Heart of the Rogue


Southern Oregon has largely been defined by it's agricultural breadth and depth. Starting in the late 1880's with Harry & David orchards growing Riveria Pears and now in the twentieth century growing just about anything a chef or consumer could want. From grape vines to watermelon radishes, Southern Oregon and The Rogue Valley are an agricultural Mecca. Copy Space Holder.

Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market, named one of the 10 best farmers markets in the nation by USA Today, boasts 150-plus local growers, crafters and artisan food makers. Our three open air markets run in Ashland and Medford from March through November. Our indoor winter market is December through February. You will find the freshest seasonal produce, flowers, plants, cheeses, meats, baked goods, artisan foods and handcrafted goods available within 200 miles of the Rogue Valley. There is music, events and fun for the whole family! 

Tuesdays in Ashland, 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., March 3 — Nov. 24: Ashland National Guard Armory, 1420 E. Main St. 

Thursdays in Medford, 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., March 5 — Nov. 19: Hawthorne Park, 99 Hawthorne St. 

Saturdays in Ashland, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., May 2 — Oct. 31: Downtown, 100 block of Oak Street 

Indoor Winter Market, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Dec. 1 — Feb. 23: Phoenix Civic Center, 220 N. Main St., Phoenix

541-261-5045 |  info@rvgrowersmarket.com 

Grants Pass Growers Market is a 37-year-old community tradition that takes place year-round. Both summer and winter markets are sensory extravaganzas to please even the most sophisticated palates. From fresh peaches and berries to sweet corn and carrots, tomatoes and squash, the produce is unsurpassed in quality and diversity. There are awardwinning wines, locally roasted coffee, organic beef and farm-fresh eggs — something for everyone. It’s impossible to leave hungry when a variety of snacks and meals beckon. Musicians and mimes entertain while artisans offer unique gifts for you or your special someone. It’s our privilege to share this experience. 

Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Outdoors March through October, corner of Fourth and F streets, Grants Pass 

Indoors November through March, Josephine County Fairgrounds

1451 Fairgrounds Road | 541-816-1144  

Enjoy local food, crafts, music and more at Jville Market. Our vendors offer an array of organic produce, locally raised beef, fresh fish, herbs, freshly baked bread, cut flowers, jewelry, photography, wood crafts, fabric arts, honey, plants, hot food, sweet treats, coffee and more! Bring the whole family to hear live music and enjoy the historical Jacksonville courthouse grounds every Sunday — “Sundays Fundays!” 

Sundays, 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 

May 24 — Oct. 11: 206 N. Fifth St., Jacksonville  

Talent Artisans & Growers (Talent Evening Market) Our market is an initiative to provide access to locally grown and prepared foods and locally produced crafts in the spirit of cultivating a healthy, thriving community. Featuring handmade crafts, prepared foods, fresh organic produce and live music, the market is located across from Talent City Hall at the corner of Main and John streets in Old Town Park. We are open every Friday evening all summer long.

 Fridays, 5:30 p.m. to dusk 

 May 29 — Aug. 28 

Corner of Main and John Streets in Old Town Park, across from Talent City Hall | 678-641-0577  


Abbie Lane Farm is located in the Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon, half mile from the beautiful Rogue River. They are a small certified organic, family farm that chose to become certified organic to guarantee its customers a product free from nitrates, herbicide and pesticide residues. Their soil has been independently verified and was found to be happy and healthy. Their main focus is the “unusual.”  At any point and time you will find their farmer's market booth selling ground cherries, jujubes, antique apples, heirloom vegetables, bitter melon, kaffir lime leaves and more. During the spring, Abbie Lane Farm offers a large variety of unique vegetable plant starts, fruiting trees, citrus and vines. 

 5845 ABBIE LANE, GOLD HILL, OR, 97525 |  541-941-4420

Dunbar Farm practices organic farming and cultivates direct relationships with all customers. Vegetables and grains are grown organically and all naturally without pesticides, herbicides, or chemicals. They sell whole-grain, stone-milled flours freshly milled on-farm, sourdough bread, polenta and other milled corn products, popcorn, a wide array of whole grains and beans, and seasonal herbs, fruits and vegetables.

The oldest grape vines, planted in the mid-1970s, are one of the earliest grape plantings still in production in the Rogue Valley. The combination of mature vines, a south facing aspect, warm days, and cool evenings is ideal for producing elegant, sophisticated red wines, which is poured and sold at the Farm Stand/Tasting Room. The vineyard is approximately five acres of Bordeaux varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Malbec.


In a renovated rustic barn on their large berry farm, the Pennington family all work together to produce a wonderful variety of berry jams and “old-school” style baked goods, as well as their fresh berries in season. This 90-acre farm and bakery is located in the heart of the beautiful Applegate Valley. With a commitment to only using the freshest and finest of ingredients, their “true family farm” products are well-known and always a “sell-out” at the grower’s markets throughout the Valley.


