Fall Colors At Rogue Farms
Everyone who comes out to the Rogue barley farm in Tygh Valley remarks about how beautiful it is.
Mt. Hood. The wildlife. The amber waves of barley. But in fall, the farm is especially stunning.
Please enjoy these photos of some of our favorite scenes this fall.
Sunrise on Mt. Hood. Mt. Hood and the Cascades cast a giant rain shadow over the farm, protecting it from severe winter storms and giving us delightfully sunny summers.
Looking out over Tygh Valley. This time of year, three species of deer and Rocky Mountain elk come down from high elevations in the Cascades to forage here.
Fall colors in Badger Canyon. The Rogue Farms barley farm lies on the edge of the Badger Creek Wilderness Area, one of the most pristine and protected places in Oregon.
Tundra swans, Northern Shovelers, Mallards and other waterfowl visit the farm every fall. We built two dozen ponds and streams to provide habitat for wildlife.
To the north lies Tygh Ridge. This 2800 high ridge protects the farm from the fierce wind storms that howl through the Columbia River Gorge in winter.
The next time you open a Rogue Farms beer or spirit, remember that this is where it all began. In the dirt of our beautiful malting barley farm in Tygh Valley, Oregon.