencompanion.com Instagram: @YourGardenCompanion Call or email for appointment Saving the planet by restoring the landscape, one yard/farm at a time! Proudly growing locally

30 SW Century D., Ste. 140, Bend (541) 797-6265 thealeapothecary.com Call for 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. Proudly sourcing from: DD Ranch, Mecca Grade Estate Malt, and Thomas Orchards

YOUR LOCAL FARMER-OWNED CO-OP SINCE 1967

ALWAYS OPEN AT FARMSTORE.COM

FARM-PROVEN SOLUTIONS | EXPERIENCED TEAM | COMMUNITY FOCUSED

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The Dancing Bean

Lone Pine Coffee Roasters

Palate: a coffee bar

225 SE 5th St., Madras (541) 325-1160 dancingbeanscoffee.com Facebook: @DancingBeans Instagram: @Dancing_Beans_Coffee Mon-Fri, 6am-2pm; Sat, 8am-2pm

910 NW Harriman St., Bend 1462 NE Cushing Dr., Ste. 160, Bend (541) 306-1010 lonepinecoffeeroasters.com Open daily, 7am-5pm

643 NW Colorado Ave., Bend (541) 321-8098 palateacoffeebar.com Open daily, 7am-2pm

We are a local, fresh from scratch cafe specializing in amazing espresso drinks and simple comfort foods. Nothing fancy but we can name and pronounce all of the ingredients. Proudly sourcing from: Oregon Beef, Green Drive, Bridge 99, and our own garden

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

Central Oregon’s Premier Boutique Winery. Offering stellar scenery and views. Wine tasting, tours, wood fired pizza, charcuterie, and more. Proudly sourcing from: our estate vineyard

Proudly sourcing from: Metolius Tea, Sparrow Bakery, and Picky Bars

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

Faith Hope & Charity Vineyards 70450 NW Lower Valley Dr., Terrebonne (541) 526-5075 faithhopeandcharityvineyards.com Facebook: @Faithhopeandcharityvineyards Instagram: @fhcvineyards Apr 5-Oct, Open daily, 12pm-5pm

We at Palate have been serving coffee for a combined 30+ years and our favorite part of that is working in the shop, interacting with our community. Keep your eyes peeled for our new breakfast truck!

Fresh roasted coffee, food and pastries SUTTLE TEA

Proudly baking locally.

Mecca Grade Estate Malt, LLC 9619 NW Columbia Dr., Madras (541) 602-0286 meccagrade.com Instagram: @meccagrade Thurs-Sat, 12pm-8pm Mecca Grade is an estate malthouse and farmhouse brewery located on our family’s 1,000-acre irrigated century farm in Madras, Oregon. Stop by to visit our tasting room and storefront. Proudly sourcing our own grains and processing locally

Suttle Tea 450 E. Cascade Ave., Sisters (541) 549-8077 SuttleTea.com Mon-Fri, 11am-5pm Suttle Tea is Sisters’ local artisanal tea shoppe. Whole-leaf teas from smallproduction farmers and hand-blends in small batches. Proudly processing locally

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Wild Ride Brewing

Broadus Bees

Dump City Dumplings

332 SW 5th St., Redmond (541) 516-8544 wildridebrew.com Open daily, 11am-10pm

60136 Cinder Butte Rd., Bend (541) 480-9632 broadusbees.com Call for appointment

384 SW Upper Terrace Dr., Bend (541) 323-6243 dumpcitydumplings.com Wed-Sun, 1-7pm

Wild Ride Brewing is a production brewery and family-friendly Tap Room located in the heart of downtown Redmond, Oregon.

Broadus Bees is a local family run business creating sustainable honeybee products, custom hive installation, and education about the critical role bees play in our food system.

We use the highest quality, sustainably sourced ingredients to make big steamed buns, teriyaki chicken, and other Asianinspired food. Find our food carts all around Bend and our dumplings and sauces in stores!

