Wind River Produce

Pure Organic Food

Become Part of the Pure Food Revolution

Wind River Produce Story

Wind River Produce fresh lettuce deliveryNestled in the gateway of the Columbia River Gorge exists a delicately balanced and all natural ecosystem. Here, we raise organic vegetables, vibrant leafy greens, fruit and fish. We are dedicated to growing pure, chemical, non-GMO food using all natural processes and techniques.

Founded in 2017, our inspiration to create this venture started in 2013 when a unique collaborative relationship with pioneers of a hyper-sustainable growing technique. This revolutionary process uses a fraction of the water to grow pure, organic food 365 days a year in a controlled greenhouse environment. Here, we have been perfecting how to raise a variety of tender leafy greens, flavorful fruits, savory herbs and crisp vegetables in up to half the time as conventional soil based production. Our nutrient dense produce is jam packed full of vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and antioxidants that are free from any toxic chemicals or pesticides. Grown naturally, our exceptional produce is getting attention from those seeking locally grown farms specializing in quality and taste.

Currently Producing

Red Romaine Lettuce

Red Romaine Lettuce

Green Oak Leaf Salanova

Green Oak Leaf Salanova

Taste The Difference

  • No Chemicals or Pesticides

  • All Natural, Organic Produce

  • Nutrient Dense in Vitamins, Minerals and Antioxidants

  • Uses 90% Less Water Than Conventional Agriculture

  • Longer Shelf Life, Less Waste

  • Vibrant Taste, Texture and Smell

  • Locally Grown and Raised

Our Secret is Aquaponics

Aquaponics is the merger of raising fish and vegetables together in a balanced ecosystem. This highly sustainable closed-loop ecosystem creates the optimum environment for fish and plants to thrive naturally. This growing technique grows pure, chemical free food free of pesticides and fertilizers. Using only 10% of the water that is required in conventional agriculture, aquaponics also uses less water than the aquaculture and hydroponic industries as there is no discharge or water exchanges required. This is organic growing at its best.

Fish produce waste which contains ammonia. Microorganisms convert ammonia to nitrates and then to nitrates for the plants. Plants absorb nitrates and return aerated water to the fish.
Wind River Produce Lettuce with fish

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