Nehalem River Ranch

The 100 acre Nehalem River Ranch is home to a rich diversity of flora and fauna and good land stewardship principals are central to our ranch operations.  We raise all of our livestock humanely on pasture at our farm where paddocks are buffered from riparian areas and are managed managed using intensive rotations and a holistic planned grazing system. The food we produce is not only healthier, but better for the environment as natural, grass-based farming uses fewer fossil fuels, does not introduce chemicals or hormones into the environment or your food, decreases tillage and returns natural fertility to the soil.


Blue Siren Shellfish

Blue Siren Shellfish is an Oregon-based, independently owned fish company focused on celebrating and sharing the local harvest supported by Oregon’s wild ocean and network of estuaries and bays. We are a tiny operation – one 24′ boat with a two-person crew – but we also work closely with other day-boat, local fishermen who share similar values and sustainable harvest techniques, to bring more of Oregon’s bounty to your table.  Our wild-harvested products are generally caught to order and featured seasonally at select local restaurants and retailers.

Our own boat is an updated riff on the modern Pacific City Dory:  F/V Storm Trooper was designed and built in 2015 by our own hands in Brighton, Oregon.


Moon River Farm

At Moon River Farm we believe in growing food in a way that supports all of the living systems that surround and support our farm. This means that we employ practices that allow us to grow food without the use of pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, or any other “-icides.” We utilize low-till/no-till practices and reduce our reliance on fossil fuels by farming primarily by hand. We use organic practices including cover cropping, composting, interplanting, and integrated pest management. We feel strongly about providing our wonderful coastal community with locally grown fresh food.


JAndy Oyster Company

JAndy Oyster Company has been growing oysters since 2012. The beach-grown oysters are raised in beautiful Netarts Bay, Oregon, and picked by hand. JAndy Oysters are some of the best in the world, primarily due to good farming practices and spending their life nestled in one of the nation’s cleanest estuaries. Todd Perman is a first-generation oyster farmer and the owner of the JAndy Oyster Company. His son Jacob is the namesake and ‘CEO’ of the company and is often found doing homework or helping around the shop. We are a working processing facility, as well as a newly remodeled oyster bar serving a variety of local delicacies.

Our goal is to have zero waste from our operation. That includes everything from planting new larvae on the reused shell – to harvesting, shucking, and processing our oysters before we deliver to our customers.


Wolfmoon Bakery

WOLFMOON puts community benefit at the core of its purpose. Our focus is an organic, sustainable, and environmentally conscious effort to enrich the health and well being of all, not just with food, but through local activism and community engagement.

We make wild fermented bread, baked goods and nano-roasted coffee, with intention, in service of community.


Sitka Sedge Farm

We’re a small family farm located just outside of Pacific City, on Oregon’s North Coast. Sitka Sedge Farm produces humanely-and-sustainably-raised specialty eggs, fine meats and quality livestock.

We love our animals, and we think that happy, well-cared-for animals produce better food. So, we raise our animals ethically, using sustainable practices and humane principals. Our animals enjoy spacious, clean, dry, predator-proof enclosures, and daily outside access with room to free-forage and behave naturally on two forested acres. We provide enrichment to encourage engagement in natural behaviors, and we feed nutritious, varied diets.


Circe's Garden

We are a small farm in Tillamook on the North Oregon Coast. All our produce is grown naturally using no till methods. We work with the soil to produce fresh, healthy, and happy vegetables!


Little Island Creamery

Our 34-acre farm is comprised of a barn, built in 1946, some outbuildings and the pasture, nestled in the middle of the Lower Columbia River on Puget Island in Washington State. We raise Jersey cows and offer cream and butter, plus several artisan cheeses for sale to people who love real, flavorful food. Our cheeses are a blend of cow and goat milk, which we purchase from another local dairy. And, we sell eggs from our own pastured chickens!  We practice biological farming, which means we do our best to mimic nature so that our animal partners are healthy and happy.


Forage & Farm

Forage & Farm was born out of the forests of the Pacific Northwest, starting from family traditions and secret foraging locations passed down from generation to generation. We gather fresh, unique, and gourmet wild ingredients including mushrooms, berries, and greens for world-renowned chefs and home chefs alike. Sustainability is important to us, so we only harvest using methods that promote, preserve, and expand our precious wild resources. We love what we do, and that is reflected in our reliability and the quality of our products.


Nestucca Bay Creamery

Our fifth generation Tillamook County dairy farm dates back to 1876, when Amy’s great-grandparents homesteaded in Cloverdale, OR. People often ask us why we started making cheese when our focus has always been our cows, and the answer is simple…we LOVE cheese! The magic of it…to start with milk, from our grass-fed cows, that our family tenderly cares for, and end up with a delectable cheese is fascinating. We’re happy to be part of the hand-crafted, farmstead, artisan cheese movement sweeping the nation.


Tre-Fin Day Boat Seafood

Tre-Fin is a day boat fisher and processor based in Ilwaco, Washington. We fish outside the Columbia Bar, in local Oregon and Washington Waters. Tre-Fin delivers the highest-quality, traceable seafood available, and we are committed to using sustainable fishing practices to upend the way the industry operates.

We started as albacore fishers (we’re still the only registered Day Boat Tuna fisher in the region), bringing hook and line-caught juvenile Pacific albacore back to port within 24 hours for processing in our own facility. In 2018, we outfitted our boat, the F/V Opportunaty, with longline gear and consistently catch black cod, several species of rockfish, petrale sole, ling cod, halibut and skate in Oregon and Washington waters.


Jacobsen Salt Co

Grounded in craftsmanship and community, Jacobsen Salt Co.’s mission is to provide the finest elemental cooking ingredients and kitchen staples that inspire people to cook, eat, and live well. Founded in 2011, we are the first company to harvest salt in the Pacific Northwest since the 1800s. Harvested from the cold, pristine waters of Netarts Bay on the Oregon Coast, our flake and kosher sea salts have since garnered worldwide favor for their beautiful presentation and pure taste by chefs and home cooks alike.