Friends of Family Farmers – Promoting and Protecting Socially Responsible Farming in Oregon.

 
February 10th: Farming with Horses

February 10th: Farming with Horses

February 10th: Portland: Farming with Horses
Giddy up! Before tractors, horses did it all. Nowadays, farming with horses is considered rare in the landscape of mechanized farming. We’ll hear from a panel of famers with a range of experience and a deep appreciation for this endangered craft who are working to enable the transfer of this [...]

 
January 13th: Farm Direct Meat & Talking to Your Butcher

January 13th: Farm Direct Meat & Talking to Your Butcher

2015 marks the beginning of our 7th consecutive year of InFARMation events! We are excited to start the year off with a great panel on Tuesday, January 13th at Holocene in Portland (1001 SE Morrison). Doors open at 5:30, presentation begins at 6:30.
Are you looking for ethically raised meat options that support your local food [...]

 
December 9th: Give!Guide Celebration FoFF & Friends

December 9th: Give!Guide Celebration FoFF & Friends

Join us on Tuesday, December 9th at Holocene (1001 SE Morrison St) from 5:30- 8:30 pm for a fun and inspirational evening as we showcase several Portland based non-profits making a difference in the community through food and agriculture. These groups, along with FoFF, are part of the 2014 Willamette Week Give!Guide.
Mix and  Mingle with:

Friends [...]

 

Central Oregon is replete with farms and restaurants. Join us in Bend for a lively panel of representatives from both of these thriving sectors. Local farmers and ranchers will discuss the challenges of distribution and the blessings of direct sales. Restauranteurs will discuss sourcing locally, eating seasonally and the ups and downs of the business [...]

 
November 11th: Truffles: Treasured, Hound-Found, Inoculated

November 11th: Truffles: Treasured, Hound-Found, Inoculated

Truffles are considered to be one of the most treasured culinary delicacies in the world. Western Oregon is fortunate to boast native truffles and has ideal conditions for cultivating European varieties, some of which capture thousands of dollars per pound. Most truffles are found in the wild, often with the help of four-legged friends like [...]

 

October 14th: The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) & The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

You down with TPP? Hell no, not me!, says a diverse range of advocates from consumer groups to labor organizations. But why? Join us Tuesday October 14th from 5:30- 8:30 pm at Holocene (1001 SE Morrison St) for a discussion about the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Our hope is [...]

 
September 9th: Food Access

September 9th: Food Access

For many farmers and gardeners, September marks the most abundant month of the season. A glut of produce is in the fields, on the countertop waiting to be processed, and maybe heading to the compost pile after market or because you simply cannot eat another zucchini. Yet, plenty of folks, even your neighbors, find themselves [...]

 
August 12th: Women Warriors: Film & Panel Discussion

August 12th: Women Warriors: Film & Panel Discussion

Join us for a film screening of Terra Firma followed by a short panel discussion with Oregon veteran and rancher Mickey Clayton of Dot Ranch and filmmakers Christine Anthony and Owen Masterson!! Mickey raises Navajo-Churro sheep, heritage poultry and fiber products in Scio, OR. Read more about Mickey & Dot Ranch
Christine Anthony and Owen Masterson are [...]

 
July 8th:Oregon’s Sustainable Wine Industry

July 8th:Oregon’s Sustainable Wine Industry

Join the Conversation and Bring your Friends and Family
InFARMation (and Beer!) happens every 2nd TUESDAY of each month at Holocene (1001 SE Morrison) in Portland. Its always free, open to the public, and all ages. Doors open at 5:30, Presentation runs from 6:30-8.
July 8th: Oregon’s Sustainable Wine Industry
Hear from an [...]

 
April 8th: Bread is Agriculture

April 8th: Bread is Agriculture

Bread is one of the oldest prepared foods. It is a staple that takes on many different forms around the globe and has a significance beyond mere nutrition and sustenance. At its foundation, bread is made from grain- a union of earth, seed and farmer.
Join us on Tuesday, April 8th as we delve into [...]

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