Small Things Matter

The tiny Farmstore is now open! We sell only organically grown produce and local handmade gifts. Fri 2-6; Sat 10-4; Sun 10-4.


Welcome to Lilliputopia, a tiny eco-farm in Monroe, Oregon that promotes conservation and sustainability. We specialize in dry farming ; our vegetables are grown without irrigation, pesticides or chemical fertilizers. We also have natural building demonstrations and practice rotational grazing with a small chicken flock. We conduct research and collaborate with Oregon State University and offer demonstrations of our sustainable and permaculture practices.

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Farm Store Hours

April through October. Seasonal organic vegetables and hand made gifts- 100% local!

301 N 10th St. Monroe, OR 97456. Follow the signs near the library.

Fri: 2-6 pm
Sat: 10 am - 4 pm
Sun: 12 pm - 4 pm; meet a vendor, try samples, and learn something new!

 

Year Three

It's time to recap all the fun times we had this year! Despite the inexhaustible challenges that 2020 has brought us, we managed to have...

2020 Dry Farming Plot in Pictures

I took pictures of the dry plot in intervals of 15 days so that we could see the progression throughout the season. Each plot is 5'x20'...

Plum Picking on a Misty Morning

Our friends Jim and Sharon reached out to Eliza the other day to ask if we wanted to come pick a few plums for our farm store. They said...

Second Year

What have we been up to? Hard question to answer. Imagine a big stove top full of pans that are being stirred on different temperatures,...

WWOOFing on the farm

Have you ever heard of the WWOOF (world wide opportunities on organic farms) program? I've probably mentioned that I was a wwoofer...

June 2019 updates

It's just two weeks into June and we've already had several days of 90 degree heat! The summer vegetables are perking up and taking off....

2019 veggies are in the ground!

We've been super busy, but we've finally managed to get all of our summer crops in! We've also had a very strange spring here in Oregon,...

Starting seeds

Starting seeds is one of my favorite things to do as a farmer. I admit I'm a seed hoarder-- I can never say no to more seeds and often...

Secrets of the Soil: Part 2

This is the second part of a two part series. This part examines the particular soil found here at Lilliputopia and how you can learn...

Secrets of the Soil: Part 1

This post was getting way too long, so I decided to cut it in half. Part 1 introduces general soil chemistry and biology and then...

The Greenhouse

For anyone who wants to grow plants most of the year, a greenhouse is a basic requirement. Plants get a head start earlier in the season...

The first year at Lilliputopia

Since purchasing this property in the fall of 2017, we have been incredibly busy. Our goal was to create a small and diverse #farm here...

 

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