Farm FAQ

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Q: Where can I purchase your produce?

A: Through our micro CSA or on Tuesdays from 5pm-7pm at the South Town Stand and Market at 1465 SE Alexander May-October.

Q: What payment methods do you accept?

Through our micro CSA, I accept cash, CashApp, Venmo, check, Kuto, Paypal,  or credit card.

At the Farmer’s Stand and Market on Tuesdays I accept cash, credit cards, Kuto, Venmo or CashApp.

Q: I have your business card and on the back it says “$1 same as cash”, what does that mean?

A: I periodically give out those business cards. If you get one of those cards, it means you can use it at the farmer’s market with Trempler Family Farms and I will treat it as a dollar bill.

Q: When I buy herbs etc in the store, I always get too much! I only need one or two sprigs! Can you help?

A: Yes, I will gladly help you out with your smallest orders on any produce from cilantro to squash.

Q: Can I order in bulk?

A: I offer bulk on certain products-like garlic and squash varieties. For other products, like tomatoes, I do know of other reputable farmers selling in bulk. Please contact me for specifics.

Q: I don’t see that you’re selling ______, why not?

A: There are a variety of reasons I choose to plant the produce I plant; however, I’m ALWAYS up for suggestions and I love hearing your feedback. What works for you and your family? Please reach out to me and let me know! You’ll receive a personalized response ASAP. Please note, produce is seasonal so when a particular veggie or fruit isn’t in season, I will not have it to sell.

Q: Are you organic/no spray/pesticide free etc?

A: I NEVER spray with conventional pesticides or herbicides. I believe in a diverse garden so I have many beneficial insects (and chickens!) that are my “pesticides”. Manual weeding is my “herbicide.” If available, I buy organic potting soil, amendments, and compost. If you’re interested, please write me and I will tell you where ANYTHING I used came from. I believe in transparency.

Q: Tell me more about your farm.

A: I recently purchased my 1/2 acre farm located in South Corvallis, Oregon. My farm is a female owned LLC. We use organic methods and truly believe in the sustainability movement. In the 2018 season, I began to lease another piece of property to expand to an acre. For more information visit this page.

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