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Tri-County Farm Fresh Produce is an organization of local farms offering produce for sale directly to the public through u-pick and farm stands in Washington, Clackamas and Multnomah counties in Oregon. We strive to provide the highest-quality nutritious and delicious farm-fresh produce throughout the year to the residents of our area - and to do so in a manner that's healthful not only for those who enjoy our fresh produce, but for our beautiful environment, too.

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Don’t forget about your farmers this Holiday Season. Lots of local farms have a great bounty to share for your Thanksgiving feasts, including winter squash, local meats, pies, and baked goods!

After Thanksgiving, many farms will also hand craft wreaths, centerpieces and other beautiful decorations for your home, complete with big bows and all the trimmings.

Local jams, syrup and treats are a sure hit for your out-of-town guests – wow them with a marionberry preserve!

The orange pumpkins are waiting in the fields for you to pick. You’ll find many varieties of winter squash, apples, and freshly-pressed apple cider, plus beautiful decorative corn and gourds. Finish the season with a trip to the farm to pick your own pumpkins.  Many of the farms have activities this time of year with hayrides, animals, mazes, and other fun things to do.  Dress for the weather and have a fun outing with the whole family.

Summer is here and the time is right not just for dancing in the streets but also for canning up your favorite in-season summertime foods! Tilton apricots and Bing or Lambert cherries are both great canning varieties. Peaches follow soon -- the first ones are "full cling" varieties like Red Havens, great for fresh eating, but a short time later the "cling free" or "free stone" peaches are ripe for canning. Gravenstein apples ripen in August, are a great variety for apple sauce.

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Are you a farmer in Clackamas, Multnomah or Washington County and sell from your farm as a stand or u-pick? Are you looking to grow your business? Then find out more about joining Tri County Farm here

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Tri County Farms is an organization run by volunteers – all questions regarding individual farms should be addressed to the farms themselves.

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