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    Land of Waterfalls

    Water shapes and defines everything in Oregon's temperate rainforests, giving us scenes like this one in abundance!

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    Mt. Hood, Cascade Mountains

    The sentinel of the Willamette Valley, Mt. Hood overlooks the cradle of pioneer settlement in Oregon Country..

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    Ganiderma lucidum

    aka the Reishi mushroom, treasured world-wide for its medicinal properties.

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    Crater Lake National Park

    Just 47 miles northeast of our farm in Rogue River, OR.

What We Do

Oregon has such fascinating pioneer history, boundless natural resources, and a lifestyle unique from any other place in the world. We love our home immensely! So when we founded our company, we knew exactly what we wanted to do: to provide great products and services that showcase the very best of Oregon Country for the rest of the world.

Gourmet & Medicinal Mushrooms

The temperate rainforests of the Pacific Northwest are one of the world's most diverse natural environments for edible fungus; aka the mushroom. But we aren't talking about those manure grown toadstools you get at the grocery store. From our brand new building dubbed "The Shroomery" we produce a variety of gourmet and medicinal mushrooms, including: Shitake, Miatake, Oyster, King Straforia, Morel, Enoki, Lion's Mane, and Reishi, to name a few.

Forest Products

We collect, clean, sort, dry, and distribute a number of natural forest products for use in arts, crafts, textiles, natural dyes, and endless other cottage industries. These include both dried and living mosses, ferns, acorns, seasonal mistletoe, pine cones, driftwood, natural canes, specialty seasoned and skinned madrone and manzanita limbs, unique burls, "Old-Man-of-the-Woods" knots, agates and other regional semi-gemstones, to name a few! If it can be legally, ethically, and sustainably harvested from the forests, mountains, or coastal regions of Oregon, we're likely to carry it.

Signal Crayfish

The Signal crayfish, found in the freshwater lakes, streams, and rivers of Oregon and Washington, are a little known seasonal delicacy. Unlike their smaller, less flavorful cousins commercially farmed in Louisiana, the Signal crayfish grow up to 6" long, and have a richer flavor much preferred by Pacific Northwest chefs. Wild populations are only lightly fished commercially, leaving even many locals unaware of their gourmet superiority. But that is soon to change!

Homestead Residential Program

Many landowners find they simply cannot keep up with the amount of labor rural living requires. With our Homestead Residential program, MyOregon helps to fill that gap and support our rural senior citizens and neighbors. Whether you need help digging a ditch, clearing brush and other fire hazards, or organizing a photo collection, it doesn't matter - we're here to be that extra pair of hands, eyes, and ears when you need them. Call as projects arise, or better yet, take advantage of our HRP subscription services, and receive a guaranteed number of hours in pre-paid, on-property assistance each and every month!

Farm and Ranch Technical Consulting

Rural land owners and businesses frequently face difficulties taking advantage of modern technologies. With over 25 years of professional technology experience, MyOregon brings a unique skillset straight to your property to ensure you're getting the best solutions from your technology investments. While our company is new, our first Ag consulting client was a 900 acre corn and soy farm in Illinois in 1998!

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The Incredible Fungus!

Fruit of the Forest

The average cubic inch of soil contains over 3 miles of mycelial strands! These web of root-like fungi are the bodies which produce mushrooms when they bear fruit.

Nutritional Powerhouse

Mushrooms provide many nutritional benefits: they are low in calories, low in sodium, fat-free, cholesterol-free, and gluten-free. They are a good source of Protein, Thiamin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Magnesium, Zinc and Manganese, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Riboflavin, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Phosphorus, Potassium, Copper and Selenium.

Medicinal Wonder

In mice with Alzheimer’s, an extract of Lion’s Mane mushroom prevents the loss of spatial short-term and visual recognition memory! In Japan, the Reishi mushroom is the most used alternative, natural cancer treatment method.

Our Latest Posts

We work hard to learn all we can about this place we call home and share amazing stories and facts about Oregon, mushrooms, and our own rural living experience.

Remembering Table Rock

Have you ever had a place become so iconic in your life that it holds you mesmerized every time you see it? Table Rock is that place for me. So much so, in fact, that four decades after first discovering it for myself, it continues to draw me back and make itself known in my […]

Wimer Covered Bridge

The Wimer covered bridge is located just 2 miles Southwest of our farm, and is the only covered bridge in Jackson County still open to vehicle traffic. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Oregon, and has been a great source of pride and identification to the people of Evans Valley […]

Native Peoples of Oregon

A wide array of native peoples have lived in Oregon for at least 15,000 years, and likely longer. Although European pioneers pressured and persecuted these tribes just as they did throughout  the Westward Expansion, these resilient people have survived and even thrived into the modern era and contribute significantly to the culture and values of […]

We hired MyOregon to help with our 6 acre property in Sam's Valley. We're in our 70s, and its just getting hard to keep up with everything that needs done, especially getting our firewood ready for winter. But in just 2 weeks, and very affordably, they had everything caught up and looking gorgeous. They even repaired the walking bridge to our barn at no extra charge. A month later, Arlen and Theresa came by just to see if we needed anything, and brought us a beautiful gift basket filled with mushrooms!

Thank you for our beautiful property! – George & Sandy Someone