Fry Family Farm has opened a retail store at the Medford farm on Ross Lane. The Farm Store offers the widest variety of Fry Family Farm organic produce, berries, plants and flowers alongside our newest endeavor: farm-fresh pies, preserves, pickles, ferments, sauces, soups and freshly prepared take-home meals. The Farm Store also carries a multitude of other local and seasonal products. We only sell organic fruits and vegetables, always seeking local products first and keeping it regional (Oregon, Washington and California) when local is not available. Open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

2184 ROSS LANE, MEDFORD OR 97501 | 541-622-8154

The Oregon Bee Store features local raw honey, bee-themed gifts, beautiful handmade beeswax candles, as well as bees and beekeeping supplies. Its full-service farm stand features our own sweet honey with local and organic, seasonal fruits and vegetables, many grown on site. The store is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, March 1 through Dec. 23. They also ship honey and candles year-round, ‘round the world. 

14356 HWY 62 EAGLE POINT, OR 97524 | 541-826-7621

Sue  and  Derek  Owen started  building  a  new  life  in 2011 as  lavender farmers  in  Southern  Oregon.  The farm is open  in  June  and  July  each  year  from  10:00 a.m.  until  4:00 p.m., Friday through Monday.

No chemicals or pesticides are used in their fields and the products are as natural as possible.  The lavender is fed with Epsom salts in the spring and fall but by-and-large lavender seems to do well left to its own devices. They distill their own lavender.  It’s a slow process and with a small still it takes hours for each run. To clear the barn at the end of the season takes months.


This historic Ashland orchard was established 1919 and has been certified organic since 2002. An on-site farm store is open to public for pick-up and product sales during growing season – typically June through September. The Tasting House for estate grown wines is open year round, Thursday – Sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

1800 N VALLEY VIEW ROAD ASHLAND, OR 97520-9328 |  541-488-2840  | OL.FAMILY@MINDSPRING.COM 

Each season brings a wealth of produce from the fields and storage facilities along with offerings from other local businesses, such as locally roasted coffee, hand-made chocolates, apples, honey, goat cheese, eggs, herbs, breads and frozen pizza crusts, and local meats plus amazing fish from Port Orford Sustainable Seafood. The farm also carries bone broths, pie crust dough, and other fine foods from The Farm Kitchen.

To enjoy produce fresh from the fields, as well as many other local and regional natural foods and goods, stop by the Farm Store, located in the Big Red Barn right on the farm.

Main-season hours: Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fall/Winter hours (October 21 to May 21) Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 12800 WILLIAMS HWY, GRANTS PASS, OR |  541-761-6772

There are two farm stand locations in Central Point, Pumice Lane, near the Table Rocks, open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., March through Christmas, and at Bebee Road, August through October, offering a pumpkin patch and weekend events. They specialize in corn, green beans, pickling cucumbers, tomatoes, pumpkins and winter squash. Look for its produce at Ashland (Tuesday), Medford (Thursday) and Grants Pass (Saturday) farmers markets. They take special orders. 


The Crouse family have been land stewards since the 1920s and developed Fort Vannoy Farms on sustainable principles, keeping the land fertile for generations. They are known for their corn maze and pumpkin patch, but they nurture more than family memories. The farm strives to provide our community with the juiciest, sweetest summer produce, especially sweet corn. 

Stop by its expanded farm stand from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., mid-July through October 31.

5791 LOWER RIVER ROAD, GRANTS PASS OR 97526  | 541-479-3765

Fox Run Farm is a family-owned orchard and farm stand specializing in antique apples, which number 62 varieties. They sell the highest-quality, locally and organically grown fruits, vegetables and specialty items at our farm stand, which is open from April to December. 

Typical hours from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday, from spring until Thanksgiving.

3842 WEST MAIN STREET, MEDFORD, OR 97501 |  541-608-7886

Seven Oaks Farm has been providing quality produce in the Rogue Valley since 1928. They are known for our delicious sweet corn, yummy tomatoes and sweet melons. They are open seasonally, starting in late July and running through September.

 5504 ROGUE VALLEY HWY, CENTRAL POINT OR 97502  |  541-664-2060

In the valley just above Ashland, Willow-Witt Ranch brims with wildlife, healthy wetlands and forests, hiking trails and a diversified, organic farm. Purchase certified organic vegetables, goat milk herdshare, eggs, goat or pork meat and sausages at the on-farm store and Ashland and Medford farmers markets. They host music events, “Pastured Dinners,” weddings and summer camps for all ages through our nonprofit, The Crest. Farm stays include the campground’s furnished wall tents, tent sites and a community cookhouse, as well as year-round guest accommodations in the Farmhouse Studio or Meadow House. 

Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily

658 SHALE CITY ROAD, ASHLAND OR 97520 | 541-890-1998

Diggin’ Livin’ Natural Foods is a healthy-living destination where an organic eatery, naturalfoods store and beekeeping family create a unique, flavor-filled experience. Sample magical bee products including raw varietal honeys, honey-vinegar tinctures and six taps of our herbal Jun kombucha recipes, easy to pair with our delicious cafe dishes, such as the Diggin’ farmhouse waffle, tempeh Reuben, chipotle chicken wrap, farm-to-table soups, salads and espresso. There is a large bulk-foods selection, awesome Northwest craft beers, lots of local produce and meats, plus goodies galore! Browse their handmade beeswax candles and everything you need to start beekeeping, including custom beehives.

143 S. REDWOOD HWY, CAVE JUNCTION OR 97523  |  541-592-HIVE (4483)

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