...and I said to my body, softly ‘I want to be your friend’.’ It took a long breath and replied, ‘I have been waiting my whole life for this’. - Nayyirah Waheed
Photo: Cheryl Jutten
Starting in June 2020 we will be starting a weekly farm tour for those interested in learning about what it is we do here at our croft. It will be offered on Saturday morning from 10-12pm and will feature a tour of the sheep and alpacas, honeybee hives, succulent greenhouse, vegetable and flower beds, and blueberry fields. Register here.
The weather can vary, so please check the forecast beforehand and dress accordingly. Proper footwear is strongly encouraged. Parking will be in the field right next to the barn where we will start our tour. Follow the signs for The Croft Farm parking, then meet in the large wood barn for the tour to start. We will begin with a visit to our honeybee hives and succulent greenhouse, before returning to the barn for a honey tasting. After our tasting we will visit the alpacas and sheep, further tour the vegetable beds and chicken coops, and then on to the blueberry fields.
If you are a group larger that six, please let us know and we can arrange a special tour for you. Contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Some produce, including our award-winning honey and Oregon-produced yarn, will be available for purchase with cash or card.
Please be advised that there are honeybees on the farm. Also, the parking and tour does not include any stairs, but does involve transversing across fields.