Proudly sourcing from: Mecca Grade Estate Malt

Proudly working with local bees to create honey

Busy IZZY Foods (510) 506-8737 busyizzyfoods.com Facebook: @BusyIzzyFoods Instagram: @BusyIzzyFoods

SUNNY YOGA

Specialty Foods Abiqua Naturals LLC PO Box 3214, Sunriver (503) 989-0532 abiquanaturals.com Abiqua Naturals Elderberry Boost has been our most popular product since 2015 and is still small batch made with only the highest quality ingredients, primarily certified organic. Proudly processing locally

Bella Baker (541) 325-3190 mybellabaker.com Facebook: @MyBellaBaker Instagram: @MyBellaBaker

Look for us at local farmer’s markets Busy IZZY Foods is a specialty food producer dedicated to the highest standards in ingredients, methods, freshness, and cleanliness. Izzy specializes in gluten-free granola and was awarded the HDFFA “Local Champion” for specialty foods (2019 & 2020). Proudly sourcing from: Bob’s Redmill, Glory Bee, Hummingbird Wholesale, and Green Valley Pecan.

Dancing Jalapeno 20652 White Dove Ln., Bend (541) 241-4426 dancingjalapeno.com Always available online A fruit spread that is not just for toast anymore. Offering 5 flavors – apricot, mango, marionberry, peach and pineapple. Proudly processing locally

Holm Made Toffee Co. 1234 NE 1st St., Bend (541) 610-3173 holmmadetoffee.com Facebook: @HolmMade Instagram: @HolmMadeToffee Always available online Holm Made Toffee Co. is a family-owned artisan confectioner based in Bend. We craft our candy in traditional handmade batches, utilizing Oregon grown hazelnuts and ingredients from around the Pacific Northwest. Proudly sourcing from: Broadus Bees, Locavore, Justy’s Jellys, Savory Spice, Tumalo Lavender, and more!

Josie’s Best Gluten Free Mixes (800)-477-2815 josiesbestgf.com Facebook: @josiesbestgf Instagram: @josiesbestgf Twitter: @josiesbestgf Always available online Gluten & Top 8 Allergen-free baking mixes. All of our products are gluten-free, nutfree, soy-free, safe for vegan diets, and also non-GMO. Plus you can make them with traditional eggs and milk or with vegan alternatives.

Bella Baker Cheese bread – Authentic Brazilian cheese bread – that happens to be Gluten-free and Yeast-free.

Proudly processing locally

Proudly sourcing from: Central Oregon Locavore HOLM MADE TOFFEE CO. | AMANDA PHOTOGRAPHIC

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Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farms, Central Oregon Ostrich, Deschutes Gourmet Mushrooms, Fields Farm, and more!

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OH GHEE INC

Super Belly Ferments

(541) 306-6429 ohghee.com Facebook: @OhGheeInc Instagram: @OhGheeInc Call for appointment

1375 NE 2nd St., Unit D, Bend (541) 335-1306 sbferments.com Facebook: @superbellyferments Instagram: @superbellyferments Call for appointment

OH GHEE INC. manufactures organic ultraclarified ghee in 5 flavors. Proudly processing locally

The People’s Pies (262) 424-8481 piesforthepeople.com Savory hand pies for the people! Our handmade pasties are a Midwest staple and perfect fuel for your next adventure. Email to join our Underground Pasty Club. Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Golden Eagle Organics, Home Farm Foods, DD Ranch, Sungrounded Farm, and more!

Root Cellar 1289 NE 2nd St., Bend (541) 797-0299 rootcellarstaples.com Tue-Fri, 10am-2pm Small-batch pantry staples, bone broth and curiosities handmade in midtown Bend. Local, seasonal, nourishing deliciousness. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Central Oregon Locavore, DD Ranch, and Great American Egg

SUPER BELLY FERMENTS | SARAH FROST-MCKEE

Savory Spice Old Mill District 375 SW Powerhouse Dr., Ste. 10, Bend (541) 306-6855 savoryspiceshop.com/bend Facebook: @savoryspiceshopbend Instagram: @savorybend Mon-Sat, 10am-7pm; Sun 10am-6pm

Super Belly is dedicated to sharing real food probiotics. We make clean, naturally fermented products – dressing & marinade, probiotic functional beverages, hot sauce, pickles, seasonal ferments & more! Dairy free, gluten free, non-GMO, probiotic + delicious! Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead

Full service bulk spice shop and flavor solution provider. Proudly sourcing from: Bend Sauce, Holm Made Toffee, Metolius Tea, and Meadowland Syrup

Southwest Salsa Co. (541) 213-2511 SouthwestSalsaCo.com Mon-Sat, 9am-6pm Our salsas are GREAT for marinating, cooking & dipping with chips! We make 8 completely different types of salsa to compliment your family meals. Free shipping with orders of $50.00 or more. Proudly processing locally

