The Old Strawberry Farm
15918 East Alsea Highway
The historic Old Strawberry Farm is located on the Alsea River, 16 miles east of Waldport, OR, in Lincoln County. The farm has undergone many transformations over the years-from strawberry farm to hippie commune, to tree farm, to its current revival as a sustainable produce, poultry and livestock operation. Its current owners, Linda Johns and Bob Barter are bringing the farm back to a productive, sustainable farm operation that builds a synergistic relationship between trees, plants and animals. Our farm is pesticide and hormone free.
Fresh and Local
Local organic growers, market gardeners and green thumbs bring their fresh produce to the market. Saturday mornings you will find them busy setting up their tables with the season's best. Early in the season the tables are loaded with peas, lettuces, greens, radishes, new potatoes, and herbs. Later, the season brings varieties of berries, peppers, broccoli, peaches, pickling cucumbers, carrots, corn onions, squash, tomatoes, apples, and much more. Look for unusual and heirloom varieties also.
Chicken, lamb, beef, mushrooms, honey and eggs fresh from the farm.
Color spots, perennials, herbs, and bedding plants all can be found at the Farmers' Market. These plants have been raised locally and grow well in our coastal climate. Ask the seller to help you decide what will be best for your garden conditions. Choose from a wide variety of species for sunny spots and shade, rich soil and poor, something for everyone! There is also an abundance of cut flowers. Choose to buy by the stem or a beautiful arrangement. Dried flowers and herbs are also available in bunches and fragrant wreaths and swags.