Long Island Organic Farm
Welcome to Oregon Road Organics
Oregon Road Organics is a family owned and operated USDA certified farm, located on the North fork of Long Island. We grow tomatoes, zucchini, squash, pickles, cucumbers and hemp all presently NOFO-NY certified. Our inventory is always changing so please stop by or check us out on Instagram and Facebook for the latest updates.
Here at Oregon Road Organics, under our WJF Farms label we do offer and provide support to our neighboring farms by offering their locally grown produce and plants for sale at our stand. Please note that all our Organic products are labeled with the Oregon Road Organics (ORO) logo and all other items sold at the farm that does not have the ORO label is not USDA certified organic.
CBD Products Now Available
We are happy to announce the launch of our delicious Honey Lemon & Cherry Agave CBD Gummies. We also have Peanut Butter and Pumpkin CBD Dog treats that most pets find irresistible.
INDOOR & OUTDOOR
Oregon Road Organics - Long Island Organic Farm. We utilize both indoor and outdoor growing facilities. All of our hemp is 100% organically grown. For more information call (631) 735-9195 or fill out the form below and a staff member will be in contact shortly.
Take a Tour
Welcome to Oregon Road Organics. We are proud Long Island Organic Farmers who grow a variety of USDA certified Organic vegetables on our Long Island Organic Farm. We currently grow tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, squash, and high-grade hemp; however, Inventory is always changing. If you want to stay up on our latest harvest, follow us on social media. You can find us on both Facebook and Instagram.
Long Island Organic Farm Vegetables
We currently grow a variety of vegetables on our Long Island Organic Farm. Some of those Long Island Organic Farm vegetables include cucumbers, squash, zucchini, tomatoes, and high-grade hemp, just to name a few.
Very Few Certified Long Island Organic Farms
It is not easy operating as a Long Island Organic Farm. There are many hoops to jump through and regulations are far from black and white. That is the reason most farms do not operate a certified Long Island Organic Farm.