About Sauvie Island Growers

Sauvie Island Growers is a 33 acre certified Organic farm located in Portland, Oregon on Sauvie Island.

We offer an exceptionally high quality and carefully curated selection of fresh cut salad greens along with mixed seasonal vegetables, and both culinary and medicinal herbs and flowers. We work directly with our local Portland based customers including restaurants, grocery cooperatives, college and corporate campuses, and wholesale partners.

We are committed to the sustainable, regenerative and holistic stewardship of our land and the many creatures we share it with, the utmost care and respect for our hard working farm crew, and offering our local community the highest quality, freshest, most delicious and nutritious produce.

Certified Organic Produce

Sauvie Island Growers Products are Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth.

Our Farm

Sauvie Island Growers is a small-scale family farm owned and operated by Brian Wood and Jesse Olian since 2018. We are lucky to farm on some of the most fertile and productive lands in the Willamette Valley. Our soil has been in Organic production for over 15 years. Together, Brian and Jesse have over 25 years of collective experience farming on this land.

In addition to Organic produce and herbs we have transitioned a large portion of our farm historically used in vegetable production into pasture for our small scale grazing program.

Our farm is adjacent to some of the most beautiful and intact white oak savannah, seasonal wetlands, important migratory bird habitat and native plant ecosystems.

Who We Work With

Grocery Stores, Restaurants, Commercial Kitchens, Neighborhood Produce Stands, Universities and lots more!

New Seasons Market in Portland and Happy Valley
Albert Co-Op in Portland on Alberta Street
Rubinette Produce Market in Portland on Sandy Blvd

Land Use Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that we are growing on and stewards of unceded lands of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, historically inhabited by the Multnomah tribe of the Chinookan people