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Welcome to the tiny farm in Monroe

We are closed for the season! Thank you so much for your support. You can still catch us at our holiday markets during the first weekends of November and December

Welcome to Lilliputopia, a tiny eco-farm in Monroe, OR. We specialize in permaculture and dry farming; our field 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 several organizations including Oregon State University and the Dry Farming Institute, and offer demonstrations of our regenerative practices.

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Tiny Farm Store Info (Seasonally April-October)

Hours:

We are temporarily closed for the season! Please see Facebook for our holiday shopping events!

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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2022: Year Five

It's that time of year again! The year was filled with challenges and opportunities. We had an extremely wet and cold spring that didn't...

2021: Year Four

Recap of the 2021 season at Lilliputopia, the fourth year for the tiny eco-farm in Monroe, OR.

2020: 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...

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....

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