About Us

Grow Organic, LLC
2035 12th Street
or PO Box 1265
Hood River, OR 97031
Phone #: (541) 632-3478 (DIRT )
email: connect@groworganics.org
twitter: twitter.com/GrowOrganics
facebook: facebook.com/groworganics


Spring Store Hours: 

Monday-Friday: 10:00AM - 5:00PM
Saturday-Sunday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM

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Fiddle Farms 2016 CSA!

Potatoes, Onions, Shallots, Asparagus and Strawberries!

Spring is finally here! Hundreds of pounds of certified organic heirloom potato seed are here! All standard potatoes are $3.00/lb; fingerlings $6.00/lb. We also have certified organic onions transplants and sets, shallot sets as well as bareroot strawberries and asparagus crowns. Stop by soon as they won't last long!

Chicks 2016!

RESERVE NOW FOR 2016! Prices range from $4-6. Fill out online form or call 541-632-3478 to reserve. AVAILABLE NOW (Updated 5/15/2016)* 6 Week-Old Pullets Black Australorp Speckled Sussex Ancona Just over 3 weeks old Barnvelder Delaware Golden Lakenvelder Welsummer Arriving 5/13/2016* Americana Black Australorp Rhode Island Red Light Brahma New Hampshire Red Arriving 5/25/2016* Cuckoo Maran Pendasenca Speckled Sussex Dark Brahma Russian Orloff Welsummer Blue Cochin *Arrival dates are hopeful. Depending on weather conditions, transportation issues, etc...

Columbia Gorge Cannabis Growers Association

CGCGA is a new group by and for cannabis growers in The Gorge. We are looking for members! If you’re a new grower, an experienced grower or just thinking about growing cannabis commercially, please consider joining. It’s a great way to learn as you can get answers to your questions, help with the OLCC process, and meet others with similar interests in a supportive, informal setting...

Honey Bee Swarm Removal in Hood River

Do you think you have a honey bee swarm in Hood River or surrounding Columbia Gorge area including SW Washington? First off, don't panic. The bees are usually not aggressive at this stage of their life cycle and are very unlikely to sting. Swarming is the natural means of reproduction for honey bee colonies. What to do about it? Simple: Call Grow at: 541-632-3478 or fill out the form below. If we catch the swarm that you call in, we'll bring you a pint of our local honey too! Please be ready to answer a few questions such as: Your name, address and a way to reach you...