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Welcome to the tiny farm in Monroe

The tiny farm store is opening Saturday April 1 for the 2023 season, and we hope to see you there! Our regular store hours are: Friday 2-6p and Saturday/Sunday 10-4p.

Welcome to Lilliputopia, a tiny eco-farm in Monroe, OR 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 collaborate with Oregon State University and offer demonstrations of our sustainable and permaculture practices.

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Farm Store Info (Seasonally April-October)


Fri: 2-6 pm

Sat: 10 am - 4 pm

Sun: 12 pm - 4 pm

Please follow the signs all the way to the end of N 10th St. to park. 

The tiny store carries items from over 35 local artists and growers. All produce is seasonal and is either certified organic or grown without chemicals using sustainable practices. All gifts are handmade in the Willamette Valley, OR. 

Examples of gifts you will find in the tiny store include pottery, brooms, knits, hats, natural body care, jewelry, and much more. Scroll down to see our Instagram feed!

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