Feature: Community farming in the Rogue Valley

Community food organizations in the Rogue Valley

There are a lot of folks who have organized together to improve the local food economy.

Sustainable Rogue Valley is a group that is interested in cultivating a community that is resilient and self-sufficient.
Rogue Advocates is dedicated to cultivating livable and sustainable communities in southern Oregon's Rogue Valley region.
Thrive: The Rogue Initiative for a Vital Economy is a non-profit creating a more sustainable economy by connecting people with locally owned businesses and locally grown food. 
The Rogue Valley Food System Network is a group of individuals, organizations, and businesses who have joined together to strengthen our local food system through collaboration. 

CSA's in the Rogue Valley

There are a number of farms that have organized as Community Supported Agriculture organization that serve the Rogue Valley.

Siskiyou Sustainable Cooperative  A cooperative of 10 farms and producers, food delivered weekly to pick-up locations in each town
Rogue Produce Online farmers market that delivers to your home, products from a variety of local farms
Whistling Duck Farm Farm, farm store, and will deliver to restaurants and markets w/ a $50 min
Port Orford Sustainable Seafood Community supported fishery, delivers to drop points around the Valley on Thursdays
Blue Fox Farm Offer shares as Market Bucks, pay $425, get $500 to spend at their stand at the Ashland or Grants Pass markets
Fry Family Farm CSA shares can be picked up at drop point, or delivered for more. They grow over 40 varieties of vegetable, melons and berries.
Willow Witt Ranch Meat CSA, herd share milk, and eggs available at drop locations. They also have compost available
Barking Moon Farm Distributes large boxes of vegetables every two weeks to 100+ families in Ashland, Talent, Medford, Grants Pass, Applegate, and Williams.