Ashli and Jeremy were drawn to farming by a desire for good work, a more elemental life, and an interest in environmental ethics. They have worked hard for a decade to build a farm that serves the health of their local community from the soil up.
Together they founded Commonplace Farm on 24 acres in Corvallis, Oregon where they grow a wide variety of organic leafy greens using regenerative farming practices.
The vast majority of salad consumed in the Pacific Northwest is shipped here from out of the area. These road weary greens come with a high environmental cost and alarming carbon footprint.
That’s why they have worked so hard to bring their community fresh, organic, local greens. They’re a family farm working to build a better, local food system from the soil up.