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Anne Berblinger

Organic Farmer

Gales Meadow Farm

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Gales Meadow Farm

Company Description

Gales Meadow Farm has sold organic plant starts at Portland farmers markets for ten years and we provide a diverse selection of vigorous spring plants like kale, broccoli, lettuce, beets, peas, and even rhubarb! We buy from small value-based seed companies so ... more

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Slow Food Portland


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Adelante Agricultura

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Culinary Breeding Network Variety Showcase: Q&A with Lane Selman | Let Um Eat

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Anne Berblinger, Gales Meadow Farm


CANNON BEACH WELCOMES TUFTED PUFFINS BACK TO HAYSTACK ROCK - Portland Interview Magazine

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Talks by local garden experts Anne Berblinger of Gales Meadow Farm and Americorps volunteer Jennifer Rasmussen will follow in the afternoon, and naturalist and nature photographer Neal Maine will educate the public about wetlands and their denizens at the Little Pompey Wetland on Spruce Street.


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Tips and tricks from pioneers in our local food community, for both farmers and chefs, and especially for those new to this model - led by Anne Berblinger of Gales Meadow Farm and Kelly Myers of Xico.


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by Anne Berblinger, Gales Meadow Farm
Nestled between wooded hillside and a bend in the meandering Gales Creek, Anne and Rene' Berblinger's Gales Meadow Farm feels like a place hewn from the pastoral imagination: nine smooth acres fan out in a rough triangle from the back of the property, bordered cozily by tall trees, onto a vista of the slender Gales Creek valley and its well-muscled foothills that begin galloping into the coast range a handful of miles west of the farm. It is a vista I know well from spending two summers as a part-time farmhand there in 2010 and 2011, enjoying a morning coffee, planting, harvesting and pulling weeds in that glorious backdrop. Anne and Rene' began hobby-farming the site in 1999, coming from non-farm careers and a simple desire to work outdoors and grow beautiful food. "Sometimes I say that we had to be farmers, since we never had room to grow all the varieties we wanted to try in a garden," Anne said of her transition from gardener to farmer fifteen years ago. Anne and Rene' farm with a gardener's mentality, valuing beauty, flavor and narrative over high productivity or vegetables with a long shelf life, and many of the lessons they've learned in their fifteen-year farm journey translate well to a garden of any size. Anne and Rene' have reaped delicious rewards from experimenting with seed saving, and encourage all gardeners to try their hand at it. "Use open-pollinated varieties and save seeds of your favorites," Anne advises, "especially self-pollinating vegetables like lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, and beans." And, at the farm or garden scale, success with organic growing comes from seeing the garden as an ecosystem, a great balancing act. "Love your pollinators," encourages Anne, "provide ten months of bloom in your garden, a pesticide free environment, and places for their babies to grow."


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