Clackamas County ONEStop

Clackamas CountyONEStop Farmgate

Help For Growers & Local Crop

Welcome Clackamas County farmers to the ONEStop Farmgate! If you have a multi-generational operation or you are just getting started, Clackamas County is committed to growing the local food economy. We can connect you to experts and services designed to assist our farmers and their needs. Do you need help with succession planning, finding skilled labor, or accessing land to start your operation? Enter a question below to see immediate answers and referrals, or use the FoodHub* toolbox above to find new customers.

* If you're not already a FoodHub member, joining is easy and free. Click here to get started.

What to Grow and How to Grow it

Which varieties of eggplant grow best here? Who handles soil testing? Find resources, support and information related to deciding what to grow or figuring out how best to grow it. Guidance is provided from public agencies, NGOs, and peers on suitable specialty crops depending on site conditions, markets, and regulations.

1000 Friends of Oregon

Our organization works with Oregonians to enhance our quality of life, We build livable, productive communities, protect farm- and forestlands, and conserve natural areas. We fight against sprawl and for inclusion, so that everyone has a...


Karli Petrovic
(503) 497-1000
133 SW Second Avenue
Portland, OR

Clackamas Community College

The Horticulture Department offers a variety of programs in Horticulture, Landscaping and Organic Farming, as well as short courses for both industry professionals and community members.
Our Urban Agriculture program focuses on an ecolog...


Chris Konieczka
(503) 594-6213
19600 Molalla Avenue
Oregon City, OR

Clackamas County Agriculture Economic Development

Clackamas County has abundant natural resources ideally suited to produce quality food and other agricultural products for the Portland metro region and beyond. The economic impact of the agriculture industry in the county has both regional and ...


Rick Gruen
(503) 742-4344
Business and Community Services
Oregon City, OR

Clackamas County Tourism & Cultural Affairs: Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory

Clackamas County Tourism & Cultural Affairs (CCTCA), branded “Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory", promotes and develops tourism in Clackamas County. The three pillars of tourism in Oregon's Mt Hood Territory are agritourism, outdoor recreation and heritage & culture. Transient room taxes collected at area lodging facilities and campgrounds fund CCTCA's work.


Aaron Liersemann
(503) 742-5920
150 Beavercreek Road
Oregon City, OR

Clackamas Farm ONEStop

The is an online directory farmers can use to find information and services they need to be more successful. The ONEStop is focused on food producers who market to the Portland region and beyond. The ONEStop will be ope...

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Samantha Wolf
(503) 742-4685
150 Beavercreek Rd
Oregon City, OR

Clackamas River Basin Council

We foster partnerships for clean water and to improve fish and wildlife habitat and the quality of life for those who live, work and recreate in the watershed.


Alix Danielsen
(503) 303-4372
PO Box 1869
Clackamas, OR

Clackamas Small Business Development Center

Clackamas Community College Small Business Development Center (SBDC), is located at the Harmony Campus (7738 SE Harmony Rd., Milwaukie, OR 97222).  We are in the 3 story brick building, on the 2nd floor, in room H-287.

The center offers free “one on one” business counseling to small business owners and managers.  Expert business counselors all have small business ownership experience and offer assistance in financial management, marketing management and general business issues. 

 A wide variety of classes and workshops are available to entrepreneurs whether starting up or having years of experience.  Some classes are offered at no charge, others are affordably priced.  Clackamas SBDC is part of a 19 center state wide network.  When appropriate, counseling advice can be acquired from experts throughout the state.  To enhance your business success potential take advantage of this free service.  Funding part by SBA and Oregon Economic and Community Development Department (OECDD) and Clackamas Community College. 


Rob Campbell
(503) 594-0733
7738 SE Harmony Rd. Ste.287
Milwaukie, OR

Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District

The Clackamas SWCD provides technical and financial assistance to resource users, helping to conserve our vital natural resources. We have an equipment rental program that may be helpful to small/emerging farms!


Tami Guttridge
(503) 210-6000
221 Molalla Ave., Suite 102
Oregon City, OR

Clackamas Workforce Partnership

Economic growth through a skilled workforceThe Clackamas Workforce Partnership (formerly known as Workforce Investment Council of Clackamas County) is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to building a strong workforce in Clackamas County...


Greg Goloborodko
(503) 657-1727
365 Warner Milne Rd.
Oregon City, OR

FoodHub Admin

Here at FoodHub we help people source and sell local food throughout this amazing region.


Angela Hedstrom
(503) 467-0790
721 NW 9th
Portland, OR

Friends of Family Farmers

Friends of Family Farmers is an Oregon non-profit focused on promoting and protecting family-scale agriculture through state level policy advocacy, online resources, grassroots organizing, and outreach and education. We operate Oregon's agric...


Sarah Peters
(503) 581-7124
249 Liberty St. NE
Salem, OR

James Beard Public Market

The Historic Portland Public Market Foundation DBA James Beard Public Market is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with the mission to establish a daily, year-round venue that showcases our region’s bounty, promotes sustainable agricultural practi...


Jill Schmidt
(503) 208-2071
222 SW Washington St.
Portland, OR

New Seasons Market Produce

New Seasons Market is a chain of nine grocery stores in Portland. We are locally owned and operated and are commited to helping build and maintain a regional food economy that supports small scale producers and processors.


