Willamette Farm & Food Coalition
If you are interested in being in the Locally Grown guide this year, now is the time! With a distribution of 25,000 free copies, this publication is the go-to for all things local food, as well as an exceptional advertising opportunity! For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our 10th anniversary issue is more user friendly than ever. This comprehensive guide to sourcing foods grown, raised and processed in Lane County is FREE. Read more.
There is no better time to support your local farms, as many are hard at work recovering from our winter storm damage. Show some love and stock up on our seasonal bounty every Saturday, at 8th and Oak in downtown Eugene, from 10-2.
Take Root Willamette Valley magazine takes you on a trip to local farms and gardens where the freshest ingredients - fruits, vegetables, grains, meats, cheeses, and herbs - end up at your nearby farmers’ market, your family’s pantry, and the kitchens of some of your favorite restaurants.
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."
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