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Stories For The Moons
by Harry MacCormack

Kokopelli For President
by Harry MacCormack

Sweet Sam
by Harry MacCormack

The Morning Star Sutra & The Evening Star Sutra
by Harry MacCormack

Four Stories for the Winter Solstice & The Day Christmas Became
by Harry MacCormack

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Books by Harry

A Catechism For The Children Of De-Light
by Harry MacCormack

The Transition Document: Toward a Biologically Resilient Agriculture
by Harry MacCormack
This book is the Essence of all his workshops.

Cosmic Influences on Agricultural Processes
by Harry MacCormack


  1. A Catechism for the Children of De-light
  2. The Transition Document
  3. Cosmic Influences on Agricultural Processes

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Welcome to Sunbow Farm!

If you are interested in fruits, vegetables, grains and beans click here for Nate and Yadira of Sunbow Produce at sunbowproduce@peak.org.
If you want Harry’s Cosmic Compost click here sunbow@peak.org
If you want to know about Harry’s workshops go HERE
If you want Books, water treatments and video check the menu at the left.
Emails for Harry and Cheri sunbow@peak.org

Harry MacCormack started farming at Sunbow Farm in 1972. He has always grown a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, beans and grains. To market his produce he co-founded the Corvallis Saturday Market and the Peoples Wednesday Market in Portland. For two decades he marketed in Newport and sat on that market's board. Since 2005 Harry and Cheri were farming full time all year round to provide produce for Corvallis by sending the Certified Organic produce list out on a weekly email list and 5 day a week deliveries.

As of 2015 Harry and Cheri transferred the produce business to Nate Johnson and Yadira Ruiz. We have instituted the legal documents so that Nate and Yadira can continue the Sunbow Farming Tradition for their lifetime as Sunbow Produce.

Cheri, Harry, Nate and Yadira in the
Transferring the Farm Celebration in Oct. 2014.

Harry will continue doing tractor work and providing Cosmic Compost for the community.

Harry was the Co-founder and 1st Executive Director of Oregon Tilth which was incorporated at Harry's Sunbow Farm in Corvallis, and where the publication In Good Tilth was created. Harry is currently Director of The Institute of BioWisdom which provides farming/gardening workshops, and is currently President and founding board member of Ten Rivers Food Web, a three county local food systems organizing effort. He is credited as starting the Southern Willamette Valley Bean and Grain Project. At 72 he continues to mentor the farm, consult, write, teach and speak in all kinds of venues.

In 2009 he published the 4th edition of The Transition Document : Toward A Biologically Resilient Agriculture. In 2011 Cosmic Influences On Agricultural Processes was published. He has published hundreds of articles on agricultural topics, 5 books of poetry, and has authored 6 stage plays and two movie scripts. In retirement , after serving 31 years as an instructor at OSU he has published two novels, Sweet Sam and Kokopelli for President. In June of 2013 he published Stories for the Moons, which was written in the 70's. He is currently the President of the Board of The Tilth Foundation, and he is an organizer with Benton County Community Rights Coalition working on protection of our Food System rights.

Harry and Cheri

If you live in Corvallis and want to receive the weekly produce list let Nate and Yadira know! sunbowproduce@peak.org Sunbow Produce

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Harry MacCormack-Back to the Land at Sunbow Farm

"This is the story of a man who went "back to the land". He then became instrumental in starting Oregon Tilth, which turned into the national organic standards movement. Meet Harry MacCormack at Sunbow Farm."
- Marta Van Patten

Protecting Our Seed Heritage P.1

Oregon's Southern Willamette Valley Bean and Grain Project - Erik Siverberg

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