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alpacas frolicking in the fields of Alpacas at Marquam Hill Ranch in Molalla in Mt Hood Territory
Molly Johnson | 07/08/2019 | Animals, Podcast

The Story Behind - Alpacas At Marquam Hill Ranch

We made it to episode 10 of our new podcast, Territory Tales, and we couldn't be more excited about our guest! We met with the co-owner of Alpacas at Marquam Hill Ranch in Molalla, Jennifer Cameron, and got the full scoop on the fascinating turn of events that led her and husband Bill to drastically shift the trajectory of their family's future. 

With four kids and a life in the suburbs, they completely changed career paths and moved their family to a farm in the country where they started raising alpacas for their fiber. We got down to the details on what they did to accomplish this massive change, how they grew their business and what it took to get to where they are today.

With 80+ alpacas on the ranch, they offer tours during which you can pet the cuties and meet the crias (babies), a gift shop where you can purchase one of the many products they make using their animals' fiber and alpaca yoga classes out in the pasture with the herd.

Watch the video below or listen to the podcast under the video. And be sure to subscribe to our podcasts on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify

Molly Johnson grew up in Mt. Hood Territory and loves getting to write content inspiring others to visit her beloved home. 

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