Camas Country Mill is an extension of the Hunton Family third generation farm in the Willamette Valley. The farm grows organic, transitional, conventional cereals and legumes and mills small batches of artisan flour at its stone-burr mill.
The bakery uses grains, flours and local ingredients to enhance freshness and quality. Seasonal, local, and fresh lunch is available from 11am-2pm at the bakery.
Tom Hunton’s third generation family farm, located southwest of Junction City, Oregon, supplies much of what is milled and packaged at Camas Country Mill.
The 2,700 acre Hunton’s Farm grows forage and turf grasses, clover, meadowfoam, various vegetable and cover crop seeds, beans, lentils and grains for Camas Country Mill. The site is also home to the historic Lower Fern Ridge Schoolhouse. This 1888 building was rescued from being demolished and moved to Camas Country Store where it now serves as a place to snack on a scone while viewing the history preserved inside its walls.