Tuesday, March 11, At 16 Tons Bier Cafe, 6:30 pm.
It is hard to get more local than finding a brewery that raises its own hops. We’ve found one for you.
Join us for the third installment of the 2014 Slow Food Eugene Lecture Series, featuring Ben Tilley, Owner/Brewer, Agrarian Ales, a seasonal hop farm [...]
Our Featured Speaker Is Elin England, Author Of “Further Adventures In Eating Close To Home–Beans, Grains, Nuts, And Seeds Cookbook”
This potluck and annual meeting is an opportunity to meet Slow Food members, vote on officers for next year and learn about the plans for 2014. We will also provide ways to get involved.
Are you committed to food for all that is “good, clean, and fair?” Other organizations advocate for good OR clean OR fair food policies. Only Slow Food emphasizes the interconnectedness of all three. Please consider joining with other like-minded people all over the nation and the world, by becoming a MEMBER of Slow Food USA.
When you buy Farm to School Fuji apples at participating retailers in the Eugene area including Kiva, Friendly St. Market, Sundance, Cappella, Red Barn, New Frontier and Eugene Local Foods, profits from the sale will support the Willamette Farm and Food Coalition’s Farm to School Program. For more information: click this link.
As a public service, we are listing some upcoming events we thought that you might be interested in. Listing an event is not an indication that we are sponsoring or endorsing the event.
Lane County Winter Market Saturdays 10am to 2pm 8th and Oak, Downtown Eugene
Sprout Regional Food Hub Fridays, 3pm-7pm, year round 418 A Street, downtown Springfield Accepts Oregon Trail (SNAP), WIC and Senior Coupon
The Corner Market Wednesdays, noon to 6pm, year round 295 River Road, near Chambers Street bridge
Hideaway Bakery Market Saturdays, 9am-2pm, [...]
Willamette Farm And Food Coalition Support this great organization.
Weston A. Price Foundation Potluck
What: A monthly potluck in Eugene (and other locales) to foster discussion and understanding of traditional healing foods used by long-lived and healthy societies. Based on researched gathered by Weston A Price, DDS. Who: Weston A. Price Foundation, Eugene Chapter When: [...]
By Jackie Variano, Slow Food member and Special Contributor This article is part of a series highlighting our sponsors’ contributions to the community.
Although it’s now a part of our daily digest of words, in 1982 the word “organic” didn’t hold much weight, and definitely wasn’t part of the mainstream.
Enter the Organically Grown [...]
This article is one of a series highlighting the businesses sponsoring the Slow Food Eugene Newsletter. Please support them. They help us fight for good, clean, and fair food.
Amy McCann first came to Eugene Local Foods as a customer in 2008.
“I thought it was such a great way for local people who [...]
Thank you to Koho Bistro for supporting Slow Food Eugene. Koho Bistro is located at 2101 Bailey Hill Road, Eugene. You can reach them at 541-684-8888.
We are delighted to have them as a sponsor. Koho Bistro uses fresh, locally sourced ingredients from local farmers, artisans, winemakers and brewers. Their cuisine exemplifies a seasonal, artistic, [...]