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FoFF in the News
For recent coverage of FoFF in the press, please view our ‘In the Media’ page. Below is some more historical coverage dating back a few years:
The Oregonian quoted FoFF in their article about a dairy polluting the surrounding community of Butteville in their article “Manure Smells Like Trouble …” on June 1, 2010.
The Oregonian published an editorial on April 21, 2010 by Southern Oregon farmer and ARA Delegate Ken Muller of Rogue Valley Brambles Farm that reported on the ARA Delegation meeting in February, and announced that farmers across Oregon are “looking to reclaim what should be the right of every American: to produce and consume the food we want.”
Portland Upside has published articles profiling FoFF grassroots organizer Michele Knaus on February 5, 2010, and ARA Delegate and Portland farmer Donna Smith of Your Backyard Farmer on April 5, 2010.
The Source Weekly (Bend) reported on the attempt of the Oregon Farm Bureau to paint FoFF founder and Board member Kendra Kimbirauskas as “anti-farmer” in their article “Who’s Afraid of the Family Farmer” on December 9, 2009.
Living Culture, a monthly television series that showcases food and culture in Oregon, produced a show on FoFF’s Food and Farm Forum in 2008.
FoFF’s Photo Gallery
Here are a number of photographs of our farmers, supporters, events, and more…
FoFF’s YouTube Channel
There are a number of videos here, from an ARA background video & signing, to individuals discussing their support of FoFF. Check back as new videos are uploaded. Thanks to Colin Anderson from Farm to Fork Research in Manitoba for all his great work!
- Agrarianism Reborn: On the Curious Return of the Small Family Farm, by Allan Carlson
- OSU Small Farms Programs’s e-newsletter
- In Good Tilth, Oregon Tilth’s quarterly newsletter
- The Small Farmer’s Journal: a clarion of free speech on anything pertinent to the small family farm experience.
Documentaries on Farming and Food Systems
- GROW!: the stories of new farmers
- Coming to Ground: tells the story of large scale agricultural change — and what happens when the state of Kentucky had to re-imagine its agricultural economy and culture.
- The Greenhorns Documentary the stories of new farmers around the nation