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…
3 world champion barbecue cooks—among the best on the planet—share their cooking secrets.
A local farm supply store is faced with having to relocate due to a change in their operating lease.
The University of Oregon Food Justice conference, Keynote Roundtable: Food Justice & Farm Advocacy in the U.S., defines what food justice means to them.
We sat down with Anthony Boutard, an organic farmer, to discuss the implications of the Food Safety and Modernization Act .
This post is under construction. A new video player will be added shortly. Winter has settled in and reminisces of gardens and fields of green are only a memory. Here is a nibble of some local fields and gardens in their winter garden slumber. Planning and planting anew is just around the corner!
This post is under construction. A new video player will be added shortly. “If we have a need in society, and we have unutilized labor, land, technology— the other real resources required to address it— money alone should never be the deciding constraint.”—David Korten In part 4, David Korten concludes his talk on transforming the […]
The nation’s first comprehensive food safety legislation just barely passed the recent lameduck session of Congress.
Bethany Rydmark shares some of her thoughts about the Food Swap event she has created for local foodies at the Branch & Birdie store in southeast Portland.
This post is under construction. A new video player will be added shortly. December 6, 2010 update: The House of Representatives just approved the “Healthy, Hungry Free Kids” act that includes a provision mandating $50 million in a competitive grants program (through USDA) to fund additional local sourcing of food from community farmers, help educate […]