Located on the northeast flank of Mt. Hood, Tumbleweed Farm grows clean vegetables for our CSA, farmers market and restaurants
We grow approximately 50 different vegetables and fruits on 3 1/2 acres of cultivated land. To build and maintain our fertile soil we use organic compost, organic fertilizers, livestock rotations and cover cropping. We pride ourselves in growing the cleanest and safest food possible. To do this we do not use sprays of any kind. Not for weeds, pests, anything. In fact, we don't even own a sprayer. Instead we control our weeds using mechanical cultivation, hoes, hands and flames. We minimize pest issues by rotating our crops and using row covers.
Community Supported Agriculture is a great way to support your farmer and experience the local growing season
CSA is the backbone of Tumbleweed Farm. Our members share the risks and rewards inherent in responsible food production. Each week for 24 weeks members will receive a 3/4 bushel box of fresh, clean, local and seasonal produce grown right here at Tumbleweed Farm and delivered to a pickup location near you. We also provide members with a weekly farm update as well as several recipe suggestions that use that week's produce. The best part is that a membership is more affordable than you might think at less than $33/week. To learn more about what you can expect from a CSA membership with Tumbleweed browse the CSA Updates posted below. Interested in joining or learning more? Just fill out an interest form and we'll be in touch!
Fresh, Local, reliable and affordable - 24 weeks - $790
CSA Pickup Points
In The Gorge
Tumbleweed Farm: Tuesdays anytime after noon
Kickstand Coffee & Kitchen: Mondays from 4-6pm
Hood River Farmers' Market: Saturdays from 9-1
Migration Brewery: Tuesdays from 4-6pm
CSA Interest Form:
Come find us at the Hood River Farmers Market
May-november, every saturday, 9-1 in the full sail parking lot
Just look for the big red tent! Each week we'll be overflowing with greens, roots, and all your favorite seasonal produce. Stock up on veggies for the week and visit our neighbors for locally produced meat, cheese, bread, honey, fermented foods and more.