InFARMation has returned to Portland with a focus on the benefits of responsible grazing and pasture-raised meat and dairy! Download the poster here

Pasture Raised Poultry – Tuesday, September 25, 6-9 pm –  Lagunitas Community Room at 237 NE Broadway, Portland

Pasture Raised Pork – Tuesday, October 9th, 6-9 pm – Lagunitas Community Room at 237 NE Broadway, Portland

Pasture Raised Dairy – Tuesday, November 13, 6-9 pm – Lagunitas Community Room at 237 NE Broadway, Portland

Panelists for these educational events will include farmers, chefs, processors, butchers, doctors, and policymakers. Click on the green event titles to see more about the panelists and event details.

Earlier this summer:

Pasture raised Beef – Saturday, August 11, 3-7 pm – Hosted at Our Table Cooperative in Sherwood, OR this InFARMation include a farm tour, wood fired pizza, draft beer and kombucha. The panel of experts included Jared Gardner of Nehalem River Ranch, Rich Butler of Verdant Hills Farm, Narendra Varma of Our Table Farm, Dr. Antonella Aguilera-Ruiz of Wild Lemon Health and Slow Food Portland, and Liam Pelot, owner of Dick’s Primal Burger.

Dr. Antonella Aguilera-Ruiz talks about the health benefits of pasture raised beef at our August 2018 InFARMation


Our May 2017 InFARMation panelists, from left to right: Lise Bueschen Monahan – Fraga Farmstead Creamery; Greg Drobot – Face Rock Creamery, Liz Alvis – Portland Creamery, Steve Pierson – Sar-Ben Farms and Organic Valley

InFARMation is an educational and community building event created by Friends of Family Farmers that has taken place in Portland since 2009. These events connect eaters and farmers around the most important issues impacting healthy local food systems and socially responsible agriculture in Oregon. The events are always free to attend.