Throughout our history, Celilo’s success has been dependent on the success of our local food producers. We are proud to have built partnerships with producers who continue to amaze and delight our customers with their world-class food products, while ensuring our community’s healthy future via sustainable farm practices. Here are just a few of Celilo’s producers.

Broken Swan Ranch, White Salmon, WA – free range, organic pork
Carlton Farms,
 Carlton, OR – naturally raised pork

Cascade Natural Beef, OR/WA – naturally raised beef on sustainable pastures
Cascadia Creamery, Trout Lake, WA – dairy farm and farmstead artisan cheese
Cattail Creek Farm, Junction City, OR – naturally raised lamb
Columbia Gorge Garlic, White Salmon, WA – “WA State certified” organic garlic
Doug Rigdon, Hood River, OR – Columbia River, native fisheries salmon
Draper Valley Farms, OR/WA – naturally raised and free range poultry
White Salmon Baking CO, White Salmon, WA – brioche burger buns
Fresh From the Farm, Stevenson, WA – organic quail eggs
Hood River Blueberry, OR – organic blueberries from the Hood River Valley
Heritage Seeds, Mosier, OR – small batch milled, organic whole grains and corn flour
Hood River Organic, Dee, OR – cultivated organic crimini mushrooms
Imperial Stock Ranch, Shaniko, OR – free range lamb
Idiot’s Grace Farm, Mosier, OR – Tilth certified organic cherries
James Organic Blueberries, OR – organic blueberries from the Hood River Valley
Kiyokawa Orchards, Parkdale, OR – heirloom varietals of apples and pears                  
Nature’s Finest Farm,
Hood River, OR – organic produce
Nella Chestnut Farm, Hood River, OR – fresh colossal chestnuts
Newman’s Seafood Co., Portland, OR – environmentally sound harvesting practices, no gillnetting
Pacific Power, Hood River, OR – this restaurant now powered by renewable energy sources
Payne Family Farm, Carlton, OR- naturally raised pigs                                                     
Prairie Creek Farm,
Joseph, OR – tilth certified organic potatoes and root vegetables

Provvista Specialty Foods, Portland, OR – importer of artisan and small batch producers
Raisin Hill Farm, Lyle, WA – organic fruits, produce and tomatoes
Saur Farm, Hood River, OR – organic produce and specialty greens
Siragusa Orchard, Hood River, OR – apples, pears, apricots, peaches, pluots and cherries
Stumptown Coffee Roasters, Portland, OR – “Roaster of the year”
Strand Tea Co., Sandy, OR – organic teas grown ethically and sustainably
Sunshine Dairy, Portland, OR – hormone and antibiotic free dairy
White Oak Farms, Goldendale, WA – “WA State certified” organic greens and vegetables
Wildwood Farm, Hood River, OR – organic vegetables, tomatoes and greens
Zion Farms, The Dalles, OR – “Tilth certified” organic greens and vegetables



Chef’s Collaborative  a network of chefs and members of the food community across the United States who promote sustainable cuisine by educating each other, supporting local farmers, teaching children, and inspiring their customers to choose good, clean food.

Gorge Grown Food Network Gorge Grown Food Network is a citizens’ and farmers’ initiative working to build a regional food system in the rural Columbia River Gorge region of Oregon and Washington. They are devoted to connecting and supporting local farmers and ensuring access to good food for everyone.Gorge Grown works to inform, empower, and connect local Columbia River Gorge farmers, food producers, farm workers, consumers, policy-makers, educators, health promoters, and food enthusiasts. We work to ensure that everyone who lives here has access to fresh, healthy, local food, and that local farmers have the skills and infrastructure they need to succeed.