For lease, under 2 acres in Yamhill County


Approximately one and three-quarter acres of land for rent for dryland farming, in two segments. Land is former hayfield on a larger parcel, about 700 ft. elevation. Rate negotiable. Organic a must, and regenerative agriculture or permaculture approach strongly preferred. Land is not certified organic, but no chemicals have been applied in at least three years, so it is suitable for certification. Housing and water not available.

Owner’s Short Term Vision for the Property

Finding either a tenant to farm part of the property while I farm the remainder, or a potential farm partner who shares my long-term vision.

Owner’s Long Term Vision for the Property

A working organic farm that emphasizes care of soil microbiome, conservation of wildlife habitat, pollinators and birds in addition to local food production.

Current Use

Fallow except for gardens, hedgerow and orchard under development. Our home is on the property, and about half or two-thirds of the parcel is wooded.

Soil Type / Quality

Panther silty clay loam and Saum-Parrett complex

Buildings and Structures Available for Farm Use


Farm Equipment Available for Use, Sale or Lease


Any Restrictions That Could Limit Agricultural Production

No water available

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County: Yamhill

Farm Basics

Total Acreage: 10 acres

Acreage Available to Landseeker: 1.73

Date Property is Available: January 25, 2021

Possible Business Arrangements: Lease for cash, Lease for trade

Lease Rate / Price: negotiable

Date when this listing was created: January 12, 2021

Farming Practices

Current Farming Practices: Organic, Not Certified

Farming Practices Allowed: Certified Organic, Organic, Not Certified, Dry Farming

Agriculture Types Suitable: Beans, Berries, Flowers, Grain, Herbs, Nursery Stock, Vegetables, Vineyard

Farm Details

Housing Available? No

Water Available? No

Property Fenced? No

Land Holder Interested in Mentoring Land Seeker? No

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