Winslow Food Forest

Portland's edible ecosystem

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Winslow Food Forest is an Urban farm located in Portland, OR

Specializing in perennial agriculture, this young food forest on Sherrett street is operated by a collective of young farmers. As a biodiverse living ecosystem, we grow heirloom vegetables, orchard fruits, berries, culinary and medicinal herbs, and delicate edible flowers. CSA memberships are now available. Read more here.

Photos of WFF by Melinda Ruby


Upcoming Events

Site Visit + Consultation


You are purchasing a 2-hour site visit + consultation where we will evaluate your land for different sectors such as sun exposure, water movement, soil type, existing vegetation, and measurements. You will receive a personal consultation to determine your individual needs and to discuss the parameters of your site. You are welcome to ask any and all questions you need. It’s your time!

*Currently only available to people in Portland metro.

Purchase Site Visit + Consultation
Winslow fills a niche in its local community and ecosystem, providing pollinators, and hence pollination services; and other rare and important species. No square inch is left uncultivated, with something flowering, fruiting, and rooting, under your feet at each turn.
— Author Kay Kennett
I give them 5 stars. They know what they are doing and best of all they educate and teach others how to do permaculture. They have some out of the ordinary tubers (potatoes), herbs, perennials, pollinators, and nice shrubs. Toby Hemenway was their mentor. I’ve visited their lot several times now. Wishing I lived closer by.
— CSA Member Patricia Visser