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Eclectic owns and operates a 90 acre farm in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains near Mt Hood, Oregon. Located in Sandy Oregon, 45 min. east of Portland, the farm is in one the remaining pristine areas of the U.S. There are approximately 40 different plants that are grown Certified Organic by the Oregon Tilth including four species of Echinacea and the largest patch of Goldenseal west of the Mississippi.

Our goal is to be 100% vertically integrated, that is we would like to grow as much of our herbs as possible. We are currently running at about 30% and growing. Although we realize that we will never be able to cultivate certain plants in this climate we do feel that we have a responsibility to grow as much as is possible in order to maintain adequate resources of high quality material.