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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 help of a couple of tractors, a handful of fantastic employees, and a draft horse. We adhere to all organic practices, principles and regulations although 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. 

Our CSA Season Kicks Off the Week of May 29th!

We'll be delivering the first CSA boxes the week of May 29th, including Harvest Baskets, Egg Shares and Salad Shares! The first Tamale Shares will be delivered the week of June 5th. If you are a CSA member with us this season, you can look up the details about your first pickup - time, day, and guidelines - here.

If you're interested in our CSA, you can read more about it here.  We're sold out this season, but please add your name to our waiting list in case a spot becomes available this summer, and so that we can contact you when it's time to sign up for the 2018 season next spring!

Thanks for your interest in eating locally from our family farm!

Questions about our CSA program? Contact Zoë

The Farmstand is Open for Summer Hours!

Every Wednesday and Saturday from 9 to 3, rain or shine!

The summer farmstand is staffed by our wonderful employees, Maggie and Jen. They'll be there to answer questions, ring you up, and make change.

The strawberries are off to a slow start due to the weather this spring, but hopefully we'll be open for u-pick by late June/early July. The u-pick season is long and lovely, all the way through September most years, so never fear - there will be ample berries!

Farmstand offerings change each week, depending on what vegetables, fruit, berries and herbs are in season. In the event of rain, we set up inside our shed to keep everyone dry.

Please, no pets or smoking at the farmstand. Please park in the designated area and do not block the farm entrance. Thanks so much!

Directions to Valley Flora

The California Honeydrops Play Live at the Farm July 12th!


Wednesday, July 12th



Ticket Outlets:

Valley Flora Farmstand, Mothers, Langlois Market, Port Orford Co-Op

We're thrilled the Honeydrops are coming back to the farm this summer with their R&B, blues and New Orleans style jazz tunes. We encourage you to buy your tickets ASAP; the show will sell out quickly.

Details about the event:

The show will be held at Valley Flora Farm. Click here for directions to the farm.

This event is all-ages. Kids under 12 are free, but if you're bringing kiddos please plan to supervise them. We are a working farm and need kids and adults alike to respect the following guidelines: stay within the roped off area; stay off equipment; do not pick any crops; do not climb fences or trees.

The farm gate will open for ticketholders at 6:30 pm - no sooner. Please don't come early. The band will likely start up at around 7:30ish.

Parking will be available in our field across the street from the farmstand. Please park where instructed when you arrive. Carpooling is a great idea since parking is limited and the planet is already hot.

Great local food will be available for purchase at the event. Come hungry and plan to have dinner!

Bring your own lawn chair or picnic blanket. There is plenty of grass but no seating provided.

Bring your dancing shoes! Bare feet will do.....

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