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Meet Your Farmer & Farmer-Chef Connect

In 2013, we began hosting Meet Your Farmer events in the spring–gatherings where local food producers can come, set up a display, bring products to sample and sell and make those important connections with customers in a fun, social setting.

Farmers share information about their CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) programs, value-add products like jams and pickles, and their growing practices. For farmers that don’t sell through farmers markets, this can be an invaluable way to meet with customers face to face and build all-important personal connections.

Strong producer to consumer connections are a key part of a healthy local food system, and North Coast Food Web is glad that our Meet Your Farmer project is helping make those connections happen.

Keep an eye out for our yearly events, or contact us to get involved.

North Coast Farm Guide

The North Coast Farm Guide provides information about local food producers, farms, farmer's markets, and farm stands. You can find information about farms near you or plan a trip to visit a new farm stand or market! 
If you’re a producer (defined as a local business that’s primary activities are related to fishing, farming, ranching or foraging) and would like to be included in our guide, please reach out to us. We would love to include you in the next edition. 

The 2019 Farm & Market Guide is now available with updated information about local farms, farm stands, and markets in the Columbia Pacific Region covering Clatsop and Pacific counties in Oregon and Washington. The user-friendly format is simple to find local produce, meat, dairy, eggs and more year-round. Support your local food producers and put scrumptious food on the table in the process. You can pick up a copy of the guide at the Long Beach Peninsula Visitor's Center, 3914 Pacific Way, Long Beach, Washington Pat's Pantry Spices & More, 1133 Commercial, Astoria, Oregon. Better yet, stop by the North Coast Food Web office for Egg Day any Thursday at to pick up your free guide and some great groceries, too. If you would like a stack of Farm & Market guides for your business or market, let us know! 

Small Farms Market Day

**Small Farms Market Day has been cancelled starting March 26th, 2020 during the COVID-19 outbreak to keep our community and vendors safe. If you're a vendor looking to sell products, please email us for more information about how we can support local food vendors at this time.** 

Contact us for information on how to get your eggs or other products sold at our pop-up farm stand every Thursday from 9:00 am-4:00 pm! All food at the market is farmed, fished, foraged, or produced locally with as many local ingredients as possible. You'll find seasonal produce, eggs, meat, dairy, bread, dry goods, pickled & preserved goods and much more at Market Day. Availability will vary- it all depends on what the farmers bring in!

The Food Web is a drop-site for some local CSA boxes during Market Day. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is program that connects community members directly to farmers. You can purchase a CSA membership to receive a box of seasonal farm products, typically once a week. We have been a drop-site for Spring Up Farms CSA, Glory B CSA, and Forage and Farm. For seasonal and up-to-date information, contact farms directly.


Helpful Links

Food Roots programs support local farmers and food production in Tillamook County and the surrounding region. 


The North Coast Food Trail  provides information about local food-related business that you can visit along the Oregon Coast from Cannon Beach down to Lincoln City. 

SARE can provide grants and education to promote profitability, stewardship of the land, air and water, and quality of life for farmers, ranchers, and their communities.


Oregon State University has a Small Farms program helping connect small farms around the state. 


Oregon Farm-to-School Network supports farm to school initiatives and policy action.

Oregon Community Food Systems Network works to strengthen local and regional food systems to deliver better economic, social, health and environmental outcomes.

FoodCorps connects kids to healthy food in school, so they can lead healthier lives and reach their full potential.

Local Food Resources
Where Can i Find Local Food?

We are proud to say many of our restaurants around town support local food!

If you are not on here 'peas' reach out to us so we can add you!


Various Farmer's Markets (See below)
Astoria Co-op

Astoria Coffee House
Baked Alaska
Blue Scorcher Bakery and Cafe
Buoy Beer Company

Columbia Cafe

Drina Daisy
Good Bowl Food Cart
Fort George Brewery

North Coast Food Web's "Small Farms Market Day"
Pelican Brewing Company

Pink Elephant Juice Emporium

Roll and Bowl Food Cart

South Bay Wild Fish House
Smokehouse Butcher Block
Street 14 Cafe

Food Bank

Every Thursday is "Free Produce Day" from 3:00pm-4:30 pm at the Regional Food Bank in Warrenton: 2010 SE Chokeberry Avenue Warrenton, OR 97146

Mobile Food Pantry Summer Season: May through September


Hours: 9:00 am to 10:30 am.
200 Block of Marine Drive (between 2nd & 3rd streets)

Hours: 12 pm to 1:30 pm.
1111 N Roosevelt Dr. (Seaside Outlet Mall)

Hours: 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm.
2010 S.E. Chokeberry Ave. (CCA Regional Food Bank)

Phone: 503-861-FOOD (3663)


Contact us:


577 18th Street, Astoria OR 97103

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