For local produce seven days a week, we recommend the Well Rooted Farms Veggie Shed. Or get up-close-and-personal and book a farm tour. Well Rooted Farms boasts happy hogs and cows plus rows upon rows of delicious veggies and 600 laying chickens for quality farm fresh eggs.
Every fall you will find us at DD Ranch picking out the perfect pumpkin and running through the corn maze. They have events throughout the year. DD Ranch is known for their grass-fed beef and lamb, heritage pork, free-range eggs, and raw honey.
Petting an alpaca is a rite of passage around here. To participate in the custom, head over to Crescent Moon Ranch in Terrebonne. Wander their acreage with views of the Cascade Mountains, Smith Rock, and rolling pastures of fluffy alpacas. We always spend a few bucks on the alpaca feed to be sure we get some good pets in. Be sure to stop by the boutique to peruse beautiful alpaca textiles.
We visit Faith, Hope, and Charity Vineyard to truly taste local agricultural dedication. Central Oregon is not the easiest place to grow grapes with an average of just 90 growing days each year. But with research and innovative frost protection processes, Faith Hope and Charity Vineyards has become known for their red and whites made from cold-hardy grapes. With awesome views of Three Sisters mountains (originally named Faith, Hope and Charity), live music, and great wines – this is an excellent spot to celebrate the soil of Central Oregon.
When travel time is limited, you’ll find us at our local markets here in town. From June through September, Centennial Park is home to the Redmond Farmers Market every Tuesday from 2 P.M. to 6 P.M. Find local Central Oregon farm-fresh produce, organic eggs and meat, bakers, makers and crafters, fresh flowers, local spirits, CBD & more at the dog and kid-friendly farmers market. The Redmond Farmers Market is not only a place to shop, but to connect with producers and learn more about the area and what they love. Be on the lookout for the upcoming Saturday Markets at General Duffy’s Waterhole. Local crafters and makers gather to sell their handmade wares alongside local farmers and food producers.