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Barn Owl Nursery Herb & Lavender Farm

Barn Owl Nursery Herb & Lavender Farm

Barn Owl Nursery Herb & Lavender Farm Since 1982 we have offered a large variety of Oregon-grown lavender and culinary herb plants. Find nearly 100 different lavender varieties among the herbs and receive information on growing and using lavender. During the Lavender season, June and July, see the lavenders in bloom, purchase fresh and dried…

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Bosky Dell Natives

Bosky Dell Natives

Bosky Dell Natives A specialty nursery nestled in a magical natural setting at the foot of Pete’s Mountain. You will find more than 30 species of native northwest plants interspersed with whimsical art, historical treasures and natural features including rare red-legged frogs, water features and a lovingly-restored creek. A favorite spot of school groups and…

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Fiala Farms

Fiala Farms

Fiala Farms A wide variety of fresh produce already picked for you. Corn, pole beans, beets, carrots, pears, plums, prunes, tomatoes, peppers, squash, pumpkins, corn maze, gourds and more. U-pick dahlias, zinnias, sunflowers and marigolds. We host weddings and special events including farm dinners. In the fall, enjoy the corn maze and pumpkin patch. Close…

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Frog Pond Farm

Frog Pond Farm

Frog Pond Farm Frog Pond Farm is open to the public during the Fall Harvest (Pumpkin Patch) and Christmas Tree season. We offer a wide range of products and activities during each season that are fun for the whole family. We offer a wide range of friendly animals for guests to meet and interact with…

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Hartnell Farms

Hartnell Farms

Hartnell Farms A fresh produce farm with lots of fabulous variety! U-pick or picked tomatoes: (more than 120 varieties from cherry to heirloom), pickling cucumbers, and pumpkins. Picked: strawberries, raspberries, black and blueberries, boysenberries, marionberries, apricots, peaches, pears, apples, beans (green, Romano, others) figs, plums, peppers (bell, gypsy, sweet red ruffled, gogosari, hot and more)…

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The Kitchen at Middleground Farms

The Kitchen at Middleground Farms

The Kitchen at Middleground Farms All of your senses will be enriched from time spent at The Kitchen at Middleground Farms. From the beauty of the surrounding farm land, to the delicious tastes from The Kitchen, we delight in providing you with a transformative experience you will always remember. The Kitchen at Middleground Farms is…

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Luscher Farm

Luscher Farm

Luscher Farm The City of Lake Oswego’s Luscher Farm is the most intact historic farm in Clackamas County. On nearly 75 acres, it includes a Queen Anne-style farmhouse, a barn, a chicken coop, a bunkhouse and smaller outbuildings. The farm hosts classes, the Rogerson Clematis Collection, community gardens and a working farm that supports a…

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Milwaukie Farmers Market

Milwaukie Farmers Market

Milwaukie Farmers Market The area’s oldest Sunday Market! The Market begins its 21st season May 5 and features more than 100 different vendors showcasing the bounty that Oregon & SW Washington have to offer. By supporting local farmers, ranchers, and artisan food producers you are supporting this great place we call home. Located along the…

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Oregon City Farmers Market

Oregon City Farmers Market

Oregon City Farmers Market Taste the local ‘terroir’ at the year-round farmers market in the oldest city west of the Mississippi! Meet the local farmers selling vegetables, herbs, berries, stone fruits, pastured meats and cut flowers throughout the summer season. You can also purchase fresh Oregon seafood, mushrooms, farm eggs, local honey, nuts, baked goods,…

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Pete’s Mountain Vineyard and Winery

Pete’s Mountain Vineyard and Winery

Pete’s Mountain Vineyard and Winery Estate and locally-crafted wines served with distinction. The new wine tasting patio overlooks the estate’s Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris vineyards and the valley below with breathtaking views of Mount Hood and the Willamette River. The vineyard slopes dramatically from 650 to 450 feet in elevation, situating it in the…

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Stafford Farm and Feed

Stafford Farm and Feed

Stafford Farm and Feed A feed store and more. This historical farm and store date back to 1926 when Carl and Susan Eisele opened a grocery store, gas station and garage that sold everything from string to feed, and worked on all types of mechanical and non-mechanical items in the garage in the Stafford area….

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Terra Vina Wines

Terra Vina Wines

Terra Vina Wines Terra Vina Wines is a family-owned and operated business with a vineyard on Parrett Mountain in the Chehalem Mountain AVA. Our LaFamilia label features our estate-grown fruit, while our Terra Vina label features big reds from the finest vineyards of eastern Oregon and Washington. Delicious! is an adjective we hear when describing…

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Tollen Farm

Tollen Farm

Tollen Farm It’s a wonderful destination! Purchase Mediterranean Miniature Donkeys, apples, plums and filberts (in season). In the farm shop, you’ll find a huge selection of gently-used cowboy boots, original watercolors and unique home and garden décor. Tonie Tollen has owned and operated Tollen Farm since 1979, sharing her passion for art and nature with…

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Triskelee Farm

Triskelee Farm

Triskelee Farm The name Triskelee Farm is derived from the ancient term Triskelee which stands for three legs.  It’s more liberal meaning relates to three’s, such as past, present, future…. For us it represents our three generations that live on the farm.  Come take a guided tour to visit our animals – horses, goats, alpacas,…

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twill cellars

twill cellars

twill cellars twill cellars is a small Oregon wine project presenting the infuence of land, weather, time & craft in each bottle we produce. We look to explore some of the more unique terroirs in Oregon, working with Pinot Noir, Syrah & Chardonnay in a way that remains vintage & vineyard driven. This family-owned winery…

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Farmlandia Farm Loop
P.O. Box 1153
Dallas
Oregon
97338

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  1. Call farm or check farm website before visit to confirm the day’s schedule.
  2. Read and obey signs.
  3. Supervise children.
  4. Ask before taking pets out of car.
  5. Stay out of building and off equipment.
  6. Be careful not to step on crops.
  7. Enter at your own risk.