Harcombe Farm
Our farm is located in the Willamette River bottom in Linn County between Albany and Corvallis, just off Riverside on Horseshoe Drive. We are guided in our farming by a commitment to sustainability, local sourcing and selling, and environmental responsibility. Sustainability: We grow crops that are appropriate for the climate and soils of the Willamette Valley. We use biodiesel in our tractor and battery operated planters and weeders. We use locally-produced organic fertilizers and are working towards minimizing fertilizer inputs through crop rotation anduse of cover crops. Subsistence: Our goal is to grow and raise as much of our own food as is feasible, while producing cash crops as well. Organic: We have been certified organic since 2016. Environmental responsibility & Stewardship: Our goal is to leave the soil in better condition than we found it—more productive and free of the chemical residues that are the legacy of conventional farming. WHAT WE GROW: We grow small lots of various grains, including wheat, barley and corn, winter squash, and garlic, and we have a small orchard. We also make stone-ground, whole-grain flour, cornmeal, and polenta.
Apples, Grapes, Pears, European, Plums
Barley, Corn (flour, polenta, parching, popcorn), Wheat
Beans, fresh, Beans, dried, Squash, winter, Tomatoes, Zucchini


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