Who’s your food hero?

Who’s your food hero?

Edible Portland is looking for the best grassroots innovators for its annual Local Heroes Award contest. Vote now and then meet the winners on March 21 at a brats-and-brews celebration.

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A whole new Oregon lunch

A whole new Oregon lunch

New statewide grants are putting fresh, local produce on kids’ lunch trays.

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Blind-tasting Bingo bonanza

Blind-Tasting Bingo

A novel event series invented by Ecotrust foodies probes the senses and the bare elements of food.

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Spring issue coming soon!

Look for the Spring 2013 issue of Edible Portland magazine, on shelves soon!

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February 23: Join Fishtrap at the Natural Capital Center for a celebration of the organization’s 25 years of writing in the West. Novelist Molly Gloss and poet Kim Stafford headline the evening, with performances by spoken word artist Myrlin Hepworth and the group Never Strangers.

March 25-28: Across the United States, shorelines are getting squeezed. The third National Working Waterfronts and Waterways Symposium in Tacoma, Washington, will provide a forum for diverse users to address common dilemmas and share solutions. Ecotrust will lead a panel on the promise of community-based fisheries.

Photos from top: Courtesy Working Hands Farm, Leah Harb, Shawn Linehan (2).


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