SOUTHWEST SALSA | WILLIAM P

Food Trucks

2Sisters Ranch Wagyu Wagon 135 NE Norton Ave., Bend (541) 797-3255 2SistersRanchWagyu.com Wed-Sun, 11:30am-8pm 100% Wagyu Burgers and other 100% Wagyu Specials with the best meat from 2Sisters Ranch in Tumalo! Proudly raising local beef

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Boone Dog Pizza

Feast Food Company

Lively Up Yourself Food Cart

223 E Hood Ave., Sisters (541) 588-2054 boonedogpizza.com Facebook: @BooneDogPizza Instagram: @BooneDogPizza Thurs-Mon, 11-7

404 SW Forest Ave., Redmond (541) 279-9029 feastxfood.com Mon, 11:30am-3pm; Tues 4pm-Close, Wed-Sun, 12pm-Close

1661 NE 4th St., Bend (541) 508-7559 livelyupyourselffood.com Open daily, 11am-9pm

Boone Dog Pizza is a wood fired pizza cart focused on locally sourced vegetables, ethically raised meats, and the finest cheeses available. Proudly sourcing from: Casad Family Farm, Fields Farm, Home Farm Foods, Mahonia Gardens, Rainshadow Organics, Seed To Table, and more!

We’re serving wood fired grub while focusing on sourcing our ingredients from locally owned farms.

All vegan food truck out to change the world! Specializing in comfort food. Proudly sourcing from: Big Ed’s Artisan Bread

Proudly sourcing from: Vaquero Valley Ranch, Windy Acres Farm, Sungrounded Farm, Rainshadow Organics, Rooper Ranch, and more!

Inferno Food Cart & Catering (541) 633-8311 infernofoodcart.com Seasonal, Tues-Sat, 11am-7pm

BOONE DOG PIZZA | DANIEL ST LAWRENCE

Dump City Dumplings 384 SW Upper Terrace Dr., Bend (541) 323-6243 dumpcitydumplings.com Wed-Sun, 1-7 pm

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 from: Boundless Farmstead, Sungrounded Farm, Tender Greens, DD Ranch, Windy Acres, and more!

We use the highest quality, sustainably sourced ingredients to make big steamed buns, teriyaki chicken, and other Asianinspired food. Find our food carts all around Bend and our dumplings and sauces in stores! Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Casad Family Farms, Central Oregon Ostrich, Deschutes Gourmet Mushrooms, Fields Farm, and more!

2 SISTERS RANCH | RENEE BOUMAN

Nonna’s Cucina 404 SW Forest Ave., Redmond (541) 848-1602 nonnascucinabend.com Jan-Mar, Wed-Sun, 11:30-8pm Apr-May, Tues- Sun, 11:30-9pm Jun-Sept, Sun-Sat, 11:30-10pm Oct-Dec, Wed-Sun, 11:30-8pm Food truck serving authentic Italian food made from scratch. Utilizing what Central Oregon has to offer by sourcing local and organic ingredients. Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Deschutes Gourmet Mushroom, Rainshadow Organics, Sungrounded Farm, and Vaquero Valley Ranch

THE PEOPLE’S PIES | AMANDA PHOTOGRAPHIC

Fresh, Local made to Order. Espresso, Breakfast and Lunch 225 SE 5th St. Madras OR (inside the Wild Bleu building) Mon – Fri 6a – 2p Sun 8a – 2p 541.325.1160 www.dancingbeanscoffee.com 13300 US-20 SISTERS, OREGON 97759 · 541.638.7001 · INFO@THESUTTLELODGE.COM

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Eateries

Nosh Street Food 911 SE Armour Rd., Bend (541) 350-8610 noshstreetfood.com Facebook: @NoshStreetFood Instagram: @Nosh_StreetFood Thur-Mon, 12pm-9pm; Sun, 12pm-8pm

10 Barrel Brewing Co.

Our eclectic menu features local and seasonal ingredients. We offer a variety of sandwiches and sliders, hand cut fries, and house pickled veggies from small, local farms. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Big Ed’s Artisan Bread, Central Oregon Beef, Dragonfly Station, and In the Pines Family Farm

Westside: 1135 NW Galveston, Bend Eastside: 62950 NE 18th St., Bend (541) 241-7733 10barrel.com Facebook: @10BarrelEastSide Instagram: @10BarrelEast Sun-Sat, 11am-11pm Enjoy a plate of nachos or a pint at our eastside location featuring 20 taps with beers brewed on-site as well as beers from each of our other brewpub locations. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Big Ed’s Artisan Bread, Country Natural Beef, and Rainshadow Organics

