Our Family Farms

Protecting Our Families, Our Farms, and Our Future

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Our Family Farms, an Oregon 501(c)3 non profit organization, is hard at work defending the Jackson County GMO Free Seed Sanctuary created in 2014, supporting farmers, and educating policy makers and the community at large about regenerative agriculture.

You can help us in our mission to educate our community about the benefits of regenerative agriculture and the importance of creating Seed Sanctuaries by becoming a member with a tax deductible donation. 

 

 

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Our Family Farms
Seed to Table Dinner


September 2, 2022


Our Seed to Table Dinner was such a special evening! It was great to be with friends both new and old and enjoy local centric food from our amazing Chef Midori Uehara. Thank you Oshala Farm for hosting us and to our sponsors Troon Vineyard, Ashland Food Co-op, Le Mera GardensFry Family Farm, Easy Valley Farm StandWhistling Duck Farm and Store, and Medford Food Co-op.

We are so thankful for all the support of our guests and volunteers who made the night so wonderful and for the amazing farmers that provided ingredients for our meal.

Congratulations to our 2022 Award Recipients ....
  • Erica Alexia Ledesma, Farmworker Advocate Champion
  • State Representative Pam Marsh, Legislative Champion
  • Peggy Smith, Volunteer of the Year

 

 

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