A Farm Loop helps people find the answer to that perennial question, “where does my food and fiber come from?”
Visiting a Farm Loop is a great way to get to know your local farmer, and to get a first-hand look at country life. You can learn about the food and fiber you use every day, and about the modern farming techniques used to produce them. Or perhaps you will discover products that you may not have known existed.
There are lots of activities on a Farm Loop, making it fun for children and adults alike. Try a corn maze, or pet friendly farm animals, or try some new wines. Discover how Christmas trees are raised, sheered and cut. Or maybe pick up some flowers or fresh-produce…or even pick it yourself.

A Farm Loop can offer all this and more!

Farm Etiquette

  1. Check farm’s website/Facebook to confirm open days and hours
  2. Read and obey signs.
  3. Supervise children.
  4. Stay out of buildings and off equipment
  5. Be careful not to step on crops in fields
  6. Friendly dogs on leash allowed on some farms. Ask before taking pets from car
  7. Enter at your own risk.

Canby and Aurora, Oregon
Gather natural goodness from a farm, pet farm animals, taste hazelnuts and chocolates, sip fine wines produced from the region’s Jory soils, watch a rodeo or shop for western wear.

Milwaukie, West Linn, and Wilsonville, Oregon
This loop includes farm stands with fruits and vegetables, U-pick, lavender and herbs, specialty native plants, flowers, baked goods and whole grains, tours of a flour mill, amazing local wines and friendly farm animals.

Molalla, Oregon, and surrounding area
Find local foods and boutique wines to savor; beautiful plants, flowers and Christmas trees for your house and garden and friendly farm animals or majestic elk. Just 30 minutes from Portland and Salem.