I am looking for farmers interested in co-working my property. It is a beautiful piece of land next to miles of BLM trails. Two tracts of land, each with two separate irrigation headgates for flood irrigation and three ponds. Central Electric Co-op upgrading power to property completed April, 2021. Front is pasture has been grazed by cows, sheep and 5 goats recently. The back pasture used to have an orchard years ago. Now it desperately needs the soil built back.
Ideally I am looking for folk/s who are interested in co-developing the entire property with me, but am willing to consider to two separate arrangements for the front and back. There is a lot of potential that just needs vision, some infrastructure and some hard work. I am open to partnerships and work for trades. There is no housing available with this arrangement, but an off-grid RV or skoolie is possible. Let’s talk.
206.383.8673 (Please text, my email link through this site does not seem to work.)
Start cultivating smaller plots of herbs and vegetables, possibly orchard in back.
Create a working sustainable, biodynamic farm with a mixture of crops (vegetables, flowers, herbs, fruit) and smaller animals (bees, chicken, goats and sheep) enough to sustain my family and a small CSA.
Natural springs, 6+ acres of Tumalo Irrigation District water rights: two head gates - one on front and one on back property. Three ponds. Well water for drinking/supplemental water.
Front pasture is very good, sandy loam. Just had Oregon Soil and Water Conservation come assess my land.
The back plot is a bit sad tract of land, but has a ton of potential with patience.
Shop with access to water. Greenhouses and barns need to be built, do not currently exist. Open to any creative solutions.
XUV/quad - lots and lots of tools, esp. wood working tools: chop saw, table saw, band saw, etc. Hoping to have my shop set up soon.
None - Property is zoned EFU.
When I'm not on property, I do rent out the old, historic farmhouse. Any and all are welcome!
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