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Alpine Community Center
A rural non-profit organization, we are known for our annual Alpine Holiday Festival in November and Alpine Century Ride in August. Our programs include Alpine Cooperative Preschool, Alpine Food Sharing Garden, Alpine Recycling Center, Teens in Action, Monroe Resale, an email list for community-wide communication, and our web site at www.alpinecommunity.net
Alpine Glas Haus
Alpine Pump
Alpine Pump, Inc. is a fully qualified well, pump and water treatment facility with over 27 years experience in the field. We carry and install only the finest in pumps and water treatment systems to insure a trouble-free and low maintenance water supply for our valuable clients. Check out our website at www.alpinepump.com or contact us at gary@alpinepump.com. (541) 424-2243
Benton-Lane Winery
Benton-Lane is a family owned winery producing Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris from its certified sustainable 140 acre vineyard in the tenderloin of Oregon's Willamette Valley 20 miles north of Eugene. In 2006 TWO of our wines achieved TOP 100 WINES OF THE WORLD status - our 2004 Estate Pinot Noir in the Wine Spectator and 2005 Pinot Gris in Wine & Spirits Magazine. In 2009 our 2008 Pinot Gris was chosen by Wine & Spirits Magazine as One of the Best 100 Wines in the World. We specialize in Pinot Noir and also produce Pinot Gris and small amounts of Pinot Blanc. Our wines are distributed in 48 states and are also available at our on-line store at: Benton-Lane On-line Store Tasting Room open April up to Christmas: Monday – Thursday 11am to 5pm, Friday – Sunday 11am to 6pm
Hazelnut Hill Inc
January-September Wednesday’s thru Sunday’s 12-5 October-December Tuesday’s thru Sunday’s 9-5 Tours for pre-booked groups available upon request Experience Oregon Hazelnuts Direct from the Grower, Roaster and Candy Maker!
Honey Tree Apiaries
OPEN SUNDAY 10a.m. to 5p.m. Call to schedule special times. Honey Tree Apiaries is a small honey bee farm located where the Coast Range meets the Willamette Valley in Alpine, Oregon. We raise honey bees for honey production and pollination with out the use of synthetic chemicals or antibiotics. Our honey is not pasturized to preserve the sweet goodness the bees intended. Ethan M. Bennett Honey Tree Apiaries e_ben07@hotmail.com (541) 207-2155
Monroe Resale Shop
The Monroe Resale Shop is located at 190 S. Fifth Street in Monroe and is open Wednesdays, 10am to 4pm, Thursdays from 12 noon to 5pm and Saturdays from 10am to 4pm. Our mission is to provide customers with high-quality, gently used items at reasonable prices. You will find a variety of clothing, household items, small tools & appliances, jewelry, books, games and more. Our proceeds help support our parent organization, the non-profit ALPINE COMMUNITY CENTER (see its own separate listing). For more information contact Dorothy at 541-517-5943 or monroeresale@gmail.com
South Benton Community Museum
South Benton Communities Museum Open:Wednesday 1-4p.m. Last Saturday of the month 10-4p.m
The Long Branch Restaurant and Lounge
William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge
William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge was created to provide vital wintering habitat for dusky Canada geese. Unlike other Canada geese, duskies have limited summer and winter ranges. They nest on Alaska's Copper River Delta, and winter almost exclusively in the Willamette Valley. Habitat loss, predation, and hunting have caused a decrease in population. Located in the Willamette Valley, the refuge protects many of the valley's historic habitats, including the largest remaining tract of native Willamette Valley wet prairie. Fields of wildlife food crops are interspersed with Oregon white oak savannah, meandering creeks with bottomland Oregon ash forest, old growth big-leaf maple, and native prairie. Other management goals are to preserve native species and enhance biodiversity. Endangered and threatened species such as peregrine falcons, bald eagles, Oregon chub, and Bradshaw's desert parsley find protection and sanctuary on the refuge. A herd of Roosevelt elk can be found in the bottomland forests or farm fields on the refuge. 26208 Finley Refuge Rd Corvallis, OR 97333 - 9533 E-mail: willamettevalley@fws.gov Phone Number: 541-757-7236
Friends of the National Wildlife Refuge Complex
The Willamette Valley is nestled between the Cascade and Coastal ranges in Oregon and stretches from the Oregon-Washington border south to the city of Eugene. Historically, it was a land of wet prairies, dry prairies, oak savannas, and mixed woodlands. Today, most of this land has been developed. The refuges of the Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge Complex represent a significant portion of what is left. We are an non-profit organization that includes habitat restoration work, environmental education and community outreach. Browse our web site to see the kind of activities in which you can take part and what work we do. http://friendswvnwrc.org/index.html
Honey Bee Sweet Shop
Honeybee Sweet Shop Hours: Sat-Sun 10am 5pm (541) 758-2258 Your Home for Gourmet Carmel Corn & Candy
Tyee Wine Cellars
Vineyard & tasting room on Buchanan Family Century Farm. Check website: open dates/hours. 26335 Greenberry Rd, Corvallis.www.tyeewine.com.541-753-8754.
Sweet Earth Winery and Vineyard
Family-owned Sweet Earth Vineyards and Winery is committed to producing excellent, handcrafted wines form the finest quality grapes.Located on a sloped hillside in the rain shadow of Mary's Peak, Sweet Earth vineyard benefits from this unique micro climate known for producing award-winning wines in Oregon's Willamette Valley. Just a mile and a half west of Monroe. Come visit, taste some fine wines and make new friends! Phil and Nancy McCullum, 24843 Kyle Road, Monroe, Oregon 97456, Phone 541-847-9013 Open Memorial Day through Labor Day, Holidays by appt. Fri/Sat 12-6, Sun 12-5
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