Chris Harris
(503) 459-4801
2004 N Vancouver
Portland, OR

Northwest Food Processors Assocaiton

Organized in 1914 as a canners association, the Northwest Food Processors Association (NWFPA) represents the interests of food processors in Idaho, Oregon and Washington.NWFPA is headquartered in Portland, Oregon and has more than 450 member compa...

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Erin Brandt
8338 NE Alderwood Rd, Suite 160
Portland, OR

ODA - Business Development

Business Development Manager - I assist agricultural businesses grow and expand.

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Jerry Gardner
(503) 872-6608
1207 NW Naito Pkwy
Portland, OR

Oregon City Farmers Market

Saturday Summer Farmers Market , May through Oct,  9am-2pm. . Saturday Winter Farmers Market, Nov through April, bi-weekly, 10am-2pm, 2051 Kaen Rd. off Beavercreek Rd


Jackie Hammond-Williams
(503) 734-0192
PO Box 2931,
Oregon City, OR

Oregon Department of Agriculture - Development and Marketing Division

International Trade and Marketing Opportunities for Oregon Agriculture Products Trade shows, Trade missions, Chef competitions and tastings, Menu and Retail promotions. Explore new markets in Japan, Korea, China, EU, Middle East, India and more


Amanda Welker
(503) 872-6600
1207 NW Naito Pkwy
Portland, OR

Oregon Department of Agriculture Farm to School Program

While farm to school programs are unique to the place and people who run them, they consist of a spectrum of activities that both serve up and celebrate Oregon’s agricultural bounty.  These programs connect local farmers and food processor...


Amy Gilroy
(503) 872-6620
1207 NW Naito Parkway
Portland, OR

Oregon Food Bank

Oregon Food Bank is the hub of a statewide network of 935 hunger-relief agencies. We serve all of Oregon and Clark County in Washington.


Daniel Crunican
(503) 358-0798
7900 NE 33rd Dr.
Portland, OR

Oregon State University--North Willamette Research and Extension Center

Oregon State University's North Willamette Research and Extension Center is the only univeresity research and development station located in the northwest portion of the state.  Our focus is research and outreach education directed to farmer ...

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Michael Bondi
(503) 705-2434
15210 NE Miley Road
Aurora, OR

Organic Sandy

Organic Sandy is a food hub. We operate a local foods market and delivery service for convenient, year-round access to sustainably grown produce. We collaborate with ecological farmers and food processors in our region to provide you with an array...


Jennifer Davis
(971) 400-6420
37595 Coralburst st
Sandy , OR

USDA Rural Development

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Jeff Deiss
(503) 414-3367
1201 NE Lloyd Blvd., Ste. 801
Portland, OR

USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service

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Kris Homma
(503) 210-6031x6031
221 Molalla Ave
Oregon City, OR

Who are the ONEStop Partners?

The ONEStop partners are comprised of government agencies, educators, trade associations, nonprofit organizations and private businesses that serve the agriculture community in Clackamas County and the region. Through the ONEStop partnership, specialty crop producers can better find and access needed services and resources to meet, improve or enhance your farm goals and objectives.

The ONEStop Partnership offers you, the local producer, with diverse expertise, programs, technical assistance designed to address many of your needs, challenges and opportunities.  For example:

  • Are you interested in what to grow or how to grow it? We’ve got it!
  • Need help navigating through land use and zoning issues? We’ve got it!
  • Want to expand your marketing reach or develop a business plan?  We’ve got it!
  • Looking for access to capital and financing? We’ve got it!

The ONEStop partners support these efforts and more by facilitating a stronger and more resilient local/regional food system infrastructure. Our goal is to work closely together, as partners with farmers to grow a stronger local agricultural economy. Together, we hope to build a stronger local food economy and expand production through increased capacity, job retention, farm planning, and expanded marketing.

Array of about 30 ONEStop partner logos

ONEStop Frequently Asked Questions

The focus of the ONEStop Farmgate is connecting Clackamas
County farmers and producers with the resources and support they need to
be successful.

Q: Who is the ONEStop Farmgate designed for?

A: The Farmgate is designed to make it easy for specialty crop growers (fruits, vegetables, tree nuts, and nursery crops) in Clackamas County to access the resources they need to be successful. In the future, the site may be expanded to include resources for growers of non-specialty crop items, as well.

Q: How much does it cost to use the site?

A: The site is free to use and does not require a FoodHub membership. If you do want to join FoodHub, membership is also free. Please limit accounts to one per business, organization, agency, or institution, and share login information as needed.

Q: I’m a community partner in Clackamas County. How can I get listed in the ONEStop Farmgate?

A: Community partners listed in the Clackamas County ONEStop Farmgate are FoodHub Members (join for free at, and have resources or information to share with growers in Clackamas County. Before you can be listed in the Farmgate, you must update your profile and include information about the resources you are able to provide. Once that’s been done, get in touch with us at 503-742-4685 or to have your business, agency, organization, or institution added to the Portal.

Q: Who do I call if I have questions?

A: For questions about accessing resources in Clackamas County, or to be listed in the Farmgate, call 503-742-4685 or email . For questions about joining FoodHub and/or adding or updating information in your profile, call 1-855-FOODHUB or email

Q: Who developed the Clackamas County ONEStop Farmgate?

A: The Clackamas County ONEStop Farmgate is hosted on FoodHub, and was made possible by a partnership between Clackamas County, Cogan Owens Greene, Ecotrust, and many others. This project was supported by the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program at the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the ODA.