900 Wall Restaurant 900 NW Wall St., Bend (541) 323-6295 900wall.com Fri-Sun 12pm-9pm; Mon-Thurs 3pm-9pm

BLISSFUL SPOON

Sunny’s Carrello (541) 678-0389 sunnyscarrello.com Fri-Tues, 11am-8pm Italian Inspired Eats made in Cart, sourcing PNW goods all year long. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Central Oregon Locavore, Childers, Hills Premium Meats, Provista, and more!

ROOTS WILD

Blissful Spoon 65 NW Newport Ave., Suite 100, Bend (541) 241-8181 blissfulspoon.com Facebook:@BlissfulSpoon Instagram:@BlissfulSpoon Winter: Tues-Thurs, 8am-5:30pm; Fri-Sat, 8am-7pm; Sun 9am-3pm Spring/Summer: Tue-Wed 8am-7pm; Thurs-Sat, 8am-9pm; Sun, 9am-7pm Hours subject to change. Blissful Spoon is a bakery, tapas & wine bar specializing in Mediterranean-inspired tapas & desserts for lunch and dinner; local beer on tap; and coffees, French pastries and gluten-free goodies for breakfast.

Our food is best described as modern American, with strong influences from Italian and French cuisine. Our menus are seasonally inspired and responsibly sourced. Proudly sourcing from: Carlton Farms, Cooks Venture, Country Natural Beef, Double R Ranch, and Vaquero Valley Ranch

Proudly sourcing from: Broadus Bees, Groundworks Organics, Happy Harvest Farms, Hummingbird Wholesale, Larkin Valley Ranch, and more!

Real food probiotics DRESSING & MARINADE PROBIOTIC BEVERAGES CONDIMENTS & MORE MADE W/ LOVE IN BEND

At Skyline dental we believe that healthy foods fuel beautiful and healthy smiles. We are proud supporters of High Desert Food and Farm Alliance.

Live Life Smiling! 541-389-4807 | skylinedentalbend.com

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Bonta – Natural Artisan Gelato

Foxtail Bakeshop & Kitchen

Eastside: 924 SE Wilson Ave., Ste. A, Bend Downtown: 920 NW Bond St., Ste. 108, Bend (541) 728-3433 bontagelato.com Oct-Mar, 12pm-9pm; Apr-Sept, 11am-10pm

555 NW Arizona Ave., #60, Bend (541) 213-2275 foxtailbakeshop.com

ZAJAC FARMS | TYLER Z

We handcraft smooth and creamy gelato using local ingredients whenever possible. Our motto is pure, simple, goodness, which describes our philosophy from day one. Proudly sourcing from: Holm Made Toffee, Metolius Tea, Oregon Spirit Distillers, Tumalo Lavender, Voila Coffee, and more!

Craft Kitchen and Brewery 62988 Layton Ave. #103, Bend (541) 668-1766 craftoregon.com Oct-May, Wed-Sat, 12pm-8pm; AprilSept, Wed-Sun, 11:30am-9pm Roots Revival Movement to produce hand crafted beer and food. Providing exclusive, small batch ales and lagers, daily smoked meats, and a unique approach to food. Proudly sourcing from: Akler Family Farm, Mecca Grade Estate Malt, Pioneer Ranch, and Sunrise Micro Farm

El Sancho Taco Shop East: 335 NE Dekalb Ave., Bend West: 1254 NW Galveston Ave., Bend Taco Shack: 50 SW Division St., Bend (458) 206-5973 elsanchobend.com Facebook: @ElSanchoBend Instagram: @elsanchobend Open daily, 11am-10pm

FOXTAIL BAKERY | NICKOL CADY

Bos Taurus 163 NW Minnesota Ave., Bend (541) 241-2735 bostaurussteak.com Open daily, 5pm-11pm Bos Taurus is a chef driven, modern steakhouse with an energetic yet boutique atmosphere. We source the best possible ingredients and pair them with world-class wines and cocktails. Proudly sourcing from: Farmers at the Downtown Bend Farmers Market

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.

greatness

© 2020 Pacific Power

Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Broadus Bees, DD Ranch, Gorilla Greens, Thomas Orchards, and Rainshadow Organics

Jackson’s Corner West: 845 NW Delaware Ave., Ste. 103, Bend East: 1500 Cushing Dr., Bend (541) 647-2198 jacksonscornerbend.com Facebook: @jacksonscorner Instagram: @jacksonscornerbend Check website for current hours 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: Boundless Farmstead, Bonta Gelato, Home Farm Foods, Rainshadow Organics, Zajac Farms, and more!

Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Volcano Veggies, Home Farm Foods, Splitting Aces, and DD Ranch

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We use only the highest quality ingredients in everything we make. From our family to yours, we put lots of love and careful attention in each item we create. We always support our local community of organic farmers whenever possible because we believe it leads to more delicious food, is more equitable for the environment and in the end, is the right way to do business.

Life is Short. Eat Good Food.

We’re proud to support programs for a healthy community. Learn more at PoweringGreatness.com.

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Nancy P’s Café & Bakery

Root Down Kitchen

The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse

1054 NW Milwaukee Ave., Bend (541) 322-8778 nancyps.com Open daily, 7am-3pm

215 NW Hill St., Bend (541) 383-5094 rootdownkitchen.com Mon-Thurs, 11am-6pm; Fri, 11am-7pm; Sat, 11am-4pm

13300 Hwy 20, Sisters (541) 326-9383 thesuttlelodge.com Facebook: @SuttleLodge Instagram: @SuttleLodge Open daily

Nancy P’s Café & Bakery is a sweet, little, Bend mainstay. This cozy bakery has been serving breakfast and lunch on the west side of Bend for 20 years. Specializing in homemade treats both sweet and savory, warm smiles, and love of community Proudly baking locally

Small neighborhood spot in the Old Bend neighborhood serving all vegan food with creative flavors. We source local and organic ingredients from farms, bakeries, and food purveyors to support our community. Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections, Boundless Farmstead, Fields Farms, Sungrounded Farm, and Sunrise Micro Farm

The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse is a rustic 15.5 acre resort on the shore of Suttle Lake in the Deschutes National Forest near Sisters, Oregon. We’re open year-round to overnight guests and day visitors. Proudly sourcing from: Mahonia Gardens and Rainshadow Organics

Distributors

Agricultural Connections 20780 NE High Desert Ln., Ste. 1, Bend (541) 903-2502 agriculturalconnections.com Facebook: @AgriculturalConnections Instagram: @AgriculturalConnections Always available online Office: Mon-Fri 10am-3pm

900 WALL | JOSHUA ROMBERG

Rockin’ Dave’s Bistro & Backstage Lounge 661 NE Greenwood Ave., Bend (541) 318-8177 rockindaves.com Wed-Sun, 7:30am-2pm At Rockin’ Dave’s we love local! We serve locally made chai, kombucha, micro brews, and spirits. Seasonally, we source a significant amount of produce from Central Oregon farmers. Come taste the difference! Proudly sourcing from: Metolius Tea, My Chai, and Tender Greens

VOLCANO VEGGIES | JIM SBARRA

Sunny Yoga Kitchen 2748 NW Crossing Dr., Ste. 120, Bend (541) 678-3139 sunnyyogakitchen.com Fri-Tues, 11am-2:30pm Serving lunch in Northwest Crossing made with lots of love! Proudly sourcing from: Boundless Farmstead, Fields Farm, and Home Farm Foods

A specialty food distributor bringing sustainable food to kitchens of all sizes. Farm-direct, custom-harvested foods sourced from 40 Oregon producers yearround. Harvest Boxes, dairy, dry goods & more. Proudly sourcing from: Rooper Ranch, Seed To Table Farm, Sungrounded Farm, Tender Greens, Vaquero Valley Ranch, Zajac Farm, and many more

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Grocers

Central Oregon Locavore 1841 NE 3rd St., Bend (541) 633-7388 centraloregonlocavore.org Facebook: @CentralOregonLocavore Instagram: @CentralOregonLocavore Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat-Sun, 10am-4pm

VOLCANO VEGGIES | JIM SBARRA

Volcano Veggies (541) 728-3355 volcanoveggies.com Facebook, Instagram & Twitter: @volcanoveggies

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.

