Let’s celebrate our bounty of local and heritage foods. Our potluck is coming right up, so its not too soon to begin planning your offering. This is your opportunity to share your creativity and passion for Oregon’s agricultural products.
Bring a dish featuring local products. You will find an enthusiastic audience for the simple, the [...]
Every day, our neighbors and friends are working to put good, clean, and fair foods on our tables. Their efforts are appreciated, but barely recognized.
Slow Food Eugene’s lecture series brings these community members from behind the counter to discuss little known facts and concerns that influence the foods that we are so fortunate to [...]
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.
“Presently, we were aware of an odour gradually coming towards us, something musky, fiery, savoury, mysterious, — a hot drowsy smell, that lulls the senses, and yet enflames them, — the truffles were coming.” William Makepeace Thackeray TICKETS NOW ON SALE! Special guests for 2014 are award winning authors Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg
This seminar will investigate the ways that food, family and folklore intersect. We will reflect on the stories behind family recipes, ethnic, regional, and holiday foods. You will share your own stories around food and learn creative ways to preserve family recipes and memories in a cookbook that will be treasured for generations. No book [...]
The Farm to School Program needs a minivan to transport our staff, volunteers, fruits and veggies, and program supplies to and from schools and farms. Do you have a minivan or similar vehicle which you would consider donating to the Farm to School Program?
We are hoping for a vehicle which is reliable and not [...]
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.
Sprout Regional Food Hub Fridays, 3pm-7pm, year round 418 A Street, downtown Springfield Accepts Oregon Trail (SNAP), WIC and Senior Coupon
Lane County Farmers Market HOLIDAY FARMERS MARKET November 23 & 24 November 30 & December 1 December 7 & 8 December 14 & 15 December 21 & 22 Saturdays 10 am – 5 pm [...]
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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: [...]