On their farm just outside of Corvallis, owners and Oregon State alumni Bill and Karla Chambers harvested their first crops in 1985. Since then, the farm has grown to include dozens of crops on nearly 5,000 acres. Committed to sustainable agriculture, the farm uses a biodigester to help to power the facility and also turns scrap food products into compost for the next season’s product. The farm sells IQF and puree products primarily to manufacturers in 25 different countries, but its products can also be found in retail outlets in 3 countries.

OSU's Terra magazine featured Stahlbush Island Farms in an article: