Willamette Farm & Food Coalition
Our 10th Anniversary issue of Locally Grown has hit the streets. This comprehensive guide to sourcing foods grown, raised and processed in Lane County is FREE. Locally Grown is THE resource for finding local foods!
WFFC's Farm to School Program tracked the purchases by Lane County school districts that totaled 72,687 pounds of produce grown by Lane County farms in 2012. Download the 2012 School Purchasing Report.
100% Organic cotton with WFFC's logo printed on back. Women's are brown, men's are sage green, and all are available in small, medium, large and extra large. They are available for sale at the WFFC office, the Lane County Farmers Market, and online at Eugene Local Foods under "other products."
John Brewer Spragens, Jr., 68, died at his home on February 10 of pancreatic cancer. John was a committed Willamette Farm and Food Coalition volunteer, donating his graphic design skills to the Farm to School Program, each month for over 5 years. The family, following John's wishes, suggests that those who would like to make memorial gifts contribute to the Willamette Farm and Food Coalition. Please click here to remember John with your contribution.
When you buy Farm to School Fuji apples at participating retailers in the Eugene area including Kiva, Friendly Street Market, Sundance, Capella, Red Barn, New Frontier and Eugene Local Foods, profits from the sale will support the Willamette Farm and Food Coalition's Farm to School Program! For more information visit www.organicgrown.com