Latest News From Around Tri-County Farms

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Mason Hill Orchard's self service apple stand is still open with already picked Jonagold, Mutsu, Melrose, Criterion, and now Northern Spy apples in 5 lb, 10 lb, 20 lb handle bags and 40 lb bushel boxes. We have a limited supply of these Northern Spy so don't wait too long to come to our stand for a taste of these tender, juicy, and crisp uncommon apples. We are farm #42 in the Tri-County Farms Guide. Our stand is 2.5 miles North of the Sunset Highway exit #59 Jackson School Rd follow the apple signs to Mason Hill Rd. Questions 503-647-5669

19th October 2018 - Pick Up Lavender Bouquets This Weekend

Can you believe this weather! If you are heading out to Sauvie Island to hike, bird watch, pick pumpkins, or score some fresh produce this weekend; stop by Sauvie Island Lavender Farm and pick up a jumbo bouquet of French lavender ($10). Each bouquet is wrapped in purple tissue and tied with a ribbon. We also have lavender-filled organza sachets for you ($3).

15th October 2018 - Sherwood Orchards Weekly Update

We are listing these days of being open BUT they may possibly change if the crew comes to top and hedge our trees. We will close if they come but will send out an email through Tri-CountyFarm.org, post it on FaceBook and on our website. The exact time is not known. You can call the orchard line and leave a message and we will get back to you: 503-625-7705

13th October 2018 - Orchard Fruit, Hardy Kiwis, Grapes, Blueberries and More

Its a beautiful fall weekend and we have lots of U-pick and already picked organically grown Orchard Fruit, Hardy Kiwis, and Grapes. We also have lots of Beets, Kale, Chard, and Winter Squash along with a few Pumpkins. Make sure to get a bag of Frozen Blueberries and a quart of pure Blueberry Juice while you are here!


Mason Hill Orchard's self service apple stand has already picked Jonagold, Mutsu, Melrose, and now Criterion apples in 5 lb, 10lb, & 20 lb handle bags and 40 lb bushel boxes. We also still have a few 40 lb boxes of #2 apples of mixed varieties for people wanting to make cider.

8th October 2018 - Sherwood Orchards Weekly update

Please be here one hour before closing time to have time to pick.

Fruit is $1/lb.

Monday, October 8,2018 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Tuesday, October 9, 2018 9a.m.-5 p.m.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

5th October 2018 - Grass fed steaks, roasts, ground beef, and more!

Soggy Feet Enterprises, located in Scappoose, Oregon, is a first generation family farm, offering local, pasture-raised, natural, grass fed and finished beef. Our beef is USDA Certified Grass Fed/Finished (we are one of only two farms in the state with this certification). We do not feed our cattle any grains, antibiotics, GMOs, or use any type of hormones. Our cattle are free to roam on pasture and fields year round- never being confined in barns/stalls or feedlot environments. During the winter when pasture grass is not growing, we feed grass and clover haylage and grass hay that we grow and harvest ourselves. Our cattle are primarily Black Angus, with a few Angus crosses (no dairy breeds).

5th October 2018 - Our Table pumpkin patch now open!

We're stacking hay bales, shining up the cider press, and getting the pumpkins ready for you! Come find your locally grown pumpkins and gourds at our pumpkin patch. Each weekend features a different craft for kids plus special treats, hay rides, and activities.


Mason Hill Orchard's self service apple stand is open every day with already picked Jonagold, Mutsu, and now Melrose apples in 5 lb, 10 lb, 20 lb handle bags and 40 lb bushel boxes. We also have Asian pears. For cider makers we have 40 lb boxes of mixed varieties of #2 apples at a discounted price. These are not windfalls but apples that will not make our #1 grade. We are farm #42 in the Tri-County Farm Guide. Phone 503-647-5669

2nd October 2018 - Fall Lavender Broom Making Event

Did you know Sauvie Island Lavender Farm handcrafts brooms using local curly willow and farm grown lavender stems? Our brooms are artfully created using no glues, wires, or staples. We using the techniques developed by ‘Old World’ broom crafters centuries ago.