Welcome to the Oregon Farm Loop program. We connect producers with consumers across the Willamette Valley and beyond.

Grace Schipporeit: the Spark of Sunnyview Vegetable Farm  

<![CDATA[ By Jaysa Coons, OSU Extension Agritourism Communications Intern  When Grace Schipporeit was young, she loved picking berries. She thought it was a great way to make a living and envisioned being a farmer, but it wasn’t until after she worked for the U.S. Government and New York Stock Exchange branch in Salem that Grace […]

Meet Colleen Owen: The Urban Farmer from Pringle Creek Community

<![CDATA[ By Jaysa Coons, OSU Extension Agritourism Communications Intern Pringle Creek Community is much more than a housing development. It is a community based on agriculture and calls itself an agrihood, where green homes are built. Thanks to Colleen Owen, an Urban Farmer, the community is able to produce organic fruits, vegetables, herbs, honey and make the […]

Agritourism Limited Liability Signs Now Available!

<![CDATA[Oregon Agritourism Partnership (OAP) President Evan Kruse (Kruse Farms – Roseburg) announces the availability of regulation agritourism limited liability signs. The signs were produced in compliance with Oregon’s Agritourism Limited Liability law SB 341 and Oregon Statutes. Signs may be ordered from Oregon Agritourism Partnership in person or online. The signs make farm visitors aware […]