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Scottie and Greg Jones at Leaping Lamb FarmScottie and Greg Jones, Farm Owners

We moved to our farm here in the Coast Range of Oregon in 2003 as second-career farmers - our first careers being urban and white collar. Our farming up to this point has consisted of raising locker lamb and hay that we sell off the farm and producing vegetables and fruits from our large garden, greenhouse, and orchards for ourselves and our guests.

We added our farm stay in 2006 as a way to sustain our farm and enjoy sharing what we have and what we know with our guests. There are no stupid questions and we feel the hands-on experience of our farm creates life-long memories. Scottie is the founder and executive director of the U.S. Farm Stay Association and spends more time in the farm office than she should.

Justin and Teagan Moran at Leaping Lamb FarmJustin and Teagan Moran, Farm Managers

Justin and Teagan Moran arrived at Leaping Lamb Farm in November 2016, as farm managers. Their daughter, Tulsi, was born on the farm two months later. Justin is originally from Devon UK and Teagan is from Portland Oregon.  The two met while farming in England.

Justin and Teagan are graduates of the Rogue Farm Corps training program where they honed their skills at organic farming and plowing with horses. Having spent time on a variety of farms across Europe, they come to ours with a particular interest in creating a bio-dynamic, organic enterprise. We are already started down that path.

While Justin will focus primarily on farming, Teagan (and Tulsi) will help with the hospitality and educational side of the farm.

Photo: Stephen Smith Photography


Kate Rivera, Office

Kate is a Southern California girl turned farmer who lives in Monroe but works in the farm office with Scottie. She has her own flock of sheep (Leaping Lamb Farm offspring) and layer hens. She is our Instagram photographer, our Facebook guru, our web designer, and our bookkeeper – all in one! She is also all these things for the U.S. Farm Stay Association so she has double duties here.

While she spends most of her time keeping Scottie organized, you will also find Kate out and about the farm with phone camera in hand or, when needed, helping to herd wayward sheep or care-take lambs.

Scottie & Greg Jones
20368 Honey Grove Road
Alsea, OR 97324
Phone/Fax: 541-487-4966

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