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Farmstand Switches to Fall Hours on October 3rd!

Dark mornings, cold nights, fall is here! As of Wednesday, October 3rd, the farmstand will begin operating on fall hours: every Wednesday and Saturday from 10-2 (instead of 9-2). We'll stay open for Saturdays as long as the weather holds up, through October, but will switch to Wednesday-only winter hours by November. The produce is as diverse and colorful as it gets these days as summer and fall collide in a riot of food.

Fall Hours: Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 to 2 pm, rain or shine!

We've opened the New Nine field across the road to strawberry u-pick! The new berry patch is still pumping and the fruit is big and beautiful right now! If you want to pick in the new field, check in at the farmstand first so we can weigh your containers. Please return to the farmstand at the end of your visit to weigh and pay.

Please remember to only pick within the roped off area - don't cross the white fence. Also, please don't pick anything but strawberries in the New Nine (the flowers and veggies are not for u-pick in that field). The second year berry patch near the farmstand is still open for u-pick as well.

There are u-pick flowers near the farmstand; the dahlias are blooming along with an array of other cut flowers that you are welcome to harvest. Check in at the farmstand for clippers and u-pick flower tubes.

To find us, follow directions to the farmstand.

Hope to see you up the creek!

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 team of draft horses. 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. 

CSA Shares are Sold Out for 2018 - Join Our Waiting List!!!

Harvest Baskets are sold out for the 2018 season, but please add your name to our waiting list in case a spot becomes available this season, and so we can contact you next spring when 2019 sign-ups begin!

For more info about our CSA, you can read more here.

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

Questions about our CSA program? Contact Zoë

 

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