Farm Tour
Honey Bee Collecting Pollen
Honey Bee Collecting Pollen
Our friendly farm bees help with Nature’s cycles.
Pears
Pears
This is one of 18 different varieties of pears we grow depending on the season and year.
Adding air and water
Adding air and water
Adding air and water to the compost is essential to fostering a healthy ecosystem for microbial growth.
60 Varieties Of Fruit
60 Varieties Of Fruit
A perfect Honey Crisp apple. One of over 60 varieties of fruit, including stone fruit, pears, and apples, we make pure squeezed and pressed juices right here on the farm.
Infant Fruit
Infant Fruit
After blossoms fall, apples begin.
Blooming Glory
Blooming Glory
Magical orchard at peak of bloom.
Orchards Leafing Out
Orchards Leafing Out
We grow more than 60 varieties of fruit, including stone fruit, pears, and apples
Pink Blossoms
Pink Blossoms
You can almost smell this photo of wide-open apple blossoms.
Farm Pond
Farm Pond
A natural pond on the property provides extra irrigation.
The Stewart Family Farm
The Stewart Family Farm
Since 1989, the Stewart family has farmed 180 acres in the beautiful Hood River area of Oregon. In fact, we were the very first organic farmers in the area.

About

The Stewart FamilyColumbia Gorge Organic is an honest-to-goodness family farm. Since 1989, the Stewart family has farmed 180 acres in the beautiful Hood River area of Oregon. In fact, we were the very first organic farmers in the area. Dad's no longer with us, but brothers Jimmy and Ronny and mom, Cheryl, have kept his spirit alive with hard work and dedication to organic farming, sharing the fruits of our labors and a positive message with as many people as possible!

In addition to growing more than 60 varieties of fruit, including stone fruit, pears, and apples, we make pure squeezed and pressed juices right here on the farm.

Unlike the big guys, we do everything ourselves: we squeeze, press, or puree our own fruits and veggies, compost greenwaste, and buy directly from small organic farms what we can't grow on our land.

Columbia Gorge Organic Farm has been the recipient of a number of awards, including two times "Farmer of the Year" from Oregon Tilth and "Handler of the Year" and "Farmer of the Year," from the Oregon Organic Council.