S3E4: Food, Farming and Fine Art with Karla Chambers, Co-Founder of Stahlbush Island Farms

  • Joe Matteo and Karla Chambers discuss the growth of Stahlbush Island Farms from a small family operation to a 5,000-acre leader in sustainable farming and food processing, highlighting Karla's multifaceted roles and Stahlbush's innovations in agriculture and business practices.

In the latest episode of this season, Stoel Rives Agribusiness attorney Joe Matteo is joined by Karla Chambers, co-founder of Stahlbush Island Farms. Starting in 1985 with a modest operation, Karla and her husband Bill have expanded Stahlbush into a thriving, sustainable farm and food processor in Corvallis, Oregon. Their dedication to community, sustainability, and high-quality products shines through the story of their growth from 300 to 5000 acres.

Episode four highlights include:

  • The evolution of Stahlbush Island Farms and its commitment to sustainability and food safety.
  • Karla's diverse roles as an entrepreneur, artist, and advocate for sustainable agriculture. The significance of innovation in Stahlbush’s operations, including achievements in sustainable farming practices and food processing technologies.
  • Karla's insights on the current landscape of agribusiness and advice for new entrepreneurs in the sector.

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