Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.



This year's loop offers a nice cross-section of things to experience as agri-tourism grows

Don't miss out on fresh fruits and vegetables this time of the summer on the Canby Farm Loop.

With delicious produce including blueberries, tomatoes, potatoes and summer squash in season, consumers can either u-pick their harvest or find it ready-picked.

"During the first part of August the produce season is in full swing," said Mary Stewart, OSU Extension agriculture business and marketing faculty. "Mid-season berries are still juicy and many tree fruits are ripe and ready. Several varieties of vegetables are at their peak of quality and selection."

On the Canby Farm Loop, a driving route of 14 farm stops, consumers may U-pick or purchase ready-picked blueberries, blackberries, plums and a selection of vegetables and honey at Morning Shade Farm and Nursery, as well as many different kinds of fresh berries at South Barlow Berries.

Remember to check a farm's website, Facebook or phone message to confirm daily availability of fresh produce.

At Fir Point Farm, you will find a broad variety of fresh fruits and vegetables in their farm store and lots of fun with the farm animals and other attractions.

Those interested can connect to the farm stops on the Canby Farm Loop through the Oregon Farm Loop social media -, @oregonfarmloop on instagram, and sign up for newsletters that promote current events and offerings by texting "ORFARMLOOP" to 22828.

Oregon Farm Loop connects local family farms and value-added businesses with locals and the traveling public. Oregon Farm Loop is a program of Oregon Agritourism Partnership, an Oregon nonprofit.

OAP programs are made possible with the help of various partners, including local family farms, farmers markets, OSU Extension Service and Clackamas County Tourism & Cultural Affairs.

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