Now that our blueberries are done we are ready to
bring out our melons. We grow dozens of varieties and
on any given day stopping by you'll likely find;
charentais melon, galia, orange honeydew, yellow
watermelon, canary and all of the standard classics like
cantaloupe and red watermelon. We also have our big
Melon Ball on Aug 24th 3-6pm. This is where we will
have tastings of over 30 varieties,  melon eating and
seed spitting competition and more.

The hot summer has had us scrambling to keep up but
it has also been bountiful.
We have a nice fall strawberry crop, peaches,
incredible assortment of tomatoes, and much more.
If you missed out on the blueberries this season we still
have plenty in the freezer at the farm stand.

Lots of other great fruits and vegetables at the farm
stand as well. Carrots, cucumbers, fresh garlic,
broccoli, basil, beets, peaches and much, much more,
all grown here at the farm.
We hope to see you out at the farm soon.

McKenzie River Farm

Farm Stand
Stop by any time of year
to pick-up fresh fruits
and veggies,
honey, nuts and other
dried, preserved and
frozen goods.

Get em fresh or frozen
and at the farm stand.

Generally speaking
we're talking about
blueberries but we also
u-pick green beans, and
have an heirloom
pumpkins and winter
squash u-pick patch in
the fall with over 25
varieties of squash and
pumpkins. Not to
mention strawberries,
oops I guess I did
mention it.

Farmers Market
bringing you the
freshest vegetables
within a days harvest
time to a neighborhood
near you.

About The Farm
A commitment to
growing as much of our
own food for our family,
and providing the same
quality and variety we
require, to our friends
and neighbors.

Crop Share/CSA
We are offering our
Crop Share again this
year. This is where you
can get an assortment
of fresh vegetables from
the farm every week.
You can now purchase
this with EBT and you
can also now pickup
your share at our
Springfield drop site.

Have A Question?
Contact us
Nante carrots
Getting the sign dusted off
Baby bok choi
Food at the
Open for the Summer
Here you'll fine seasonally
inspired food with
ingredients from the farm,
 and of course a beautiful
spot to enjoy it all.
Click here to learn more
Melon Ship at 2013 melon ball. By Mike P.
Bunching Beets