“Eating is an agricultural act.” –Wendell Berry
Tuesday, December 8
-Doors open at 5:30
-Dancing begins at 6:30
Join us to mix and mingle, do-si-so, enjoy live music, and win some goodies in our raffle drawings.
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Upcoming InFARM topics include: Food for the Soul – Cut Flower Production; Dry-Land Farming; Farm to School; Beans, Beans the Magical Fruit, and A Conversation with Earl Blumenauer. Do you have a topic idea? Contact Erinn!
We are busy organizing InFARMs in other parts of the state. Stay tuned for more information on the winter InFARM series coming to Bend and Yamhill County. Also, we are excited to be working with folks in Eugene and Salem to host this educational event in the mid and southern Willamette Valley! More information coming soon.
Since January 2009, Friends of Family Farmers has hosted InFARMation (and Beer!) each month in Portland. We bring the issues that Oregon family farmers face onto the radar of urban consumers and the community in general. Changing monthly, the topic always focuses on the larger picture of the connection between food and farms in our state. When eaters connect with farmers, it makes our food web stronger and makes real changes in our local food system possible.
Where: Holocene, located at the corner of SE Morrison and SE 10th in Portland. Please note: Holocene does not have a street sign. They do have a fantastic sound and video system, a full bar, and serve food.
When: The second Tuesday of every month.
5:30-6:30 — Arrive, networking, enjoyment of food and beverages
6:30-8:00 — Speakers(s), Q & A
8:00-8:30 — Additional discussion, networking & enjoyment of food and beverages
InFARMation (and Beer!) is always free and open to the public, AND IT IS ALL AGES!
Want to start an InFARMation series in your neck o’ the woods? Email for more information.