Looking to Lease, Lease to own, 0.5-2 acres, PORTLAND


Land Seeker Description

I’m looking for approximately one acre of land with quality soil, full sun and water to develop a sustainably farmed CSA and direct to market vegetable farm.  We will focus on heirloom varietals and unique, climate appropriate varietals of European heritage that promote diversity in eating and cooking for our clients.  Ideal situation would be a small shed/barn on site and pre-existing infrastructure like hoop houses that could be part of the lease.  Most of the farming will be done with hand tools and this will look and feel more like a dense European market garden than farm.

Please contact me with any clarifying questions or give me a call to discuss what you have a your goals.


What features of the property are essential?

Water, small structure, electricity. Certified organic a bonus.

Describe your farming experience

Gardening and small farms for 15 years.

Are you currently farming?


What are your short term goals for the land

Small CSA (30-50 shares)
Small to medium volume of specialty vegetables for Italian and other fine restaurants to provide them with a local source for unique produce.

What are your long term goals

Financially sustain the farm and potentially grow the direct to restaurant portion.
Open the developing a farm stand and some small agribusiness on site if the right property and partnership was developed.

Describe your housing needs


Additional Land Seeker Details

Regions interested in farming:
North Willamette Valley

Acreage desired:
Less than 1 acre, 1 - 5 acres

Seeking land access by:
January 1, 2022

Interested in raising the following crops / livestock:
Beans, Herbs, Orchard/Fruit, Vegetables

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

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

Date when this profile was last modified or created:
June 3, 2021

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