At Stahlbush, farming is an art and a science. Only perfect varieties that are naturally sweet, colorful and bursting with flavor make the cut. Our commitment to nutrition, health and a happier life for everyone is what fuels our passion for fine food.
Stahlbush Island Farms started with two crops, a piece of land and a passion for good food. Today the couple still lives in the same house on the farm and manages the business every day. Some may call that old-fashioned; we call it a family farm.
“While we are sheltered-in-place in Corvallis, our son who lives in Eugene, has driven up to buy groceries for us a couple of times. On his most recent trip, we told him we’d like some frozen green beans to have once we had run out of fresh vegetables. He shopped at Market of Choice and brought us 3 packages of your green beans.
Those green beans are now our all-time favorite. Once we are able to shop ourselves, we will always buy the Stahlbush Island Farms beans. We will open our last package for lunch today.
We just want to thank you for such an excellent product. It’s nice that something positive can come out of the Coronavirus stay-home mandate.
We hope that you and those that work for you are all well and staying safe.”
- Matilda and Bill
“Hey, I just finished eating a package of your sweet potatoes and loved them. I have microwaved frozen sweet potatoes before, but they weren’t nearly as good as yours.
You all do a great job. I will look for more of your products. I don’t remember where I bought these, but I’ll check online.”
“I recently bought some of your frozen veggies. I had the tri-colored carrots tonight. I microwaved them, then put a little bit of salt and butter. I hate carrots! I have one bite and changed my mind about carrots forever becayse these are literally the best I have ever had – they beat my father’s homegrown carrots. Wow! I just wanted to let you know that you made me love carrots again! So glad I found you guys! Thanks!
Bill and Karla Chambers started Stahlbush Island Farms with two crops, a piece of land and a passion for good food. Today the couple still lives in the same house on the farm and manages the business every day. Some may call that old-fashioned; we call it a family farm.