- Our family-run farm is located on Grand Island, just south of Dayton, Oregon. We grow organic vegetables, fruit, and more. Thank you for visiting our website!
Want to stop by and check us out? Check out our vegetables, fruit, meat and eggs during CSA pick-up! We are open:
Thursdays, 2 - 7 pm
(February 16 - November 16)
Find our storefront off of the 2nd St parking lot between Davis and Evans in downtown McMinnville.
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Category Archives: Reflections
Regular readers of our blog know that we can sometimes be critical of the “big voices” in small agriculture today, including the current biggest big man voice: Joel Salatin. Without going into detailed criticisms again (because this is just a … Continue reading
This is something I wrote during the heat wave this weekend — it’s the result of several days of contemplation … not sure exactly who the intended audience is, but apparently I had some ideas on this point … As … Continue reading
We’ve had some fabulous comments on the blog lately, including two from Nita and Allison that warrant a careful read. I had many comments on my review of Michael Pollan’s new book In Defense of Food that doubled as a … Continue reading
Later today, Casey and I will be part of a group presentation at the annual Oregon Tilth conference on the topic of ‘Next-Gen Farmers’ (i.e. new young farmers). To prepare for the talk, we’ve been thinking a lot about our … Continue reading
You probably wouldn’t know it from reading our blog, but Michael Pollan’s 2006 best-seller The Omnivore’s Dilemma kind of ticked me off. Why? Pollan’s previous works, including The Botany of Desire and Second Nature rank in my favorite 50 books … Continue reading
Emailed to us by a current CSA member: “The day is coming when a single carrot, freshly observed, will set off a revolution.” — Paul Cezanne
Today, I mostly feel despair. What makes me so blue on such a beautiful sunny spring day? This week we encountered two sets of information about the role of politics in preserving and promoting agriculture (and subsequently everything that goes … Continue reading
… a post in two acts … Act one: the house Silence on a blog can mean one of two things: complete lack of activity (thus having nothing to say) or overwhelming activity (life in a tornado or other such … Continue reading
This last week, not so unusually, was full of ups and downs. Saying something along those lines is beginning to feel cliché around here, but it so accurately describes most weeks with us these days. Either way, the ups and … Continue reading