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Sign Up Now for our 2019 CSA Season!

We are now accepting new members for the upcoming CSA season. Sign Up Here!

Our 2019 Summer CSA season is scheduled to begin (weather permitting) the last week of May and will run for 28 weeks until early December. You can read more about our Harvest Baskets, Salad Shares, Flower Shares and Tamale Shares here.

Harvest Baskets are limited, so sign up early to guarantee your spot this season!

Thanks for your interest in our farm, and for supporting local, regenerative, family-scale farming!

Valley Flora - Growing Good Food for Local Folks

Valley Flora is a mother-and-two-daughter collective nestled on the banks of Floras Creek near Langlois, Oregon. Together, we grow hundreds of 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!  

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