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Langlois, Oregon 97450    

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Valley Flora - Growing Good Food for Local Folks

Valley Flora is nestled on the banks of Floras Creek near Langlois, Oregon. We're a diversified family farm producing over 100 varieties of vegetables, berries and fruit for local restaurants, grocery stores, foodbanks, our farmstand & u-pick, and a community-supported agriculture program. As a mother-and-two-daughter trio deeply committed to ecological farming practices, our passion is growing good food with an eye toward the artful. Our love of land, place, fertile loam, and the next generation inspires us to use cover crops, compost and crop rotations instead of synthetic fertilizers and sprays, and to do most of our work by hand - with the occasional help of a couple of tractors and a draft horse. We adhere to all organic practices, principles and regulations, but we are not third-party certified organic. Whether you're biting into a crimson strawberry, savoring a vine ripe tomato, or heaping your plate high with Abby's Greens, you'll know you're getting the freshest local produce a person can find in this neck of the woods. We love what we do - so much you can taste it. 

2014 CSA Sign-ups are Underway

We are currently signing up people on our waiting list. If you are interested in joining our CSA for the first time to get a Harvest Basket or any of the additional shares we offer (eggs, salad, tamales, winter garden kits), please add your name to our waiting list. Once you are on our waiting list, you will be in our system so that we can contact you directly.

NOTE: If you are currently a Harvest Basket member, you do not need to join our waiting list; you will automatically receive priority sign-up for 2014.












Thanks for supporting local food and family farmers!

Farmstand is Open for Spring!

As of April 16th, our farmstand is open on the honor system from 9 am to 4 pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays each week.


Asparagus, artichokes, and possibly other goodies will be available self-serve during these times throughout the spring.


We anticipate that we'll open the farmstand for regular hours and service in late May or early June.


Please respect the honor system, and come enjoy this beautiful spring season on the farm!

Spring Farm Tour and Potluck May 17th!


Please join us for a Spring Farm Tour and Potluck on Saturday, May 17th - rain or shine!

  • 11 am - Tour of the fields, greenhouses and barns (and you'll meet Maude, my giant draft horse!)
  • 1 pm - Potluck in the field (in the barn in case of rain)

We'll provide dishes and utensils for the potluck.


Please RSVP by May 12th. Bring friends and family - all are welcome!


Things to bring:

  • Sturdy walking shoes (rubber boots if it's wet)
  • Raincoat or umbrella
  • Water bottle
  • Camera
  • Potluck dish


We don't get many opportunities to meet our farm members in person throughout the season so we'd love a chance to put faces to names, and to give you a glimpse of where your produce is coming from this season.


We hope to see you at the farm on May 17th!

Directions to the farm.


Spring asparagus and artichokes are on!


If you would like to get your hands on some, here are a few options.

1. Sign up for a weekly share of asparagus and/or artichokes delivered to any of our established CSA pickup locations (in Port Orford, Bandon, Coos Bay, or at the farm). Details:

  • Asparagus is $5/pound. Artichokes are $4/pound. You tell us how many pounds of each you want per week and pay accordingly.
  • We'll deliver your weekly share in a marked cooler to our established pickup locations, from now through the last week of May.
  • Example: If you want 2 pounds of asparagus and 1 pound of artichokes per week until the end of May (7 weeks), your total due would be $98 ($70 in asparagus and $28 in chokes).
  • Please email us your name, pickup location and desired quantities.


2. Special Orders!

  • If you don't want a weekly share, we can also deliver by special order.
  • We offer bulk pricing if you want to buy 10 pounds or more to pickle or preserve (pickled asparagus spears are wonderful, or preserve your own artichoke hearts!).
  • Please email us your name, pickup location and desired quantities.


3. Stop by our farmstand! We will have a self-serve farmstand on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays each week from 9 to 4 pm. Asparagus, artichokes, and possibly other goodies will be available on the honor system during those times throughout the spring. We anticipate that we'll open the farmstand for regular hours and service in late May or early June.


4. Shop at the Langlois Market, Port Orford Community Coop or Coos Head Food Store to get Valley Flora asparagus and artichokes, as well as other produce.


The season is fleeting for Valley Flora asparagus and artichokes, so don't miss out!


Spring Egg Shares Available!

Spring is here which means bright orange EGGS GALORE!

If you would like to receive a Spring Egg Share from Candace, sign up now and receive a dozen or half dozen eggs each week until May 31st.

(Note: Spring Egg Shares are separate from and in addition to any Egg Shares you may have already signed up for with Valley Flora. Spring Egg Shares go until the end of May. Regular egg shares with Valley Flora start the week of June 2nd).


  1. Spring Egg Shares will be 10 weeks in total, starting the week of March 24th and continuing until May 31st.
  2. Spring Egg Shares are priced as follows: Full Dozen/Week = $50; Half Dozen/Week = $30. Egg Shares can be pro-rated if you are signing up late.
  3. Spring Eggs will be delivered to Valley Flora pickup sites on the following days:
  • Port Orford, 738 Jackson St: Wednesdays, anytime after 4 pm
  • Valley Flora, from the walk-in cooler: Wednesdays, anytime
  • Bandon, Well Within Acupuncture Clinic: Thursdays, anytime after 12:30 pm
  • Coos Bay, Bay Area Chiropractic: Thursdays, anytime after 10 am

If you are interested in a Spring Egg Share, please contact Candace & Mike directly.

Provide them with your name, your pickup location, your contact info, and whether you want a Full or Half Dozen Share:


Please send payment directly to Candace & Mike, NOT to Valley Flora.

Make checks payable to Carnahan Livestock, LLC and mail to:

Candace Carnahan

PO Box 1072

Langlois, OR 97450


Questions? Please contact Candace & Mike directly!

Springtime on the Farm

Blooming fruit trees. Gamboling lambs. Emerald green grass. Greenhouses full of seedlings. Tender baby salad mix. The first asparagus.


Spring is upon us at Valley Flora! 


If you're looking for produce, you'll find spring salad mix at the Langlois Market, the Port Orford Community Coop, Mother's Natural Grocery, and Coos Head Food Store, as well as a handful of local restaurants. Asparagus, artichokes, chard and kale will be showing up soon, and with a little luck, some early carrots, beets and strawberries! Our farmstand is tentatively set to open in late May or early June, but keep an eye on our website for our official start date. Tomatoes will be here before you know it!


Cranky Baby Hot Sauce

Hot Diggity!
We are pleased to offer our very own CRANKY BABY HOT SAUCE!


Handcrafted with homegrown hot peppers that are vine-ripened to a sassy red in our greenhouses. This hot sauce strikes the perfect balance between hot, sweet and tangy.

  • $5 for a 5 oz bottle (also available in case quantity: 6 for $27 or 12 for $48)
  • Contact us to place your order.

(Even if you don't like spicy stuff, it's worth 5 bucks for the label alone. That's our very own Pippin in the highchair, with a little help from PhotoShop...)

Approved for farm-direct sale by the Oregon Department of Agriculture.