Good Rain Farm

222904 NE 230th Street
Vancouver, WA 98682
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Hours of Operation

    • June 6 - October 17
    • Monday - Friday: 9 AM - 4 PM
    • By appointment only. You may always reach Farmer Michelle by phone.

Payments Accepted

  • Cash & Check
  • EBT

Where to Buy

  • CSA
  • Wholesale

Products Offered

  • Eggs
    • Chicken
  • Fruit & Nuts
    • Raspberries, Strawberries
  • Grains & Beans
  • Native Plant & Nursery
  • Vegetables
    • arugula, Beans, beets, braising mix, Broccoli, cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower, Chard, cherry tomatoes, collard greens, Collards, Corn, Cucumber, cucumbers, Eggplant, Garlic, green beans, Green Onions, Hot and Sweet Peppers, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, mushrooms, Onion, Pac Choi, parsnips, Peas, peppers, Pumpkins, Radish, romaine lettuce, Root Vegetables, Select or Add, sugar snap peas, summer squash, tomatoes, turnips, winter squash, zucchini

Good Rain Farm is located in Camas, WA – 22 miles from downtown Portland. Food sovereignty, honorable earth stewardship and community empowerment are our guiding principles. We have one acre of vegetable and fruit crops with an emphasis on native edibles while also raising heritage breed meat rabbits. We also have a second site at the EMCSWCD Headwaters Farm Incubator in Gresham, Oregon.

Good Rain translates to x̌ast sq̓it (hast squeit) in the traditional language of the Sinixt or Arrow Lakes Peoples. Farm Founder Michelle is of Sinixt ancestry. At x̌ast sq̓it Farm we explore our relationship with this land, we decolonize and question our notions of ‘food’ and ‘nourishment’. We support our community to these ends. The farm celebrates all forms of foods emphasizing traditional native foods. Providing a variety of produce with an emphasis on first foods, the farm is poised to focus attention and begin a conversation around food sovereignty. Through our internship and food offerings we are building a stronger connection to place through positive hands-on learning around food justice, sustainable land stewardship, farming practices and local ethnobotany.

The Good Rain Farm CSA is primarily vegetables, herbs, fruits, and edible flowers and a limited amount of native edibles included. A standard share includes 8-12 different fresh items. People’s eating habits are very different, but a standard share may provide enough vegetables for two veggie-loving adults or a family of four omnivores.

Certifications

  • Salmon-Safe

Farm Practices

We are Salmon-Safe Certified.


CSA Details

  • Includes: Vegetables, herbs, fruit, edible flowers and a limited amount of native edibles. Season: June 1-October 12th (20 weeks) Various pick-up locations including Portland, OR, Camas and East Vancouver, WA. ** Please visit the website for more details and updates. Pick-up time: 3-6 pm. Standard Share (pick-up weekly): $600 cash/check Small Share (pick-up weekly): $400 cash/check Weekly add-ons: Mushrooms from Ash Tree Farms: $80 cash/check Chicken eggs half dozen: $90 cash/check