Welcome to the Rockford Grange


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At Rockford grange we are committed to supporting our local agriculture community and small farms. We promote our local farmers with such events as Fill Your Pantry and Crop Talks. Check out our events page for more information and these and our other events. 

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grange hall

Our historic grange building is the space that brings us together. It is a place for us to hold our meetings and share food, laughs, and stories. It also allows us to offer an affordable space for public use such as classes, weddings, quinceañeras, and other special events. For more information on our rentals click below.



The people are what makes our grange so special. We welcome people from all walks of life. You don't have to be a farmer to be a grange member. We are looking for folks who are community minded. As a member you are offered members only benefits through the National Grange Organization as well as benefits that are just for our local Rockford Grange members such as discounted venue rentals. We also offer a Junior Grange program for children ages  5-14. For more information on becoming a member click the button below.

Upcoming Events


Friday Farm Film Fest

February 16, 2018  5:30-8:30pm

$10 suggested donation

Join Rockford Grange and Gorge Grown Food Network for a showing of Watershed. Soup and Pine Street Bakery bread will be served at 5:30 and the film begins at 6:30. Community conversation will follow with knowledgeable panelists.


Watch the trailer: http://watershedmovie.com/trailer/

Executive Produced and Narrated by Robert Redford and Directed by award-winning filmmaker, Mark Decena, WATERSHED tells the story of the threats to the once-mighty Colorado River and offers solutions for the future of the American West.
As the most dammed, dibbed, and diverted river in the world struggles to support thirty million people and the peace-keeping agreement known as the Colorado River Pact reaches its limits, WATERSHED introduces hope.
Can we meet the needs of a growing population in the face of rising temperatures and lower rainfall in an already arid land? Can we find harmony amongst the competing interests of cities, agriculture, industry, recreation, wildlife, and indigenous communities with rights to the water?

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