Monthly Archive for: ‘March, 2014’

  • Boat to School Program

    School Food That Wows

    The school lunch menu in the Bend-LaPine School District looks more like fine dining under a program that delivers local seafood to Central Oregon cafeterias. Building on the concept of Farm to School (connecting farmers to schools), Oregon is implementing an innovative concept called “Boat […]

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    A Food Ambassador Amongst Us

    This article is reprinted with permission from Nau: The Thought Kitchen, which originally appeared on March 12, 2014. It features one of Slow Food Portland’s own, Katherine Deumling, former chair of the Portland steering committee, and who now serves on the board of directors for […]

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  • zucchini blossom

    Trillions of Allies Underground

    New-to-Portland author Kristin Ohlson is doing a reading/talk about her book The Soil Will Save Us: How Scientists, Farmers and Foodies are Healing the Soil to Save the Planet at Powell’s on Burnside on March 27 at 7:30. The book introduces readers to the ancient partnership between […]

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