For lease or partnership: 10 acres in Columbia County


We are very committed to do what we mentioned above. We are willing to learn to do things the best way. We know that our property has so much potential for any opportunities that may be presented to us. We are driven to become a part of our local community and eventually be able to support our local economy. Either by providing jobs, food or other sustainable benefits.
We know that there is a market for what we want to invest our time and energy into, and we have the chutzpah and the intelligence to be successful. We are willing to take reasonable risks.

Owner’s Short Term Vision for the Property

To be a self sustaining farm. To have a small fruit and nut orchard. To be raising milk goats, chickens, ducks, rabbits. To be growing vegetables and herbs. To sell our bounty at local farmers markets. Have the opportunity to grow heirloom seeds. To have the opportunity to provide plants or products that the local community will need/love. Sell specialty items to local restaurants. To be solar efficient and water use efficient.
We want to do all of this without disrupting the current ecosystem and saving wildlife habitat as much as possible.
We currently share a well with neighbors and need to drill another well on our property. We have already located where we should drill.

Owner’s Long Term Vision for the Property

To be a successful, knowledgeable farmer. Perhaps grow hemp, when it becomes lawful, and provide the hemp market. We hope to be a community involved entity that gives back to the community we live in. Once plant beds and animal structures are permanent we would like to reforest part of the property. We want to be organic certified.
Become involved in cultivating Native American plants and herbs.( Indigenous plants, trees, flowers).
We will also have honeybees.

Current Use

We are in the very beginning stages of becoming a self sustaining farm. We recently moved to 10 acres in Clatskanie, Oregon. Before winter hit we were able to prepare two garden beds for next spring. We currently have 4 laying chickens. We Our immediate plan is to add 2 milk goats to our farm. In early spring we will be planting vegetables, herbs and fruit and nut trees.

Soil Type / Quality

The soil on our property seems to have a high clay content, but it is very fertile. We currently have no proper irrigation, but we do have a high amount of rainfall and a well on property.

Buildings and Structures Available for Farm Use

Single wide mobile home -(residence).
50'x60' Wooden Barn
Small chicken coop.
2 Connex shipping containers- (to convert to housing or workplace)

Farm Equipment Available for Use, Sale or Lease

1948 Ford tractor.
Ford truck
Riding lawn mower
Garden implements

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County: Columbia

Farm Basics

Total Acreage: 10

Acreage Available to Landseeker: 4

Date Property is Available: January 1, 2015

Possible Business Arrangements: Lease for cash, Lease for trade, Partnership, Other

Lease Rate / Price: Negotiable

Date when this listing was created: April 20, 2016

Farming Practices

Current Farming Practices:

Farming Practices Allowed: Certified Organic, Organic, Not Certified

Agriculture Types Suitable: Beans, Bees, Berries, Dairy, Fiber Animals, Flowers, Grain, Hay, Herbs, Mushrooms, Nuts, Orchard/Fruit, Poultry, Rabbits, Vegetables

Farm Details

Housing Available? No

Water Available?

Property Fenced?

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