Documentary shorts — unscripted — featuring farmers, artisans, and others
Clark Haass is bent on world domination, but not in the evil-overlord-bwa-ha-ha sense. He wants to bring the world to the table over a heaping plate of hash.
When Jackson, ‘The Food Dude’ Rick Woodford’s “best buddy” was diagnosed with terminal cancer, he wanted to help his friend enjoy the remaining days of his life. He had no idea where that would end up leading him…
Encouraged by friends to start their own company, their love of urban farming, and a strong sense of community, led them to open the original Naomi’s Organic Farm Supply where they set up shop for two years, but were forced to close prematurely when they lost their lease…
Ted Sobel of Brewers Union Local 180 shares his story of bringing the English public house to America. His brewery produces only cask-conditioned brews.
The pop-up restaurant, where a chef takes over a restaurant kitchen, offering a set menu to those who’d reserved a seat in advance appealed to the chef, and the farmer who worked together to make this live event possible.
Owner Lisa Mygrant describes the new Raven and Rose restaurant as “American farmhouse cooking with a nod to the British Isles.” Built inside an historic building, the kitchen and the bar would source ingredients as much as possible from local and sustainable sources.
A visit to the Monterey Abalone Company which is located under the wharf in the picturesque town of Monterey, CA.
Fill Your Pantry, an annual post-harvest event sponsored by Ten Rivers Food Web and Willamette Farm and Food Coalition seeks to establish a regional food economy that benefits Willamette Valley farmers, consumers, and the local community.