Coleman Agriculture is a 6th generation family owned and operated farm with headquarters just south of the small Western Oregon community of St. Paul.
We manage over 8,000 acres of land in the Willamette Valley cultivating some of the highest quality crops you’ll find anywhere. We specialize in hops, hazelnuts, seed crops and a variety of vegetables, selling directly to brokers and commercial partners.
When it comes to hops, we’re the brewer’s best friend. We are one of the most diverse hop growers in Oregon, producing over 2 million pounds, from 24 distinct varieties, every year. 95% of US-grown hazelnuts come from Oregon and we account for a large chunk of our country’s total production. Since we first planted hazelnut trees in 1969, our family has harvested over 20 million pounds of nuts. Rounding out our primary plantings are seed crops and vegetables. We vary the acreage and the types of vegetables planted each year to increase the biodiversity and overall health of the soil.
For the Coleman Family, farming has always been more than a livelihood–it’s a way of life.
It’s a way of cultivating family and community and providing for the future, as well as the present. That’s why we use sustainable farming practices and partner with conservation-minded folks like Salmon Safe, Oregon State University, the Oregon Brewshed Alliance, and the National Resource Conservation Service. We believe that by combining hundreds of years of traditional farming know-how with modern sustainable methods, we can utilize the land in a way that best serves us all.