47th Avenue Farm - We’re an urban farm dedicated to growing produce for residents nearby, seasonally and sustainably. Our farm is based on a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) model -- we grow for a set number of harvest shareholders who join us at the beginning of the year. To sign up for a CSA membership please contact Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation at (503) 675-2549.
Friends of Luscher Farm - Our goals include: Establishing vegetative wildlife corridors along existing fence lines and hedge rows through modification of existing field mowing practices, removal of invasive plant stocks, and replanting of native grasses and, feed crops and cover vegetation. Establishing areas and plantings for dense nesting cover, brood Rearing cover, dense winter cover, and winter food source adjacent to the wildlife corridors, hedge rows and fence lines. If you would like more information on how you can become involved, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of Rogerson Clematis Collection - The Rogerson Clematis Collection was formed to preserve historic clematis as well as the newest. The collection includes plants that are unique or exceptionally rare. At approximately 500 taxa and just under 900 individual plants, it is one of the largest assemblage of clematis in the Western Hemisphere. The mission of FRCC is to promote and advance the joy of growing the genus clematis through education and the preservation of the Rogerson Clematis Collection.