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ABOUT THE FARM

Sunrise Farm is a work in progress.  Like all of us, it is constantly growing and changing.  What started as a dream in the summer of 2019 is now a reality.  We have a working and growing farm and we invite  you to come grow with us...

MEET THE FARM FAMILY

Julie Sublett

Julia Sublett

Property Manager

     Born and raised in the Willamette Valley, Julia is a native Oregonian.  She left the small town of Dayton to study Psychology in WA.  After completing her BA in Behavioral Science she began traveling more, her biggest passion in life.  Her travels led her to the Caribbean where she managed a boutique hotel for a few seasons.  Coming full circle in life she returned to Oregon with her family and planted roots near her hometown in 2016.  She returned to the hospitality industry as a local event coordinator and is very excited to have the opportunity to live at the Farm and create something amazing.

Cody Daggett

Cody Daggett 

Assistant Property Manager 

  Cody is a native of Dayton.  He is proud to call this small community his home.  He wears a lot of hats at the farm.  He is incredibly talented, personable, and a free spirit who uses his abundance of energy for all the tasks that get thrown his way.  As assistant property manager, Cody really goes above and beyond to make this farm run smooth.

     Cody is pursuing a degree in Nursing Informatics with a minor in psychology.  In the meantime, he enjoys using his time making the farm ​a safe and inviting place for all who come to enjoy it.

Pete Claypool

Pete Claypool 

Property Owner 

     Charles Claypool, better known to all his friends as Pete, is one of a kind.  He is the type of person you meet and don't easily forget.  He has a ready smile and a giant heart for helping others.  Pete is a Marine.  He is loyal, hard working and dedicated to his friends who he calls "family".

As a native of West Virginia, Pete fell in love with Oregon when he was sent here for work in 2014.  He began thinking about how he could make Oregon his home.  

   Pete bought what is now Sunrise Farm in October 2019. His vision for the farm is to create a space where people can come and relax and just be.   His future plans involve forming a charity that focuses on helping Veterans and trauma survivors.  There is a lot of peace to be found on the farm and he just wants to share it with those who need it most.