F5 Smokehouse 240 NE 4th St., Prineville (541) 447-6377 F5Smokehouse.com Facebook: @F5Smokehouse Instagram: @F5Smokehouse Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm; Sat, 8am-2pm F5 Smokehouse processes wild and domestic animals, we sell fresh and frozen USDA products sourced as local as possible, and the smokehouse makes jerky, summer sausage, and other delicious items. Proudly processing locally

Proudly sourcing from: Agricultural Connections

Volcano Veggies is an organic farm and local food delivery service. Sign up for the Fresh Club today to get the best of Central Oregon delivered for free to your door! Proudly growing locally SISTERS FARMERS MARKET | EMILY GREEN

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Market of Choice

Tumalo Farmstand, LLC

West Coast Provisions

115 NW Sisemore St., Bend (541) 382-5828 marketofchoice.com Instagram: @MarketOfChoiceBend Open daily, 7am-10pm

19855 Eight St., Bend (541) 610-7733 tumalofarmstand.com Apr-Sept, Daily 10am-6pm

2735 NW Crossing Dr., Bend (541) 668-3529 www.westcoastprovisions.com Open daily, 8am-8pm

An outdoor seasonal farmstand working closely with local farmers, providing fresh fruit and vegetables to the Central Oregon Community.

West Coast Provisions is a small, specialty market in Bend, OR that offers a curated selection of groceries, wine, beer, household staples, home goods and gifts.

Proudly sourcing from: Rooper Ranch, Sungrounded Farm, Boundless Farmstead, Whitener Family Farm, Purple Fox Farm and more!

Proudly Sourcing From: Pioneer Ranch, Tumalo Chicken Ranch, and Volcano Veggies

As a family-owned, independent Oregon grocer since 1979, we understand the importance of shopping local and giving back. We started with a single store and have since grown to 11 stores throughout Oregon. Proudly sourcing from: Home Farm Foods Bonta, Holm Made Toffee, SW Salsa and more!

Whole Foods Market The Stand on Adams (541) 420-8684 254 E Adams Ave., Sisters mahoniagardens.com Facebook: @MahoniaGardens Instagram: @the_stand_sisters May-Oct, daily, 9am-7pm RAINSHADOW ORGANICS | CHEYANNE PRICE

Newport Avenue Market 1121 NW Newport Ave., Bend Instagram: @newportavemarket Open daily, 7am-10pm Oliver Lemon’s Terrebonne, 8431 11th St. Instagram: @oliverlemonsterrebonne Open daily, 6am-9pm Oliver Lemon’s Sisters, 160 Fir St. (541) 382-3940 newportavemarket.com Instagram: @oliverlemonssisters Mon-Sat, 7am-7pm; Sun, 8am-7pm Opened in 1976. Today, we are a 100% 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: Central Oregon Veterans Ranch, Holm Made Toffee, Tender Greens, and Volcano Veggies

A seasonal farm stand, featuring sustainably grown vegetables from Mahonia Gardens of Sisters. We also provide organic/sustainable vegetables, eggs, berries and more from many other local farms.

2610 NE Hwy. 20, Bend (541) 389-0151 wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/bend Open daily, 8am-9pm Whole Foods Market’s purpose is to nourish people and the planet. Guided by our quality standards and core values, we love our local community growers, producers, nonprofits and team members. Proudly sourcing from: Volcano Veggies and Humm Kombucha

Proudly sourcing from: Mahonia Gardens, Boundless Farmstead, Sungrounded Farm, Rainshadow Organics, Deschutes Gourmet Mushrooms, and more! ROOTS WILD | AMANDA PHOTOGRAPHIC

The Vegetable Man - Bend 61490 S Hwy 97, Bend (541) 316-0119 vegetablemanproduce.com Mon-Sat, 11am-5pm So fresh you’ll think you grew it yourself. Proudly sourcing from: Akler Family Farm, Munoz Farms and Prescott Honey

Accommodations

Bluestone Natural Farms Michael & Onda Hueners 12555 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte (541) 610-4339 ondah56@gmail.com Year-round, call for info Family run farm that has a farm store, tours, event venue and classes. Please come visit us. Proudly growing locally

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DISABILITY OWNED

LGBTQ OWNED

MINORITY OWNED

INDIGENOUS OWNED

VETERAN OWNED

Brasada Ranch

Wine Down Ranch

16986 SW Brasada Ranch Rd., Powell Butte (541) 526-6865 brasada.com Facebook: @brasadaranch Instagram: @brasadaranch Call for restaurant hours (seasonal)

(503) 810-7003 6500 NE McKay Creek Rd., Prineville winedownranch@gmail.com winedownranch.com Call for appointment

Food is about relationships between chefs, local farmers, and servers. At Brasada Ranch, we celebrate all of these relationships in the incredible foods we prepare and the fantastic experiences we foster every day throughout the resort.

