The orchards, vines and fields are asleep, but work on the farm doesn’t stop for winter! However, the pace of winter work allows us time to review, reflect, and look forward.
We make our rounds feeding the animals, taking seed inventory, keeping the greenhouses free of snow weight, and pruning the orchards and blueberry rows. We service our equipment in preparation for spring work, attend association meetings and educational seminars. As we work, we are thinking back to seasons and lessons learned, and looking forward to the coming spring when the farm will awaken to growth and activity.
13th January 2020
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.
10th April 2015