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Tri-County Farms: Your Portland Metro Area Farm Connection

What’s In Season Today?

Our Farmers Are Growing & Selling More Than 100 Different Farm Products

Farmers are at the mercy of the weather and seasonal rhythms – which is why you can only find certain crops in our area during short, sweet windows of time throughout the year. Click below to see a list of farms in the tri-county area featuring a specific product. If you’d like to see approximate timing for all of our member crops, click here.

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Our member farms can be found all over Washington, Multnomah, and Clackamas counties.

Click below to search the list of farms in your neighborhood – and beyond! Start planning your farm adventure today!

Our farmers in Washington, Multnomah, and Clackamas counties send out regular farm updates, announcements about crops, activities, and events. Enter your email to join the PDX farm community.

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    Experience the benefits of our collective marketing efforts

    Since 1975, Tri-County Farm Association farmers have joined together to collectively promote their farms to customers in Washington, Multnomah, and Clackamas counties. Join us today and connect with the local community as well as other farmers.

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    Who we are

    Serving the PDX Metro Area since 1975

    We are a collective of farms to visit in the Portland Metro Area featuring fresh produce, u-pick opportunities, and activities for families. Our member farms can be found all over Washington, Multnomah, and Clackamas counties. Click below to search the list of farms in your neighborhood – and beyond! Start planning your farm adventure today!

    Seasonal guide

    A Guide To Seasonal Crop Availability

    Famers grow their crops according to the rhythm of the seasons – strawberries begin to ripen in late May due to the increased sunshine and peaches wait until July because they need more heat. Pumpkins are planted in July for an October harvest. Click here to learn more about seasonal rhythms and crop availability in Washington, Multnomah, and Clackamas counties.

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    HEAR STORIES OF PERSONAL GROWTH AND BUSINESS SUCCESS

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