Frozen berries and blueberry wine available all year. Call ahead. 503 816-5529
Farmstand hours (July & ’til mid-August)
Tues – Sat: 8am – 6pm
Sun: f- 6pm
Our farm is paradise! Come Join us.
We, Brian and Michelle O’Driscoll, want you to share in the splendor that the country side here offers. Come see for yourself! We feel that a little physical, mental, and spiritual work in this setting is the perfect formula for deep fulfillment.
Our farm is nestled on a splendidly isolated and gorgeous triangle of ground between the South Santiam River and Hamilton Creek, our 12-acre blueberry patch is one of the loveliest you will encounter and our family farm days and farm camp areas are surrounded by the burbling creek, stately old oaks, and historic farm buildings.
In July and August fresh blueberry season is time for moving as many fresh blueberries as possible direct to consumer. We’re busily filling orders and overseeing youth harvest crew. Whether weeding, watering, fertilizing, or pruning every one of our nearly 20,000 blueberry bushes and now 4 acres of asparagus, attending wine events or running the grocery-restaurant circuit with wine sales, few days pass that don’t find us in the field or on the road at events.
In July and August, join us any Friday, Saturday, or Sunday for wine tasting in the berry barn.
During Fresh season, sometimes we need to close for ripening, and occasionally for rain, so it’s always a good idea to call first: 503.819.6209 or 503.816.5529 or check our webpage for updates.
We think the best farmer’s market is the farm–no mark-up and a chance to see and connect with the farm and your farmers. We are now excited to share that we will be bringing our offerings to the people at a farmer’s market(s) this season. Location updates coming in March. We still hope you can come to the farm, and see what it’s all about.
The Reed School.
Charming piece of history to admire from afar on the drive by? Yes, but much more in store. Think educational, nonprofit for kids to develop the fullness of their character through a nature based agricultural education. We think Mrs. Schrader would approve. (For those who don’t know, she was the quintessential Old School, take-no-guff first-grade teacher who set the bar high for many reluctant square dancers back in the day…)