All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘oregon’

  • Farming a new future

    Photo: Adelante Mujeres This week, The Oregonian ran a short article about an exciting pilot program taking off in Forest Grove. The new program – which is run by the Hispanic women’s development group Adelante Mujeres –  provides and farm land and training to Latinos […]

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  • Multnomah County Food for All!

    Photo shared under a Creative Commons license by cafemama James McWilliams, food movement skeptic and author of the new book, Just Food: Where Locavores Get it Wrong and How We Can Truly Eat Responsibly, recently took his argument to the New York Times, where he […]

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  • INGREDIENTS

    This Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, we hope that you’ll join us in the audience for the Portland premiere of Ingredients, a new film about our current food system, and how we can get back to its healthier, tastier roots. It’s a very Portland story that […]

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  • No Slow Food Without Farmland

    Guest post by Katherine Deumling, Slow Food Regional Governor for Oregon and a member of the Slow Food USA Board of Directors ________ What is at stake in this year’s critical, long-term planning for urban and rural space in our tri-county region? Yesterday, I testified […]

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