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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.

Tri-County Farm Fresh Produce

August and September are peak months for preserving your favorite in-season summertime foods! Peaches, pears, green beans, pickles, tomatoes, applesauce, relish, salsa . . . you can find hundreds of farm fresh products at over 60 locally owned and operated farms. Use our handy search tool to find a farm near you. Simply click the word FARM at the top of the page, enter your location and the type of fruit or veggies you are looking for, and call the farms for more information.

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14th August 2019


Although the June-bearing strawberries finished super-quick this year due to an unseasonable heatwave, everbearing varieties will still be available. But now the raspberries, blueberries, and caneberries are getting underway! Caneberries include Marions and all the other wonderful blackberries, such as Boysenberries, Kotata blackberries, Silvans, and so many more that we can’t list them all here! Many farms offer u-picking, and most also have ready-picked berries for you to purchase.

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26th June 2019


Locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables are best, containing the most flavor and nutrients. Tri-county puts you in direct contact with farmers offering farm-fresh produce to the Portland metropolitan area. By visiting the farms yourself, you cut out the middleman and are assured of the freshest produce possible. With over 60 member farms in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties, you are certain to find a farm offering market fresh produce, organics, and wholesome food in your area.

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10th April 2015