The Last Stand Farm

We are your neighborhood farm that honors the soil and respects the waters. We sow healthy seeds that enhance the soil and provide nutritionally dense vegetables, herbs and flowers. Our hens provide rich eggs for you and lots of great fertilizer for our dirt. We use companion planting, integrated pest management, and have never used chemicals on the land and never will. We grow good food for good folks.

The 2014 CSA season is open. In October, we planted garlic and now we are mulching, feeding and nourishing the soil for winter. Our heritage turkeys are munching down on lots of downed fruit as we prepare them for Thanksgiving.

The hoop house provided consistent tomatoes, peppers and herbs this year. The squash houses did well too. I am excited for the approaching season!

We grow good food for good folks who choose to live locally! Join us!

Listing last updated on Mar 28, 2014

Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2010

# of Shares:  15

Full Share:  $525 share price for 20 weeks of seasonal vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers grown using organic and biodynamic practices. Eggs and meats will be available as well. $50 deposit (applied to share cost) will reserve your spot for 2014!

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Prineville Farmers Market
Wednesdays June 25-Oct. 8, 2014
4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Pioneer Park
450 NE 3rd Street. Prineville, Oregon

Schedule and Location:

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Schedule and Location:

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Aside from the wonderful fresh vegetables (carrots, cucumbers, beets, green beans, cabbages, corn, tomatoes, potatoes, peas, and on and on!) and huge delicious squashes that Kim grows, her chickens lay the best eggs I have ever tasted.... [more]


There are several things I love about my recent move to Bend, Oregon. Being both a stone's throw from a great cup of coffee (organic, fair trade and shade grown, of course), and stellar trailhead; a hip, conscientious community and EGGS FROM THE LAST STAND FARM!

On a typical day, two raw eggs get cracked into the family smoothie and maybe a couple more get scrambled up or hard boiled for lunch.... [more]

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