I’m posting our info where ever there is a possibility of a younger than me farmer with the skills and energy required to farm and take to market. We have a long term farm worker and myself doing everything, or not, as sometimes happens. We intend to continue living on the property, retaining the trees and fenced gardens around our home.
The land is 100% organic and has been since 2003. We had organic certification for one year and let it go, though as it was explained to me, it is easily re obtained. There is a second home on the property, 1300 square feet, which could be leased to a farmer. In addition, there is a full hookup Tiny Home/ RV space on the land.
Our land is on Prune hill, just ten minutes from the Camas Farmer’s market and twenty minutes from the Vancouver Farmer’s market. There is a Natural Grocer’s market just 10 minutes from here. First time this year their all organic produce section featured produce from a local organic farmer.
There is a barn on our land which could also be available for lease. We are on Camas city water and sewer. The more traditional such as apple, blueberries, crabapple, quince, and pears were planted in the 1940’s, while the less traditional, including raspberries, figs, persimmons and kiwis were planted in the last fifteen years.
If you know anyone who may be interested or other organizations where my posting might find the right connections, please let me know.
A farmer to lease the fruit trees, we have way too many
a farmer to lease the fruit trees
currently land has fruit trees and blueberries and raspberries
City water. All fruit trees offered for lease are mature (we're retaining the young ones) and we are big users of wood chips to reduce watering needs.
as stated in the above text, a barn could be available for lease
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