Hood River Organic, a Year-Round Cooperative CSA Farm in Hood River, Oregon

We deliver to Portland & Seattle Metro Areas, Bend and the Gorge. Grocery shop at our farm! 

Fresh, Local, Organic Produce Delivered From Our Farm to You.

CSA stands for community supported agriculture. It is buying directly from your local farmer, investing in the harvest, and supporting local agriculture. Our CSA is different because we are part of a local team of small certified organic farms in Oregon and Washington that grow for our members year-round, which minimizes the risk of a lost harvest and allows a wider variety of produce. Imagine fresh, organic produce in January! You sign up online, pick your produce, and get produce boxes delivered to your home or nearby pick-up location weekly or every other week.  Learn more.

You Pick Your Produce, You Control Your Schedule. It’s Easy, Online and Affordable.

Our CSA is unique because we let our members pick the produce from a weekly list of seasonal items from our farms, instead of the us choosing for you. It’s like grocery shopping online. Also, unlike most CSAs, you do not have to pay a bunch of money at the beginning of a season. You can start anytime and pay by the week, and you are under no commitment. We also have home delivery in the Portland Metro Area and Hood River.
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Lemon Water


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