Local Grow­ers

Fresh fruits and veg­eta­bles have a per­sonal and dis­tinc­tive place of ori­gin.

Inde­pen­dent & small scale fam­ily farms con­tribute to our regional abun­dance and land­scape with a wide vari­ety of fresh, peak of sea­son pro­duce.

Check out some of our notable farmer pro­files to see who’s grow­ing your food.

Chin Farms

Chin Farms

Chin Farms is the grow­ing oper­a­tion of Wong Pota­toes, Inc., a fam­ily owned busi­ness which has been grow­ing, pack­ing, and ship­ping pota­toes in the United States since 1930. Their pota­toes are shipped through­out the United States and the Pacific Rim coun­tries. Each year, Chin Farms grows and ships over 70 mil­lion pounds of the world’s favorite vegetable!

The own­ers are Dee Dee and Daniel Chin, third gen­er­a­tion potato farm­ers in the Kla­math Basin. The Kla­math Basin is ideal for grow­ing qual­ity prod­ucts because of its high ele­va­tion (4,100 ft.) and short grow­ing sea­son (115 days).

Their pota­toes include red, yel­low, rus­set, and spe­cialty pota­toes along with a full line of organ­i­cally grown pota­toes. Chin Farms grows about 2,400 acres of con­ven­tional pota­toes, wheat, alfalfa hay, and dehy­drated onions, and their organic divi­sion, Chin Fam­ily Farms Organic, LLC, grows about 2,500 acres of organic pota­toes, wheat, and alfalfa hay.