Get in the Directory

The deadline to be included in the 2019 print Directory is March 1st, 2019.
Please contact us with any questions or technical issues.

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Become a HDFFA Partner

The High Desert Food and Farm Directory is Central Oregon’s only comprehensive guide to high desert grown, raised and crafted foods. This annual publication is printed each May. By becoming a partner, you’ll join our network of over 130 local food producers and purveyors, have increased exposure to a new audience, and receive a multitude of benefits including:

  • Reach 70,000 people throughout Central Oregon
  • Year-round targeted promotion of your products
  • Support to help you connect with customers and other producers

The Directory is part of our regional marketing campaign to foster relationships between agricultural producers, farmers’ market, ranchers, local restaurants, institutions, grocers and consumers. HDFFA is founded on the belief that local food should be accessible to everyone, and that our food connects us to each other. We aspire to improve the demand for and appreciation of local food, and to cherish every moment when food tastes better simply because it is local.

Sponsor or Advertise

Are you an individual or local business interested in becoming a sponsor or advertising in the Directory?  We would be delighted to speak with you. Please contact us to learn more.

FAQ's

When is the directory printed?

The Food and Farm Directory is printed annually each May.

How many copies do you print?

We print 50,000 copies.

How are the directories distributed?

The directories are distributed by the Bend Bulletin and are delivered to 35,000 households and businesses in Central Oregon. We also print thousands of copies and hand deliver them throughout the year to 160 drop off points throughout the region at restaurants, retail grocery stores, libraries, visitor centers, hospitals and clinics, and other related businesses.

When is the deadline to sign-up for inclusion in the directory?

The deadline to sign up is March 1st.

Do you have nonprofit rates?

Yes, nonprofits receive 25% off.

Who can be included?

We welcome all local food producers and purveyors owning and operating their business in the high desert region. By becoming a partner with HDFFA, you agree that you source local food and/or process/prepare/grow/raise local products.

Questions? Having trouble signing up?

Contact our Food and Farm Director at jess@hdffa.org.

Farmer, Rancher, and Food Business Partnership Pricing

HDFFA strives to make inclusion in the directory as accessible as possible. All Partnership rates are on a sliding scale with $75,000 and $100,000 gross sales break point. Partnership pricing and associated benefits are listed below. Click the button to the right to SIGN UP!

  • Basic
    $50-150/ Annual
    • Standard directory listing (online and print)
    • Partnership sticker and use of other marketing resources
    • Invite to events and networking opportunities
  • Enhanced
    $$100-200Annual
    • Highlighted directory listing (online and print)
    • Partnership sticker and use of other marketing resources
    • Discounted tickets for events and networking opportunities
    • Social Media co-promotion
  • Premium
    $$200-300/ Annual
    • Highlighted directory listing (online and print)
    • Partnership sticker and use of other marketing resources
    • Discounted tickets for events and networking opportunities
    • Social Media co-promotion
    • 1/8 page ad in print directory
     

Farmer and Rancher Partner Pledge

  • Farm or Ranch is owned by a Central Oregon resident
  • Products are sold primarily Central Oregon markets
  • Mindful of conserving land and water and maintaining healthy soils
  • Have responsible and transparent use of chemicals, fertilizers, manure and other farm inputs, as well as operate with humane and respectful treatment of animals.

Food Business Partner Pledge

  • Business is owned by a Central Oregon resident
  • Products are sold primarily Central Oregon markets
  • Business mission or business practices support a sustainable, regional food system
  • If processing foods, main processing center is in Central Oregon and if they are a restaurant or other food business, raw products are sourced from Central Oregon.
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