Shorter stories about people and their connections to sustainable food
Organic chestnut farmer, Chris Foster of Cascadia Chestnuts in Portland, Oregon shares some of his first-hand knowledge about the American chestnut tree, and its unique place in our history.
While filming a fishing story about the Yakama Nation tribe in Washington, I took this photo of grazing buffalos just as the sun was cutting across the field with a beautiful yellow glow.
It’s that time of year to get your buckets ready and go pick your own fruit and/or vegetables.
We passed a public chili cook-off to benefit the Oregon Food Bank. Ever the intrepid journalist, Rebecca decided to stop, and investigate further.
What does clean food mean to you?
The Molalla Country farm loop tour is open year round to the public, and offers a wide diversity of farms to visit, sample products, and meet the farmers.
A recent visit to Vermont turned up an unexpected visit to a local farm stand that offered passersby a selection of fine local goods.
Each year Gowans adds spirits to his bottles and gives them to friends as Christmas gifts.
A fun way of building a local food community – getting together with others for a food swap!
Dyer shares his views about sustainable meats, and the importance of local sourcing for his restaurants and butcher shop.