Community Partners

Community Partners

Do you have fresh, local goods?

Valley Flora: (www.valleyflorafarm.com) Valley Flora, nestled on the banks of Floras Creek near Langlois, Oregon, is a diversified family farm producing over 100 varieties of vegetables, berries and fruit for local restaurants, grocery stores, foodbanks and a community-supported agriculture program. Mother – daughter(s) team Betsy, Abby and Zoë make up the Valley Flora trio.

RayJen Coffee Roasters: (http://www.rayjencoffeeco.com)
Rayjen Coffee Co began in April of 1995, as a small espresso bar in the heart of Old Town Bandon, Oregon. In 1998 they began roasting green coffee to have the freshest coffee possible in thier espresso bar and are certified Organic by Oregon Tilth Inc. In 2005 Rayjen built a roasting facility and now concentrate their efforts on reliable service, education and quality products.

Port Orford Sustainable Seafood (POSS)


Aaron Longton started fishing when he was eight years old and has been a full-time commercial fisherman since 2000. Because of low prices from fish buyers, rising fuel prices, and increasing regulations, Aaron was faced with some tough decisions; either get out of the commercial fishing industry or figure out a way to increase his profit margin. At the time, Aaron thought that cutting out the middle man would be a great way to accomplish this. He has since learned that he assumed the responsibility of the middle man. Like any journey, Aaron appreciates the professional growth gained from this process. The ability to understand each aspect of the commercial fishing industryallows Port Orford Sustainable Seafood(POSS)to provideOregon’s highest qualityfish.