Become a Partner

A Commitment to our Food & Farm Community

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.

We work hard to improve access to regional produced food. In addition to publishing an annual FREE Food & Farm Directory (available online, phone app, and in print) we:

  • Educate our community on the benefit of supporting local food and farm businesses
  • Educate our community on the economic impact of buying from local producers
  • Present on TV, radio, print and social media the importance of buying local, and about upcoming events featuring our partners

Join our Network - Partner Benefits

Be a part of a network of 130+ local food producers and purveyors. 

  • Connect with farmers, ranchers, food businesses and organizations dedicated to local food
  • Listing in the Food & Farm Directory (print, online and phone app)
  • (NEW!) Directory Phone app
  • (NEW!) Updated and improved searchable online Directory
  • (NEW!) Directory now distributed through The Source for increased consumer reach
  • (NEW!) Listing on
  • (NEW!) Ability to participate in agritourism project being developed in 2021
  • Access to Get a Taste customized marketing collateral and other materials
  • Networking opportunities including Chef-Farmer Mixers
  • Engagement through social media: posts, tags, and stories to improve your business’s reach
  • Free admission to events and networking opportunities  
  • Opportunities to provide local product for HDFFA’s Local Food Boxes, events, and fundraisers
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Become a Partner and be featured in our online and phone app Directory!
The print Directory deadline has passed.
Questions? Contact Rachel,


What is a Food & Farm Community?

Our food and farm community is comprised of the farmers and ranchers who grow and raise our foods, the crafters who make meals and products from local foods, and the consumers who invest their money in the local food economy.

What does HDFFA do to support this system?

HDFFA collaborates with local non-profits, for-profits, government entities, and the general public to increase awareness of the importance of local foods; provide support to farmers and ranchers; and to increase local food access for everyone – regardless of income – in Central Oregon.

Farmer Rancher specific benefits

  • FREE access to educational workshops and events on production and business best practices to improve the overall success of your operation
  • Opportunity to participate in our food access programs such as Grow & Give, VeggieRx, and Fresh Harvest Kits
  • Funding opportunities (when available) such as the Season Extender Grant and Farm and Ranch Resiliency Award
  • One-on-one support from the Farm and Ranch Support Manager to help you connect with technical and financial resources and assistance
  • Farmer/Rancher Advisory Committee made up of Partners who provide insight, observations, and feedback about HDFFA’s programmatic work
  • Alliance with a network of over 65 local farmers and ranchers throughout the Central Oregon agricultural community working collaboratively to overcome barriers, offer peer support, and advance the local food system

Why do Farmers and Ranchers get more benefits?

At HDFFA a strong robust local food system is our utmost priority. In order to make this dream a reality HDFFA acquires funding from a variety of sources including individual donations, national agencies, statewide organizations, and family foundations. Currently, through the USDA Beginner Farmer Rancher Development Program, HDFFA is able to staff a full-time Farm and Ranch Support Manager dedicated to supporting our local Farmers and Ranchers. Through this program we are able to offer expanded opportunities to our Farm and Ranch Partners. In return, we are also able to work closer with Food Businesses who are looking to make further connections with local food producers and increase local sourcing; a win-win for all!

Partner Fees

To make partnerships equitable and accessible to all, rates are on a sliding scale based on a businesses gross income. If you are in need of financial assistance for a partnership, please contact us.

After May 1, 2021: 25% discount off below pricing
Use CODE: SAVE25 at checkout

$50    | Annual gross income $0-$75,000
$100  | Annual gross income $75,000- $150,000
$150  | Annual gross income >$150,000
Along with your partnership, we offer two additional marketing opportunities.
Current partnerships run May 2021-April 2022, you can sign up anytime!

Marketing Package

  • Dedicated webpage linked to your listing
  • Designated profile highlight on Facebook/Instagram at least once
  • Links to your website and social media provided in print and online
Price: $50 +cost of partnership

Marketing Package

  • Dedicated webpage linked to your listing
  • Designated profile highlight on Facebook/Instagram at least 3x/year
  • Links to your website and social media provided in print and online
  • Highlighted listing in print directory and listed at the top of the webpage online
  • Highlight in e-newsletter 1x/year
  • 1/8 page ad in print directory ($300 value!)
Price: $150 + cost of partnership

Food & Farm Directory

The Food & Farm Directory is part of our regional marketing campaign to foster relationships between agricultural producers, farmers’ market, ranchers, local restaurants, institutions, grocers and consumers. This community resource is the local guide to grown, raised, and crafted food products.

The Directory is available in print, online and, a phone app. The current directory is available online year round. The 11th annual print directory will be released May 5th 2021 in The Source.

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.


When will the 2021 Directory be available?

The Food and Farm Directory will be printed and distributed through The Source on May 5, 2021. The NEW online directory and phone app will also be available at this time.

How many copies do you print?

We print and distribute 22,000 copies and have the PDF version available for download or view at

How are the directories distributed?

  • Directories are distributed through The Source to over 12,000 households and businesses in Central Oregon.
  • Featured on The Source’s website – a reach of over 150,000 viewers.
  • 10,000 Additional copies are hand delivered throughout the year to 160+ sites including to listed partners (restaurants, grocery stores, and businesses) as well as public spaces: farmers markets, libraries, visitor centers, health clinics etc.

Do you offer discounts?

  • Nonprofits receive 25% off.
  • New Partners are offered discounted rates
  • We offer discounted or free Partnerships to those who cannot afford the fees – we want everyone to be included.

Farmers and ranchers pledges to:

  • Grow, raise, and sell products primarily in Central Oregon
  • Operate primarily and/or founded in Central Oregon
  • Be mindful of conserving land and water and maintaining healthy soils; responsible and transparent use of chemicals, fertilizers, manure, and other farm inputs
  • Operate with humane and respectful treatment of animals


        Food businesses pledge to:

        • Source raw products, to the best of their ability, from Central Oregon producers  
        • Ensure that products are available in Central Oregon markets
        • Support a sustainable, regional food system through mission or business practices
        • Operate primarily and/or founded in Central Oregon


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