B&P Hill Farm has been cultivating 2.5 Certified Organic acres in Sherwood, OR for over 25 years. They specialize in unique and exotic varieties of fruits and vegetables, always producing restaurant quality produce. B&P Hill Farm is dedicated to stewardship of the land, planting and maintaining a wide array of species to create both ecological symbiosis and beautiful landscapes.
Caravan Coffee has been hand-roasting specialty coffee in Newberg for over 25 years. Working directly with coffee farmers in South America for a decade, their commitment is to transparent and responsible sourcing. Their values lie in sustainability, environmental protection, humane and ethical business practices, and equality. All of their coffee is carefully and thoughtfully roasted in small batches in their Newberg roasting facility.
Community Supported Fishery (CSF), located out of Garibaldi, is a collective of fishermen and fisherwomen that sustainably catches and processes Oregon's beautiful seafood. With its own boats and processing facility, CSF is able to closely maintain the quality and consistency of its product from boat to table.
Deck Family Farm is one of the only sustainable, multi-species, and pasture raised meat producers in Oregon. They breed, raise, and harvest Heritage Galloway Beef, Red Wattle Hogs, La Belle Rouge chickens, spring lamb, and all manner of colorful laying hens. Animals are grazed on 350 acres of grassy pasture before being humanely harvested and processed into tasty cuts and roasts.
Flying Cow Dairy produces high-quality dairy products on their family farm in Oregon City. As fifth generation farmers, the Taylor family raises a herd of Normande, Montbileire, Jersey, Sweetish Red, Milking Shorthorn, and Friesian cows that graze on 118 acres of grass-rich pastures. All of the dairy's cows are fed a diet of GMO-free grass, alfalfa, and fodder, yielding a milk which is low-temp vat pasteurized, non-homoginized, and delivered in glass bottles.
Ladd Hill Orchards is a family-run chestnut orchard located in the hills of Oregon’s bountiful Willamette Valley. Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth, Ladd Hill has operated under organic, sustainable conditions since the trees were planted in 1992, reflecting their commitment to the health of both people and the environment. Their Certified Organic chestnuts and chestnut products also are naturally gluten-free, providing a mild-tasting alternative to wheat flour for those with gluten-free diets.
Lion Heart Kombucha was founded by Amanda & Jared Englund with the intention of providing custom blend kombuchas that promote resiliency and balance. Their kombucha is fermented “dry” so there is very little residual sugar, making for a healthier brew. They useCertified Organic ingredients, which are sourced directly from local farms, in combination with environmentally conscious brewing practices.
OneTwenty Apiculture 'Neighborhood Honey' is cold processed and raw to preserve the full flavor, aroma and nutritional valve the honey has to offer. 'Neighborhood Honey' is also minimally filtered to preserve the presences of the protein rich pollens, that contain important amino acids, minerals, and vitamins. 'Neighborhood Honey' is also always local. Alexander produces, harvests, and extracts the honey in small independent batches. The honey is never heated or blended and the bees are never fed antibiotics. The honey normally doesn’t leave the zip code in which it was produced, keeping this product as environmentally conscience as possible.
Oregon Brineworks was borne by an Oregon couple, Brian and Connie Shaw, that met while running an organic farm. As a family-run, natural fermentation company specializing in handcrafted vegetable processing, they preserve fresh produce sourced from both their own farm in addition to other organic family farms in the Northwest. Their natural fermenting process yields a nutrient dense, living food teeming with probiotics.
Something Green crafts exquisite soaps, lotions, lip balms, and candles that are chemical-free and long lasting. They consciously source their ingredients and even grow some of their herbs themselves using organic practices. Their blends of clays, tinctures, additives, and essential oils make for body products that you can't help but fall in love with. Who wouldn't want to smell like a Happy Hippie?!
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