Buy, Lease 5-20 Acres between Cottage Grove and Forest Grove


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Land Seeker Description

We are ready for a new start and are looking for 5-20 acres in the central, northern Willamette Valley and hillsides. This is what we hope is the start of a multi generational family farm. We plan on beginning with chickens and hogs as well as row crops and whatever else fits the land opportunity. One son has worked on a cannabis farm, raised pigs from birth to butcher and has experience w/ organic gardening. The other, still in college has a permaculture design certificate. Dad would rather die working than in front of the tv or on the golf course. We would prefer the acreage to have water and a house, but the house is not mandatory. We will nurture the property and try to create a haven for our plants, animals and those creatures that choose to live with us.


What features of the property are essential?

water whether wells, springs or water rights


Describe your farming experience

Son #1 cannabis farm, raising hogs and organic gardening. Son 2 permaculture design certificate. Dad and Mom backyard gardening


Are you currently farming?

Yes

What are your short term goals for the land

To use plants and animals together to improve the ecological


What are your long term goals

Once his property is being fully utilized to expand to cattle and possibly orchards or vineyards


Describe your housing needs

would like a minimum 2 bedroom and 1 bath or larger

Additional Land Seeker Details

Regions interested in farming:
5, North Willamette Valley

Acreage desired:
Less than 1 acre, 1 - 5 acres, 5 - 10 acres, 11 - 20 acres

Interested in raising the following crops / livestock:
Bees, Berries, Cattle, Goats, Hogs, Orchard/Fruit, Pasture, Poultry, Vegetables

Interested in these business arrangements:
Sale of Land, Lease-to-own, Lease with option to purchase, Lease for cash

Interested in these growing practices:
Certified Organic, Organic, Not Certified, Biodynamic, Season Extension

Date when this profile was last modified or created:
December 16, 2020



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