Backyard Gardens

Backyard Gardens is a small market garden operation located by the beautiful Wallowa Mountains in northeastern Oregon. Our goal is to produce high quality, nutritious, and beautiful produce in an environmentally and socially friendly manner for the community. Currently, we seek to accomplish this on 2 acres in the town of Joseph. We supply quality produce to our rural community through farmers markets, CSA, direct sales, restaurants, and several retail stores. We grow a wide variety of crops, though specialize in salad mixes and greens. Though not certified organic, the farm attempts to follow the guidelines of organic growing practices, using natural biological systems and no pesticides or herbicides. We have an apprenticeship program, training new farmers in the growing practices of a small, intensive market garden. In addition to our traditional CSA share, we also offer a cut flower share, a salad mix share, and a farmers' market share.

Listing last updated on Apr 9, 2014

CSA Produce Shares, Flower Shares and Salad Mix Shares Available Now Receive a weekly box of fresh, seasonal produce from June-October. If you a salad lover, you can sign up for a weekly supply of Backyard Gardens' signature salad mix. Or receive an assortment of freshly cut flowers for you to arrange. Email or call for details. Local delivery only.

Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  20

Full Share:  $490 full share/22 week season; $325 half share/22 week season

1/2 Share:  

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Enterprise Farmers' Market - Courthouse Lawn, Enterprise, OR
Thursdays 4 - 7 pm, June 5- September 18
Joseph Farmers' Market - corner of Main and Joseph Streets, Joseph, OR
Saturdays 10 - 2pm, May 24 - October 11

salad mix, spinach, lettuce, tomatoes, carrots, herbs, lots of other vegetables. We sell to several local restaurants, retail stores, and the hospital. Call or email for more information.

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