Farms: Vegetable

48 galleries

Shawn Linehan photographs family farms of all kinds from organic vegetable farmers to biodynamic farms to regenerative agriculture. Most farms are small-scale and have a lot of biodiversity, a key to fighting climate change. This gallery represents many of the vegetable specific farms she has photographed.

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  • Boldly Grown
    2 galleries
  • Fiddlehead Farm
    4 galleries
    Tayne and Katie own and operate a small scale, family farm in Corbett, Oregon. They grow vegetables for CSA members and for the farmers markets in nearby Sandy or Portland.
  • Gathering Together Farm
  • GoFarm Hawaii
    5 galleries
    GoFarm Hawaii trains new farmers in organic farming practicies and farming business skills on the island of Oahu.
  • Our Table
    7 galleries
    Our Table Cooperative is a small scale, member owned farm in Sherwood, Oregon. They grow vegetables, blueberries, and flowers for their CSA members, farmers markets and for their farm store. They also offer other locally grown and made goods in their farm store.
  • Ralph's Greenhouse
    2 galleries
  • Riverland Family Farms
  • Side Yard Farm
    17 galleries
    The Side Yard Farm and Kitchen is a unique urban farmed in the Cully Neighborhood of Portland, Oregon. It's owned and operated by chef and farmer Stacey Givens. Stacey grows specialty vegetables, herbs and flowers for restaurants and her catering business as well as for the community.
  • Vibrant Valley Farm
    4 galleries
    Vibrant Valley is a small scale vegetable and flower farm on Sauvie Island, near Portland, Oregon. It is owned and operated by woman farmer Kara Gilbert.
  • Wild Roots Farm
    7 galleries
    Wild Roots Farm is a small-scale organic vegetable farm that specializes in Italian vegetables like radicchio, Fiolaro, and Fioletto. They are located in Corbett, Oregon, just outside of Portland and offer CSA boxes and fresh produce to restaurants.
  • Ayers Creek Farm
    4 galleries
    Ayers Creek Farm is small scale, family owned farm in Gaston, Oregon. Anthony and Carol Butard are also plant breeders who have been developing varieties suited to their land. They are know for their Arch Cape Chicories, beans and Peace No War Corn. They also grow a range of fruits and grains including sour cherries, and frikeh.