We value the health and welfare of our cattle. Our Chi-Angus cows are pasture raised, antibiotic, hormone free and live a stress free life. WDR is an event venue and we welcome ranch visits. Proudly raising locally

Proudly sourcing from: Flying Double J Ranch, 9 Peaks Organics, and Sisters Coffee

The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse is a rustic 15.5 acre resort on the shore of Suttle Lake in the Deschutes National Forest near Sisters, Oregon. We’re open year-round to overnight guests and day visitors. Proudly growing locally and sourcing from: Mahonia Gardens and Rainshadow Organics

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Catering

The following businesses offer catering, see individual listings for more information: Blissful Spoon, Bonta - Natural Artisan Gelato, Brasada Ranch, Dump City Dumplings, El Sancho Taco Shop, Inferno Food Truck & Catering, Market of Choice, The People’s Pies, Rockin’ Dave’s Bistro & Backstage Lounge, The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse

Well Rooted Farms

Using All-Natural Practices, We Provide Our Community with Healthy, Nutritious & Sustainable Food Fresh Vegetables | Free Run Eggs | Pastured Beef & Pork Well Rooted Farms • Tumalo, Oregon www.wellrootedfarms.com | @well.rootedfarms 541-647-7408

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Nonprofit & Agricultural Support A Greener World Terrebonne (800) 373-8806 agreenerworld.org AGW is home to North America’s leading and most trusted food labels. Each certification promotes practical, sustainable farming systems by supporting farmers and ranchers, and informing consumers

Central Oregon Locavore

The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse 13300 Hwy 20, Sisters (541) 326-9383 thesuttlelodge.com Facebook: @SuttleLodge Instagram: @SuttleLodge Open daily

WOMEN OWNED

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1841 NE 3rd St., Bend (541) 633-7388 centraloregonlocavore.org Facebook: @CentralOregonLocavore Instagram: @CentralOregonLocavore 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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Friends of Family Farmers

1747 NW Mill St., Madras (541) 475-7231 cosi.ag Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm

(503) 581-7124 friendsoffamilyfarmers.org

Central Oregon Seeds, Inc. (COSI) specializes in multiplying hybrid carrot seed and Kentucky Bluegrass seed. COSI contracts with 35-40 local growers to grow these seeds and then processes the seed for shipment to their customers.

Central Oregon Veterans Ranch 65920 61st St., Bend (541) 706-9062 covranch.org Thurs-Sat, 9am-2pm Veterans farm and ranch specializing in hydroponic lettuce.

Craft3 917 NW Harriman St Ste. 101, Bend (888) 231-2170 craft3.org Call for appointment Craft3 is a nonprofit lender that makes loans to farms and food businesses – often to those that don’t qualify for traditional financing – in Central and Eastern Oregon.

FoFF is the voice for Oregon’s independent family farmers. They are a statewide nonprofit advocating for policies that support family farmers and ranchers. Programs include: Oregon Pasture Network, Oregon Farm Link, and InFARMation.

OSU Small Farms Program Central Oregon 3800 SW Airport Way, Redmond (541) 548-6088 extension.oregonstate.edu/smallfarms/ central Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm OSU Extension offers educational outreach and support to farmers and ranchers of all sizes. OSU Extension collaborates with local organizations to provide workshops and conduct applied research in the region.

Rogue Farm Corps (541) 951-5105 roguefarmcorps.org Rogue Farm Corps trains and equips the next generation of farmers and ranchers through hands-on educational programs and the preservation of Oregon’s farmland.

Seed to Table (541) 203-0152 seedtotableoregon.org Seed to Table is a non-profit educational farm based in Sisters, OR.

Worthy Organic Farm 495 Bellevue Dr., Bend (541) 647-6970 ext. 220 worthygardenclub.com Open daily, 12pm-8pm SEED TO TABLE

Deschutes Farm Bureau (541) 633-2057 oregonfb.org deschutescountyfb@gmail.com Facebook: @Deschutes-County-FarmBureau

The Worthy Organic Farm serves as a community classroom for organic agriculture production, healthy soil practices, and insect conservation. We grow high quality produce for Worthy Brewing’s Restaurant.

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