8.17 acres on the McKenzie River with water rights (needs well drilled/installed) with about 6-7 acres farmable land. Old filbert orchard with blight rapidly declining. Somewhat fenced on two sides. County, Exclusive Farm Use, driveway borders Springfield. River-bottom soil. Occasionally floods in winter during high water years. Easy access via paved county road and gate (12′, but can be enlarged). Owners live in small house on .85 acre bordering farm on knoll. SW corner across water quality swale potential dry farming. McKenzie River frontage of about 400+ feet, across the small county road called Harvest Lane.
Remove all invasive blackberries from field and swale. Remove some of the cottonwoods that grow in the swale. Log the large black walnut trees and a few of the big leaf maples that border the city neighbors' border. Replace or remove the blight-infested filberts/hazelnuts. Install well. Mostly maintenance of fencing, etc.
Eventually to sell the farm with the small house that goes with it. Currently it is two tax lots. .85 acre for the house/tax lot. 8.17 acres for the exclusive farm use, including 400 McKenzie waterfront. Would love to see a younger couple or family bring a purpose and vision to this amazing urban/rural property.
Old filbert orchard in rapid decline with Eastern Filbert Blight. About 2.5 acres. About 3-4 acres the trees were removed so is currently mostly wild pasture. Grew garlic on upper house lot, fenced in.
I think it's river-bottom. Not completely sure. SW corner soil has been scraped for the water quality swale mandated by the Federal Government.
Vintage barn. Currently used for storage.
Water quality swale needs maintaining from invasive blackberries, as well as planted with filtering plants. No spray is allowed. Acreage can be organic, but is not currently. Well is not installed yet due to limited funds available and lack of farming profit. Some vandalism due to closeness of Rodakowski Boat Landing, thus the well will be installed on our property within 500 feet of the McKenzie River and will be completely enclosed/protected. In the flood plain so building is very restricted.
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