About the Farm
Cully Neighborhood Farm is an urban farm on a one acre lot located in the Cully neighborhood of Northeast Portland. We’ve grown a diversity of mixed vegetables and herbs on this site since 2010. We use sustainable and ecological growing methods to bringing a variety of delicious vegetables to CSA members. If you’re interested in eating our vegetables please head over to the CSA Sign-Up page for more information on how to become a member.
The farm would not exist without our partnership with Trinity Lutheran Church & School, on whose land we farm. The values that drive this work are delicious healthy food, a healthy soil ecosystem, neighborhood-level sustainability and community self-reliance.
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In 2018 Josh Volk of Slow Hand Farm took over management of the farm. The farm was previously run by Matt Gordon who founded the farm with his friend Michael Tevlin in 2010. Matt has shifted his focus to running the education programs for Rogue Farm Corps but is still a member of the Cully Neighborhood Farm community. Josh runs the farm part time with a small crew helping out from April through November.
To keep abreast of our activities week to week, consider following our instagram account and Facebook page. Some of the production information that’s more nuts and bolts is on the Slow Hand Farm blog and instagram sites.