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2019 CSA Sign-Ups!

It’s time to stake your claim on a Harvest Basket (and flowers, salad, and tamales, too)!

Priority Sign-Ups for all returning members will run from January 30th until February 15th. If you were a member last season, sign-up before February 15th to guarantee your spot for 2019!

Starting February 15th, we will begin sign-ups for folks on our waiting list.

The Farmstand is Open for Winter Hours!

We are open for Winter/Spring Hours Starting January 9th, 2019, in our barn (a half mile beyond the regular farmstand location).

Hours are every other Wednesday from 9 to 4 pm, rain or shine on the following dates:

  • January 9
  • January 23
  • February 6
  • February 20
  • March 6
  • March 20
  • April 3
  • April 17
  • May 1
  • May 15

To find us starting in January, follow directions to the farmstand and then continue another half mile up the road until you come to a wooden barn with a red roof on the right side of the road, just before the two mile marker. To prevent traffic jams on Wednesdays, please enter on the east side of the barn and park nose-in against the hillside, or wrap around the barn and park nose-in on the west side of the barn.

Valley Flora - Growing Good Food for Local Folks

Valley Flora is mother-and-two-daughter collective nestled on the banks of Floras Creek near Langlois, Oregon. Together, we produce over 100 varieties of vegetables, berries and fruit to feed our local coastal community year-round. Our farm was founded in 1998 with a deep commitment to ecological and organic farming practices and our passion is growing good food with an eye towards the artful. Our love of this beautiful valley – the fertile loam and the river that runs through it - inspires us to farm with the next generation in mind, and the next. We rely on crop diversity, compost, cover crops, and crop rotation to keep our farm healthy and thriving both above and below ground. Although we have chosen not to pursue organic certification, we adhere to all organic standards and production practices. With the help of our draft horses, a handful of fantastic employees, and one little tractor, we are grateful to call this our life and our livelihood (we love what we do - so much you can taste it!). Thank you for supporting small family farms like ours!  

Thank You for Voting for Solar!

We want to express our most sincere thanks to all of you who voted for us this past month to help put solar on the roof of the barn! While we didn't make it into the top 5 funded projects, we were amazed and buoyed by your dedication and daily support (I'm pretty sure some of you were better voters than we were, day in and day out!).

 

Thank you so much!

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